Rattlesnakes, Rarities and Railroads: A Hike With Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks

Rattlesnakes, Rarities and Railroads: A Hike with Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks

Rattlesnakes, rare plants, prairie dogs and water create a complex window into the cultural and geologic past of north Boulder. Travel softly into this fragile haven with geologist Sue Hirschfeld and naturalist Lynne Sullivan. Meet at North Foothills Trailhead on Hwy 36. Going north out of Boulder, turn right (east) 0.4 miles after the intersection of N. Broadway and Hwy 36 (28th St), just south of the cement factory. Take the dirt road to the parking lot on your left. Thursday Oct. 1, 2015 from 8 – 10:30 am

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I LOVE what I do! I have been in the Real Estate Industry now for over 7 years and am grateful to have found a career that I enjoy so much. I am highly organized and extremely efficient with a strong background in negotiations which always helps when in the middle of a tough transaction! I welcome all opportunities to work with you whether you are looking for your first home, looking to move to a larger home as your family grows, or looking to expand your portfolio and purchase an investment property. It is a great time for real estate in Boulder County! If you want to learn about what this market means to you and your family, just call or email. Contact me with all of your real estate needs! 

Janet Leap, GRI
RE/MAX of Boulder
Call me – 720.938.4197

Find out more details on this hike at https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/railroads

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