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The Best Weekend Getaways For Camping near Greenwood Village

The Best Weekend Getaways For Camping near Greenwood Village

Photo by Lucas Ludwig on Unsplash   As Summer starts to wind down, there is little time left for some last-minute spontaneous camping trips! Nothing is as relaxing as laying down in your tent while gazing at the stars.    If you want to go on a trip but are unsure of where to go, we got you covered! We have compiled a list of the best weekend getaways for camping near Greenwood Village to make it easier for you to pack your bags up and hit the road. The top five getaways we have chosen are;    Golden Gate Canyon: This park offers various campgrounds and cabins along wi ... read more

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The Best All-Season Tires for Colorado Driving

The Best All-Season Tires for Colorado Driving

Photo by Colin Lloyd on Unsplash   Summer is here in full, finally. Join us as we look ahead to the importance of seasonal tires on your car, with some insight on the industry’s best all-season tires! The tires on your car are as significant as the shoes you wear on your feet. If you clog in stilettos, you're going to mangle your toes. If you never change your socks, you're going to infect your feet and become ill. The rest of your body depends on wearing sensible shoes.   Shoes and tires are similar in that depending on the shoe we wear, the higher performance and safety our bodies will get out of them. The same way we invest in shoes, we all should be doing the same for our tir ... read more

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Daytripping in Greenwood Village

Daytripping in Greenwood Village

Photo by Alisha Hieb on Unsplash Welcome to May! Do you find yourself in need of a break? Spring is upon us, and it might be time to get out of the house. But with the weather a bit unpredictable, it might be good to find something we can do out of the house, but indoors.    We’ve gone through a list of things to do in Greenwood and picked out four indoor favorites and the obvious outdoor adventure for you to consider. Please take a look at our guide to Daytripping in Colorado!   Are you ready to go back into a movie theatre again? If so, The Landmark needs your support! They’re offering a selection of great film experiences-- not the usual mo ... read more

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Hybrids, Self-driving, and the Future of the Family Automobile

Hybrids, Self-driving, and the Future of the Family Automobile

Welcome to the March blog! Today we’ve got the future of cars on our minds. As technology develops and transforms industry, it’s amazing to think that the way we approach driving and automobiles may completely change.    Just a few weeks ago, we heard that Volkswagen is getting into the aircraft business, but thinking about small personal vehicles instead of commercial airliners or helicopters. That seems a bit far-off now, especially with aircraft still being so dependent on fossil fuels to be of use. Not to mention the impracticality of people flying around metro areas!   The practicality of the implementation of new technology is dependent on setting. Some are the ideas in future cars are just theory now, but some are already being implemented into cars. While we’re still off from self-driving vehicles, they are not too far from city streets. Self-driving cars may be a difficult sell on mountain roads, especially in rural mountain areas where a misse ... read more

Bringing the Romance (With a Pandemic On)

Bringing the Romance (With a Pandemic On)

Photo by Satya Tiwari on Pixabay   It’s a shame, but this might be one of the least enthusiastic Valentine’s Days on record, with the pandemic and so much in turmoil right now. The most common advice for how to proceed is to stay at home. But there isn’t much advice about what to do to keep spirits up when we’ve spent so long cooped up together that we have started to lose sight of each other.   It’s easy to become complacent in a situation like a pandemic. Some rules structure what you can and can’t do, restrictions on things you might ordinarily do, and cautions and flags all through something as simple as a shopping trip.   But please remember that it is vitally important to keep some semblance of an occasion such as St. Valentine’s Day going. It’s a gauge by which couples measure the interest their ... read more

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Making 2021 A Better Year For You & Your Family

Making 2021 A Better Year For You & Your Family

By almost every account, 2020 was a pretty bad year. There were ups and downs, valleys and peaks, but COVID-19 damaged families all over the planet, and forever changed businesses and travel in North America.    If that wasn’t bad enough, threats of murder hornets and actual encroaching wildfires turned this into a year of constant crises, and we are so glad to finally see it go, so that we can start looking forward to a new year. There’s a vaccine being mass produced and that gives us hope that very soon, we can come together as a community again, safely and without guilt.   2021 has plenty of it’s own issues waiting in the wings. We’re on the brink of recession. We don’t know if the pandemic is truly over yet. There’s unrest everywhere, and anger over what the pandemic has cost us in our families and in our communities.    But the negatives are only a small part of the picture of what could possibly be in store for us in th ... read more

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What Is “Concierge Service” & How It Makes A Difference To YOU!

What Is “Concierge Service” & How It Makes A Difference To YOU!

Life can be hectic. As we approach the holidays, it’s even harder to get the simplest things done. It would be so much better, for instance, if refuse service workers moved gently and quietly into your neighborhood, collecting your garbage not from the curb but where you store your bins, and sanitized the bins before they left.    That’s a level of service we are told is impossible, but it's only impossible because government regulation of sanitation services prevents a higher level of service for those willing to pay a premium. Which is too bad, because I imagine there’s a market out there for people who would prefer to pay a bit more to not have to handle waste in their busy daily lives and bring it to the curb on time.   Sometimes, it’s not convenient to bring your vehicle in. You would have to budget time to wait if there’s a line, and the time necessary to place your order with a shop. And then to arrange a rental car or a loaner ca ... read more

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Gratitude For Our Cars

Gratitude For Our Cars

It’s November, and this year is almost at a close. In a month, most of us will sit down to the traditional Thanksgiving roast turkey feast. Will rub shoulders with family we haven’t seen all summer, watching football and films, and making plans for Christmas together. Some of our most vulnerable family will have to miss it this year, making it for many people, the first Thanksgiving in memory they’ve not been able to have some family near. In just eight more days, it will have been only 400 years since European pilgrims on board the Mayflower first looked across th horizon at the shores of Cape Cod. To mark the moment in thanks to God for getting them through an awful 65-day nightmare of rough seas and the ship being tossed about that included a damaged mast halfway across the Atlantic ocean,  they read out Psalm 100 in unison.  Thanksgiving is a time of reconciliation and of forgiveness in our families, and a time to reflect on the graces we have been sho ... read more

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Getting Ready for Fall and Winter in Colorado

Getting Ready for Fall and Winter in Colorado

Getting ready for fall and winter in Colorado is no joke especially if you enjoy winter sports and recreation. With fall almost upon us, and winter close behind, getting your car ready with some cold weather preparation is imperative! Getting ahead and prepping your vehicle will make a world of difference once winter fully hits, so check out the tips below and get your car ready for fall and winter in beautiful Colorado!   First things first, you’ll want to give your car a good wash, inside and out. Get in there and scrape all the little bugs and bits of debris off your windshield and everywhere else off your car to prep it for waxing. And while you’re at it, a thorough cleaning out and detailing of your interior is probably a good idea at this step.    Next, it’s time to wax your car. Before the snow hits and the roads are still free of salt and sand, now is the time to prep and protect your car’s paint from all the things it’ll come up aga ... read more

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What a Difference It Makes to Have ASE Master-Certified Mechanics on Your Side!

What a Difference It Makes to Have ASE Master-Certified Mechanics on Your Side!

Has your local Mercedes or Volkswagen dealership closed down due to COVID? Are your regular auto repair choices getting limited? If the answer is yes, have no fear. The Antero Automotive team is here, and we are fully-staffed and ready to assist you with all of your automotive service and repair needs. But we understand what you may be going through. Finding a qualified auto mechanic isn’t always easy, especially when there are so many auto repair shops out there. Luckily, there’s a way for you to distinguish between a generally competent auto mechanic and one who isn’t by asking about their certifications. ASE-certified is the gold standard, standing for Automotive Service Excellence. An ASE certification tells the world that their auto mechanic has the individual technical skills that will get the job done. And an ASE Master-Certification is a step above that! Keep reading to find out why having an ASE Master-Certified mechanic is so rewarding. While an ASE-certif ... read more

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