• How do I find a place for my 18 year old friend that s no money, Denver CO?

    hi I have a friend that needs a place to stay in Denver,she has no money, she needs a job and needs go to the doctors and stuff like that but she needs an address, idk what to do, can u please help, she needs a place to stay asap
    hi I have a friend that needs a place to stay in Denver,she has no money, she needs a job and needs go to the doctors and stuff like that but she needs an address, idk what to do, can u please help, she needs a place to stay asap
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • So is it easy to buy Pot in denver?

    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Moving to Denver Colorado and need some help!? Sugggestions of where to live/meet people/things to do?

    Hi everyone! My fiancé and I are moving to Denver Colorado. We have never been there, but we are really excited as we do enjoy hiking and have never lived in the city yet. We live in Ohio currently. We will be living in An apartment hopefully in downtown Denver as both of our jobs will be in the city. I planned... show more
    Hi everyone! My fiancé and I are moving to Denver Colorado. We have never been there, but we are really excited as we do enjoy hiking and have never lived in the city yet. We live in Ohio currently. We will be living in An apartment hopefully in downtown Denver as both of our jobs will be in the city. I planned on getting rid of my car since it's a lease anyways and my fiancé would keep his. Is that a bad idea? I know major cities people walk every where but is that possible in Denver? What are the best neighbors/apartments to live in? What do you suggest we do to meet younger people (mid twenties)? What are the best things to do in Denver? Thank you and I appreciate all the help and suggestions.
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • How is the drive from Lincoln, Nebraska to Denver, Colorado? Is it safe? Will it be hard to breathe when arriving in Colorado? Please read?

    Hi, so I am planning on driving from Lincoln, NE to Denver, CO on Monday. I am nervous, ive never done this type of drive before. This will be my longest one way drive ever, its 490 miles roughly. The GPS says it takes 7 hours to get to the place I am staying at in Denver. Has anyone done this drive before? I would... show more
    Hi, so I am planning on driving from Lincoln, NE to Denver, CO on Monday. I am nervous, ive never done this type of drive before. This will be my longest one way drive ever, its 490 miles roughly. The GPS says it takes 7 hours to get to the place I am staying at in Denver. Has anyone done this drive before? I would like to know if its going to be hard to breathe because of the altiude, if it is safe to drive and also what advice does anyone have for my trip. Hope someone can help. Thanks.
    5 answers · 4 months ago
  • Coloradans: Are you sick of people moving here too?

    Best answer: I know you have a water problem and John Denver sure didn't help:>)
    Best answer: I know you have a water problem and John Denver sure didn't help:>)
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • Denver vs. California?

    Best answer: California Coast if you can afford it. The Colorado winters don't appeal to me. Love the West of the Front Range. Thought I left California only because I couldn't afford rent prices.
    Best answer: California Coast if you can afford it. The Colorado winters don't appeal to me. Love the West of the Front Range. Thought I left California only because I couldn't afford rent prices.
    8 answers · 6 months ago
  • Californian moving to Colorado?

    Best answer: Hate is a powerful word. Californians aren't very high on the anti-immigration list to the best of my knowledge. Where the disparaging words regarding Californians in Colorado and other western states comes from is they (Californians) are (or were) blamed for the rapid rise of home prices in the early 1990s. ... show more
    Best answer: Hate is a powerful word. Californians aren't very high on the anti-immigration list to the best of my knowledge. Where the disparaging words regarding Californians in Colorado and other western states comes from is they (Californians) are (or were) blamed for the rapid rise of home prices in the early 1990s. There was a time when some of y'all cashed in on your overvalued California homes, moved to another state and scarfed up property. A house that was really worth less than $100K all of the sudden was selling for over $200K. Folks from California moving in wasn't the cause, but you know, somebody had to be blamed for it.

    That was a long time ago though. My suggestion is change your drivers license and vehicle license plates as quickly as possible. Just avoid talking about the fact that you lived in California and nobody is likely to care. Think of it like this, you probably don't like it if your husband talks about an ex-girlfriend. California is the ex :)
    6 answers · 6 months ago
  • Places to live near Denver, CO?

    My boyfriend and I are looking to move close to Denver, or even in Denver if we find somewhere we can afford and a good neighborhood. We're looking for a place where we can access some bars, shopping, entertainment, etc. Right now we live 1hour+ away from anything other than Walmart, and everything closes up... show more
    My boyfriend and I are looking to move close to Denver, or even in Denver if we find somewhere we can afford and a good neighborhood. We're looking for a place where we can access some bars, shopping, entertainment, etc. Right now we live 1hour+ away from anything other than Walmart, and everything closes up by 10. I'm into art, crafts like woodworking, and history, and he loves tech and video games Can anyone suggest a decent neighborhood or city to live in? I guess I'm really concerned about crime rate as well. Also we'll gladly take suggestions for cities/states that are not Colorado! We're just trying to find a fun place to live away from the NY and MA area.
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • Do you consider Denver Colorado a big city?

    Best answer: 600,000? That's pretty big, then there are the suburbs!
    Best answer: 600,000? That's pretty big, then there are the suburbs!
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • Best places to take pictures at Rocky Mountain National Park?

    Best answer: PERFECT will depend on the weather. The lighting angels from the sun. You can take very good pictures from tens of thousands of locations. At many pointing in any direction will give a good picture. Take a wide angle lens and one with a zoom capability .Depending on what lenses you have to work with gives more... show more
    Best answer: PERFECT will depend on the weather. The lighting angels from the sun.
    You can take very good pictures from tens of thousands of locations. At many pointing in any direction will give a good picture.

    Take a wide angle lens and one with a zoom capability .Depending on what lenses you have to work with gives more possibilities. A glare/UV filter is also a good idea to help with your various shots.

    Alberta Falls easy to get to.
    http://www.colorado.com/articles/5-waterfall-hikes-rocky-mountain-national-park


    How far are you willing to hike? How long will you wait for the correct lighting? You probably only have a few days.

    You do what you can for the place you find yourself. When you have taken that great picture TURN AROUND often an equally good thing in the other direction you missed.

    As you approach the mountain curb your urge to take pictures it gets better .
    WANING do not just stop anywhere to take a Picture. Bear Jams is the term used by Rangers when many stop to take pictures of Animals near the road. It can be dangerous to the Animals and pedestrians.
    Stop in the designated places. More around the next corner over the next hill. You can get a Traffic ticket.

    The Park can get very busy and the herds of photographers tends to migrate to the same places. Get away from the crowds and select your spot for a picture.

    Popularity and high visitation during the summer and fall, particularly during 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. can mean full parking lots, congested roads, busy trails, and long lines and wait times at entrance stations. In 2016, during summer and early fall, park staff restricted vehicle access in the Bear Lake Road corridor and the Wild Basin area when parking areas filled and heavy congestion warranted. Staff also restricted vehicle access in the Alpine Visitor Center parking area. These restrictions occurred most weekends from late June through September. Park staff will continue to implement these restrictions in 2017.

    If your objective is mountain pictures . The park is just a small part of what is available.

    Maybe you have day for this place next door in park terms.
    https://www.fs.usda.gov/arp
    https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/specialplaces/?cid=stelprdb5150293

    The best pictures usually mean a long hike up a mountain on the other side to get far enough back to capture the view with your camera.

    USE Caution many of the mountain roads are narrow and not safe to just stop where you want. Many pullout areas to get a view picture.

    PAY ATTENTION to the road. The scenery is nice The car bumper in front of you also needs to be paid attention to.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qm7wvOYeIy0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__sy1DYQB9I

    Sorry too many places you take a picture to list them all.

    Need some place to stay try these not very expensive.

    http://www.hostels.com/colorado-state/usa
    TRAIL Ridge road is probably the best but can get very congested.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QmRYh1X7Yk

    PAY ATTENTION easy to go off the road. It is a long way down in some places.



    Your first Glimpse may get you to plan another vacation to some other mountain park. About a dozen large ones with a thousand miles of mountains to explore from Canada to the Mexico Border.

    WARNING your electronic thing might not get a signal in many places. Those beautiful mountains block the Signals.

    Avoid driving Sunrise and sunset. That is when the Deer antelope and assorted others come out to play. Hard to see and they can really mess up your car if you hit one.
    A message from others Take nothing but memories leave nothing but footprints.
    That means take your Garbage with you and leave the flowers alone.

    Enjoy your VISIT jaw dropping is normal . Just try not to drool .
    5 answers · 7 months ago
  • Where should I move in Colorado?

    I currently live over in Pittsburgh, PA and have been considering moving for some time. I started to get more settled here, but then went on a roadtrip with 2 buddies to Fort Collins and fell in love. The hiking was incredible, and we even got to go skiing one day which was tons of fun. That trip made me really... show more
    I currently live over in Pittsburgh, PA and have been considering moving for some time. I started to get more settled here, but then went on a roadtrip with 2 buddies to Fort Collins and fell in love. The hiking was incredible, and we even got to go skiing one day which was tons of fun. That trip made me really want to live in a mountain town, but left me with the question: which one is right for me? I would prefer a more affordable town, so I m a little wary about Denver or Boulder (though they are in the running). I am working on becoming certified through ACE with the goal of working as a personal trainer, but also have a bachelors in corporate finance I may use to get a job. I love hiking so some nearby incredible mountains are preferred. So reddit, what towns do you suggest in your beautiful state? Thanks!
    5 answers · 9 months ago
  • Which state/city has cheaper cost of living compared to Denver?

    Best answer: You can compare cost of living on sites like Numbeo: https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/ . Some places that are cheaper than here in Denver include: Omaha, Nebraska; Salt Lake City, Utah; Richmond, Virginia; Albuquerque, New Mexico; San Antonio, Texas ... You also need to consider the availability of jobs that... show more
    Best answer: You can compare cost of living on sites like Numbeo: https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/ . Some places that are cheaper than here in Denver include: Omaha, Nebraska; Salt Lake City, Utah; Richmond, Virginia; Albuquerque, New Mexico; San Antonio, Texas ... You also need to consider the availability of jobs that you're qualified for and pay scales.
    6 answers · 11 months ago