Many of our baskets are named after sites, events, people and themes that are an integral part of Colorado History. This page gives you a chance to enjoy our unique heritage.
BYOB: Colorado has more micro breweries and breweries than any other state. Home to Coors, Budweiser and numerous micro breweries.
Bachelors Gulch: Bachelors Gulch is located by Beaver Creek Colorado and is a popular ski, fishing and golf resort. It is now home to a Ritz-Carlton resort.
Trail Ridge: Rocky Mountain National Park is famous for Trail Ridge road, the highest continuous road in the US.
Gold Pan: The gold pan was used to sift gold from the rocks of the Colorado rivers. Your pan may not yield gold but can be used to make the cornbread drizzled with golden honey.
Garden of the Gods: Located in Colorado Springs, the Garden of the Gods has many naturally formed red rocks resembling "kissing camels" and other interesting formations.
Chuck Wagon: The chuck wagon was the traveling kitchen covered wagon used by pioneers, cowboys and folk going west.
Palisade: Located on the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains, Palisade is known for its vineyards and orchards.
Red Rocks: Many well known artists loved to perform at the Red Rocks outdoor amphitheater just west of Denver in the foothills. This outdoor arena, known for its acoustics, was built from the red rocks. It is included in the National Register of Historic places.
Royal Gorge: The Royal Gorge is the highest suspension bridge in the US. Gorge royally on Colorado's finest chocolates.
Marble: Marble, Colorado is a town near Aspen. Marble from this area was shipped by train to Washington D.C. for use in sculpting the Lincoln Memorial.
Baby Doe: Baby Doe Tabor was a well known Colorado figure living in Leadville on the Matchless mine property. Her husband, Horace Tabor, and she became wealthy mining silver, although she died penniless defending her now worthless mine.
Winter Park: Winter Park is a popular ski resort. Denver owns this ski area as part of their parks system.
Durango: Durango is a southwestern Colorado town known for its green chili and salsa. A steam narrow gauge train runs from Durango to Silverton.
Aspen: The town of Aspen is named for its beautiful aspen trees. Aspen has been home to many famous people including John Denver, who inspired by Colorado's beauty wrote "Rocky Mountain High" as well as many other songs referencing Colorado.
Molly Brown: Famous Coloradoan, Molly Brown survived the sinking of the Titanic and was nick named "The Unsinkable Molly Brown". Her home in Denver is open for tours and is a historic landmark.
Colorado Gold: Colorado was known as a state rich in gold. People came from all over to mine in the Colorado Mountains.
Mount Evans: One of Colorado’s fourteeners that is easily reached from Denver where is dominates the western view, Mount Evans has the highest paved road in the world. This drive is beautiful in the summer and fall, but snow can close the road during the winter and spring.
Eureka: "Eureka!" was the phrase shouted by prospectors who found gold and is also a small town in the Colorado Mountains.
Cripple Creek: Cripple Creek is a historical mining town located behind Pikes Peak in the Colorado Rocky Mountains where several gold mines were located.
Pearl Street in Boulder: This popular outdoor mall is a year round tourist attraction lined with shops, street performers and restaurants.