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Nature & Wildlife
2013 June
Pg 11- The Sunshine Express
bring focus towards the future; planning and
inspiring. Social/group settings set the stage
for earned recognition and needed collabora-
tive support.
Virgo- Success in abundance for the asking;
a very favorable environment for completion
and reward. Add balance and harmonious
energy in the personal and there¡¯s no excuse
not to smile and be grateful.
Libra- Improving physical energy and mo-
rale. Travel, or a connection to traveling, to
distant lands or new views, becomes mani-
fest. Spiritual growth and knowledge in-
creases; vistas broaden. Financials improve.
Scorpio- Physical energy may lag desire and
outside demand; give the body the rest it de-
mands. Knowledge increases from a financial
focus, and combined with increasing confi-
dence in the personal, opens up new doors.
Sagittarius- Love, romance, attraction and
passion on high. A ¡®spicy¡¯ month; stay cool
as passions spill over into the professional
sphere. Tensions could manifest so collabo-
ration is key to resolutions. When in doubt,
lean on love.
Capricorn- Professional demands keep
things active and productive; cooperative
efforts and honest negotiation bears fruit.
Good organization deters overwork. At
home, peace reigns in a loving atmosphere.
Aquarius- Love, passion and romance op-
portunities are everywhere, and you¡¯ll want
it, take it, make it. Established relationships
find new excitement and life. Confidence and
physical energy supports positive profes-
sional attitudes and growth.
Pisces- Improved financial growth; staying
prudent opens doors to future rewards. Fun,
adventure and positive bonding in personal
relations; love energy grows. Avoid toxins
and join in the laughter around you.
Aries- High energy. Excitement, activity,
much movement. Communication channels
become clearer and lead to positive ends.
Creative energy rises and increased persua-
siveness continues to produce fruit. As long
as intent sides with honor, there is much to
gain and be thankful for.
Taurus- Positive movement in intellectual
and professional spheres accelerates from
strong and balanced communication ener-
gies. Satisfaction and harmony in the per-
sonal feeds optimism and fuels increasing
courage. Happy June!
Gemini- Strong financial energy and op-
portunities. Bold, determined efforts will
secure short, and possibly long, term needed
reward. High physical and passion energies
as well. Love and romance is all around you;
have some.
Cancer- A personal environment shift-
ing into positive, more pleasant directions,
signals the beginnings of a long term posi-
tive trend in all areas. A very good time for
planning, preparation, foundation building
and dreaming.
Leo- Personal relationships welcome an at-
mosphere of calm. Professional demands
The Moon Dance
Evening planets: Mercury, Venus, and Jupi-
ter line up in evening twilight. Saturn domi-
nates high in the southern sky after dark.
Morning planets: Uranus and Neptune can
be seen with optics in early mornings.
*The Lyrids meteor shower occurs June 15/16
*The Solstice, the beginning of Summer in
the Northern Hemisphere and Winter in the
Southern, is on June 21 at 5:04 UT.
*On June 22/23, is a Perigee Moon, or ¡®Super-
moon¡¯, when the Moon reaches its closest to
Earth (at 11:09 UT on June 23) while reaching
full stage (which, in June, is just a few min-
utes later, at 11:32 UT).
Night Time Delights
Yampa Valley Bank
11am - 1pm- Pioneer Day Block Party, Tread of
Pioneers Museum
12:30pm- Independence Day Ski Jumping Ex-
travaganza, Nordic Combined competition,
Howelsen Hill
6:30pm- Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series,
Romick Arena
9pm- Fireworks Show at Howelsen Hill
The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Associa-
tion is pleased to announce the 110th Annual
Cowboys¡¯ Roundup Days July 4th Parade at
10am in Steamboat Springs. The parade theme for
2013 is Start Spangled Steamboat Summer. Entry
form deadline is Friday, June 14th. Download the
Parade Application.
Parade check-in begins at 8:15am between 5th
and 6th Streets on Yampa Avenue. At check-in a
number will be assigned that corresponds with
your place in the parade line-up. Parade line-
up will not be determined until July 1st. Please
do not call the Chamber to inquire about your
placement. All participants must be checked in by
9:30am. You do not need to stay in line the entire
time prior to the parade, but please begin to
gather in formation at 9:30am. Volunteers will be
on Yampa Avenue to assist you in lining up prior
to the parade.
from Rocky Mountain Mustang clubs will
convene in Steamboat Springs, Colorado over Fa-
ther¡¯s Day Weekend. Activities will include a sce-
nic mountain tour, auto cross, Friday night social,
Show n¡¯ Shine Car Show and awards breakfast.
Spectators are welcome at the Meadows parking
lot located at the corner of Mt. Werner Road and
Pine Grove Road for Friday¡¯s Autocross. Over 180
Ford Mustangs compete in this timed event. Sat-
urday¡¯s Show n¡¯ Shine is a car lovers dream. Over
450 Ford Mustangs are on display up and down
Lincoln Avenue for your viewing pleasure. Both
events are free and open to the public. To learn
more about the annual Mustang Roundup held
in Steamboat Springs each summer or to register
a car please visit the Rocky Mountain Mustang
Roundup web site at
Holiday Steamboat Style
110th Annual Cowboys¡¯ Roundup Days, June 29-
Jul. 4, 9a, For over 100 years Steamboat Springs,
Colorado has celebrated Independence Day in
true western fashion. This is a special holiday and
Steamboat does it right with a hometown parade
which ends in a big dance party in the street.
Events like the Pioneer Days Block Party, featur-
ing a free concert and Root Beer Floats for the
kids, are proof Steamboat¡¯s western roots are
alive and well.
Don¡¯t miss the pancake breakfast, take a float
down the Yampa River to cool off, and head over
to one of the biggest nights of the summer Pro
Rodeo Series.
After the rodeo, keep your seat and watch the sky
fill up with the beautiful colors of one of the big-
gest firework shows in Colorado.
9am - 2pm- MainStreet Farmer¡¯s Market, 6th
Street next to the courthouse
10am - 4pm- 12th Annual Art on the Mountain,
Gondola Square
7:30pm- Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series,
Romick Arena
10am - 4pm- 12th Annual Art on the Mountain,
Gondola Square
6pm- Open Water Swim Series, Bald Eagle Lake
7 - 10am- Pancake Breakfast, Little Toots Park,
Steamboat Springs Lions Club
9:30am- 7th Annual Cross Country/ Nordic Com-
bined Roller Ski Race, Lincoln Avenue
9:40am- 21st Annual Steamboat Sprint, Lincoln
Avenue, Running Series
10am- Fourth of July Parade presented by the
25th Annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup,
Jun. 13-16, 1p. More than 400 Mustang owners
Over 450 Mustangs On Display