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After a thoroughly East Coast childhood, Avery Stonich traded Boston for Boulder in 1988. Once she experienced the city locals lovingly refer to as the “People’s Republic of Boulder,” she never looked back. This outdoor enthusiast and freelance adventure and travel writer has more than 40 countries under her belt, but still thinks Boulder is among the greatest places on Earth. Here are a few of her favorite things about her hometown of choice.

Photos: Where You Went

Our jet-setting friends on Facebook never fail to impress us with their adventures near and far. Here’s a taste of the places you and your fellow gallivanters have visited lately.

Greening History in Boulder, Colorado

Q: What’s better than staying in a picturesque, historic cottage at the foot of the Rockies’ Front Range, only a stone’s throw from downtown Boulder, Colorado?  A: Staying in an environmentally friendly, picturesque, historic cottage at the foot of the Rockies’ Front Range and only a stone’s thrown from downtown Boulder, Colorado, of course! Oh, and…

IT Editor Janelle Nanos is still putting the finishing touches on her posts from her West Coast trip (more SF tips await!), but she’s getting ready to go on the road again. This time, she’s off to Colorado and looking for your suggestions for what to do this weekend. I have to admit that I’ve…