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There’s Got to Be Something Magical about This Four O’Clock Hour

Have you ever heard of Mirabilis Jalapa? No? Me either. Perhaps maybe you have heard of them by their more popular name, “Four O’Clocks?” Still no? It’s okay, but there has got to be something magical about this four o’clock hour for a South American flower to take on this moniker, and for a Breckenridge ski run (and road) to epitomize it as well. Hold on, back to the flower for a minute. These “Four O’Clocks” are aptly named this because the flowers open in the late afternoon and stay open until morning. This Marvel of Peru pretty much does the opposite of what skiers on Peak...

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Well It’s A-Blog Time…

Greetings and Salutations! I figure an introduction is appropriate for our very first bloggy post here on our very brand new website, so let's start there.  My name is Teresa Zube, but most folks around here call me Zube.   I worked at the Wedgewood Lodge for eight years from 2002 - 2010 as Group Sales and Marketing Manager before I decided to take a two-year hiatus to try my hand at being a Stay-at-Home-Mom. While I thoroughly enjoyed the two years I spent wrestling socks onto indignant small people and insisting we were going somewhere to youngins who had no intention of going ANYWHERE...

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