Adding some wholesome freshness to your day, Le Peep offers a simple yet elegant way to enjoy breakfast and lunch. This friendly chain has spent the last 25 years building a reputation for excellence, and has compiled numerous awards all over the country. It's earned these accolades through generous servings of enticing dishes. Whether you're in the mood for crispy bacon, fluffy buttermilk pancakes, or expertly assembled benedicts, you'll find everything you need to start your day here. Service is prompt and friendly, too, so your coffee cup will have no trouble staying full. Le Peep also has one of the cutest patios in Littleton, making for great outdoor dining when the weather's nice! It's yet another nice touch that makes Le Peep one of the most adored places to eat in town.
Come celebrate our beautiful Earth this Wednesday, April 22nd at Civic Center Park. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with interactive displays touching on all aspects of environmentally friendly and sustainable practices. For more information click here.
Every day should be Earth Day! Here a few simple steps to make your life more eco-friendly:
1) Conserve water- Don't let faucets run. Never water your lawn at midday. Place a brick in old toilets. Take low flow short showers. Run the dishwasher only when it is full. Let grass grow longer. Plant native or drought-tolerant garden plants.
2) Carpool and use public transportation- One-third of all traffic is commuters. Use alternative transportation when possible. If you must drive, go slower with proper tire inflation. It saves both fuel and tires, and lowers emissions.
3) Eat less meat & support local farmers- Meat isn’t cheap, and it’s not great for the environment, either. 70% of the Amazon rainforest has been destroyed to raise cows, and meat production results in more carbon emissions than any other protein. Support local farmers- check out farmer's markets in your area.
4) Go Paperless- Switching to paperless billing lowers the odds of losing bills in the mail. Plus, many billers offer a discount for doing so because it saves them money on stamps and printing—it also cuts down on paper, which cuts down on tree deaths. You can even pay your rent online: www.windsoratmeridian.com.
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Let's help to maintain our beautiful Earth for generations to come!
Colorado is one of the most naturally beautiful and diverse states in the country, and the Chatfield State Park is a prime example of the Denver area’s wildlife and landscape. This spacious state park is located next to the foothills in southwest Denver, which provides a stunning backdrop for any of its many activities.
The park hosts 197 single-family campsites for adventurous visitors, as well as 10 group campgrounds available with a reservation. Boating is also very popular in the park, and the crystal clear lake is home to both a restaurant and marina for boaters to relax in after a day on the water. The hiking trails are ideal for a morning jog or a leisurely nature hike, and horseback riding is even permitted on some of the paths.
Chatfield State Park also holds frequent events, like birdwatching meet-ups, for guests to mix and mingle with fellow nature lovers.