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  1. Shake Off That Cabin Fever Through Ice Fishing

    Ice fishing is one of those wintry adventures that might be the perfect way to shake off cabin fever and get outdoors.

    Ice fishing season is from December to late February when the ice is the most solid. It is important to note that fishers must use extra caution on lakes under 8,000 feet in elevation. The thickness of the ice is of utmost importance. You don’t want to be skating on thin ice in the middle of your trip or use your life jacket.

    And for those looking for winter activities, it’s hard to beat the quiet landscapes, breathtaking scenery and tranquility of the wilderness that surround the lakes.

    And, if you have a family, ice fishing provides some fresh air and creates fond memories with a sense of adventure.

    Before you head out in the frigid temperatures for this cold-weather adventure, there are a few things to bring on the trip.

    What to bring:

  2. Things To Do For Summer Fun & Safety

    Things To Do For Summer Fun & Safety

    1)  Hydrate- drink lots of water to keep your body functioning well in the high heat. 

    2) Use sunscreen to prevent sun burns and damage to your skin - Grab a bottle of No-Ad or Bull Frog suns

  3. Vintage Tradition Tallow Balm | Testimonials

    Meet Vintage Tradition

    Our new local brand of tallow balms to take care of every skin issue under the sun. Shop all of the available options HERE


    Some Basic Facts


    Vintage Tradition is a family owned, all natural, skin care company in Colorado Springs and we hand craft all of our products and work with our local farmers.

    Our Tallow Balm has only three whole-food ingredients, all selected from the finest sources to ensure its superior therapeutic quality. They are chemical-free and GMO free with nothing unnatural. The balms absorb immediately into the skin without any greasy feeling, just soft smooth skin.


    Tallow has the same molecular structure as our skin cells and is uniquely compatible with the natural biology of our cells.  Tallow fat