Al Gore

Coming home to Colorado from Virginia, I landed in Washington DC, switched planes, checked my ticket and found my seat in coach, seven rows behind first class. The men on either side of me were friendly, and we were soon engaged in conversation. They were both innovators, one in medical, the other in education. Out of habit I was pitching Edison2 and their vehicle and flipping through the latest…

An extinct gas station

2012 Roadtrip Grinnel KS gas

Taken on I-70 in Kansas at the exit for Grinnell. Shortly after events ended in Denver, I joined Edison2’s CEO, Oliver Kuttner, on a road trip to Edison2 headquarters in…

Thank You

Click this post to access links. Thanks to all who attended the event at the future home of Spaceport Colorado. 

For those who didn’t make it to Front Range Airport, you can see Edison2’s revolutionary car today, October 12, from 10am-3pm at: www.regis.edu. The vehicle will also be on display all day at the Davinci Institute’s Inventor Showcase tomorrow, October 13.

Bring your coat

Quick reminder: this isn’t the ballroom of the Hyatt. This event is in a 120 x 120 hanger, likely with the door at least 10ft open for 1/2 of the event, meaning inside temperatures could be south of 70 degrees.

Outside that door there’ll be VIP demo rides taking place on a large concrete pad on the windswept plains of Colorado. Dress for a breezy (at minimum) 50 degrees and you’ll be fine.

New maps and directions

Click on Oct 11 Map to see exactly where Front Range Airport is.

There are general directions to the Airport exit on I-70 and specific directions from there to the airport.

There are now clickable maps you can zoom in/out to figure out where the airport is in relation to E-470 and…

Oct 11 RSVP is live

RSVP is required and seating is limited. RSVP today before the event fills up, and look forward to an exciting evening at Spaceport…

October 11 Event Location and Update

 

Front Range Airport has generously offered their 120×120 Executive Hangar and facilities for the October 11 event. This is the executive hangar east of the airport terminal (blue roof just to the right)
Click on the photo or on Oct 11 map in the menu bar above for a map to the event, map link, and parking info.

Event starts at 5:00pm.
Business mixer starts at 5:00 pm, ends…

Excitement at Front Range Airport

Before an open vista of sky and plain, I walked into the terminal at Front Range Airport with Karl Dakin, local businessman and Director of the Sullivan Chair for Free Enterprise at Regis University.

With a spaceport license pending, Front Range Airport will soon become Spaceport Colorado. Larger than LAX, it has the massive acreage of a remote facility, yet it’s only minutes from t…

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