Beat the Heat
By Luther
June 26, 2012
Since we have been experiencing some hot weather I thought I would blog about some ideas to beat the heat!   Hang a damp sheet in and open window to cool the incoming breezes. Keep the sun out. The US Dept of Energy says keeping the blinds and curtains closedcan cool the house by 45%. Stay Hydrated. Sip water all day. Don’t gulp it. Fill a bowl with ice and put in front of a fan. Put your sheets in the refrigerator of freezer a little while before bed then putthem on just before bed and cool off. Don&...
Heat Wave
By Luther
June 21, 2012
Well is looks like starting tomorrow and into the foerseeable future Colorado Springs will have an average temperature of about 95 deg F.  Make sure you keep yourself and your family members well hydrated and cool. The elderly are especially susceptible to the heat. The upside is we can enjoy the outdoors at the pool or keep cool in any number of ways to include turning up the AC if you have it or keeping the fans going. If you are thinking of buying a home in Colorado Springs of course you can call me and I will tour you ...
Youtube Blog is up
By Luther
November 27, 2011
Check out videos of listings on Access Real Estate Pros new video blog. Colorado Springs homes for sale videos.
Happy Thanksgiving
By Luther
November 21, 2011
Well Thankgiving is already here again. It seems like we just finished the holidays the year went so fast. This year the forecast in Colorado Springs is calling for 63 deg. Intead of winter coats we may only need a light jacket and short sleeves. Happy Thanksgiving to your and your loved ones!
Who is Colorado Springs
By Luther
November 6, 2011
By Luther Benson As I thought about blogging on Colorado Springs with it’s rich history and the many things to do and see here I began to think that maybe a more appropriate way to approach the subject was to write about the people that make our town so special. Like the little lady not even 4’ 10” tall that sells tickets to the Cog Railway that takes us to the top of Pikes Peaks, 14,110 feet above sea level, the very mountain where Katherine Lee Bates wrote the words to “America the Beautiful”. Or how about ...