About

We are three rubber ducks living near Denver, Colorado.  We live in separate houses with three generations of the same family.  Zebulon (Zeb) Duck was named after Zebulon Pike, the explorer and lives with a retired teacher.  Soapy Smith Duck is a rascal duck and named after Jefferson Randolph (Soapy) Smith II, an explorer, scoundrel and philanthropist.   Soapy lives with his self employed mom and dad.  Then there is JB Duck.  He lives with recent college graduates.  We have a cousin, Eider Duck that lives near Fairbanks, Alaska.  Eider is named for a large sea duck that lives and breeds in the Arctic.  We are the four Colorado Traveling Ducks.

We, ducks and humans, love to travel and love our home states of Colorado and Alaska.  Our humans have traveled to many foreign countries and all 50 states.  Zeb’s mom has visited more than 90 countries and still eager for more.  All of our humans have visited many countries and several states.    Much of the traveling was before we ducks joined the family.

We want to share our adventures and photographs with you.  Our purpose is to inspire you to visit and enjoy places, near and far.  Denver, like most cities, has many events and places that are fun and fascinating.   While traveling far is fun, we love and want to encourage you, to be a tourist in your hometown.

We ducks and humans became a family and started this blog during the summer of 2013.  Please tell us what you like and give us suggestions to make this blog more interesting, informative and entertaining.  We have fun traveling near and far and enjoy sharing our adventures and pictures with you.  We want you to have fun also!   Visit www.coloradotravelingducks.com/2013/08/30/colorado-ducks-become-our-family/ to see how we all came to be a family in Frasier, Colorado.

We love to hear from you!

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29 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Zeb, Roscoe Monty and Henry here, mom just posted a blog post about the library sale and mentioned you in it. Hope she was kind 🐶🐾📕. We can never tell with humans, they’re so strange!

  2. Such a wonderful idea for a blog! I’m a firm believer that traveling is a crucial part of lifelong learning, and this is such a creative way of sharing that knowledge. I also firmly agree with “being a tourist in your hometown”-as someone from a tiny Ohio town, I’m forever surprised at the beauty and cool things around me that I never even noticed as a kiddo.

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