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Very cool! Sorry that I missed it.
I believe that the driver of the cement truck was found to have been drinking,and turned left in front of the bike rider (whom I knew),giving the rider little chance to stop. The rider may not have been entirely sober either;a tragedy for everyone,and a great loss to the Steamboat biking community of the time.
I can't find anything to disagree with in this letter. Very well reasoned,David.
If this was Sweden, what we call a moose would be an elk.
Guess I'll have to drink Budweiser when I'm in Craig.
Could you run that one through again? I'm sure that you had a point to make here,but I have lost it somewhere...
I like George's idea of a human cannon. Maybe we could get a whole new set of tourists here,the adventure seekers! Like everything else,sooner or later it would be turned into a competition;imagine the new world champion human cannonball would come from Cannonball Town USA.
Tatum did end up winning the title,and we should all be proud of her. (Even Scott.) Way to go Tatum!
I agree,Doug. I only knew Jack casually,but many have told me about his amazing legacy. It is a shame that the Colorado Ski Hall of Fame cannot even be bothered to mention him in recognition. He certainly deserves better.
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