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Melanie, good point. We have always been told to "take the lane", especially in traffic so you don't get clipped by cars and trucks trying to squeeze thru. At the same time pull over when convenient to let traffic pass.
Jim, good article lots of common sense. The nice thing about Steamboat is meeting people from all walks of life even if they are only here for a few days. Many folks are here in Steamboat trying to make a living and depend on tourists, in addition to our other industries, mining, oil and gas, ranching, development. These principles can be applied to all those industries. While the "TC" issue is contentious, and the crowds difficult, maybe Steamboat is finally on the path to be able to provide sustainable income for families rather than a community of retirees, trust fund babies, and hanger-ons.
Interesting comments but what is the plan of action? Scott has an interesting idea, civil disobedience. Fill the parking lots and place protesters along the road. I know if I was driving Jr. to his baseball game I would think twice about returning to a place I was not welcome.
Carly Fiorina is now an energy expert, Lord help us.
Owner distressed?, dang dog took down an Elk! Put down the dog and sue the owner. As a long time dog owner I get tired of these irresponsible folks, just glad it wasn't a kid!
Should be a great weekend!
Sounds like an internal police manner....really middle school student coming home to ask what swear words mean? What world does this kid live in? Just another case of police behaving badly.
Very nice, thank you Stetson Family
That's the beauty of a free market economy, don't like what a business supports, don't buy the product. We need to be informed on both side of the issue. Make no mistake, New Belgium makes these proclamations to sell more beer, a product that has killed more people than any of the "environmental hazards" they fight.
Scary we have guys like this living in our Town.
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