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Come on! In your rant, you forgot to include Benghazi, gay marriage and gun control.
I believe the intent is to spread the impact (hum, I wonder how that trail got it's name) around during the high summer season is a good one.
Except for very early in the am, there is more than a little traffic on Lower Bear (after mud season and before labor day) from out of town hikers, locals on bikes.
Kent Foster and the USFS/CSFS folks are great people, well under staffed and under compensated/appreciated.(remember 'sequestration' and the automatic cuts?).
they sound delicious.
noting the ingredients (ground beef, pork and eggs) not sure the heading of
'healthy eating::...' is appropriate.
Dana, totally agree with your comment.
(Disregarding electronic technology, SSWSC and the Werner library) Compared to when and where I grew up, SS is a recreation paradise not found in great abundance (like TX, UT and front range).
Not convinced revisiting 'the $30+M rec center issue' is a viable pathway towards ending youth boredom.
must be some once in a century solar flares or something but I agree with Fred.
thank you, Diane.
Tom, can it be placed at the site adjacent to the now restored Diamond Window Cabin by Stagecoach Lake (a few years ago by a group of volunteers that Towny Anderson headed up. thanks Towny)?
....former Staples site (on 40, fairly centrally located)?
Woohoo, Jud! thanks.
Heading into a heavy visitor summer season, it seems like having viable/additional spaces elsewhere before cutting off the riverside Yampa street spaces would be thoughtful.
On another note for visitor attraction-can the lime green roof barn next to the Meadows parking lot be restored/painted?
...is their beef going to be Yampa Valley raised or beef from Kansas?
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