Mudrunning could elevate a shoulder season

Essay by Ed Quillen Mountain Life – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine Among my many duties for Colorado Central, I sell ads. For those of us who went to journalism school in the early 1970s with the idea of becoming the next Woodward and Bernstein, selling ads is a dreadful betrayal of our youthful […]

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Mind Tryst, by Robyn Carr

Review by Ed Quillen Fiction – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine – No. 2 – Page 28 Mind Tryst by Robyn Carr Published in 1993 by St. Martin’s Paperbacks ISBN: 0-312-92932-3

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Colorado Rockhounding, by Stephen M. Voynick

Review by Ed Quillen Geology – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine Colorado Rockhounding – A Guide to Minerals, Gemstones, and Fossils by Stephen M. Voynlek Published in 1994 by Mountain Press Publishing Co. P.O. Box 2399, Missoula MT 59806 ISBN: 0-87842-292-7

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Little Town Blues, by Raye C. Ringholz

Review by Ed Quillen Growth – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine Little Town Blues: Voices from the Changing West by Raye C. Ringholz, photos by K.C. Muscolino Published in 1992 by Gibbs-Smith Publishing Peregrine Smith Books, P.O. Box 667, Layton UT 84041 ISBN: 0-87905-447-6

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Briefs from Central Colorado for April 1994

Brief by Central Staff Around Central Colorado – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine A real race looms BUENA VISTA — Curtis Imrie, resident philosopher, burro racer, and film producer, will run as a Democrat for the Colorado House of Representatives seat currently occupied by long-term incumbent Ken Chlouber. Chlouber, the founder of the Leadville […]

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How Colorado controls the climate

Essay by Steve Voynick Ski industry – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine One of mankind’s greatest dreams — controlling the weather — is coming true in Colorado. From November to April, our mountain weather is yielding to the power of man.

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Building to live with wildlife

Sidebar by Martha Quillen Wildlife – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine Some of the biggest fiascoes in America in the last few years have been directly attributable to poor zoning, planning and, building. California wild fires. Mudslides. Homes on faults. Homes built on mudslides next to faults. Homes built on flood plains. Florida homes […]

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The Return of the Natives

Article by Martha Quillen Wildlife – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine They’re on the football held, at the tennis court, strolling down the street, and hanging out at the courthouse.

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The Sublime Rite of Spring

Essay by Hal Walter Mountain Life – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine Folks who have lived in Central Colorado for a while have undoubtedly noticed that much of the snow that falls here doesn’t actually melt. It just sort of goes away.

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One world is enough

Letter from Frank J. Ruvo Growth – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine Nearly 16 years ago, my wife, Sandy, and I moved from Fort Collins and purchased 20 acres about seven miles outside of Guffey. At the time, there were perhaps 12 people living in the town.

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Not exploited — yet

Letter from William I. Jack Development – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine – No. 2 – Page 5 We bought a 160-acre ranch near Westcliffe a couple of years ago, mainly because it is a beautiful area that has not been exploited. We are currently farming it from a distance with the great help […]

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Wishing you limited success

Letter from Allen F. Chew Growth – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine I’m a member of an endangered species — an open-minded and at least semi-literate resident of El Paso County — and I need all the moral support I can grasp.

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Answers to some of your questions

Essay by Ed Quillen April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine Maybe we aren’t a real magazine. Already we’re at the second issue, and we haven’t run a word about Lorena Bobbitt or Tonya Harding. So we’ll try to hold your interest by answering some of the questions we’ve been asked. In publishing, there’s a theory […]

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Just remodel a mountain

Letter from Charlie Spielman Crestone Pyramid – April 1994 – Colorado Central Magazine I read with great interest and enjoyment your premiere issue. I was especially fascinated by the article on Crestone by Martha. When I was a boy growing up in the San Luis Valley in the l940s, our family would make the trek […]

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