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Re: steamboat springs?

Skied, window shopped, and visited with daughter, son-in-law, and grandbaby who came up from TX. Friends from Denver came out too. We lucked out on snow - got there after a foot and a half fell! The aspen in town were in flower - had never realized they have fuzzy catkins.
On Sunday, February 27, 2005, at 11:03 PM, pdickson wrote:

We loved Steamboat Springs at Christmas! What all did you do? We are heading up to Breckinridge for Spring break in a couple of weeks. I always hate to leave at this time of year. I moved some more of my old nandina's and a couple of grasses. I am going to take down a fence in hopes that we can get a new garage built this year. I have 2 more huge nandina's and a couple more grasses plus tons of rudbeckia and cone flower with fennel in between that will need to find new homes.
I have to find new places to plant tomatoes this year too.
Too much to do!
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