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Jack’s Place fundraiser brings out hundreds Organizers want to make successful ‘Hike, Wine & Dine’ event an annual gathering By Beth Potter Mountaineer Staff Writer About a year ago, Breckenridge firefighter T.J. Johnson had a seizure while he was playing softball. With a trip to the doctor, the 40-year-old found out the terrible truth — he had brain cancer. Surgery that opened up his skull left him temporary paralyzed on the left side of his body for more than a month as he battled with the disease. But in an ironic piece of good news, when Johnson started doing chemotherapy at the Shaw Center’s “Jack’s Place” as a follow-up to the surgery, the seizures stopped. Doctors had predicted that the chemotherapy might irritate the brain and cause more seizures, Johnson said. Instead, he hopes the fact that the seizures have stopped means that he has beaten the cancer. Johnson won’t find out the answer to that question for six more weeks or so, when doctors have scheduled an MRI test for him. But Johnson does know that he’s feeling pretty good at the moment. And at 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday, he has a celebration planned. That’s the end time of his last scheduled chemotherapy treatment at the Shaw Cancer Center in Edwards. “Considering the bad thing that happened to me, medically, everything else has been positive,” said Johnson. A long, surgical scar Johnson and four of his close friends were five of the 100 or so participants to do the first ever Hike, Wine & Dine for Jack’s Place, a non-profit, 12-bedroom facility for cancer patients to stay after treatment in Edwards. The facility has an operating budget of about $200,000 per year. He leans over to show off the long scar on his shaved head from the surgery, then looks around at the clear, blue sky, the yellow aspens, and shakes his head slightly. “I was going to make a donation anyway, so this couldn’t have worked out better for me,” Johnson said. “Some of my best friends came out to support me.” Just knowing that Jack’s Place is available makes Shaw Cancer patients feel better, Johnson said. While the facility asks for a suggested donation of $25 per night, patients can pay whatever they please, or nothing at all. Seven patients are at the facility this week. “You know you’re going to get sick and get tired, so just knowing there’s a place you can stay here …,” Johnson said about Jack’s Place. “I can’t say enough about how relieved I am that it’s there.” Hiking and eating, eating and hiking Participants hiked and ate their way across the lower reaches of Beaver Creek on Saturday to raise money. Jack’s Place is named after Jack Eck, Vail’s first doctor, who participated in the event. “He always gets the job done,” said Kathleen Eck, Jack’s husband. Eck said he had a lot of help from other organizers, though. “All of these ladies get it done,” Eck said, nodding toward organizers talking to each other on the lawn. “I just stay out of the way.” Organizers decided to do something outdoors after supporter Lynn Gottlieb read a blog about a similar, but more informal, event in France in which hikers drank wine as well. Gottlieb talked to Tony O’Rourke, who runs the resort, to get approval for the event, and pretty soon six Beaver Creek restaurants were on board as well. “We didn’t think Americans would go for wine at every stop, so we put it at the end,” Gottlieb said. “We’re just delighted at the turnout.” Jackie Anthony raved about the fundraiser’s hiking theme. Her friend Abby Dixon agreed. “I never go to cocktail parties anymore, and my daughter is a volunteer at Jack’s Place, so this is great,” Dixon said. Sponsors included Beaver Creek Resort Co., Millenium Bank, Gottlieb and her husband John, Suzy and Jim Donohue, Lisa and Dave Pease and Doris and John Kirchner, Spago, The Osprey, Grouse Mountain Grill, The Dusty Boot, Beaver Creek Chophouse and Rimini.

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are made first with patient care and safety in mind. “We are working with two local providers in the area who will take over VVMC’s home health care. Alpine, based in Glenwood Springs, and Bristlecone, based in Summit County, will encompass virtually all of our patients who need care upon the transition. Both organizations stand ready for all new patients in the area that VVMC formerly served. The majority of VVMC staff have found work, either through these agencies, internally at VVMC or elsewhere. Our goal is to make the transition for patients and staff as considerate and caring as possible. Howard Head Sports Medicine will also be utilized for physical therapy patients,” Kirchner added. VVMC’s Hospice program, long associated with the Home Health Care service, will continue operation under the direction of Joe Deuschle, vice president of the Shaw Regional Cancer Center. “A coordinated hospice program is going to continue for our patients and their families. We are committed to creating a program that will meet and exceed the expectations of our community,” Deuschle said.

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Although we’ve had our first round of cold weather and some snow, we normally hit some warmer temperatures into October. Yesterday was quite nice. For wildseeding that includes plants that you don’t want to germinate until spring, hold off until it before the ground gets covered with snow for the season. As much of the valley doesn’t stay snowcovered, wait until it’s cold enough to prevent premature germination. Michael We’ve talked about color before, Gallagher and without saying too much again, pay attention to what colors you are combining. Simple, compatible color themes are easy, and avoid the “confetti” effect of many flower mixes. It is easy to pick just a handful of individual varieties and have a good-looking wildflower planting. Penstemons are a component of our native landscape, and are a good foundation plant for the main part of the growing season. Our native Penstemon strictus, along with P. barbatus (species, not named hybrid) and P. eatonii make a good component for a native seeding. Other blue and purple penstemons are also readily available, and do even more justice to a wildseeding. Ratibidas (R. columnifera) are a good, although less local choice, as it is easy to grow, long flowering, and really cute. Mexican Hat is the reddish type, and the other main color available is yellow. Again, be aware of color. Yellow is a strong color, and works with some schemes and not with others. Red Mexican hat is a choice tone, and it works well with other wildflower colors. It looks unusually good with Burgundy Gaillardia. While most gaillardias have a lot of yellow in them, changing the theme, Burgundy again has the effect of its main color. Any gaillardias are a good wildflower choice as they tolerate heat, drought, and poor soil. While columbines have somewhat of a shade and moisture reputation, this is not the case for some types. Some columbines are native to drier areas, some sunnier, and others favor shade. If you have some shade to seed, our local Western Red Columbine is a worthy choice. Of course, many columbines tolerate part shade, so it is an ideal genus to play with. Columbine mixes offer opportunity because the different individuals will have their inherited preference going for them. I have seen certain “mixed columbines” tolerate some hotter, drier conditions, albeit not at lower elevations, and they flower for a long season. Campanula rotundifolia (Scottish Harebells) is

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Mitch Walker, front, dug altitude hard in Summit County Saturday to nail a fifth-place finish at the 9100 Foot Cross-Country Invitational in Frisco.

Frisco Nordic Center (Frisco Peninsula), and snowcovered peaks in the distance made the event not only ideal for the runners, but for the loyal fans of cross country. It only added to number of families and dogs that love to watch “a suffer sport”, as one parent put it. Another temporary loss of oxygen after the race had nothing to do with the altitude when there was a computer score snafu. A tired Battle Mountain team left before the award announcement, with a manual count of second overall, but mistakenly got announced as first as the Palmer team looked a little stunned at the announcement. The only Battle Mountain parent, who was the default plaque recipient, happened to know that didn’t sound right and headed for the awards presenter, along with the Palmer Coach. A check of the scores showed that the software sorted the teams wrong from an entry typo, and Palmer High’s score totaled wrong. But by that time, the Huskies were already on the bus back home, feeling good after their impressive, earlyseason showing.

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The U.S. and its five partners trying to stop Iran’s suspected nuclear weapons program plan to tell Tehran in a key meeting on Thursday that it must provide “unfettered access” to its previously secret Qom enrichment facility within weeks, a senior administration official said. The U.S., Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia also will present in the Oct. 1 meeting in Geneva a so-called transparency package covering all of Iran’s nuclear activities across the country, the official said. The official spoke on condition of anonymity in order to discuss plans that are not yet ready to be announced. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the plant— which Iranian officials say was reported to nuclear authorities as required — would not be operational for 18 months. But he sidestepped a question about whether Iran had sufficient uranium to manufacture a nuclear weapon.

Communication breakdown

A brief lapse in translation during Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly Wednesday was due to a meltdown by his personal translator, the New York Post reports. “I just can’t take it any more,” Ghadafi’s interpreter shouted into the live microphone – in Arabic during the Libyan dictator’s one and a half hour rant. U.N.’s Arabic section chief, Rasha Ajalyaqeen, took over and translated the final 20 minutes of the speech. Ghadafi brought his own interpreters from Tripoli for the speech rather than use one of the 25 Arabic translators supplied by the United Nations, staff interpreters told the Post.

America’s deadliest bachelor?

A self-proclaimed preacher who was on the TV beauty pageant “The Sexiest Bachelor in America” will be arraigned next week for allegedly torturing and murdering his girlfriend, an ex-adult movie actress.

Prosecutors said Brian Lee Randone, 45, beat and choked Felicia Lee during a domestic dispute at their apartment in the foothill community of Monrovia, northeast of Los Angeles. He then dialed 911 to report she was unconscious, investigators said. In 2000, Randone appeared on the Fox special “The Sexiest Bachelor in America.” He vied with contestants from other states but did not win. Lee, who was born in Singapore, had parts in the movies “Rush Hour 2” and “The Fast and the Furious” and had done some modeling for the Playboy television channel, according to her Web site, which she shut down last year.

Glory Days of senior Springstein celebrated

Scholars from around the world are dissecting the Springsteen legend this weekend in New Jersey. “Glory Days: A Bruce Springsteen Symposium” continues through Sunday at Monmouth University. The no-holds-barred intellectual romp, coinciding with Springsteen’s 60th birthday, was organized by Virginia Tech and Penn State Altoona. Educators spent Friday night singing, hollering and chanting a curse phrase at the impish urging of rock pioneer Gary U.S. Bonds, whose performance brought the house down. Springsteen resurrected Bonds’ career in the ‘80s by writing his comeback hit, “This Little Girl.” The symposium, also held in 2005, is the brainchild of 52-show veteran Dr. Mark Bernhard, director of continuing and professional education at Virginia Tech.

Germany’s Oktoberfest threatened

German authorities banned all flights over Munich’s annual Oktoberfest beer festival on Saturday after a series of Islamic terror threats targeted Germany for its role in Afghanistan. Some 6 million visitors a year pack the massive tents that dot Munich’s sprawling 77-acre (31-hectare)

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galize marijuana. He said Thursday that cable networks that broadcast “Family Guy” would be fined by Venezuela’s telecommunications regulator if they refuse to dump the program. The government of President Hugo Chavez is preparing to impose new regulations on cable television. Among other rules, cable providers could be forced to carry Chavez’s frequent speeches.

Simpsons gets new voice

Seth Rogen has fulfilled a dream, and he’s not talking about starring in the box-office hit “Knocked Up” or playing a superhero in the upcoming “The Green Hornet.” Rogen co-wrote an episode of “The Simpsons” and lends his voice to a character in the episode that airs 8 p.m. EDT Sunday, kicking off the Fox show’s 21st season. He’s only the second visiting celebrity to both write and act, following in the 2006 footsteps of Ricky Gervais. “As a writer, it always just seemed like the Holy Grail,” Rogen said of the animated series. “I can die a happy man now.”

That’s not so sweet

The animated cast of the “Family Guy” is shown in this undated publicity photo. Show clockwise from left are Chris Griffin, Peter Griffin, Stewie Griffin, Lois Griffin, Meg Griffin and Brian, the family dog. They’re all banned in Venezuela, even Brian. AP Photo.

Citgo guy not a family guy

Venezuelan authorities plan to impose fines on cable television companies that refuse to stop airing the animated television series “Family Guy.” Justice Minister Tareck El Aissami says the program should be pulled from the airwaves because it promotes the use of marijuana. El Aissami was outraged by a recent episode in which the show’s characters started a campaign to le-

A decision by a federal judge to overturn federal approval of a variety of genetically engineered sugar beets could have a big impact on the Red River Valley of eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. The “Roundup Ready” sugar beets engineered by Monsanto Co. to resist a weed killer produced by the agricultural giant were approved for use by Red River Valley beet co-ops in 2008, and nearly all of the region’s beets now have the trait. Sugar beet crops grown in the U.S. account for 58.8 percent of the nation’s sugar output, according to the USDA. U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White ruled that the federal Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service violated environmental law by failing to take a “hard look” at whether the Roundup Ready beets would eventually share their genes with other crops.

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A two-shot lead going into the final round of the season ender, a final pairing with Tiger Woods, his entire family in town, and a chance to capture the Tour Championship, and the possibility of a $10 million bonus for winning the FedEx Cup ... Sunday is an important day for Kenny Perry. Perry birdied the opening four holes — all on putts inside 8 feet—to quickly catch up to the second round leader Tiger Woods, then kept bogeys off his card the rest of the way for a 6-under 64. “Four birdies in a row puts you in a good mood is all I can say,” said Perry, who was at 8-under 202. “That set the tone for the day.” Woods had a 12-foot birdie putt on the first hole that slid by the cup, and that set the tone for his day. He missed a half-dozen chances from 15 feet or under, yet his only significant birdies came on putts of 20 and 55 feet. The other was a two-putt on a par 5. He wound up with a 69, his eighth consecutive round in the 60s during the FedEx Cup playoffs, yet this one cost him the lead. Perry has 14 career victories, yet only two of them has come with Woods in the field. Even with a two-shot lead, he is approaching Sunday as though he has nothing to lose. He even playfully challenged the world’s No. 1 player. “Here I am at 49, I’m still trying to beat him,” Perry said. “I have fun with it. He’d better bring his ‘A’ game is all I’ve got to say.” For Perry to win the FedEx Cup, he would need a victory Sunday and for Woods to finish in a three-way tie for third or worse. That remains a possibility, given the players stacked up behind them. Phil Mickelson continued to ooze confidence with his putter and shot a 4-under 66, suddenly believing he can make any putt whether it’s from 4 feet or 40 feet. He was at 4-under 206 along with Sean O’Hair (70), who was tied with Woods until pulling a tee shot into the water on the 17th to make double bogey. Padraig Harrington, playing with Woods for the ninth time this year, stopping making birdies to offset his mistakes and shot a 71, leaving him at 207 with Steve Marino (67). Steve Stricker, the No. 2 seed in the FedEx Cup standings behind Woods, got back into the picture, no matter how blurry, with a 66 and was six shots out of the lead. All Woods is trying to do is lift the trophy, although he would like both trophies—the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup—that have been stationed on the first tee all week. There’s a chance Perry can hoist one (Tour Championship) and Woods the other. “I’d much rather just win the tournament, and the FedEx Cup will take care of itself,” Woods said. “As of right now, I’m two back and have an opportunity to win the tournament. And that’s what I’m going to focus on tomorrow.”

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Tatiana Guderzo wins women’s road cycling championships 25-year-old Tatiana Guderzo of Italy escaped the leading group early in the last of nine laps and crossed the finish line 19 seconds ahead of Marianne Vos of the Netherlands to capture the women’s road cycling championships. American Kristin Armstrong, the 36-yearold Olympic time trial champion who won the time trial Wednesday, finished fourth in her final race before retirement. Guderzo timed 3 hours, 33 minutes, 25 seconds on the 77.2-mile course. She won bronze in the road race at last year’s Beijing Olympics. The race proved a tactical triumph for the six-strong Italian team, which rode aggressively throughout on a cool, overcast day. Cantele, silver medalist in the time trial, attacked with three laps left but was hauled in by a lead group of 34 riders. The pack was down to 17 for the final lap when Guderzo made her move on the steep climb to Castel San Pietro. Guderzo was joined by Armstrong, Cantele and Vos but surged again and was never in danger of being caught, adding gold to the worlds silver she won in 2004 at Verona, Italy. The 22-year-old Vos won silver for the third straight year after being world champion on her debut in 2006. Cantele crossed the line a bike length ahead of Armstrong. RIGHT: Italy’s Tatiana Guderzo leads Marianne Vos of the Netherlands on her way to take the gold medal in the Women’s race, at the UCI road cycling World Championships in Mendrisio, Switzerland on Saturday. AP Photo.

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“Ecumenical Weekend of Renewal” Dates September 25 – 27, 2009 begins at

Vail Interfaith Chapel Friday Evening 7– 10pm This is the 30th anniversary gathering for Healing Prayer Ministry, song & praise, and teaching. This Year’s Team Consists of: Sr. Jeanne Hill, OP, Judith MacNutt Fr. Russ Parker, Episcopal Priest First session will be held at Vail Interfaith Chapel Friday evening 7pm – 10pm. Located on 19 Vail Rd. Remaining sessions will be held at the Holiday Inn.

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ATHLETIC STUFF

Tim Tebow ill, gets hospitalized after hit Florida Gator quarterback could have swine flu By Dean Blazier www.thegreenblazer.blogspot.com On Friday ESPN reported “Tim Tebow’s illness is not being called the flu and Florida officials were optimistic he would take the field Saturday night.” Take the field he did, but he only made it to the third quarter after a hit left him laying motionless on the ground.  The Florida Gators’ quarterback was taken to the hospital by ambulance after taking a shot to the head while being sacked in the third quarter of the No. 1 Gators’ game against Kentucky on Saturday night. Tebow was sacked by Wildcats defensive end Taylor Wyndham, who hit him squarely in the chest. As Tebow fell to the ground, the back of his head hit Gators tackle Marcus Gilbert’s knee. He was then helped to the Florida sideline by trainers and coaches, where his parents came down from the stands to join him. At one point, the entire Florida team was on the field to check on their star quarterback. As he was being taken away on a motorized cart, Tebow

appeared to vomit in a bag. Florida officials are not calling Tebow’s flu-like symptoms swine flu, but are referring to it as a respiratory illness. Ironically, the World Health Orgainization defines swine flu as “a respitory illness that causes symptoms similar to those of the regular human seasonal flu.” Tebow’s “respiratory illness” was contracted at a school which has seen a massive Swine Flu outbreak in the past month. The Gainesville Sun noted that 97 percent of cases involving flu-like symptoms at UF have been confirmed H1N1. Florida beat Kentucky 41-7. The Gators have an open date next week before facing No. 7 LSU on Oct. 10 in Baton Rouge. RIGHT: Teammates look over Florida quarterback Tim Tebow after he was sacked during the second half of their NCAA college football game against Kentucky Saturday night. Tebow almost didn’t start after reports that he is suffering from a respiratory illness that could be H1N1. AP Photo.

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Josiah Middaugh finishes 1st for US, 3rd overall at Xterra Mountaineer Staff Report An Eagle-Vail resident was the first American to cross the finish line at the XTERRA USA Championship triathlon in Ogden, Utah Saturday. Josiah Middaugh, 31, of Eagle-Vail has raced in all nine XTERRA USA Championships, winning the point series for the U.S. four times. Utah’s scenic Wasatch Range set the triathlon’s course during what event organizers called a crisp, colorful fall day. The race combined a one-mile swim in Pineview Reservoir followed by a 20-mile mountain bike that climbed 3,000 feet up the mountain and then a 6-mile trail run. Nicolas “Nico” Lebrun from France and Melanie McQuaid from Canada won the XTERRA USA Championship titles. Middaugh, who finished the triathlon with a time of 2:26:08, took home a purse of $1,500. He will also take home an additional bonus, which was unclear at press time, based on his point score of 82. From the finish line, racers headed to the Mountain 2 Metro Festival - a massive block party on 25th in downtown Ogden with live music and tons of great

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Josiah Middaugh of Eagle-Vail finished 1st for the U.S. 3rd overall at the Xterra USA Championship triathlon in Ogden, Utah Saturday.

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At left, Michelle Fitzgerald, knocks back a few with friends Maggie Meek of Vail, middle, and Alyssa Moore of Eagle at Wolcott Yacht Club Saturday. The club is closing its outdoor dining area for the season today and celebrating with “Drink the Bar Dry,” where guests receive a raffle ticket for every drink and menu item purchased, for a chance to win an Epic Pass. The club invites you to drink their inventory dry today with $4 margaritas, $1 shots, $2 pulled pork sandwiches and bratwurst.

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Final cruiser pub crawl. From left is Stephen Shainholts, Robert Brgoch, Kimberley Kovol and Rex Roberts. They turned out for the final cruiser pub crawl of the season on Saturday in Eagle.

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CHRIS ANTHONY AND WARREN MILLER’S MONGOLIAN ADVENTURE and there were these guys along the side of the trail that were there to clear away all the carnage, he said. The team took a four-hour flight over the Gobi Desert to the city of Urumchi, followed by a van ride to a rural village in the Atlai Mountains, where they were to meet the Kasak horsemen that would be guided them on their snowy mission. They were greeted by an old man with leathery hands and face, the father of the horsemen, who came running out of his home and embraced the crew with warmth in the frigid temperatures. He and his wife welcomed the crew into their home and were gracious hosts, Anthony said. They put out a spread of meats, berries and breads – much needed nourishment leading up to the frigid expedition to follow. The crew was introduced to the newest members of the team: three Kasak horsemen (a.k.a. Smiley, Norbit and David Bowie), their official guide Akbar (who helped facilitate the whole trek, but didn’t really know where he was going, Anthony said) and seven short, sturdy horses, the toughest animals Anthony has ever seen. The Warren Miller crew and their newly acquired entourage set out into the Mongolian mountains through a meter of snow and in temperatures forty degrees bellow zero. As they were ascending the first big mountain pass, one of the horses got stuck up to its chest in snow. Anthony worked up a sweat and exhausted himself, but ultimately he was able to dislodge the animal. It was then that Anthony realized that this expedition was not like all the others. “It was the most serious situation I’ve ever been in,” he said. “I started thinking, what if somebody gets frostbite, or breaks a leg, or gets a stomach virus? Who’s going to come get us? We have a satellite phone, but what am I going to do, call the Warren Miller office in Boulder? What are they going to do, call the U.S. Embassy in Beijing?” At that moment, Anthony understood that the primary mission was to survive; everything else was secondary. He wouldn’t be digging any more horses out of the snow. Along the way, the crew would rely on the graciousness of the hospitable Atlai mountain people for shelter and warmth. Without hesitation they would welcome the strange westerners like Anthony — with his florescent yellow jacket — into their small adobe huts, offer up hot goat tea and a place to sleep. Beating the elements, overcoming language barriers and navigational uncertainty, the Warren Miller crew traveled half way around the world and journeyed out into the far reaches of the Atlai Mountains. They did all this because of a hunch – a hunch that somewhere out there is a mountain community of skiers that “legitimizes the sport of skiing,” said Anthony. And they were right. Now, Warren Miller has asked that we not divulge too much of the story. You have to go see the movie for that. But, we can tell you that the footage is not only visually incredible, it will tug at the heart of anyone who has ever clicked into a pair of skis. The footage will make you forget for a moment about that new pair of skis on your wish list or whether you look cool standing in the lift line. It will remind you why you got into the sport in the first place. Anthony was able to bring home a pair of skis used by the Mongol skiers. Interestingly enough, while their technology hasn’t changed in 3000 years, the reverse sidecut and rocker shape are features that westerners just began implementing into modern powder boards not more than a few years ago. A leather strap binds the skier’s feet, and there is horse skin base that acts just like modern AT and telemark skins. As the crew was preparing to say goodbye to their horsemen and Akbar, Anthony presented one of the men with a pair gloves as a parting gift (amazingly he

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didn’t have a pair). “He was so taken that I was generous enough to offer him a gift that he felt he needed to give me one in return.” Anthony said. The man gave him a photograph of a rock with carvings of men with bows hunting game, and, sure enough, they were on skis. “It was a picture of the rock,” Anthony said. The man led the crew to the small petroglyph, which

he had found and was using to decorate his back yard. It now resides in the Beijing Museum of Natural Science. Warren Miller’s new film “Dynasty” will make its world premier in Salt Lake City October 16 and will be playing at the Vilar Center in Beaver Creek November 27 at 9:30 p.m. and November 28 at 6 and 9 p.m. Editor’s note: Check out the Mountaineer this week for more stories on Chris Anthony’s Mongolian adventure from writer Geoff Mintz.

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TODAY IN HISTORY

ExPirEs 10/8/09

Today is Sunday, September 27, the 270th day of 2009. There are 95 days left in the year. Highlights in history on this date: 1540 - Pope Paul approves Ignatius of Loyola’s proposal to create the Society of Jesus, or Jesuit Order. 1601 - Force of 3,000 Spaniards lands at Kinsale, Ireland, to support rebel Earl of Tyrone. 1779 - John Adams is named to negotiate the Revolutionary War’s peace terms with Britain. 1825 - George Stephenson drives the steam locomotive he designed on the opening run of the first passenger railway, from Stockton to Darlington, England. 1923 - Martial law is declared in Germany. 1928 - The United States agrees to recognize the Nationalist Chinese government. 1939 - Warsaw surrenders to Germans after 19 days of resistance in World War II. 1940 - Germany, Italy and Japan sign 10-year military and economic pacts, setting up Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis. 1945 - Congress Party and Muslim League win most seats in elections for India’s Central Legislative Assembly. 1951 - The West German Bundestag pledges restitution to Jews for crimes perpetrated by the Nazis. No exact amount was decided, but West Germany will repay about $600 million in goods. 1955 - Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser announces that Czechoslovakia has signed a barter agreement to exchange arms in return for Egyptian cotton. 1959 - Typhoon batters Japanese island of Honshu, killing almost 5,000 people. 1962 - Army stages coup in Yemen, and Colonel Abdulla el-Sallah becomes premier. 1968 - France bars Britain’s entry into European Common Market. 1970 - Jordan’s King Hussein and Al Fatah guerrilla leader Yasser Arafat meet in Cairo with 10 Arab chiefs of state and sign agreement ending civil war in Jordan. 1975 - Spanish authorities execute five convicted terrorists, members of the Revolutionary Anti-Fascist and Patriotic Front and Basque separatist movement, provoking angry protests in the Basque Provinces. 1982 - Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin formally requests a probe into the hundreds of Palestinians massacred in the Sabra and Shatile refugee camps in west Beirut. 1990 - Britain and Iran restore diplomatic relations. Ties had been broken off in March 1989 after the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued a death sentence against writer Salman Rushdie. 1991 - A team of 44 U.N. inspectors detained by Iraq are freed after being surrounded in their vehicles for four days. 1992 - A Nigerian military-transport plane crashes shortly after taking off from Lagos, killing all 163 people on board. 1993 - The U.N. Security Council bans sales of arms and fuel to the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) because the rebel movement failed to stop fighting the government and renegotiate a 1991 peace settlement to end the country’s civil war. 1994 - American soldiers take over the Haitian parliament as they continue to spread out over the country. 1995 - The three rivals for control of Bosnia-Herzegovina--Bosnian Serbs, Croats and the Moslem-dominated Bosnian government--reach an agreement to establish a collective presidency and parliament in Bosnia. 1996 - Islamic Taliban rebels seize control of Kabul and quickly hang former president Najibullah. 1997 - Post-war television broadcasts begin in Bosnia-Herzegovina after an agreement between rival factions allows opposing sides to broadcast on alternating days. 1998 - Gerhard Schroeder and his Social Democrats win German elections after 16 years of conservative rule under Chancellor Helmut Kohl. 1999 - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak wins his fourth six-year term, taking nearly 94 percent of the vote in a referendum on his presidency. 2000 - A Greek ferry strikes rocks and sinks, killing 75 people. The ship’s captain and crew are detained by police, when some survivors say they were watching a soccer match on television as the ship went aground. 2001 - Macedonia’s top ethnic Albanian rebel leader, Ali Ahmeti, announces that his forces have disbanded after surrendering thousands of weapons to NATO. 2004 - The top prosecutor for Sierra Leone’s war crimes court accuses former Liberian President Charles Taylor of recruiting fighters in the country he once led and working to destabilize other West African nations. 2005 - Afghanistan’s Interior Minister Ahmad Ali Jalali resigns after expressing frustration over the involvement of senior officials in the country’s booming drug trade. 2006 - California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signs into law a sweeping global warming initiative that imposes the first cap on greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. 2007 - Soldiers fire into fleeing crowds in the bloodiest day in the monthlong protest against Myanmar’s junta, and at least nine people are killed. Tens of thousands demonstrate for the 10th straight day in Yangon and security forces also raided several monasteries overnight. 2008 - Chinese astronaut Zhai Zhigang completes China’s first spacewalk.

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Today’s Birthdays: Cosimo de Medici, Italian founder of the Medici dynasty (1389-1464); King Louis XIII of France (1601-1643); Samuel Adams, U.S. revolutionary leader (1722-1803); Louis Botha, first prime minister of South Africa (1862-1919); Arthur Penn, U.S. film director (1922-2002); Dick Schaap, U.S. sportscaster (1934-2001); Meatloaf, U.S. rock singer (1951--); Gwyneth Paltrow, actress (1972--). Thought For Today: Sanity is a madness put to good uses — George Santayana, Spanish-American philosopher (1863-1952).

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Experienced Reservationists needed to join our great team. Full time year round position with benefits. Experience a must. Please apply in person at

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King Size Bed Frame from Scandanavian Designs, Dark wood, big four post bed ...real nice. Queen size natural wood bed frame from pottery barn ...also real nice. Call for Prices

Hair Stylist wanted. Must be confident in all aspects. Booth rental option. Call for Inquiries

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SALE PRICE: $4,273,240 Building Size: 18,813 RSF Warehouse: 4,000 RSF Fenced Yard: 1 Acre Lot Size: 3,507 Acres Rental Rate: $20.25/RSF Lease Terms: 20 years, 15 firm with Government having termination rights after the firm term on 60 days written notice.

Real Estate Taxes: $2.00/RSF Operating Costs: $2.35/RSF Annual Rent: $380,963.25 NOI: $299,126.70 Cap Rate: 7% Modified NNN Lease: BLM pays utilities and taxes. Owner will pay janitorial and system maintenance. BLM will occupy June 15, 2009

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jbitzer@bitzerrepcom Bitzer Real Estate Partners 1610 Wynkoop St., Ste. 450 Denver, CO 80202 303.296.8500 www.bitzerrep.com

Call 970.390.9232

2 Door, 2.0L, Contact for Mileage, 5281 $3,592

, new, ridden 3x, prof. broken in KX85 - $1750 KX100 - $2000 , offered at 1/2 appraised value, unique sizes

Fully Loaded Blue Book $10,500 Must Sell

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35,000 miles on new engine 8,000 miles left on warranty for new transmission. New Exhaust. Great condition

V6, 5 Speed, AC, Cruise Control, CD Player

4 Door, 2.4L, 81,500 Miles Stock #295 $6,991 888-413-5024

Call 970.977.0017

6 ft. bed with 5th wheel attachment and line-X bedliner. Mega-cab, grey leather/wood grain trim interior, black exterior heated seats, sunroof, navigation/on-star system, 6 disc changer, 5.9L auto, cold air intake system, 4 in. exhaust, chrome brush guard, great condition/well maintained. 90,000 miles.

4 Door, 2.0L, Automatic w/ OD-Speed Tiptronic, 54,156 Miles, Stock #P5838 888-413-5024 www.emichvw.com


Sunday, September 27, 2009

Quote of the day

Wildwood: Barracas, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, unfurnished, nice unit with 1 car garage. NS/NP call 970.376.7225

“News is the first rough draft of history” – Benjamin Bradlee

3 Bd, 3ba very Spacious Wildridge Townhome. 1 car garage. Partially furnished. Avail 7/1, NS/NP Call Marybeth 970.390.3913

Value Edition, 4 Door, 2.0L, Manual w/OD Speed, Contact for mileage, #P9898 www.emichvw.com

Very Nice 3Bd, 3Ba, Townhomes, Garage, A/C, Views, Granite, FP, Deck, W/D & More. NS/NP. 1st & Deposit $1700/mo w/Lease or ?

Lock-off studio apartment. Utilities Included. Available Oct. 15th. Between Vail and BC. Semi-Furnished with Kitchenette. Fireplace, W/D. Cable, bath, good storage, parking. Year Lease. NS/NP

Call 970.926.5570

Mature 40 yr. resident looking for responsible individual to rent room in apt. Owner away Oct - April 15, winter lease with long term option. NP/NS (vegetarian nondrinker prefered) Good deal to the right person.

888.413.5024

3 bd, 2.5 Ba, A/C, NS, pets OK with approval, Garage

Beaver Bench Studio, furnished, on the Lake, Great views, NS/NP.

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Nice 3BR, 3Ba, Single family home with 3 car garage on 11 acres. Horses allowed. 6-12 month lease. Call 970-390-1898

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Buy, Sell, Rent, or Find

926-6602

Call Matt 302.893.0703

2BR 2Ba condo, 1 car garage & 1 parking space, NS/NP, First month, last month and deposit due at signing, Year lease preffered, but all negotiable

Fantastic 1/2 Duplex - A Must see. Unfurnished, 3Bd, 3.5 Ba, Gigantic 2 3/4 Car Garage, 3 Covered Decks, Fenced Yard, W/D, Gas FP, HW Floors, Granite Slab, Stainless Appl., In Floor Gas Heat, Tons of Storage, Directly Across from Park, Vaulted Ceilings, Pets? N/S. Year Lease only.

Single Family, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, NS, pets negotiable. Call 970.390.5579

Remodeled 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath golf course townhome, 2 living rooms, fireplaces, decks, and views. W/D, SS appliances, granite counter tops, Garage and 3 parking spaces 973.768.3276

Call 970.949.4886

3 Bd, 2.5Ba, Adorable Wildridge townhome. Totally furnished (neg.), remodeled kitchen, Fireplace, yard, views, privacy. 1 car garage Utilities not included. Pets considered.

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, unfurnished remodeled, 1 car garage, on bus route, Flexible Lease call 970.376.7225

970.949.5431

Mature professional woman, 25 years in Vail Valley, 8.5 years at current job, seeking quiet place to live, with wellbehaved older dog, between

2 Bd, 2 Ba, Eagle Ranch condo, great views, NS, walk to movies, restaurants

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prefer own apartment or lockoff with kitchen. Light home care available, references and details upon request.

970.309.0845

Awesome 3Bd, 2.5 Ba endunit, Brush Creek Townhome with unfurnished basement. Garage, W/D, NS, Utilities Included. Pets Considered

Occupancy available immediately for the right place.

Call 970.376.8085 mtnstyle@vail.net

Room available for 1 in quiet Wildwood Townhome. Must like dogs, NS/NP.

2 Bd, 2Ba, Furnished, W/D, NS/NP. $1400/month

Buck Creek, on Lake, Partially Furnished, 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, underground parking, great views, NS/NP call 970.376.7225 For Rent Avon - Wildridge 3 Bd, 3.5Ba Duplex, unfurnished, W/D, FP, NS. $2800/month + Utilities 1 Year Lease Available Immediately 970.845.1111

Sunridge II, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, unfurnished, NS/NP

Sunridge Phase 2, 2Bd, 2Ba, 3rd Floor Unit, at the base of Beaver Creek, Available Immediately, Newer Appliances, New Paint, Great Condition, W/D. Vaulted Ceilings, Deck w/storage, Close to bus stop, NS/NP, 1st, last and security dep. FLEXIBLE ONE Year Lease call Dave 303.478.6055

Where’s the SUN? It’s here every morning, but for how long? See page 15 for details

2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms plus a loft and 1 car garage on the river. Hot tub year round. NS/NP per HOA rules. Fully furnished and all utilities included except internet. 6 month lease only.

2 Bd, 2 Ba TH with garage overlooking River! New marble entrance, bath & counters. New berber carpet & stainless appliances. Hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, W/D. Enjoy 1 deck on river & 1 sundeck with mountain views. Gas heat & fireplace. Vail Valley Properties Call 970.476.6789

Call 970.845.7484

Riverwalk 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 Bath. Washer/dryer, unfurnished, underground parking, 1 pet allowed Call 970.376.7225

Call 970.390.2402

Divide and Conquer: unfunished 3Bd/3Ba + small loft in quiet SUNDOWN. 1 Bd/Ba is a lockoff w/own entrance. keep 2 Bd/2Ba plus loft yourself Total Rent is $2000/month, prefer mature tenant, NS/NP, W/D, FP, End Unit, quiet top floor. Sunshine on all 4 sides. Heat and Cable Included Call Jackie 970.376.7376

3 Bd, 3 Ba, Red Canyon Townhome. Stainless Appliances, Hardwood Floors, W/D, New Carpet. 1st Month and Deposit. NS/NP. Call 303.999.0131 2 Bd, 2 Ba, Loft, Garage, Beautifully remodeled with new furnishings, No Smoking, Pets. Available anytime

Sunriver, 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Partially furnished on bus route, year round hot tub and pool in summertime. Utilities are extra. NS/NP

714.771.3371

Call 970.390.2402

EFFICIENCY Bedroom, Bath, partial kitchen, private den use, Furnished, NS/NP

Apt. Lower Level of Home 2Bd, 1Ba, Kitchenette, W/D Partially Furnished, NS/NP (Small Dog OK). Flexible Lease. Available ASAP

Furnished Studio, quiet golf course location. 1 person only, NS/NP, 1 year lease.

Call 970.376.5493

970.328.1564

Call 970.471.1960

3 Bedroom, 3.5Ba, Furnished home for Ski Season Rental. Across from West Park and backs to forest. Gas Heat, W/D. FP, NS. Available Nov. 1st. 970.471.3302 cw2785@cox.net

Townhome 2Bd plus loft on golf course. FP, furnished, NP, New Kitchen, New baths, garage. Call 970.376.1202


Vail Mountaineer Sunday,September 27, 2009

Get your place rented for cheap, and your wallet (or money clip) will thank you.

Rentals througout the valley

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Elk Meadows Townhomes 3 bedrooms, family/media room 2 half baths, 2 fireplaces, 2 car garage with lots of built in storage. Completely Remodeled with high end finishes. Year round hot tub and pool in the summertime. Pets considered.

Short of Long term Townhome, 1500 sq ft., 2 Master Bedrooms, 2.5 Ba, fully furnished, W/D, NS/NP, Utilities included. Call 970.471.0920 ghdgrowit@aol.com

Call 970.390.2402

Need to Rent a home, condo, room or business Classifieds $35 per week.

Available Now, Best Deal in the Valley! - Luxury Condo, 1842 SF, 3Bd, 2.5Ba, on Eagle River. Garage, Unfurnished, absolutely no pets, no smokers. 1st, last, $900 Deposit.

Executive 3 Bd, 2 Ba rental available for the ski season. Within walking distance of lift. View, pool, Jacuzzi, plenty of parking. NS/NP. 970.376.0705

Call 800.864.4408

2Bd, 2 Ba, Like New, W/D, 2 carports, NS/NP $100 credit on 1st 2 months European crafted cabin, two wooded acres on creek. Three bedroom, two bath. Wood burning FP. Beautifully furnished.

Call Diana 970.376.1202

1 Bedroom apt., NS/NP. Month-to-Month. $500 Deposit, Utilities Included.

Patio entrance Studio, 1 Bd, 1Ba, next to golf course, kitchenette, Dog OK Call 970.390.2654

Call 970.390.2402

Chatfield Corners 3 Bd/2.5 Ba, Built in ‘07, spotless, all upgrades, fireplace central A/C, stainless, Hardwood, W/D, garage. Walk to schools. 3 Bd, 2.5 Ba, corner unit, 1 car garage, washer and dryer, wood burning stove, and deck. No pets and nonsmoking. Court club privileges. 1 year lease. Call 970.777.2724

2Br, 2Ba condo in The Reserve. W/D, gas fireplace, large closets, lots of storage, deck overlooking the river. Pool club included. Pets?? Yearly lease.

Castle Peak Townhomes, 3Bd, 2.5 Ba, 2 Car Garage, Fully Furnished, NS/NP, Utilities not included, Gym Membership included, Long term preferred Call 970.390.2402

Large 2Bd, 2 Ba, Condo Available now. W/D, Master with own Private Bath, and Walk-in Closet. 2 assigned covered Parking Spaces. Private Fenced yard & covered Balcony. Some Utilies incl.

Fully Furnished 2 Bedroom House, Available for Ski Season Nov. 1 - April 30. In Cascade Village area, within walking distance to Chair 20. Inside parking. Duplex, Beautiful views from the great room and Deck! 2014 sqft, 3Bd, 4Ba. Fenced yard with large Laundry. Newly painted, wood/carpet/ tile floors Beautiful mature trees. Quiet Neighbors, Single garage w/extra parking spots. Pets Nego. Partially furnished,

970.390.2402

926-6602 andy@ vailmountaineer. com

Fabulous 5 Bd, 4Ba, Singletree home on the golf course, partially furnished, Hot Tub, NS, Pets Negotiable. 1st and last month required, Deposit can be paid over a few months.

Call 970.390.2402

New Home for rent, 5Bd, 3.5Ba on the 7th green of Cotton Ranch Golf Course. No Smoking, Pets Neg. Available Nov. 1st.

Call Tracy Bossow 970.688.4843 www.bossow.com

Elegant Highland Meadows home, 3Bd, 3.5Ba, 2 Car Garage. Fully Furnished Turn-Key. Private master suite with jacuzzi, and steam shower. Gourmet kitchen. Beautiful views. 6 or 12 month lease. Call 970.390.1539 jwoodard@vail.net

Large 2Bd, 2Ba, with huge covered patio, living room & bedroom overlooking creek! Completely remodeled with new textured walls, carpet & baths! New kitchen with stainless refrigerator & stove. New washer/dryer & dishwasher. Plenty of storage, on bus route, convenient to everything. Gas stove and heat. 970.476.6789

2Bd/2.5Ba, Furnished, W/D. NS/NP, 1st, last, deposit, year lease.

2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Fully Furnished on creek, Adorable Unit

Call 970.476.1163

call 970.376.7225

2 Bd, 1 Ba, Fully Furnished, FP, DW, close to bus, NS/NP.

2Bd, 2Ba, W/D, walk-in closet, upper level unit with 2 covered parking spaces. 1 month SecDep, NS/NP 1st Month Utilities paid.

Avon Center Office with Southwest Views.

Call Sam 970.331.1519

2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Fully Furnished. On bus route, Heat, water, cable included, electricity is extra. NS/NP

Call 970.524.0756 erinandmiked@yahoo.com

Warehouse Space, several sizes available from 950 - 3158 sq. ft., large overhead doors, 1/2 bath with office space or for storage

Call 970.476.3076

Call 970.331.1544

3 Bd, 2 Ba, Meadow Creek Townhome, Furnished, NS/NP. 2 Car parking close to bus stop. 970.343.0163

Call Debbie 970.390.2798

4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bathrooms, 2 car garage, remodeled, Dog OK, Long term preferred.

Buy, Sell, Rent, or Find

call 970.376.7225

Call Channing 970.401.2150 or Email cvangoey@yahoo.com

Lower Homestead, Modern 3Bd/2.5Ba, furnished, 1 car garage w/2 additional parking spots, 2 Crt Club, NS/NP, Great Location! Available Nov. 1 Call 970.389.6229

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Meadow Village Townhomes. 3 Bd, 3Ba, Remodeled, partially furnished, Gym membership included for 2 persons. NS/NP, Utilities not included. Long term lease preffered.

Brookside 2 bed/2 bath, fireplace, underground parking, pool, and workout room. NS/NP. Utilities Included.

1 Bd, 1 Ba, Furnished Intermountain Lock-off. Clean, Quiet, Free Bus, Reserved Parking 2 Cars. No Pets. No Smoking.

Studio unit, 1 room with small refrigerator, cook top & sink w/ private entrance. Pets possible, includes utilities. 6-12 month lease.

Beautiful top floor 1 bedroom condo on the bus route, walking distance to Lionshead. Great view of Vail Mountain.

Call 970-390-1898

Must See! Call 970.476.5385

Clean 3BR 1.5Ba, Furnished,Util., WiFi, FP, NP, WD, NS, Week, month, Year 970.331.5422

Prime office space located in the Chapel Square North Building. 7 work stations, 1 corner office, conference room, break/storage area and free underground parking. Fully wired for telephone/data. Call Mike Day 970.471.5701 or Email mike.day@me-engineers.com

Executive Office, Studio, Showroom, Professional or Commercial Space, High End Finishes. Edwards Commercial Park 925 sf Call 970.926.3436

Executive Office Space The Inn & Suites at Riverwalk. Unfurnished or Furnished. Call 970.926.5363

Tired of working out of your house? Or are you paying too much rent in Avon or Edwards? Come to warmer quiet stress free Eagle. Commercial, retail, or Office space as low as . Great location on Chambers, just across the street from the court house.

1500 Sq. ft. warehouse office. 14 ft. Bay Door. Available Oct. 1st Call Mike at Re/Max 970.390.3513


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Nestled against a beautiful hillside and boasting magnificent views, this residence features an open floorplan, 5 Bedrooms, and is steps to world-class skiing and golf.

Enjoy the wildflower hillside from your private stone patio. 5Bd, 5.5ba Pinions with CCR views.

508 East Arrowhead Drive $1,995,000 Suzi Apple

580E Arrowhead Drive $1,995,000 Suzi Apple

One of CVC’s finest lots, this exquisite home boasts 6 bd suites, floor-to-ceiling windows, incredible patios, sweeping views, and includes adjacent 1.19-acre lot

802 Beard Creek Trail. Modern mountain luxury. 5BR, multiple stone verandas, fire pit, large rec room, wine cellar, elevator, & gorgeous views from every room.

970.376.5417

81 Elk Run Court $5,000,000 Suzi Apple

970.376.5417

Charming and Traditional with great space in a great location.

40 Garfield #F $374,500 Susan Matthews

303.388.7200

970.376.5417

802 Beard Creek Trail $4,675,000 Suzi Apple

970.376.5417

Brush Creek Townhomes. NEW, never lived in. End unit, privacy, spacious lawn. Great views. High ceiling, granite, tile, wood. Walking dist to ice rink, pool, bike path

155 Montgomerie Circle $429,000 Donna Spinelli

970.471.4071

Top Floor, 2 Bd Riverwalk Amber Unit w/ river and valley views. Immaculately kept, upgraded w/Acacia wood floors. Underground parking, elevator, lockable storage, heat incl. in dues. Call Today to see

Debra Duvall 970.471.1706

709 Edwards Village Blvd. New 3BR 3Ba SF homes. Featuring Lake Creek views, hardwood floors, stone FPs, & large covered deck. www.gatewayland.com

709 Edwards Village Blvd $695,000 Suzi Apple

970.376.5417

970.390.1229

11,026 sf masterpiece, insp by romantic style found in Italian mtn villages. Stone terraces overlooking Spring Creek, 2 acres of open space, unrivaled outdoor living.

50 Spring Creek $9,500,000 Suzi Apple

970.376.5417

Developer offering buyer incentives! You choose...free basement build out, owner carry, free upgrade package, or lease-to-own!

Aidan’s Meadow *** Only 10 Homes Left *** Prices Starting at $679,900

970.376.0041 Rick Messmer

137 Main St. $525,000 Suzi Apple

970.390.0492

was $850,000 Now $699,700

$832,500 David Whitman

137 Main St. Commercial office space w/ wet bar, coffee room, full kitchen, & gorgeous finishes. www.gatewayland.com

$329,900 David Nudell

Luxury Golf 5 Bd/4.5Ba Home on 2 Tee, Views, Gourmet Kitchen, Huge Master Suite, Spa-like Bath, 2 FP’s, Granite, Travertine, oversized garage on 1/2 Acre

Charter in Beaver Creek, 2 Bd, Rare top floor, Vaulted Ceilings, end-of-thebuilding location, extra windows, Stones throw to charming village. Amazing rentals, management & Amenities.

970.376.5417

Great 5Bd/2Ba Family home w/room for all. Parking for your TOYS or RV. LARGE shed in the back yard. Part. finished family room and 3rd Bath in lower level. All material for completion included. NO HOA

$325,000 Bob New

970.390.3336

5BR masterpiece w/exquisite detailing, unrivaled outdoor living, sumptuous master suite & breathtaking views. www.gatewayland.com

190 Aspen Bluff $5,500,000 Suzi Apple

970.376.5417

Four acre horse property w/ irrigation water, adjacent to public land. New 4BR + Office, 3Ba, 3 car garage home with office & satillo tile.

$749,500 Henri Stone

970.331.2804

3 Bd, 2 Ba Townhome, Seldom on Market. Great views of mountains off decks of both living room and master. Located right on the golf course. Vaulted Ceilings, garage w/ plenty of storage

$550,000 Teryl Limbocker

970.331.6653

This Pristine & Private home is located at the top of the Hill, surrounded by lush landscaping. Extensive log detailing throughout this 4389 sqft., 4 bed classic, mountain home. A must see!

292 Red Draw $1,950,000 Linda Doting

970.376.0860

Lots of Updates, Combined with the Fabulous Charm of 1908 740 Marion Street $1,050,000 Susan Matthews

303.388.7200

3BR 2.5Ba townhome. 1 block to theatre, restaurants, shops, fitness center. Upgraded finishes, fenced backyard w/ patio, master BR suit w/lg deck, attached gar. High ceilings, lots of light, granite & tile. Co-op w/ brokers.

$345,900

FSBO 970.471.9259

SHORT SALE. Great Value. Nice 3Br, 2Ba, 2 Car Grg, Stick built Ranch w/ gas fireplace, patio, fenced back yard, sprinkle irrigation, Ready to move in.

130 Summer Meadow $335,000 Bob New

970.390.3336

Almost 2000 sq. ft., 4 Bd, 2 3/4 Ba, Warm/Cool Center Triplex Unit HUGE 2 Car Garage, Very Low Utility Bills. NO HOA. 100% Financing to Qualified Buyers.

Now Only $279,000 Bob New

970.390.3336

3 Bd, 2 ba, 1201 Square Feet, Nice deck overlooking the Gore Creek. Walk out to the bike path and TOV bus. Great for weekend getaway or a place to call home. MLS # V319205

Interlochen Condos B15 $495,000 Ross Goldberg

970.476.8800

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Perfect Family Compound Overlooking pond. 6 Bed, 5.5 Bath, 5919 sqft. Designer finishes, 5 decks, 5 car garage.

1425 Red Draw $1,950,000 Linda Doting

970.376.0860

Historic And Updated - Five Bedrooms on Large Lot - Bromwell School 130 Gaylord Street $1,875,000 Susan Matthews

303.388.7200

Unobstructed views! Nearly an acre lot! Open, bright floor plan! Huge detached garage! Rare 4 Bd, 3Ba, single family listing in South Forty. Enjoy country living just minutes away from everything in Edwards.

$995,000 Terry Nolan

970.471.2210

New 3 Bd, 2 Ba Single family home w/ a huge 2 car garage. Master bedroom, Cedar fenced yard, One year full warranty and up to 100% financing available

$325,000 Andy Forstl

970.524.5544

3 Bed, 2 Bath, Central AC, Fenced Dog Yard, Large Covered Patio, Bright open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, Home Qualifies for Eagle County down payment assistance. Close to schools and shopping

$297,500 Tom Stone

970.471.1830

Spacious, sunny 6 Bed/4 bath Duplex. New Kitchen with cherry cabinets, granite, and hickory floors. Lower level could be a 1 bed rental.

2475 Old Trail $659,000 Terry Nolan

970.417.2210

We Can Help This masterpeice sits on the Eagle River and features 4 exquisite bedroom suites, stunning finishes, an expansive covered deck with FP, and dramatic canyon views.

Rainbow Trout Lodge $2,595,000 Suzi Apple

970.376.5417

Private 10-acre estate provides an unequal setting for this stunning 5 Bd home. Classic Colorado detailing with polished logs & stone archways exude luxury yet warmth

203 Jouflass Ranch Road $4,250,000 Suzi Apple

970.376.5417

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