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JUNE 2019

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l et’s h e a r i t fo r

CARBONDALE’S CROSSFIT STAR ROBBIE DAVIS

THE FATHER-SON STORY BEHIND MURRAY DENTAL

ROARING FORK VALLEY INVESTMENT PROPERTIES


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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JUNE 2019 PUBLISHER

Rick French | rfrench@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Caitlin Causey | caitlin.causey@lifestylepubs.com

The Many Roles We Play

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Caitlin Causey, Scott Dillard, Bridget Grey, Matt Rubsamen, Genevieve Joelle Villamizar CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

AS A 68-YEAR-OLD MAN I HAVE PASSED SEVERAL MILESTONES IN MY LIFE. I started three companies in my 40 years of self-employment: one in restaurant

Kelley Cox, Kit Mitchell, Jeff Richardson, Aw Snap, Estate Photo Video, Kevin Wasli

design and two in magazine publishing. I somehow managed to raise a wonderful family with four kids and five grandkids, and kept the woman of my dreams for 45 years and counting. For Roaring Fork Lifestyle’s "Men’s Issue" this month we wanted to share the personal stories of some of our community’s male leaders, offering behind-thescenes glimpses of how they’ve gotten to where they are today. This letter is too short to discuss the challenges I myself have faced as a husband, father, and grandfather, but I can say it has been a real journey. Maybe even comparable to the journey that you have faced or will face. I’ve found that through every trial in life, whether with career, family, or personal hardship, the most important question is always: “How will you react?” On a lighter note, I can tell you that one of the greatest levels of satisfaction I’ve

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experienced is when one of my grown kids comes to me for advice. (You know, that

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same kid who thought in his/her teenage years that dad couldn’t tie his own shoes

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

without a manual.) I usually offer a couple suggestions and then say, “you decide.” It’s important to take ownership of our choices. We all have many roles to play in life. Our paths are determined by the choices we make, and the lessons we learn when we fail or succeed. In this issue, we celebrate several local men who have worked hard to achieve their goals, and are now sharing

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson EDITORIAL MANAGER Nicolette Martin AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

their accomplishments with the community. Thank you all for your continued support of Roaring Fork Lifestyle.  Rick French, Publisher

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2019

FEATURES 10 All in the Family A Father, a Son, and the Family Business Behind Murray Dental Group

20 Choosing Local Why Investing in the Roaring Fork Valley is a Wise Move

24 Master of His Universe CrossFit Games Champ Robbie Davis is the Picture of Health, Heart, and Humility

34 Safety First Garfield County Search and

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Rescue President Tom Ice on Summer Preparedness

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Locally Owned

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Healthy Lifestyle

20 Open House 24 Inspired By 28 Trend Setter 30 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Water & Woods


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GOOD TIMES

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Imagine 7 In April, River Bridge Regional Center held its annual fundraiser at the Old Thompson Barn in Carbondale. The Glenwood-based nonprofit, which provides services for child abuse victims and their families in Garfield, Eagle, Pitkin, and Rio Blanco counties, treated guests to a Caribbean-themed evening with live music, silent auction, and more. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLEY COX; PHOTO BOOTH BY AW SNAP.

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1. (from left) Amber Wissing, Lori Bennett, & Darla Shropshire | 2. (from left) Blythe Chapman & Sara Malloy | 3. Volunteer Berne Minton | 4. (from left) Bridget Derkash & board member Marlene Manown | 5. (from left) Lori Welch, Meghan Hurley, & Jeff Cheney | 6. Volunteer Leighton Butler | 7. RBRC & MWSA staff | 8. Board member Luci Wilson & family | 9. River Bridge’s courthouse facility dog, Frasier 8

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AROUND TOWN

REGISTRATION OPEN FOR GLENWOOD CAR SHOW

LET THEM ROAR'S NEW SINGLE RAISES FUNDS FOR IMMIGRANTS

Save the date for the 16th annual Glenwood

Local band Let Them Roar is releasing a new

Springs Car Show weekend, July 26-27, presented

single and music video on June 20 called "I See

by Vicco's Charcoal Burger Drive-In and Valley

My Light," a song inspired by four immigrant

Cruisers Car Club. Registration for participants is

women who took sanctuary in Colorado to keep

open now through the last day of the show. Cost:

their families together: Sandra Lopez, Rosa

$20 for the first vehicle, $10 for a second, and free

Sabido, Ingrid Encalada Latorre, and Araceli

for a third. The club looks forward to hosting classic

Velazquez. Let Them Roar wrote the song after

cars, great motorcycles, and vintage snowmobiles

being moved by these  women's stories, which

for this event. Pre-registration is now available

the band feels have the power to bring commu-

online through the show's page at Eventbrite.com.

nities together. The song, video, and artwork are

The fun begins with a free kick-off BBQ from

available for purchase at LetThemRoar.com,

6-9 p.m. at Vicco's Charcoal Burger on July 26. The

where information about the sanctuary movement

main car show will be presented July 27 from 8 a.m.

is also available.  All proceeds  will be donated to

to 3 p.m. at the Glenwood Springs High School

the sanctuary movement in Colorado. The band is

parking lot, and will feature live music, food, fun,

planning launch parties on June 20  and 21,  with

prizes, "oldies" costumes, and a spark plug chang-

details forthcoming on the website.

ing contest in addition to the classic cars. For more information  find the Valley Cruisers Car Club on Facebook, email ValleyCruisers@sopris.net, or call show chair Ron Madsen at 970.945.1008.

WILD WEST RODEO 2019 SEASON BEGINS JUNE 6 The Carbondale Wild West Rodeo invites the community to its first event of the season on June 6 at the Gus Darien Riding Arena on Catherine Store Road. Rodeos will be held every Thursday evening thereafter until August 22, rain or shine, including a special celebration on July 4. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., slack at 6 p.m., and Grand Entry is at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Admission is $10/person or $30/car (up to six people). Visit CarbondaleRodeo.com  for details and special event information.

SUMMER OF MUSIC SPONSORSHIPS STILL AVAILABLE In 1985, the Summer of Jazz was launched as a way to bring together community and celebrate

"A WOMAN'S TOUCH" COLLABORATIVE ART EXHIBIT OPENS JUNE 14

the sounds of Jazz. Over the years, the focus has expanded to include many forms of music, but the values of bringing people together,  enjoy-

The Glenwood Springs Arts Council and

ing picnics, summer mountain evenings and

Colorado Mountain College (CMC) present “A

great music continues to be a strong Glenwood

Woman’s Touch,” a free opening reception fea-

Springs tradition. Now in its  ninth season, the

turing the work of three regionally and nationally

Glenwood Springs Summer of Music contin-

renowned Colorado artists, at the CMC Glenwood

ues to meet with great success. These efforts

Center from 6-8 p.m. on June 14. The exhibit will

would not be possible without generous spon-

remain on display through August 30. Featured are

sors and donors. Sponsorship opportunities

works by oil painter Jane Lee of Glenwood Springs,

are still available to continue the Summer of

printmaker Susan Oehme and mixed media/textile

Music, which kicks off this month on June

artist Wendy Kowynia, both of Steamboat Springs.

26 at 6:30 p.m. in Two Rivers Park. Email

Community members are invited and welcomed to

GlenwoodSpringsSummerOfMusic@gmail.com

attend. For more, visit GlenwoodArts.org.

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LOCALLY OWNED

INTERVIEW BRIDGET GREY | PHOTOGRAPHY JEFF RICHARDSON

ALL IN THE FAMILY A FATHER, A SON, AND THE FAMILY BUSINESS BEHIND MURRAY DENTAL GROUP

SINCE 1976, MURRAY DENTAL GROUP HAS SERVED PATIENTS FROM ACROSS THE REGION. Here, Dr. Robert (Bob) Murray and his son Dr. John Murray, along with new partner Dr. Tim Huson, offer insight on their Glenwood Springs practice for Roaring Fork Lifestyle.

dentistry, and also an insight into the Murray family way of dentistry. My dad was and is always available for patients in need. Long days and late nights, whatever it took to make sure people were taken care of and that things were done right. WHEN DID YOU KNOW YOU WANTED TO GO INTO DENTISTRY? Dr. John: Honestly, I wasn’t totally sure I was going to go into dentistry until I was already in the thick of it. I went to college with an open mind and a class schedule filled with prerequisites to get into dental school. I found that I did really well and enjoyed the classes that most thought were the toughest, so I kept going. Before I knew it, I was three years in and taking the DAT, dental aptitude test. When I was accepted to the University of Colorado for dental school after

DR. JOHN, WHAT'S ONE OF YOUR

only three years (just like my dad) I made the decision to follow in my

BEST MEMORIES OF YOUR

father’s footsteps and make this my career.

FATHER GROWING UP? Dr. John:  I have many great memories of my dad while growing up of golfing and ski-

DR. BOB, WHAT WERE YOUR THOUGHTS UPON LEARNING YOUR SON WANTED TO BE A DENTIST?

ing, family trips, etc. But my favorite in the

Dr. Bob: Extreme happiness and excitement that he wanted to

dental realm was as a young teenager, when

pick dentistry, and pride that he had the proper grades and com-

I got to go into the office as his assistant for

pleted the requirements to do so.

a late-night emergency. I don’t remember much about the procedure, except at one

HOW HAVE YOU ESTABLISHED A FAMILY-FOCUSED

point when he was removing a large piece

ENVIRONMENT IN THE OFFICE?

of decay loose in the mouth.   He quickly

Dr. Bob: Proper diagnosis, quality treatment, respecting patients’ time

and calmly said “get that chunk,” which was

by being on time ourselves, and treating patients the way we ourselves

my job as his assistant with the suction. It

would want to be treated. This is accomplished by leading by example in

was an abrupt awakening to the world of

our office policies, and in our team meetings. Our practice has also CONTINUED >

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A father-son pheasant hunting trip in South Dakota, circa 1992. (Family photo.)

“MY DAD HAS THE STRONGEST WORK ETHIC OF ANYONE I KNOW. HE STRIVES FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY AND ALWAYS DOES THE RIGHT THING FOR THE PATIENT, NO MATTER WHAT.”

Dr. John with proud parents at dental school graduation in 2004. (Family photo.)

The Murrays skiing in Crested Butte, circa 1988. (Family photo.)

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LOCALLY OWNED

(CON TI N U ED)

been supported by my wife Barb, John’s wife Mandy, and our family (parents, siblings, and children). In addition, we have many employees (that have become like family to us) that have been with us over 25 years who have helped establish this environment. Being able to do this as a partner with John is a privilege and joy that many people don’t get to experience. It makes me not want to ever retire. DR. JOHN, WHAT MURRAY FAMILY VALUES WILL HELP YOU LEAD THE PRACTICE INTO THE FUTURE? Dr. John: My dad has the strongest work ethic of anyone I know. He strives for the highest quality and always does  the right thing for the patient, no matter what. He has taught me to do this and to remain humble and kind, almost to a fault. These are principles and values that we hope to instill in our children, our team, and certainly what we looked for and found with our new partner Dr. Tim Huson and his wife Dr. Erin Van Gundy. DR. TIM, WHAT'S IT LIKE TO JOIN SUCH A FAMILY-FOCUSED PRACTICE? Dr. Tim:  For me, the family-focused environment is invaluable, especially with regard to our patients and our dental family. It was imperative when looking for my dental home to find this, as I knew I wanted to become a partner in this type of practice. It is indispens(From left) Dr. John, Dr. Bob, and new partner Dr. Tim, who joined the practice in 2017.

able to work in a place where our patients can feel comfortable and know we treat them just as we do our own family; it's also an environment where you truly enjoy working with the person next to you. FINALLY, DR. BOB, WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE LEGACY OF MURRAY DENTAL GROUP IN THE COMMUNITY? Dr. Bob:  The goal going forward is to continue providing quality service, and stay on the forefront of techniques, technology, and materials that allow us to do the advanced dentistry that people need, while providing the quality that they deserve.

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COMPANION CARE SERVICES • Bathing, Dressing, and A ssistance with Personal Hygiene • G rocer y Shopping; Meal Prepar ation and Ser ving • G ener al Err ands and Light House Work • A ssis t ance with Social Engagement s and Ac tivities • Tr anspor t ation to and from A ppointment s

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

ARTICLE CINDY MENNENGA

Essential Oils

FOR MEN NATURAL HEALING, ONE DROP AT A TIME

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OKAY, GUYS, DO YOU KNOW THAT ESSENTIAL

oils didn’t smell like chemical-laden perfumes. The

OILS ARE GREAT FOR MEN? Most of you prob-

next thing he noted was that I received nearly imme-

ably have heard the ladies in your lives talking

diate health benefits from the various oils I tried.

about essential oils and how amazing they are.

Observing all of this, it wasn’t long before he started

Perhaps some aromatic and fragrant essential oils

asking questions about what each oil was used for.

have even made their way into your home. But, did

Within a few weeks, he started using essential oils

you know the health benefits of essential oils are

himself—and he tells everyone he knows about how

vast and that several of the oils carry neutral or

amazing they are (like he discovered them)!

masculine scents?

Now, essential oils are the first thing either of us turns to for aches and pains, stuffy noses, digestive

/// WHAT AR E ESSENTIAL OILS? Essential oils are plant-based medicine. The oils are derived from seeds, rind, leaves, flowers and

issues, etc. My skeptical husband was easily converted into regular oil user—maybe you should give it a whirl and find out for yourself the remarkable benefits of essential oils!

barks of plants found all over the world. The oils are extracted from the plants and distilled into amazing essential oils that can provide health benefits for a wide variety of health concerns. Essential oils can be used to assist with workout recovery and provide relief to tired muscles. They can also tame skin irritations caused by shaving, offer relief from digestive issues, soothe away headaches, alleviate symptoms of allergies or a

Which Essential Oils ARE MEN’S FAVORITES?

stuffy nose. This list goes on and on. Essential oils are truly gifts from the earth and because they are made from plant compounds, our bodies intuitively know how to utilize them for our benefit.

/// QUALIT Y IS CR ITICAL

+ FRANKINCENSE: The king of all essential oils—it helps with nearly any health concern. + LAVENDER: Second only to frankincense in versatility—it is a good one to keep on hand.

There are many companies that sell essential oils, and not all brands are pure, high-quality essential

+ LEMON: Known for its amazing detox qualities—

oils. I encourage you to do your own research to

simply add a drop or two to your drinking water.

determine which brand to purchase. After all, you will be using these wonderful oils to overcome various health concerns, so be sure you are using a

+ PEPPERMINT: Great for relief from headaches, digestive issues, and respiratory concerns.

brand that is 100% pure and has no chemical additives (which may negate any benefits).

+ MELALEUCA: Recognized for providing relief for cuts and skin irritations, melaleuca is a multi-purpose oil.

/// GIVE THEM A TRY A couple of years ago, when I first purchased several essential oils, my husband laughed and rolled

+ CEDARWOOD: Helps improve focus and is known for its calming qualities. Cedarwood has a very masculine, soothing aroma.

his eyes. He assumed the oils were just a waste of money. It didn’t take long for him to change his opinion! The first thing he noticed was the fact that the

+ SANDALWOOD: Can help to alleviate insomnia and provide relief from muscle spasms.

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BASALT Located on coveted Riverside Drive. All three bedrooms on main level. Bonus room space for studio, office or fourth bedroom. Finished basement, fenced yard, two-car garage. Walk to everything! WEB# RF159119

CARBONDALE Fantastic mid-valley home on a one acre lot with majestic views. Meticulously maintained. Wood flooring, solar panels, new wool carpets. Rural setting yet minutes to great amenities. Ample storage, garage + workshop. WEB# RF158719

3 BED | 4 BATH - 2 FULL & 2 HALF | $1,090,000 Roshni Slali 970.379.6580 | Leslie Newbury 970.379.6556

4 BED | 2 BATH | $729,000 Patty Brendlinger 970.379.5484

CARBONDALE Close to downtown and a couple blocks from the park, this house is perfect for parents wanting their own piece of charming Carbondale. Offering large corner lot, two-car garage and two living areas. WEB# RF156977

MARBLE Custom-built mountain home, incredible views, privacy, and forest service property out your back door. Featuring outstanding finishes, open floor plan, window placement and outdoor living spaces. WEB# RF154922

4 BED | 3 BATH | $900,000 Donavan OToole 970.230.2004

4 BED | 3.5 BATH | $1,219,000 Sherry Rubin 970.948.3069

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MISSOURI HEIGHTS Open floor plan, main floor master, two additional en-suite bedrooms, fourth bedroom with efficiency kitchen, full bath and separate entrance. Big views, two-car garage, 10 minutes to Whole Foods! WEB# RF158817

CARBONDALE Overlooking the Crystal River and the first fairway of River Valley Ranch golf course. Wonderful space includes lovely main floor master suite with fireplace, upgraded gourmet kitchen. WEB# RF158343

4 BED | 4 BATH | $749,000 Roshni Slali 970.379.6580 | Leslie Newbury 970.379.6556

4 BED | 4.5 BATH | $1,350,000 Nancy Emerson 970.366.1194

REDSTONE One of Crystal Valley’s best buys, this custom “Honka” log home, located on the Crystal River, is waiting your arrival. The design allows you to enjoy the open floor plan, inviting kitchen and incredible views. WEB# RF159150

REDSTONE This three-bedroom, three-bath home is in wonderful condition and was recently updated. The attention to detail can be seen as you enjoy touring this charming property. WEB# RF159099

4 BED | 3.5 BATH | $1,019,000 Sherry Rubin 970.948.3069

3 BED | 3 BATH | $649,000 Sherry Rubin 970.948.3069

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RECENTLY SOLD PROPERTIES OVER $600,000 Neighborhood

Original List

Sold Price

BASALT Basalt Ridge $2,995,000 $2,600,000 Castle View $1,395,000 $1,278,810 Willits $1,295,000 $1,253,500 Willits $1,075,000 $1,075,000 Southside $935,000 $790,000 Willits $739,000 $725,000 MISSOURI HEIGHTS Homestead Acres $1,195,000 $950,000 Kings Row $975,000 $926,250 CARBONDALE Aspen Glen $4,500,000 $3,500,000 River Valley Ranch $1,595,000 $1,450,000 Aspen Glen $1,625,000 $1,382,250 Aspen Glen $1,295,000 $1,065,000 Blue Creek $960,000 $930,000 Aspen Glen $899,000 $890,000 Aspen Equestrian $789,000 $799,000 Aspen Glen $895,000 $775,000 Aspen Equestrian $779,000 $730,000 River Valley Ranch $715,000 $685,000 Aspen Glen $650,000 $650,000 GLENWOOD SPRINGS Cox Parcels $995,000 $990,000 Elk Spring $745,000 $765,500 Springridge Reserve $755,000 $744,000 Sopris Station $625,000 $615,000 Park East $619,000 $607,000

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Beds

Full Half Bath Bath

87% 92% 97% 100% 84% 98%

368 72 257 310 189 108

4 3 4 4 4 3

4 2 4 3 2 3

1 1 1 1 1 1

$702.13 $596.18 $406.32 $387.11 $305.02 $350.41

79% 95%

282 59

3 4

2 2

1 1

$305.37 $283.78

78% 91% 85% 82% 97% 99% 101% 87% 94% 96% 100%

190 507 162 529 34 42 81 57 101 226 61

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5 4 4 4 3 3 2 6 3 4 2

2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1

$475.22 $438.46 $316.30 $262.64 $335.38 $411.28 $251.34 $135.54 $269.17 $288.54 $283.47

99% 103% 99% 98% 98%

221 49 60 78 46

3 3 5 3 4

3 2 4 4 3

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$284.97 $321.23 $216.78 $242.51 $238.41

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Sold Price/ Sq. Ft

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ELISSA MARKOYA

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NANCY EMERSON

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Offered by Anna Olson & Nick Hough 970.309.4201 | 970.948.2127

166 Sopris Mesa Drive, Carbondale Offered by Nancy Emerson | 970.366.1194

107 Sun King Dr, Glenwood Springs Offered by Becky Ciani | 970.309.1027

(This data is a sampling of sold properties from 4/1/19 to 5/16/19, Source: Aspen Glenwood MLS)

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2701 Midland Ave 725, Glenwood Springs

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Carbondale Animal Hospital is so pleased to announce the addition of

Bonnie Abercrombie DVM

to our team. Bonnie has practiced emergency veterinary medicine and surgery in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 12 years; her skill, compassion, and medical philosophy will truly enhance the quality of care we strive to provide to your loved ones.

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OPEN HOUSE

Choosing Local WHY INVESTING IN THE ROARING FORK VALLEY IS A WISE MOVE ARTICLE SCOTT DILLARD & MATT RUBSAMEN | PHOTOGRAPHY ESTATEPHOTOVIDEO.COM - KIT MITCHELL

IN TODAY'S FINANCIAL WORLD, THOSE WITH AN INTER-

+ YEAR-ROUND MARKET METRICS: Unlike

EST IN INVESTING HAVE A WEALTH OF APPEALING

some of our neighboring resort communities like

OPTIONS. From the stock market and bond market to precious

Vail and Telluride, our valley has a solid year-

metals, real estate, and everything in between, some investors in

round economy that is not totally reliant on the

this valley look far and wide for large returns—but what if the best

ski resorts. Additionally, with the vast numbers of

investment is sitting right here in our own back yard? As brokers

entrepreneurs and other professionals choosing

who have worked in the community for years and helped many

to work remotely these days, we are seeing an

residents discover the power of investing in a tangible, real, local

influx of residents who have the ability to settle

asset that they can improve, manage, and take pride in owning,

down anywhere but instead choose to reside,

we know that choosing local has some immense benefits over

recreate, and work in our amazing valley.

buying in other areas. Here, we lay out a few of them:

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+ FUTURE DEMOGRAPHICS: Like it or not,

+ BARRIER OF ENTRY: Investment properties that “make sense”

we live in one of the most beautiful places in the

can be difficult to find in our valley but when you do, they are even

world—and the secret is out. We would love to

more difficult to replicate or compete with. With large land and con-

blame this phenomenon on the Ikon pass, but truth

struction costs it is almost impossible for a new developer to compete

be told, the trend of newcomers relocating to our

with the existing market. This contrasts significantly with larger met-

community has been in motion for decades for a

ropolitan areas where urban sprawl is constantly changing markets.

variety of reasons. By 2050, estimates predict that

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Garfield and Pitkin counties could grow by an additional 45,000 new residents. And guess what? They all need a place to live and work.So those are a few reasons why it’s smart to invest locally, but let’s also discuss how to make it happen. We’ve found that two of the most common ways locals are investing in valley real estate are: + OUTRIGHT PROPERTY OWNERSHIP: In this case, investors purchase a property and then solely own and manage the property. If an investor can afford to purchase a property on his/her own, this grants considerable opportunity to generate income and realize potential appreciation. Given the high cost of real estate in the Roaring Fork Valley, buying an investment property outright is often not a feasible option. Investors should keep in mind that owning an investment property, large or small, requires a significant amount of effort. Buyers should take time to consider: Do I have a workable business model? Am I prepared to be a landlord? Can I withstand an economic downturn and sustain finances through a certain vacancy rate? + PARTNERSHIPS: If buyers don’t have access to capital allowing them to invest alone, they can pool funds and generate a limited liability company (LLC) to invest in real estate. By doing so, this of course allows a group of investors that cannot or are not willing to purchase a property solely to group together and buy assets as an LLC. Investors can even pool IRA and 401K funds into local real estate investments. Don’t let the wolves of Wall Street manage your retirement funds when you could invest those funds in a local, tangible asset.  Whether you plan on purchasing investment properties yourself or with partners, it is crucial to seek a trusted, professional commercial broker to assist you. Together we sold over $20 million

Scott Dillard (left) and Matt Rubsamen analyze pro forma numbers on a prospective purchase for an investor client.

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OPEN HOUSE

(CON TI N U ED)

Integrated Mountain Properties' new Carbondale office has been open for business since January.

Scott Dillard and Matt Rubsamen are brokers with Integrated Mountain Properties. Scott is one of the few

in investment real estate in 2018 alone, and we are honored every

brokers in the Roaring Fork Valley with

time we become a local buyer’s first call when they’re considering an

the prestigious CCIM Designation,

investment in the valley. We not only assist clients in building their

which makes him a recognized expert

portfolios, but we strive to practice what we preach by consistently

in commercial and investment real

investing in Roaring Fork Valley real estate ourselves. Our new office location at Integrated Mountain Plaza in Carbondale further demonstrates our commitment to choosing local. We also proudly help our clients acquire investment properties through IRA and 401K funds, which have turned into incredible investments for them over the years. If you would like to learn more about investing in our valley, we hold informal luncheons at The Goat in Carbondale on the second Wednesday of every month. Please RSVP at DillardTeam.Integrated@ gmail.com if you would like to join us. We hope to see you soon. 22

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INSPIRED BY

Master of His Universe CROSSFIT GAMES CHAMP ROBBIE DAVIS IS THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, HEART, AND HUMILITY IT’S NO WONDER ROBBIE DAVIS HOLDS

this billboard happens to be in the same vicinity

THE CROSSFIT TITLE “FITTEST ON EARTH”

as his wife Joanne’s Jobody Pilates studio. It’s

TWO-TIMES RUNNING. Growing up in Northern

kinda hard to miss. When asked about it, Robbie

California, his family was super active; team

chuckles dismissively, pointing to the community

sports, the outdoors, and adventure were all cat-

spirit among businesses versus any personal

alysts for a love of fitness in his younger years.

recognition. Although recognition and winning

Robbie’s father had a large influence, as did his

do feel good, he admits with a smile in his voice.

older brother, three years his senior.

Robbie’s voice alone speaks volumes about

“He and his buddies always beat up on me,”

who he is: warm, soft spoken, and quick to laugh.

Robbie laughs. “They would get me to do things

The humility he feels around his CrossFit accom-

first, and then try it themselves.”

plishments is appealing. It’s almost as though he

As a man in his prime now, Robbie exudes the inner confidence and rigor those experiences instilled in him, but none of the bravado one might expect.

himself can’t believe it, despite the intensity of years of training. “Winning the titles was an accumulation of a

“I grew up in Redwood City,” he says, “halfway

ton of work. When you get ‘invited’ to the game?

between San Francisco and San Jose. My dad

Usually you qualify, but to be invited? They weed

worked in the record business. We were always

out the best in the world. And you’re going

around a lot of artists and creative people. You

to compete with the best in the world,” he says.

could say it was a more hippie-ish upbringing.”

“Even just going is a big honor; it proves all the

Which, in the long run, has made for quite a humble, easygoing athlete. Parked

behind

Crystal

work you’ve been doing. And to follow up with a repeat was pretty awesome.”

in

To date: Robbie secured third place Masters in

Carbondale is a very flattering, larger-than-

River

Spas

his age division, 45-49, in 2016. In 2017, he flat out

life black and white billboard photo of Robbie

won it. And did so again in 2018.

working out. Men give blood, sweat, and tears

Currently, he enjoys the thought of taking a

to look like he does, to achieve such a state of

year or two off to focus on enjoying life, hanging

sheer physical capacity and masculinity. And

out, and enjoying the fulfillment he derives from

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“WE’VE GOT A REALLY ECLECTIC GROUP OF PEOPLE AT CROSSFIT BONEDALE, IT ’S WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT FROM MOST BOXES IN THE VALLEY. WHEN YOU COME TO CLASS, IT ’S A SNAPSHOT. THERE ARE NO REAL CLIQUES. EVERYONE IS WELCOME.”

owning and running CrossFit Bonedale, the box he

prescribed weight, repetitions, or times to achieve,

and Joanne opened together in 2009. CrossFitters

which are very effective training metrics.

refer to their gym as the “box,” an often bare-

And that’s what draws Robbie to CrossFit: irre-

bones, utilitarian space dedicated to extreme

futable training techniques with proven outcomes.

workouts with a specific set of equipment.

Last year, training alongside her husband,

In the land of endless mountains and about 300

Joanne placed 15th in the CrossFit qualifiers.

days of sunshine a year, many Colorado athletes

Now, as Robbie gives his own body a rest, he

scoff at working out within four walls—a box.

looks forward to supporting Joanne’s training

“Everyone has their own way to find their

and her bid for a 2020 CrossFit title. As a coach,

empowerment. For me, owning a box, I always

Robbie says he thrives on watching people “grow

say first and foremost, it doesn’t matter what

and push the boundaries of what they think

you’re doing, as long as you get out and move.

they’re capable of...to break down the walls of

Secondly, for me to watch when people start

what they think, or what someone else thinks is

moving barbells, getting the technique, moving

possible for them to accomplish. That’s the thing

a bit of weight around, you can see their whole

about CrossFit. It’s a mental game.”

demeanor change. It’s incredible, really,” Robbie

Robbie views the box as community, a

says with quiet awe. “They’re more confident,

CrossFit family. Everyone cheers everyone

sure of themselves, even in their daily life. It’s just

on. When the last few people are gasping and

a weird thing. I see it all the time, even more so

grunting through the work out, or someone is

with women than men.”

straining for a personal best, the entire box cir-

And this makes Robbie happy.

cles up, shouting and cheering them on. Even at

Twenty years ago, he fell in love with Joanne

the CrossFit Games where Robbie and Joanne

through their shared love of fitness. She has a bal-

compete, between events the competitors are

let and gymnastics background, which demands

all in the same family; it’s hugs all around. That

the self-discipline, training, and goal-setting

culture of inclusivity is paramount to Robbie.

inherent to an active life. In fact, it was she who

“We’ve got a really eclectic group of people at

was doing CrossFit when Robbie first tried it out.

CrossFit Bonedale,” he says. “It’s what makes us

He loved the faster pace and the ever-changing

different from most boxes in the valley. When you

nature of the workouts, all with benchmarks.

come to class, it’s a snapshot. There are no real

CrossFit has what are called Rx workouts, with

cliques. Everyone is welcome.”

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TREND SETTER

TRENDY CUTS

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THE STYLES YOU WANT + HOW TO GET THEM

The FADE There are many different types of fades, but ultimately a fade haircut is one that tapers in length the further down you go on the back and sides, meaning it isn’t trimmed to just one standard length all around. The level of fade (low, mid or high) depends on what point the shortest part of the hair begins to fade into a longer length. ASK FOR Taper fade, low fade, mid fade, high fade or skin fade

The man bun This popular style is good for many types of hair as long as you have a lot of it. You’ll need length in the front, back and sides generally long enough to at least brush your shoulders. KEEP IT CLEAN Be sure to keep your sideburns and neckline trimmed even as your hair grows out.

The quiff Closely related to the pompadour, the quiff haircut requires longer hair in the front and shorter hair in the back. The longer hair in the front is brushed upward and back from the forehead and away from the face. This look can be sleek and shiny for a classic look or texturized and matte for a modern take. ASK FOR Short sides and a long textured top. Be sure enough hair is left on top to brush back instead of standing straight up.

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JUNE

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

1, 6, 8, 20 & 22

8

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SUMMER ART WORKSHOPS WITH SARAH UHL

WESTERN SLOPE UKULELE JUNE JAM

OPENING NIGHT: "TRIBES"

Third Street Center

Opening night champagne reception

Artist and environmental advocate

Say "Aloha" to summer at the first-

for TRTC's "Tribes." Born deaf, Billy

Sarah Uhl hosts a series of work-

ever ukulele festival in Carbondale!

has been surrounded his entire life

shops for all skill levels this month.

1-6 p.m. Sponsored by Glenwood

by a family of idiosyncratic, fiercely

The themed workshops will focus on

Music and the Crystal UkuLadies &

competitive intellectuals who take

developing the creative voice, paint-

UkuDudes. Free admission; please

their hearing for granted. When beau-

ing with the imagination, and more.

register. To register for the workshops

tiful Sylvia finally breaks his “silence”

The final session features plein air

and festival, contact Stephanie Askew

by teaching him sign language, Billy

painting at Thomas Lakes. Cost: $60-

at

discovers his heart, his dignity, and a

125 (supplies provided). Each session

or 214.405.8040.

Carbondale Historic Jailhouse

Thunder River Theatre Company

Stephanie1Askew@yahoo.com

much larger world. Full ticket and show

limited to eight participants; register

details at ThunderRiverTheatre.com.

8-9

at SarahUhl.com.

5

15

SUMMERFEST BALLOON BASH Crown Mountain Park

Head to El Jebel for the mid-val-

Rock Bottom Ranch

ley's

"Roaring Stories" is the Community

summer! This beautiful hot air

Enjoy the first Music on the Mountain

Office

Efficiency’s

balloon and community festival

concert of the 2019 season, featuring

(CORE) second annual live storytell-

welcomes locals and visitors alike

the Missing Link Band and Dance of

ing event, presented in partnership

for family-friendly activities, food,

the Sacred Fire. Starting at 4 p.m.,

with ACES and Writ Large. This

entertainment, and more. The fun

ride the brand new gondola, bus, or

collaborative event is part of our

begins at 7 a.m. on June 8 with

Adventure Vehicle up the mountain

joint efforts to unite the Roaring

the balloon launch. Find the event

for free with the donation of a canned-

Fork Valley to take action on the

on Facebook for updates, or visit

food item for LIFT-UP. Music begins

environment by saving energy. 6 p.m.

CrownMtn.org.

at 6 p.m. Come celebrate summer!

for

Resource

third

annual

kick-off

to

More details at AspenCORE.org 

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GLENWOOD DOWNTOWN MARKET OPENING DAY

"ELLIPSIS": RESIDENT ARTIST SOLO EXHIBITION

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park

GlenwoodCaverns.com

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and AspenNature.org.

Centennial Park

21-23 STRAWBERRY DAYS FESTIVAL Sayre Park

Enjoy live music and community

The Glenwood Springs Chamber

Carbondale Clay Center

while shopping for fresh local pro-

Resort

Association

From 6-8 p.m., enjoy the open-

duce and other wonderful goods

122nd

annual

ing reception of "Ellipsis," a solo

at Glenwood's Downtown Market,

Festival. Enjoy delicious food, ven-

exhibition

by

Carbondale

presents

Strawberry

the Days

Clay

held every Tuesday from June 11

dor fair, entertainment, live music,

Artist Savanna

through September 17 at the cor-

kids' activities, crowning of Miss

LaBauve. "Ellipsis" will be on view at

ner of 9th and Grand! Come for the

Strawberry Days, the annual Saturday

the gallery June 7-28. Regular gallery

downtown atmosphere and visit with

morning parade down Grand Avenue,

hours are Monday through Friday, 10

neighbors from 4-8 p.m. every week.

and many other summer traditions

a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information,

GlenwoodMarket.com

families have loved for generations!

Center Resident

contact

info@carbondaleclay.org.

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JUNE

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

24-26

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ROSYBELLE MOBILE MAKER BUS CAMP: DIGITAL MUSIC

GLENWOOD SPRINGS SUMMER OF MUSIC

Join us for an amazing opportu-

The Glenwood Springs Summer of

nity to learn turntable scratch and

Music kick-off is not to be missed!

mix, beats lab, digital composition

Bring the family for this wonder-

and editing, and garage band.

ful community tradition and enjoy

Come and explore the Star Lab,

Recommended for ages seven to 14.

performances by the Jazz Aspen

an inflatable, portable planetarium

This camp takes place June 24-26

Snowmass summer students at 6:30

that will bring plenty of “oohs” and

from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. each

p.m. and headliner Michelle Sarah

“ahs” and inspire you to engage in

day. Space is limited, and registra-

Band at 7:30 p.m. Michelle Sarah is

a better understanding of the world

tion is required. Contact Caroline

a powerful singer/songwriter known

around us. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Groups

Cares at 970.927.4311 (ext. 1021) or

for explosive vocals, creative energy,

and individuals are required to sign

CCares@basaltlibrary.org to register.

and a dynamic blend of soul/funk.

up in advance. Contact Caroline

GlenwoodSpringsSummerofMusic.org

Cares at 970.927.4311 (ext. 1021) or

Basalt Regional Library

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Join Carbondale-based Wilderness

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Two Rivers Park

thermal wetland. 7:30 p.m. Events are free but registration is required; visit RoaringFork.org.

27-29 STAR LAB

Basalt Regional Library

CCares@basaltlibrary.org to register.

26 & 27 FAMILY NIGHTS AT FILOHA Filoha Meadows

Workshop for the third annual gala in

Join Roaring Fork Conservancy to

Aspen to protect our wild lands with

learn all about fireflies, bats, and

guest speakers, live music, and an ele-

bugs during the first Family Nights

We are always accepting sub-

gant seasonal dinner. All proceeds of the

at Filoha of the season! In this beau-

missions for events you'd like to

event benefit Wilderness Workshop’s

tiful open space near Redstone,

see included in our Calendar sec-

programs. For more information, con-

kids and parents can play games,

tion. Submissions are accepted

tact Rebecca Mirsky at 970.963.3977.

catch fireflies, and learn about the

via

WildernessWorkshop.org

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PRESIDENT TOM ICE ON SUMMER PREPAREDNESS

HOW DID YOU BECOME INVOLVED WITH SEARCH AND RESCUE? Ice: In 2004 a  friend mentioned that he was a member of the Search and Rescue  team, and invited me to a training meeting. I attended and met a lot of very nice people who shared some of their experiences, which piqued my interest further.   WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON MISTAKES MADE BY

Tom Ice performing a technical ropes rescue mission on the Flat Tops, 19 miles north of Glenwood Springs.

SUMMERTIME ADVENTURERS? Ice: Terrain, elements, and under-preparedness initiate most of our calls. Do some research on the area you’ll be recreating in. Weather, snow, water and trail conditions, route familiarization, and having the proper gear is crucial. Always let somebody know where you’re going and when you’ll return.

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ARE ANY AREAS OF GARFIELD COUNTY ESPECIALLY PRONE TO ACCIDENTS?

Ice: My greatest joy comes from working and training with our membership to attain a high skill level in many aspects of search

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WHAT'S YOUR TOP ADVICE FOR SUMMER SAFETY?

the camaraderie and adventure. Though we have always completed

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the missions we have been called out for, our biggest challenge is

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train hard, maintain mission readiness, and respond at a moment’s

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