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THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION

VOX POP What’s the most bizarre form of exercise you’ve ever tried? DANIELLE GROSS A SPEN

“Walking lunges are really awkward to do.”

BRETT LYONS A SPEN

“I have never done anything out of the ordinary. I do normal things.”

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“I did TRX Suspension Training one time and it was really hard. It was bizarre for the 30 minute duration you’re suspended by your arms doing exercises with just the stability of your feet, so all of your body weight and gravity is going into your arms. It’s an unnatural workout.”

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In the land of getting nothing done FLEEING THE BURNING city of Sodom, Lot’s wife famously looked back — despite God’s order not to — and turned into a pillar of salt. The writer Kurt Vonnegut said it was for that act, the turning back, that he loved her so much: It was such a human thing to do. I, too, fled what felt like a burning city recently — the Washington, D.C. — just as the shutdown began. I was there with a Who’s Who of snowsports Illuminati from the nonprofit Protect Our Winters. Assembled were some 17 athletes, climbers and businesspeople, including three-time Everest summiteer Conrad Anker, two-time Olympic snowboarding gold medalist Seth Wescott, David Ingemie, the head of the snowsports industry’s trade group; and executives from Burton, Black Diamond and K2. Our mission: Convince members of the House and the Senate that they need to act on the climate crisis, and urge them to support (or at least not oppose) President Obama’s plan to use the EPA’s authority to regulate carbon dioxide emissions. The visit had been planned for months; it pulled athletes out of training, executives out of boardrooms, and climbers off the mountains. But unfortunately, the shutdown started the night of our arrival. Two of our most important meetings, with the EPA and the White House Council on Environmental Quality, were instantly cancelled. But then something surprising happened. We ended up having more and better meetings with more lawmakers than we’d had on any past visits. It was as if, in the heart of the dysfunction, certain elected officials decided they had something to prove — maybe that they could at least listen to constituents, even if they couldn’t act. And so, even as federal employees were being furloughed across the nation, a few elected officials in D.C. showed up for work. Many disagreed with us, of course, but they all listened, including Sens. Susan Collins, R-Me., Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, Jon Tester, D-Mont., and the chief of staff for Michael Bennet, D-Colo. Climate champion Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., set up a press conference on the capitol lawn for us; Bernie Sanders, Ind.-Vt., stopped en route to another meeting to give us a pep talk. The athletes took time out for this trip because they see climate change as a threat to their livelihood and the economic future of their sport and sponsors, and also to their passion, to a piece of themselves called winter. Forrest Shearer, a professional snowboarder who has been featured frequently in the Patagonia catalog, said

quietly at dinner that he’d come to Washington because “it’s my duty.” Our last meeting of the day, before the government shut down altogether, was with the outgoing Democratic senator from Montana, Max Baucus. He seemed exhausted by the on dysfunction in Washington. Baucus was one of the driving forces behind the updated Clean Air Act, and recently introduced climate adaptation legislation. Coming from a coal state, it was clear that climate policy was a tough issue for him. Indeed, in a letter to the president, he had expressed discomfort with Obama’s use of the EPA to regulate CO2 — the very action we were in D.C. to defend. But Baucus engaged with our group at the end of the day for so long that it was almost awkward. His wife called. He left to call her and came back. His staffer handed him a note. He looked at it and said: “Can you ask if we can call him back?” He said: “I’m staying here because I care about this issue.” But, he pointed out, he was also working on health care, on tax reform and on immigration. And progress was slow. We talked about how the senator had even discussed potentially putting a carbon tax on the table as part of a tax reform deal. The attempt hit a wall. What Washington had become, the meeting suggested, was both baffling and deeply frustrating to Baucus, a 35-year veteran of the Senate known for his ability to work across the aisle and make deals. Washington today seems to be an inhuman place. The real people are suffering from the shutdown out in the hinterlands , like the kids who work for concessionaires at national parks and now get no pay, or the guy who told NPR that he’d spent $30,000 to raft the Grand Canyon with his family and friends, renting gear and taking kids out of school and planning it for a year. His dream vacation was destroyed when the national parks closed. As we got ready to leave the city, pro snowboarder Danny Davis, a 20-something stuffed into a suit, sporting a burly mustache and unruly curls, said our talk with Baucus had been the best meeting — by far — of our long day. The senator was, he said, “a real person.” Maybe the best advice in Washington today comes from an ancient Hebrew saying: “In a place where there are no people, try to be a person.”

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Auden Schendler is a contributor to Writers on the Range, a service of High Country News (hcn.org). He is the board chair of the nonprofit Protect Our Winters and lives in Colorado.

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THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION FILM THE FILM VERSION of Mel Brooks’ musical “The Producers” couldn’t possibly live up to the expectations created by the Broadway production. The stage version, which opened in 2001, set records for the most Tony Awards won and for ticket sales. The film, released in 2005, received soso reviews and did poorly at the box office. Expectations aside, however, the film hit its primary mark — it is hilarious, an old-fashioned shot of show-biz shtick filled with clever dialogue and lyrics. Lovers of Broadway are advised to give the movie — starring the duo of Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick from the Broadway production — a chance. But the good news for local audiences is that a stage version is just ahead. Aspen Community Theatre’s “The Producers,” starring Bob Moore and Corey Simpson and directed by Wendy Moore, runs Nov. 8-17 at the Aspen District Theatre.

Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Uma Thurman star in the 2005 film version of “The Producers.” Aspen Community Theatre’s stage production of the Mel Brooks’ musical opens Nov. 8 at the Aspen District Theatre.

CURRENTEVENTS VISUAL ARTS THE CURRENT Roaring Fork Open represents the last time work by local artists will be exhibited at the Aspen Art Museum’s present building, the iconic red brick building that has housed the museum since its founding in 1979. There are issues floating about the museum’s mission, about the upcoming relocation to its new downtown space, about its shifting relationship with the local community of artists over the past 34 years, and there is probably no better place to consider these matters than standing amidst the art now on display. If nothing else, the 120 or so works — some of them captivating, all of them worth your time — confirm the commitment the Roaring Fork Valley shows to the visual arts. As does the presence of the Aspen Art Museum itself. The Roaring Fork Open runs through Sunday, Oct. 27; the final Local Taste of Art event, with a sampling of cuisine inspired by the art, is on Saturday, Oct. 26.

“Abstraction #81” by Andrew Roberts-Gray is part of the Roaring Fork Open exhibition, showing at the Aspen Art Museum through Sunday, Oct. 27.

Novelist Emily Miller, the current writer in residence with the Aspen Writers’ Foundation, gives a reading Tuesday, Oct. 29 at the Woody Creek Community Center.

WRITTEN WORD QUIETLY BUT significantly in recent months, the Aspen Writers’ Foundation has elevated its writers in residence program. The quiet way the Writers’ Foundation has handled bumping up the program is appropriate: mostly, what the residency offers the writers is silence — a cabin in a secluded part of the upper valley in which to do their work. And the events surrounding the residencies have been held at the slightly out-of-theway Woody Creek Community Center. But the program has made a noticeable impact on writers and audiences. August’s resident, Matt Batt, says he got two to three years worth of writing done in a month; Adam Haslett gave a memorable reading of his novel-in-progress in September. Emily Miller, the current resident, will read from her debut novel, “Brand New Human Being,” on Tuesday, Oct. 29 in Woody Creek. Next up, in December, is Rowan Ricardo Phillips, who recently was given the PEN Award for poetry.

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FROM the VAULT

by TIM WILLOUGHBY

Professional women’s baseball teams toured the country; this team stopped in Aspen in 1898.

BLOOMER GIRLS ASPEN BECAME a stronghold for suffragettes, women who pushed the envelope on women’s rights and who elevated opportunities for others of their sex. Therefore it seems appropriate that one of the best-known professional women’s baseball teams played Aspen in 1898. Women’s professional baseball began in the 19th century, yet when the Bloomer Girls arrived in Aspen, the sport had not reached its prime. You have seen the photo of the Bloomer Girls posed in front of a railroad car, occasionally reprinted in the newspaper. That photo is one of my favorites, so I recently looked into the history of their visit. To begin with, leagues of women baseball players were referred to generically as “bloomer girls” because they suited up for play in the Turkish-style trousers championed by suffrage pioneer Amelia Bloomer. She advocated for women to wear such clothing in order to enjoy greater comfort than more complicated popular fashions afforded. A look beyond the bloomers in the accompanying photo reveals that the “Girls” were not all girls. Mixed teams formed, and because no women (with a few exceptions) were allowed to play against men’s professional baseball teams, women challenged only local men’s teams. Despite their limited competition,

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the Boston Bloomer Girls funded their own railroad train that allowed them to play throughout Colorado: Denver, Loveland, Fort Collins, Leadville, Glenwood Springs and Aspen. When

and 300 in Aspen). In addition to a performance of the major spectator sport of the time, the players — women against the popular local nine — guaranteed gold, without the

IN ADDITION TO A PERFORMANCE OF THE MAJOR SPECTATOR SPORT OF THE TIME, THE PLAYERS — WOMEN AGAINST THE POPULAR LOCAL NINE — GUARANTEED GOLD, WITHOUT THE PAIN OF PROSPECTING. AS THE ASPEN TIMES PUT IT, “PEOPLE DID NOT PAY THEIR MONEY SO MUCH TO SEE FAST BALL AS THEY DID TO SEE THE GIRLS LINE UP IN THEIR ABBREVIATED GARMENTS.” Leadville fielded their City Council against the “girls,” the council lost 11 to 32. Glenwood’s team won 13 to 9 and Aspen more than doubled the Bloomer Girls’ score, 18 to 8. Ameliorating that dubious record, women’s teams did not have to win to make money. They walked away with a percentage of the gate: 75 percent in Denver. Nonetheless, sponsors profited because they drew goodsized crowds (estimated between 200

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pain of prospecting. As The Aspen Times put it, “people did not pay their money so much to see fast ball as they did to see the girls line up in their abbreviated garments.” Aspen trumped Maud Nelson, a great star of women’s baseball. Just 17-yearsold, Nelson typically took the field as the starting pitcher. After (usually) striking out most batters, she would yield her position to play third base, where she would rest for her almost-daily game

schedule. With Nelson as pitcher, in one season the Boston Bloomer Girls won 28 games in 26 days. When she retired from pitching, Nelson and her husband took over management and ownership of the All Star Ranger Girls. An eagle-eyed scout, she signed key male and female players as she toured the country. Women’s professional baseball ensured crowds from 1890 to 1934, emboldening their sponsors to introduce night games. Some of the male team members (from around three per team) moved on to minor and major league baseball, and a few women attempted to make that leap. Lizzie Arlington signed on as the first woman to play professional men’s baseball the same year that the Boston Bloomers played Aspen. In 1931, Jackie Mitchell struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in an exhibition game between the Yankees and the Chattanooga Lookouts. Often a bellwether of popular trends, Aspen historically attracted circuses, entertainers, national-profile speakers and politicians. A visit by the Bloomer Girls provided an afternoon of temporary fun as well as an introduction to a run of women’s successes that would hit home during the upcoming century. Tim Willoughby’s family story parallels Aspen’s. He began sharing folklore while teaching for Aspen Country Day School and Colorado Mountain College. Now a tourist in his native town, he views it with historical perspective. Reach him at redmtn@ comcast.net.

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ON OCT. 3, 1908, the Aspen Democrat included an article about a “surprise party” that was inspired by the fall harvest. The party was organized by members of the Pythian Sisters, an auxiliary of the fraternal Order of the Knights of Pythias. According to the paper, “the Pythian Sisters, learning that one of their favorite members had just harvested a fine crop of excellent potatoes and being possessed of a large supply of fresh pork, and being in proper mood, decided to take the home of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dolan, on Castle Creek, by storm last evening, which they did by inviting the Knights and proceeding in a body to surprise this jolly couple and, incidentally, have a pork and potato bake, taking with them the trimmings in the way of cake, fruit, etc. The hostess, after a few minutes of confusion, showed her ability to entertain and made every person present feel at ease. All was merriment until a late hour when it was concluded. A surprise and a pork and potato bake was a fine combination and the hope was expressed that another might occur in the near future.”

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A NEW YORK FRAME OF MIND 30 HOURS IN MANHATTAN, WITH A YOUTHFUL TWIST

A FEW WEEKS BEFORE my son’s 8th birthday, we were talking about traveling. Paris, China, Africa and even Harry Potter World were all thrown out in conversation. As I tucked him in I asked, “If there was just one place in the world you would go, where would it be?” He pointed to the world map next to his bed and laid his finger atop New York. AMIEE WHITE BEAZLEY “New York City,” he said definitively. “It’s my favorite place in the world.” Tanner had visited New York once before with our family. It made such an impact on him that he cried when we arrived at Grand Central to take the train home to nearby family on the East Coast. He talked about the trip constantly over the following year — the architecture, the Empire State Building and the Natural History Museum. As I left the room, I thought to myself, this is something I can do: just me and my 8-year-old Tanner, together. Urban adventurers. A trip he would always remember. But this time, I decided not to let him in on the planning of the trip. I wanted it to be a surprise. So I did a bit of leg work: booked a great hotel in mid-town close to all of the activities I had planned, and purchased tickets to a Lego art show, and a Broadway production. The night before we were to set off I filled him in on the plans. He jumped into my arms, gave me a kiss and ran to bed. The following morning we were up at 6 a.m. to catch an early train into the City. We watched out the window as the landscape changed from the pastoral to the suburban to the exotic, jutting skyline of the metropolis. Suddenly, were in the thick of Penn Station with our first task ahead of us: the subway. After a few missed connections — and a lot of laughs — we arrived at The Ace Hotel. Home to The Breslin and The John Dory Oyster Bar restaurants, The Ace is about as hip of a city hotel as can be. A turn-of-the-century building transformed into an altar to city life: Pumping music, hipsters looming over laptops in the moody reception hall, young tattooed front desk agents. We took the elevator

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to our room, which was decked out in retro music industry décor. Tanner lifted up an LP from the turntable that was stationed in the room and asked, “What is this?” We dropped our bags and made our way downstairs to The Breslin for a late breakfast. “Best sandwich of my life,” he reported, as he downed a bacon and cheese on in-house brioche. The summer sun allowed us to walk almost anywhere. Our first stop was the New York Public Library. The architecture and history of this civic wonder was worth the visit alone. But even better was the exhibit on children’s literature. We explored “Where the Wild Things Are,” “Alice in Wonderland,” and yes, even “Harry Potter.” Next stop was Nathan Sawaya’s “Art of the Brick” exhibit at the

ART: Nathan Sawaya: Art of the Brick Discovery Museum Times Square, New York Through Jan. 5, 2014 www.discoverytsx.com DINING: Charlie Bird 5 King St., 212.235.7133 www.charliebirdnyc.com

WHEN I TOOK MY 8-YEAR-OLD BOY TO NEW YORK FOR HIS BIRTHDAY, I THOUGHT I’D TEACH HIM A THING OR TWO ABOUT EXPLORING THE WORLD. BUT HE TAUGHT ME MORE THAN I EVER EXPECTED. Discovery Museum. Tanner’s dream life laid out before him: making art out of Legos forever! Sawaya re-creates iconic paintings and sculptures in Lego, but also makes his own contemporary art sculpture. As we left, Tanner said, “I’m so inspired. I can’t believe Legos are something I can do when I grow up.” The remains of the day included a stop at Times Square, Toys R Us, and preparation for Tanner’s birthday dinner at Ryan Hardy’s new Soho eatery, Charlie Bird. Hardy, formerly of The Little Nell, offers a new take on new Italian cuisine at Charlie Bird — sometimes rustic, sometimes forward-thinking. The lively atmosphere pared with food Tanner loved and a warm, chocolate dessert with candles to wish upon helped make the evening special. When we left, Tanner and I meandered over to

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the firehouse across the street on 6th Ave., where we looked over the memorial pictures of the firemen lost at this downtown firehouse on 9/11 and since. It was a sober reminder of the world around us, and the sacrifice New Yorkers made on that day. We talked a lot about what happened, how the city rebuilt itself physically and mentally, and why it was so important to live each day to the fullest. We rode the subway home that night holding hands. The next morning was a whirlwind: An appearance on “The Today Show” (yes, we had a sign and high-fived Al Roker), some shopping at the Lego Store at Rockefeller Center, a stroll through Central Park and great seats for “The Lion King” on Broadway. That evening after having an early dinner with friends, we made our way back to

Penn Station and settled into our train seats. As we rumbled along the tracks, and watched the sun set over the City, I turned to Tanner and asked him what his favorite part of the trip had been. I had my suspicions: Was it the Legos built into the Acropolis? The amazing performances on Broadway? The pistachio gelato at Eataly? “It was when you looked at me and smiled,” he said. I didn’t know what to say. “Don’t I always do that?” I asked. “Yes,” he replied. “But this time I really knew you were happy just being with me.” Maybe it didn’t take a trip to New York to get that experience, but I’d travel to the ends of the earth to have it. Now if I can only stop time and do it all over again. Amiee White Beazley writes about travel for the Aspen Times Weekly and other publications. Follow her on Twitter @awbeazley1, or email awb@ awbeazley.com.


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THE NEW BLACK ROOSTER AS DENVER’S BRONCOS are symbolized by a rising stallion, so too are the wines of Chianti represented by a iconic image. Chianti Classico wines hail from the heart of Italy’s Tuscany region and can be identified by a drawing of a Black Rooster that adorns the labels on the neck of each bottle. The mark indicates that the wines are authentic examples of the region and adhere to strict standards of production. If you have been to Tuscany, you know KELLY J. HAYES just how beautiful the countryside is, how important food is to the people and how wine borders on being a religion. Actually, for many producers and consumers in Chianti, wine actually trumps religion. The wines under the Black Rooster label can be some of the best in the world and also represent some of the best values. Chianti is built on the Sangiovese grape. For a wine to wear the Rooster it must consist of at least 80 percent Sangiovese grapes grown in the Chianti Classico region. The wines, when consumed young, can be very fruity and vibrant with flavors of bright cherries and strawberries and a nose that smells like a basket of fresh-picked flowers, still holding dirt on their roots. Those that have the “Riserva” designation, indicating that they have been aged for at least 24 months after harvest, can be rich, lush and complex, and they can age for years. And this past spring, the Consorzio Vino Chianti Classico, which is the ruling body of the wines announced that there would be a new designation for the very best wines from the region. Called “Gran Selezione”, or Grand Selection, the wines that qualify for the new designation must come from the vintners best vineyards and be aged an additional six months, a total of 30 months before release. In addition, the “Gallo Nero” logo was revised and the wines featuring the new logo will be debuting this spring. The name “Chianti” was first used in reference to wine in 1389. But the region, with its sunny

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climate, hilly terrain and nurturing sandstone and clay soils, had been a Mecca for ancient winegrowers for centuries. In 1716, Grand Duke Cosimo III dé Medici of Tuscany’s ruling family decreed as law that a unique production zone would forever designate a portion of the landscape between Florence and Sienna. This was the first-known case of legislation defining a specific area as a wine-growing region and it provided the template for how wines are regulated around the world. In the centuries that followed, Chianti’s fortunes ebbed and flowed dramatically — and so too did the quality of wine production in the region. In 1924, a group of 33 winemakers who owned small vineyards banded together to form a consortium to protect both the image and the trademark of the region. They decided to create the Black Rooster, a traditional symbol of Chianti’s military, to put a defining mark, a face if you will, to the wines of Chianti. So far so good. But as the 1900s progressed, the lure of easy money caused the consortium to expand the borders of the region, bringing in more members but lowering the quality of the vineyards. They also adopted rules that allowed vintners to dilute the amount of Sangiovese grapes, the traditional base of Chianti, with cheaper, lower quality white-wine grapes. What followed was the creation of a “brand” that became better known for the strawwrapped bottles, called fiascos, that were sold at pizza parlors, than for wines of quality. In the 1970s there was, pardon the expression, a renaissance in Chianti for the Sangiovese grape. Laws were changed that restricted the use of Malvasia and Trebbiano grapes in the blend. Innovative winemakers began to use grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to make “Super Tuscan” wines that, though not officially classified as

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K.J.’S SUGGESTION This is a great time of year to settle in with a pizza and a good bottle of Chianti. These three are affordable and go well with pizza, cold nights and, of course, the Broncos.

BANFI CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA DOCG 2009 ($18) A dark, ruby-red wine with hints of earth and leather. Works great with pizza, but also great with a grilled skirt steak.

CASTELLO DI MONSANTO CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA DOCG 2009 ($21) Another great example of how good Sangiovese can be from a trusted maker; the beautiful estate graces the bottle.

BADIA A COLTIBUONO CHIANTI CLASSICO RESERVA 2010 DOCG ($15) As well known for their flavorful olive oils and their magnificent 11th-century estate not far from Sienna, this affordable bottle is a great wine for daily drinking.

Chianti Classico, opened the eyes of the public to the superior wines that could be produced with Sangiovese. All of this led the Consortium to rethink their role in the region and in the 1980s an initiative called “Chianti Classico 2000” was launched under the aegis of a brilliant young wine consultant named Carlo Ferrini, with the goal of producing higher quality Sangiovese vineyards. The result has been a change in how winemakers view their craft. Today, the Consorzio Vino Chianti Classico boasts more than 600 members, including 350 bottlers representing 95 percent of the growers in the region. With so many selections available it can be difficult to choose a great Chianti Classico, but if you look to well-known estates such as Badia a Coltibuono, Antinori and Banfi, the wines will be true representatives of modern Chianti Classico. Producers such as Isole e Olena and Brancaia can also be found in shops locally and can provide great value. Just look for the Black Rooster. Kelly J. Hayes lives in the soonto-be-designated appellation of Old Snowmass with his wife, Linda, and a black Lab named Vino. He can be reached at malibukj@aol.com.


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CHIANTI CLASSICO REVOLUTION THE MAKING OF THE CHIANTI CLASSICO GRAN SELEZIONE • Grapes must be grown by the winery itself • Minimum aging requirement: 30 months, including three months of bottle-aging • Stricter technical and sensory parameters In the words of the Consorzio: “No grapes grown by, or wines made by, any other entity can be used for wines in this category. This, in essence, disallows purchased fruit and bulk wine. The producers will grow, and intimately know, their own grapes and wine, thus making a product that speaks of their land in Chianti Classico.”

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BOOZY APPLE CIDER STAGES A COMEBACK, AND COLORADO IS DRINKING IT UP I WAS INTRODUCED to hard cider awhile before I could party publicly in America, and that was probably why I liked it. During my junior year of college, I studied abroad in Strasbourg, where I fell headover-heels for la vie bourgeoisie…and le cidre. It sounds fancy in French, but my quaff of choice was good ol‘ English Strongbow on tap: mouth-puckeringly AMANDA sweet, just 4.5% ABV, RAE and so carbonated it’s almost spicy. Cider fueled long, hazy nights during which my fellow expatriates and I would share host-family horror stories and attempt to flirt in a foreign language. Europe could be cold to us then, the first days of the Iraq War, but I took comfort in knowing what I wanted to drink when I walked into an unfamiliar bar, and it tasted of freedom. As often happens with such reminiscences, I cringe for my younger self and her questionable taste. When I returned stateside, I abandoned le cidre like the spring fling it was and resumed a torrid, perhaps misguided, affair with vodka. I haven’t thought about the brash Brit I met in France since. Until now. Five Colorado-based craft brewers from Cedaredge to Loveland are descending upon Delicious Orchards in Paonia for the 2nd Annual Colorado Hard Cider Festival on Nov. 2, which got me thinking: the time might be ripe for reconnection. Hard cider is currently the fastest growing segment of alcohol in the U.S. — sales in 2012 were up 65 percent over the previous year, according to National Public Radio — and I’ve seen more than a few gluten-free fiends guzzling the beverage lately. So last week I zipped over McClure Pass and through a reallife Bob Ross painting to meet Shawn Larson, head cider maker at Big B’s Hard Cider at North Fork Cellars, and find out how he turns fresh-pressed apple juice into a fizzy adult libation that’s flying off shelves. On a tour of the Delicious Orchards tasting room, Larson, 39, assures me that my adolescent experience was not unusual. “There are a lot of people whose access to hard cider before was Woodchuck, Strongbow,

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large corporations,” he says. “It’s not hideous, but like Budweiser: very crisp, sweet and bubbly, and after two or three you don’t taste ’em anyway.” Even Larson admits to downing the occasional Magner’s Irish Cider before he tried artisanal concoctions in France and Spain. In the last 10 or 15 years, craft breweries have been “using quality apples and quality juice, producing an awesome product,” Larson says. Big B’s Fabulous Juices, the 40-year old company owned by Jeff and Tracy Schwartz — whose

distribution is skyrocketing thanks to our growing obsession with all things organic — presses only 100 percent organic fruit grown in the orchard. That juice is the sole ingredient in Larson’s hard cider, which he’s been making here for just three years. Larson pours me a sample of his golden mainstay, Big B’s Hard Apple Cider. The sip tiptoes lightly across my tongue: crisp but not the least bit cloying. This is not the cider I once knew, and I’m not surprised that it won a silver medal at the 2013 Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition, the second largest event of its kind in the world. Spiced Apple Hard Cider reveals hints of clove, allspice and star anise; the blush-colored Cherry Apple Hard Cider is slightly tart, thanks to aging for up to three months with stone fruit à la Belgian beer-making techniques. “People expect it to be sweet, but its actually very dry,” Larson says. “There are a lot of wine characteristics [in cider]. It’s different every year: the weather, the amount of sugar in the fruit, the terroir — all affect the taste.” Larson, an avid beer home-

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brewer for 15 years, first tried his hand at hard cider while working at a specialty shop in Salt Lake City that sold fresh-pressed, unpasteurized apple juice. “The jugs would start puffing up,” Larson recalls. “My boss was gonna throw them away and I was like, ‘WAIT! I can do something with that.’ I made 50 gallons at home my first time making cider.” When Larson came aboard as manager of Delicious Orchards in 2010, making cider — considered wine, as it’s fermented from fruit — was a natural next step: the tasting room already had a vintner’s license. Larson’s first three batches sold out in three weeks. The 3,000 gallons he made last year? Gone. This year, Larson has pressed and fermented 6,000 gallons, of which customers have snapped up about a third already. “I can hardly keep up with filling the shelves,” Larson says. He credits the farm-to-table movement with fueling the trend. (He also cites other benefits: antioxidants; it being gluten-free.) As we roam the apple orchard — as old as the valley here in the shadow of Mount Lamborn, he estimates — Larson describes the

ill-fated past of what was once our country’s most beloved booze. “It was expensive to make beer; we didn’t have wine grapes here yet,” Larson says of Colonial times. “Anybody can have an apple tree in their yard; anybody can make hard cider.” Prohibition killed the trend. Farmers who had cultivated hundreds of cider-variety apple trees chopped them down, planting dessert apples in their place. “Hard cider never came back because the infrastructure of apples was gone,” Larson says. This modern-day Johnny Appleseed now grows a handful of cider-specific apple varieties here in the orchard, recently grafting Kingston Black, a traditional English variety, to the tops of 300 existing dessert-apple trees. He’s not alone; cider makers elsewhere in the state — Blossomwood Cidery in Cedaredge, the Colorado Cider Company in Denver — are doing the same. The only catch: though fermented cider requires just a few months in an aging cellar, there’s no hurrying the trees that bear fruit to make it. “It’s like the old adage: When’s the best time to plant an apple tree?” Larson asks. He doesn’t wait for a reply. “Ten years ago.” Well, better late than never. Amanda Rae hopes to try Shawn Larson’s experimental French pommeau at the Colorado Hard Cider Festival on Nov. 2. See you there? amandaraewashere@ gmail.com

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“Wine and cider pair so much better with food than beer does,” says Big B’s Hard Cider producer Shawn Larson. “Now, with a nice meal, I have cider. If the recipe calls for wine, I substitute cider. It goes with almost anything: pearled barley mushroom risotto, Mexican food, cheese, meats — there are so many opportunities to experiment. I made pears poached in hard cider: with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and candied thyme, it’s super good.”

2ND ANNUAL COLORADO HARD CIDER FESTIVAL Nov. 2, noon to 7 p.m. Free admission; tasting $10 BBQ, live music, orchard tours, free orchard camping Delicious Orchards Organic Farm Market 39126 Highway 133, Paonia 970.527.1110 drinklocally.com deliciousorchardstore.com

In Paonia, Big B’s Fabulous Juices — a refrigerator mainstay on the Western Slope for 40 years — presses up to 4 million pounds of apples each year, some especially for hard cider. In fact, Big B’s Hard Cider at North Fork Cellars won a silver medal at the 2013 Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition, the second largest event of its kind in the world.

PRODUCERS: Big B’s Hard Cider, Paonia The Colorado Cider Company, Denver Blown Spoke Hard Cider Company, Loveland Blossomwood Cidery, Cedaredge Branch Out Cider, Boulder

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Elegant Mountain-Style Core Duplex • Conveniently located on a quiet cul-desac in Aspen’s downtown core • 3 en-suite bedrooms, 2 half baths, 3,362 sq ft, 3 levels • Vaulted ceilings, abundant windows & views • Spacious top floor great room with wet bar • Lower-level family room, office, laundry room • 3 gas fireplaces, 2 decks, fenced dog run • 491 sq ft garage with built-in storage $6,300,000 Myra O’Brien | 970.379.9374 Wendy Wogan-Williams | 970.948.8948

Private Acreage in East Aspen 3.3 private acres with pond and stream Gorgeous views in the exclusive East End Across from North Star Preserve Close to town, recent approvals $4,900,000 Ed Zasacky | 970.379.2811

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Exceptional Views from Maroon Greens 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 4,492 sq ft Deck, vaulted ceilings, mountain views On-site management, worry-free ownership Close to slopes of Tiehack & Buttermilk $4,750,000 $4,495,000 Furnished Llwyd Ecclestone | 970.456.6031 AspenSkiMaroonCreek.com

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Owl Creek Home #1 4 bedrooms, 5 baths, click-in/out ski access Den functions as a 5th bedroom Soothing mountain views Multiple decks for outdoor living $4,000,000 Partially Furnished Maureen Stapleton | 970.948.9331

On River’s Edge Angler’s paradise on 2.7 acres Over 400 ft of Roaring Fork frontage 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2,147 sq ft Newly constructed river pavilion $3,295,000 Furnished Mark Haldeman | 970.379.3372

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HOOP DREAMS BETTY “HOOPS” SHURIN SHARES HER PASSION FOR HULA-HOOPING by JEANNE MCGOVERN

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ike many Aspenites, Betty Shurin is into yoga, snowboarding and footraces. But Shurin — better known as “Betty Hoops” — puts her own spin on these activities. Literally.

“ALIGN THE SPINE, OPEN THE HIPS, FREE THE MIND.” — BETTY “HOOPS” SHURIN

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“What I do is fitness-based, combing the alignment of yoga with the power of mountain sports,” says Shurin, an earthy 43-year-old who has crafted a career out of the craft of hula-hooping. “But it offers the playfulness of hula-hooping. “Some people are skeptical; we dare them to come give it a try.” Toward that end, Shurin has developed a slate of classes (HoopCore Fitness, 4 Rhythm Hoop Dance), a line of hoop-centric equipment (The Betty Hoop, exercise DVDs, kids’ party packs) and more in her 15-years of hooping it up. “I challenge people to take a chance on this; they are rarely disappointed,” she says, adding that hooping is not just a business venture for her; it is a way of life. “Hooping fuses the mind and body,” Shurin says. “You really do get a hooper’s high.” And the craze seems to be spreading. Hulahooping has gained national attention of late, with First Lady Michelle Obama giving the sport a spin in her efforts to combat childhood obesity. Also fans of hoop-based workouts: celebrities Zooey Deschanel, Marisa Tomei, Liv Tyler, Beyonce and Olivia Wilde And on Oct. 5, the international hooping community celebrated World Hoop Day, with events held in far-flung places ranging from Iceland to Ireland and Michigan to Manilla. These high-profile endorsements only reinforce what Shurin’s known for years: “Hula-hooping is something anyone can do. It can be tailored to fit just about any need.” For Shurin, this means hooping in just about any situation — snowboarding down Buttermilk,

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How to Hula Hoop the Right Way

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Finding the Right Hoop

1.) Hoops more than 3 pounds and hoops with internal ridges have caused serious injury. 2.) The hoop should stand about 3 inches above your navel and weigh between 1-2 pounds. 3.) The Betty Hoop, called the Idiot Proof Hoop by everyone who uses it, is padded, collapsible and has a foam exterior. This padding adds a cushioned massage and grips the body when it spins. It’s six segments that come apart with the push of a button, making the hoop slightly wobbly. This actually hugs the body, spinning on a level plane, which makes it easier to keep up. It is safely weighted at just under 2 pounds. It is proven to have a 99 percent success rate for adults of all ages, sizes and abilities.

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sure; hanging at Mountain Fair, you bet; running the Bolder Boulder, of course. In fact, Shurin set a Guinness Book world record by hula-hooping the 10-kilometer Bolder Boulder in 2005. She went on to beat her own time every year for the next three years. “It’s really pretty amazing because I have no rhythm and am totally uncoordinated — I was actually kicked out of a step aerobics class because I had no rhythm,” says Shurin. That was then; this is now. And just last year, Shurin upped the ante on what can be accomplished while spinning a hoop around her waist. “Yes, we’re going for it again — but this time we’ve raised the bar,” Shurin said in March 2012, just weeks before she and her Team Hoop were slated to participate in the Hollywood Half-Marathon. “It’s going to be a challenge, that’s for sure. “But there are just two rules: no stopping and no dropping the hoop.” Shurin succeeded on both counts, traveling 13.1 miles with her hula hoop making more than 3,500 rotations on her way to a world record for “hula-hooping while distance running.” Of course Shurin doesn’t have tunnel

The Start and Stance

1.) Stand with feet hip-distance apart, either at neutral or with one foot in front of the other. 2.) Press the hoop into your back, holding it level to the floor. 3.) Hold the hoop close to your body.

THIS PAGE: Betty “Hoops” Shurin teaches her 4 Rhythm Hoop Dance Class at the Red Brick Center for the Arts recently (above); Shurin leads a group of middle school students in a hula-hooping drill (right). NEXT PAGE: Shurin and Team Hoop cross the finish line at the 2012 Hollywood Half Marathon, setting a new world record for “hula-hooping while distance running” (top); hula hoops keep kids entertained atop Aspen Mountain during the summer months.

The Spin

1.) Make sure the hoop starts with a level spin. If it wobbles during spin, it is because you are starting the spin with your hands too far away from you. 2.) Hold the hoop close to your waist. — excerpted from bettyhoops.com

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vision when it comes to hula-hooping. She sees it as a means to an end — from the physical (“it has completely eliminated my back pain”) to the mental (“it’s Zen-like for me”) and more. “Hooping has given me a chance to give back,” she says. For example, her half-marathon was also a fundraiser. Shurin partnered with the Los Angeles Youth Network, with proceeds from various hulahoop-related events going to the California-based nonprofit. “They are all about empowering kids who have had a tough time,” Shurin said. “It’s a cause that’s very close to my heart. ... My sister died young of a drug overdose. As a result, I have always wanted to help and empower young people.” It is a mantra Shurin says she will take with her everywhere hula-hooping takes her. “If people are open-minded, they will see the benefits hooping offers,” she says. “The sport, the fun...everything about it is empowering.”

“HULA-HOOPING BRINGS OUT THE KID IN EVERYONE.” — BETTY “HOOPS” SHURIN

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• The term “hula hoop” came from British sailors who had seen hula dancing in the Hawaiian islands and thought the two looked rather similar. • The original price of the hoop in 1958 was $1.98 • At the height of their popularity, Wham-O manufactured 20,000 hoops a day.

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• Japan and Indonesia banned the public use of hoops because it was not culturally acceptable to shake one’s hips in public — it was indecent. • Native American hoop dancer Tony White Cloud made a cameo appearance in “Valley of the Sun,” starring Lucille Ball, in 1942. He toured the U.S. and Europe with Gene Autry during WWII promoting war bonds and in 1952 danced in “Apache Country,” starring Gene Autry.

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• Billy Joel referenced the sale of the 100-millionth hula hoop by Wham-O as one of the most significant events of 1959 in his song “We Didn’t Start the Fire.” • Russia denounced the hoop as an example of the “emptiness of American culture.” • Wayout Toys created an Alvin the Chipmunk Doll that twirls a hula hoop and sings “Christmas Don’t Be Late.”

• Hula Hoops are a British potato-based snack — in the shape of short, hollow cylinders — first introduced in 1973. • Michael Turvey, of the University of Connecticut, won the 2004 Ig Noble Prize in Physics, along with Ramesh Balasurbramaniam, of the University of Ottawa, for exploring and explaining the dynamics of hula-hooping. — from hulahooping.com

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AROUNDASPEN

The SOCIAL SIDE of TOWN

by MARY ESHBAUGH HAYES

HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY A RECEPTION WAS HELD recently by Hospice of the Valley for Aspenites who are interested in the program and to introduce them to nurses and office personnel. Hospice focuses on caring, not curing, and it is fully covered by most insurance policies. Even though many people use it to MARY keep their loved one in ESHBAUGH their own home during HAYES a last illness, Hospice also can help people who are recuperating from an accident or an illness. Call them at 970.927.6650 for more information. I am so grateful to Hospice and nurse Caroline Field and her nurse’s aide for the care they gave Jim Hayes the last six months of his life. It made him happy and helped me so much. Aspenite Carole Schutter has written a book titled “The Ohana” (meaning the Family) that is about the mixed cultures of Hawaii. Using stories told to her by her mother and other relatives, Carole weaves a story spanning three generations of Korean, Japanese and Irish families...relating how they intermingle, intermarry and create the culture that is the Hawaii of today. Carole, who has lived in Aspen many years, grew up in Hawaii and is herself a mixture of several races. Anyone who has visited Hawaii will be enchanted by this book. It is available from Amazon.com. (“The Ohana,” published by River Ranch Press, author C.W. Schutter.) There were lots of Aspen connections recently at Lincoln Center in New York City for the opening of Alexander Brough’s film,”Charles Bradley: Soul of America.” Brough is the son of Sarah Diamond. The film was directed by Poull Brien, son of Aspen resident Alice Brien. Also in attendance were Poull’s sister, Lindsey MacDonald and brother-inlaw Steven MacDonald, both part-time Aspenites, Sarah Rankin, niece of local Moira Fiore, and childhood friends Chris Anastasi and Emily Sarpa. Undercurrent...Get ready for winter!

HOSPICE Lt. Col. Dick Merritt and George Baker and friends.

HOSPICE At Lincoln Center are Chris Anastasi, Sarah Diamond, her son Alexander Brough, and Sarah Rankin.

HOSPICE Barb and Steve Wickes

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Andrea Dill, development director of Hospice, and board member Mary Gould.

Carolyn Heldman and Dr. Doug Rovira.

HOSPICE Jayne and Bill Poss.

HOSPICE Drs. Kelly and Karen Locke.

HOSPICE Nures Robin Strecker and Caroline Field.

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ARTS&ENTERTAINMENT

MUSIC/ART/FILM/LITERATURE

by STEWART OKSENHORN

A WELCOMING NEW WHEELER

South African a cappella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo returns to the Wheeler Opera House in March.

THE LATEST RENOVATION of the Wheeler Opera House is all about comfort. That charmingly old-fashioned balcony, dating back to 1889, that caused even 7-year-olds to complain about the lack of leg-room, and the seats that didn’t quite face the stage are being replaced. The new seats will be wider, higher and, most noteworthy, at a greater distance from the seat in front of it. “We will be cheering the hearts and knees of our guests,” Gram Slaton, the Wheeler’s executive director, quipped in a press release. The Wheeler also seems to have comfort foremost in mind with the first round of acts it has announced for the upcoming winter season. Several of the artists are Wheeler regulars with a solid track record; some are even Aspen residents. Virtually all of them are on the seasoned side age-wise, and thus are not likely to be testing the decibel limits of the new construction. “It’s people who have sold out in the past,” Slaton said in an interview. “So it’s a good way to present the new Wheeler.” The remodel will be introduced Dec. 21 with composer and part-time Aspenite Burt Bacharach. The 85-yearold, whose career dates back to New York City’s Brill Building in the 1950s, has used his signature melodic style to tally more than 70 Top 40 hits, including such pop classics as “I Say a Little Prayer,” “(They Long to Be) Close to You,” “That’s What Friends

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Are For” and “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head.” Bacharach’s songs have been covered by British pop star Dusty Springfield, country singer Marty Robbins, ‘80s New Wave band Naked Eyes, rocker Rod Stewart, and the Beatles, who scored a hit with “Baby, It’s You,” from the band’s debut album “Please Please Me.” Dionne Warwick recorded 38 singles with Bacharach and his longtime lyricist Hal David. More recent collaborators include Rufus Wainwright, Dr. Dre, and Elvis Costello, with whom Bacharach recorded the 1998 album “Painted From Memory.” Bacharach, who last performed at the Wheeler in 2007, will appear with a full band and multiple singers. The Crystal Palace Revue, featuring actors from Aspen’s defunct Crystal Palace Dinner Theatre, brings its original satirical song-and-dance show to the Wheeler for two shows on Christmas Day, Dec. 25. The Crystal Palace Revue,

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which has played numerous sold-out shows since the dinner theater closed in 2008, skipped performing last year at the Wheeler. The shows will include a champagne toast. The Wheeler continues its tradition of a rocking New Year’s Eve with the local debut of the Louisiana swamprock band the Delta Saints. The evening includes an open bar, party favors and a champagne toast. On Feb. 1, Dr. Ralph Stanley, the 86-year-old singer and banjoist whose career began in the 1940s, performs with his long-running Clinch Mountain Boys. The Virginia native performed from 1946-‘66 with his brother Carter in the landmark bluegrass combo the Stanley Brothers, and experienced a career resurgence in 2000, when he recorded the Appalachian song “O Death” for the film “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” Stanley’s upcoming shows are being billed as a farewell tour. Judy Collins, known for her interpretations of songs by Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Stephen Sondheim, returns to the Wheeler for a Valentine’s Day show, Feb. 14, after a 2012 performance. Collins’ most recent album, 2011’s “Bohemian,” was a recollection of the southern California music scene of the 1960s and featured four of Collins’ own compositions. Texas singer-songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker, who recently bought a home in Aspen and has become a regular performer at the Wheeler, returns to play with his band on Feb. 15. Walker is best known for writing “Mr. Bojangles,” and for his recordings of “L.A. Freeway” and “Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother.” Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the South African band formed by singer Joseph Shabalala in 1964, makes its return to the Wheeler on March 11. The group, which sings in the a cappella style known as isicathimya, gained international prominence by contributing to Paul Simon’s landmark 1986 album “Graceland.” Ladysmith Black Mambazo, which has won three Grammy Awards, is still led by Shabalala, and features four of his sons along with several cousins. The renovation of the Wheeler balcony will not result in any loss of seating. Part of the renovation includes the replacement of the old film projector booth — known as “the Whale” — with a smaller, digital

projection system. The Wheeler will be used for Aspen Film’s Academy Screenings, Dec. 23-Jan. 2, featuring screenings of films considered contenders for Academy Awards. The program will be announced in mid-November.

Also coming to Aspen:

• Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s winter season opens with the traditional performances of “The Nutcracker” on Dec. 14-15, with two performances each day. The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet company will perform Feb. 14-15, with a program including Cayetano Soto’s “Beautiful Mistake,” Norbert de la Cruz’s “Fold by Fold,” and the world premiere of a commissioned work by Nicolo Fonte. The program will have an encore on March 29. Aspen Santa Fe Ballet will also present the all-male parody company, Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo, on March 16. All dance performances are at the Aspen District Theatre. • Jazz Aspen Snowmass’ JAS Café, in the Little Nell hotel, opens for the season Dec. 20-21 with Coloradobased vocalist Stacey Kent, whose new album, “The Changing Lights,” focuses on Brazilian styles. The Gypsy Allstars, a spin-off of the Gipsy Kings led by drummer Cedric Leonardi, plays its show Return to Rajasthan, which traces the gypsy culture to India, Dec. 28-30. Wycliffe Gordon, trombonist with various Wynton Marsalis projects, does his tribute to Louis Armstrong, Hello Pops! on Jan. 10-11. Singer Kathy Kosins is set for Jan. 30-31, with Brazilian-born singer-pianist Eliane Elias returning Feb. 14-16. Jazz-pop fusion band Spyro Gyra plays Feb. 20-22. The duo of singer Cyrille Aimee and guitarist Diego Figueiredo returns March 7-8. The seven-piece swing band Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers performs March 21-22. The series closes with the return of Cuban-born percussionistsinger Pedrito Martinez. • Winter highlights at Belly Up include blues icon B.B. King (Nov. 27); electronica act EOTO (Dec. 6); folkblues trio the Wood Brothers (Dec. 8); DJ/producer Steve Aoki (Dec. 21); the Flaming Lips (Dec. 30-31); the area debut of rock band the National (Jan. 3); Dweezil Zappa’s Zappa Plays Zappa (Feb. 13); and alternative rock band the Pixies, with Best Coast opening (Feb. 14).

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THELISTINGS

OCT 24 - 30, 2013 Limelight Hotel. family-friendly screening (ages 4 and up) AT 7 p.m. Adult screening (ages 18+) at 9:30 p.m.P.M. Call 970-925-3025. JOSEFINA MENDEZ JAZZ — 7 p.m. - 10 p.m., Hotel Jerome. With Tim Fox (piano/trumpet) and Mike Facey (bass/guitar). Call 970-222-7752.

SATURDAY, OCT 26 A LOCAL TASTE OF ART — 5 p.m. - 6 p.m., Aspen Art Museum, 590 N. Mill St. In conjunction with the museum’s Roaring Fork Open, noted local chefs will invent dishes inspired by exhibition artworks. Dishes will be available to sample. Admission is free. Call 970-925-8050. HEAR Hip-hop duo Latyrx, featuring rappers Lyrics Born, pictured, and Lateef the Truthspeaker, perform Sunday, Oct. 27 at Belly Up.

THURSDAY, OCT 24 KARAOKE — 10 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Red Onion, 420 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen. Call 970-925-9955. JON WAYNE AND THE PAIN - NO COVER — 9:30 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.,

Belly Up Aspen, 450 S Galena St ., Aspen. Midwest reggae rockers Jon Wayne Call 970-544-9800.

FRIDAY, OCT 25 ASPEN SKIING CO. PRESENTS:”MCCONKEY” — 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.,

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Little ‘Star’ is only 10 pounds but has a big personality! She looks like a red Dachshund with extra long legs which makes her very agile, quite athletic and really adorable! Star is only 11 months old so is very playful but also sweet and cuddly. Star loves to play with other dogs and can even keep up with the bigger ones. She also gets along fine with cats and kids. She is funny, a bit bossy, loves to carry her toys around and not a chewer. This playful puppy is going to bring much joy to whoever gets to adopt her! She is already spayed, up to date with shots and micro chipped. If you are interested in her please first fill out an application on www.luckydayrescue.org and then call Sarah on 970-618-4108 LUCKY DAY ANIMAL RESCUE OF COLORADO

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THE TIMES HAVE CHANGED, WE HAVEN’T COME SEE US IN OUR NEW BUILDING

314 E Hyman Ave #101, Aspen, CO 81611 PHOTO BY STEWART OKSENHORN

SMOKIN JOE AND ZOE — 7 p.m. - 10 p.m., Living room, Hotel Jerome. Local eclectic music duo. Call 970-927-6758.

MONDAY, OCT 28 KARAOKE WITH SANDMAN — 9 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Ryno’s Pies & Pints, 434 E. Cooper Ave. No cover. Call 970-922-RYNO.

RED ONION OPEN-MIC NIGHT — 9 p.m., 420 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen. Aspen musican Trenton Allan hosts a weekly gathering of local artists an Call 970-366-0939.

TUESDAY, OCT 29 TIKI-GONG TUESDAYS — 9 p.m. - 11 p.m., Justice Snow’s restaurant, Wheeler Opera House. Hosted by Greg Studley. Call 970-429-8192. LIVE MUSIC WITH HADEN GREGG AND FRIENDS — 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m., L’Hostaria Ristorante, 620 E. Hyman Ave., Aspen. Call 970-925-9022.

WEDNESDAY, OCT 30 ARGENTINE TANGO CLASSES — 6:30 p.m. - 10 p.m., Aspen Red Brick Art Dance Studio, 110 E. Hallam St. Tango 101 — 201: An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Argentine Tango For Absolute Beginners as well as a Refresher for Current Dancers — Tango 201 for Experienced Dancers. Five Week Series. $20 Drop-in. No Partner Necessary. Instruction by Heather Morrow. Email hjemorrow@gmail. com Call 970-948-3963.

Experience sophisticated living with a touch of contemporary architecture. Barrel wood ceilings encompass the upper level, privacy windows bring in the light and views. The home is equipped with a Crestron and Sonos system throughout the home to delight you with sights and sounds. A spacious master bedroom and bath features a steam shower with decorative tile and inset lighting. An Elevator services all levels of this four bedroom home for ease and convenience. Saunter to the Music Tent and take in a show or indulge in year round events at the Aspen Institute. Hike along the river or just sit back and relax on the screened in porch. West end living that will deliver comfort and style to fit your lifestyle.

$6,985,000

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Jobs Accounting Accounting/Bookkeeping Aspen based General Contractor seeks Admin Assistant/Accounting/B ookkeeper. Must have strong communication skills, be hard working, willing to assist with a variety of tasks, be proficient with MS Office and experience w/ Timberline preferred. To a p p l y e m a i l 9632470@mtnjob.com

Domestic WANTED - Friendly, energetic individual to ski with 3 kids (-8 yrs). 12/14/13 - 01/03/14, 8am-5pm. Must be advanced skier, +22 years old w/clean drivers licence & prior ski teaching experience. Send CV to: AspenFamily12345@gma il.com References required.

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Server, Bartender, Busser Hiring for full-time. Restaurant experience is required. Mandatory training begins November 15th. Please forward resumes to christina@bbskitchen.com for consideration.

Pet sitting 608-886-7650 Certified vet tech. Experience with all kinds of pets. Carbondale area. Leave message. RN available. Flexible hours. References. Reliable & compassionate care to meet your needs. 303 945 1504 Well Known Professional Dog Trainer Available for Training & Caretaking of Dogs and for Horses in exchange for Housing. Contact: 970-948-5418

Intern/Sales Rep demonstrate & sell an innovative medical d e v i c e E m a i l RFVjob@gmail.com

Trades/ Construction Experienced Glazier/ Installer/ Crew Leader Needed Experienced Glazier/ Installer/ Crew Leader Needed UPFG INC Full-time Employee . Employment can include profit sharing, ownership buy in, salarly or hourly. Relocation assistance is available. High school education or GED required. Experienced (Non-Manager) Benefits include: Vacation. Email us References required. Casey Gdowski 970-925-1844 cg@upfrontglass.com Aspen CO

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European Mounting and Shoulder Mounting Competitive Pricing Call Josh for details

719-989-0774 In Silt, Colorado

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2 BD 2 BA. Premiere Location. Nicely Furn. w/ A r t . $ 3 0 0 0 / m . Short/Long term. F/L/D required. 970-309-9504

Retail / Admin Asst.

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1Bd 1Ba garage apt., Cemetery Lane area, pets nego., $1350mo inclds utili

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Retail 3-4 days/wk. Strong Computer, Sales, Inventory Exp Send resume to SpaAspen@gmail.com

Rentals Aspen

Rentals Rentals Housing Wanted Wanted to rent: 1-2 bedroom house/ townhouse. Mature adult w real job and dog moving to area. Prefer Carbondale-Basalt area and 6 month lease. Fenced yard ideal. Good references for me and dog. 406-270-5044.

Rentals Aspen

Aspen Family gem! 3-4 BD, 2.5BA, wood floors, granite counters, new appl’s, lrg fenced yd. Avail 12/1. $5K/mo. 970-544-8075 •4BD, 5BA, $5000/Mo. •1BD 1BA $1800/Mo. in Woody Creek pets OK, partly furn. 923-0040.

2BD West End Victorian 1½BA. NS. Dog Nego. $2600/mo. (970)309-7955 1.5BD/1BA Aspen Core walk everywhere. Furn, W/D, FP, free cable. $2300/mo. 970-306-1883 kajx@rof.net BEAUTIFUL 1BD/1BA Apt fully furn., pkg, W/D, near bus, $2500/mo. all utils incld. Avail now. Short term/long term. 970-948-8008

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Rentals Carbondale

Rentals Snowmass

UNDERGOUND PARKING Space is 1 ½ blocks from Gondola On Durant, 612-816-2122

3 BD 2 BA 0 Partial baths Unfurnished. Condo/Duplex/Townhou se No smoking. 1,450 First, last & security. 970-379-1298 greg@rof.net Carbondale Meadowood Dr. Carbondale CO

Beautiful Old Snowmass home with gorgeous views, just remodeled3BD, 2.5BA, den, family, office, large storage, 2 car garage, 4+acres, creek views. Year lease $2,595 first, last, security+utilities, unfirnished, pet considered. Call Kelli 970-379-5804 or Rocky 970-379-4465

Roommates Aspen HUNTER CREEK - Large Master BD with own bath in 3 BD 2 BA N/P N/S Responsible & Female preferred $1000/mo 970-948-9640 or 970-948-7651

Rentals Basalt Area 1 bd/studio, home share, Old Town Basalt, furnished, sep. entrance/ w/d. $1275 + utils. 970-319-6827 2BD 2.5BA Townhouse W/D, DW, near bus, NP/NS, $1400 incl. gas & water. 970-379-1059 2 BD 2 BATriangle Park Lofts, N/P, N/S, Aviailable immediately. 9704041590 Beautifully remodeled, Pine Ridge TH, nice finishes, spacious 3 bed, 3.5 bath + den (or 4th bedroom). 2 car garage, balcony, feels like a house. Close to bus stop. 1 dog ok. . $2200 + utils. Vacant, Avail Now Stacey Craft (Happy Real Estate) 970-927-4627 3bd/2.5bath spacious Dakota townhome, vaulted ceilings, backs onto open space Hot tub/double garage $1975 plus. Dog considered. Joanne 970-319-6827 ASSIR

3 BD 2 BA Furn on 1 acre Pets allowed No smoking. $2350/mo + util. Long-term 970-379-2803

Custom home 4bd 4.5ba on 4ac w/ creek. Furnished, updated and clean. 4900SF Single Family Home. Radiant Heat. Pets neg. No smoking. Security deposit. $6500 Shrt or $5500 Lng Trm. + utils. 20 min to Aspen or Snowmass. Woody Creek, CO. 858-692-8688

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Hunter Creek Condos 3BD/2BA $2600+ Util. Inc Cable & Wi-Fi. NS NP. LT Lease, 6mo Lease consd. 970-618-7645 Tom.

1bd/1b condo,

Hunter Creek Studio. nice, neat & great views. $1400/mo. incl. utils, cable & WiFi. NS/NP Call 970-925-7488.

open floor plan walk to town, upgraded kitchen/bath, w/d, parking, $1775 + NP/NS Joanne (ASSIR) 970-319-6827

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BASE OF GONDOLA Top floor, 2BD/2BA viewing Aspen Mtn, sunny great room, F/P, walk to everything, $3500/mo. Call Brent 970-379-7309

Riverfront: Woody Creek Renovated Furnished Loft. FP, Big Deck. Awesome Setting. $1650. Dog ok, NS. RENTED IT!!

Studio-tennis, spa, pool jacuzzi, furn. Forest views, in-town, porch. $1400/mo. utils incl. NS-NP. Avail. Nov. 1 or earlier 970-544-4020

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4 BD 2.5 BA 2800 sqft + unfurn. basement Lg. yard, mature trees, 2 car gar, beautiful views, great location. NP $2300+util. 480-544-0977

Roommates Basalt Area 1BD/1BA in 3BD/3.5BA condo. Unfurn, near town, bus, w/d, ns/np. Responsible, clean. $650.00 mo+util+sec. 970-927-3674/970-948-41 87 Share 2BD/2BA apt. NS / NP W/D First, last & sec. $950/Mo. includes utils. 970-376-0576

Rentals Carbondale 1BD, 1 BA Perfect for single, brand new w/kitchnt, W/D, NP NS Furn.,utils & net incl. $975/mo. 6 mo. lease 425-577-3367

Roommates Carbondale

Spacious basement furnished BD for rent. Suggest mature adult with sense of humor. $550/mo.

Rentals Commercial/Retail AABC choices:

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Office 1,000 sq. ft. 2nd fl, private BA, 3 large offices, conference room, great layout, light, private entry.

Rentals Glenwood Springs

Storage/Warehouse/ Office/Shop/Light Industrial 2,800 sq. ft., 16+ foot ceilings, parking, private bath, roll up door, separate office entry 970-618-3544 www.aspenabc.com

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VILLAGE GREEN TOWNHOMES! FP, DW, W/D, Great community, beautiful landscaped play area. Large 1, 2, & 3 bdrms $875 - $1325 970-945-6622

Rentals New Castle 2/2 River Park Condo. No Pets/smoking. W/D hardwood floor. Avail. 11/1. $975 First, last & security. Includes most utilities. 970 923 1700 3BD/2.5BA Townhouse. 2 Level, 2 Car Garage, NS, W/D, AC, Pets OK. $1250/mo + 1mo Deposi t . A v a i l N o v . 970-279-1911 Lv Msg

Rentals Snowmass 2 BD 2.5 BA Furn 1800 sq ft Meadow Ranch. Pets w/approval. N/S. W/D. $2300 1 yr lease. 970 274-0669 akashaks@juno.com Snowmass Village PO BOX 6314 Snowmass Village CO 2 bed+loft /2 bath, top floor corner, furnished, vaulted ceilings, great views, laundry in complex, on bus route. NP/NS. YEAR LEASE ONLY. $2400/mo incld utils. Sally Shiekman-Miller, ASSIR, 970-948-7530

Try a border for just five bucks! 2br/2ba Slopeside condo. Fireplace, balcony and beautifully remodeled. Pool, hot tub & fitness center in complex. $3,500/month. Long term 970-544-3771.

4 BD 4 BA Beautifully Furnished Home Available IMMEDIATELY. M e l t o n R a n c h Neighborhood. Pets considered. NS $6,000+utilities. First, last & security. Ashley Chod 970-274-9588

Rentals Office Space Aspen Office Space 420 E. Main-US Bank Building. Upper Level. 600sqft. (970)948-0001

Avail immediately: Aspen office space, 750 SF w/bath + balcony, great location, $4000/ mo. inclds off street parking, all maintenance & util fees except for office electric. Details call Susan Whitney 97 0-925-3530

Rentals Office Space

Office’s 135 W. Main, Aspen 170-400 sf from $475/mo. Call 970-379-3715

Rentals Storage Space Aspen Storage Space In Core-Climatized and Secure. Up to 1500sqft. (970)948-0001

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Prime Locations! RESTAURANT SPACE for Lease: 1,125 SF with kitchen equip. On Hyman downtown. RETAIL SPACES for Lease: From 500 SF up to 4,000 SF. High traffic & high visibility! Downtown. OFFICE SPACES for Lease: From 500 SF up to 4,000 SF. With parking, views & decks! On Main Street or downtown OFFICE UNIT FOR SALE: Own your own office unit! On Hyman Avenue. 1,563 SF with deck & parking. COMMERCIAL INVESTMENTS: RETAIL and OFFICE BUILDINGS FOR SALE! Income properties in the downtown commercial core. From $3M to $10M. NOW is the time to buy! GARAGE PARKING SPACES DOWNTOWN $350 per month See ALL Aspen MLS Listings: www.aspenreal.com Contact us for more details: Office: 970-920-1833 Cell: 970-379-3876 karen@aspenreal.com Setterfield & Bright Aspen Real Estate Brokers 407 So. Hunter St. #3 Aspen CO 81611


Aspen $22,950,000

Aspen - $770,000.

Aspen - $2,700,000

Basalt - $2,995,000

Open House Lunch October 23 11am-1:30pm Public & Broker's Invited 0018 Lupine Aspen's Mountain Valley 5 bedrooms 4 baths 3 garage Aspen Mountain Views 1/2 Acre 3 Fireplaces Private Beautiful Flat Lot Downstairs Apartment Shuttle One Mile To Aspen Easy to Show 6BR 9BA. Aspen living at it's best is had at this 14,000sqft home on a 5 acre estate nestled in a peaceful and protected setting within a private gated community.

Ryan & Matt Podskoch

303 579 2725 or 303 579 2055 info@investincolorado.com investincolorado.com

Residential unit w/ Commercial unit 1,280 SF Rowhouse w/2 bd, 2.5 baths + commercial space or additional 3rd bedroom. 3 designated parking spaces.

Pamala Steadman (970)618-0092 Pamala01@msn.com

Basalt - $350,000

Basalt - $865,000

Downtown Basalt! Top floor corner unit with floor to ceiling windows, balcony & upgrades including flooring with radiant heat, new lighting, cabinets, tile and trim. Underground parking, storage unit and manicured riverfront grounds. Pets allowed. Low HOA dues. Open house 10/26/13 10am-1pm

A charming 1.8 acre ranchette in pastoral Emma with sweeping views, a horse corral and Snowmass Creek flowing through the backyard. Beautifully remodeled home with 3 bdrms + den + office. No HOA.

Tara Turner / Andrew Ernemann

VIEWS OF MT. SOPRIS This inviting home is perched above the valley floor, beautiful views & all day sun. over 2 acres, 7BD and an updated kitchen. New Septic with drain field & irrigation. Great Location & Neighborhood.

Brenda Wild

970-379-2299 brendawildaspen@gmail.com

(970) 618-2266

970-309-7131 / 970-379-8125 tara@bjac.net / andrew@bjac.net www.EastSoprisCreekHome.com

BJ Adams and Company

RE/MAX Premier Properties

Commercial/Eagle - $290,000

Commercial Eagle - $49,500

Comm./Grand Junction-$639,000

4 parcels totaling almost 36 acres. Unique alpine property includes special use permit for two 24 ft. yurts. Successful 16 yr backcountry lodging business. County approval for future small cabin. Great opportunity for private development

Hidden Treasure Adventures

“Mountain Man Nut & Fruit”

Want to own Eagle County? Own the only MOBILE franchise. Turnkey business. Great potential. Make your own hours. All equipment / inventory. Will train.

Ginny Cassano

800-444-2813 www.colorado-backcountry-yurt.com

970-390-3164 danthemountainman@centurytel.net

Glenwood Springs - $1,150,000

Glenwood Springs - $375,000

Gary Feldman

Colter H. Smith, Partner/Broker

Carbondale - $649,000

Office/retail building 1 block from Main St. in beautiful downtown GJ. 10,000+ sqft.,offices, lobby, kitchen, conference rms & storage. Private parking lot & convenient street parking. Close to shops, restaurants, hotels & post office.

Dale Beede, CCIM

970-244-6615 dbeede@cbcworldwide.com www.grandjunctioncommercial.com

Sopris Mountain Ranch A custom 3-bedroom, 6,031+/- sq ft, log home on 35+ acres in Sopris Mountain Ranch, one of the valley's premier equestrian communities.

970-309-2000 colter@aspenlocal.com www.AspenAssociatesRealtyGroup.com

970-948-3737 gary@bjac.net SoprisMtnRanch.com

Commercial Aspen

Commercial Carbondale - $45,000 +

Commercial Condos For Sale Only Three Remaining. In the renovated Crandall Building. 3 blocks from the Gondola. 391 sf, 577 st and 593 st. to 1,516 sf. Contiguous. Great views, great location.

MAIN STREET LIQUORS • $45,000 PLUS INVENTORY • Great Lease • Great location and visibility

Ruth Kruger

970.404.4000 Ruth@KrugerandCompany.com www.KrugerandCompany.com

Joshua Saslove 970-925-8810

Crested Butte-Historic Restaurant - $2,750,000 The iconic Wooden Nickel in downtown Crested Butte, under continuous ownership since 1981, is offered for sale. The "Nickel" is Crested Butte's oldest & finest bar & steak house w/seating for approximately 110. The offering includes real estate, business, & all furniture, fixtures & equip- ment. Inventory to be purchased separately. Qualified buyers only please. Listing broker is also the seller.

Eric B.Roemer 970-209-1596 (cell) pwrhouse@rmi.net Broker Associate

Missouri Heights - $599,000

Missouri Heights - $435,000 315 Fawn Drive. Horses allowed at this light and bright home on 1.43 acres with BIG views of Mt. Sopris. 3 bd/2 ba, open floor plan, wood laminate & tile floors, wood stove, large deck, covered patio, hot tub deck, 2-car garage, laundry room, 250 sq.ft. storage shed, irrigated front and side yards.

Creek-side home on fenced-in four acres in Canyon Creek, west of Glenwood Springs. 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom house with large kitchen and master bedroom. One fifth mile of creek side water, Two apartments, workshop and greenhouse. Call for Appointment Buyers agents welcome 970-376-3328

Enjoy the perfect Red Mountain location with mature trees, minimal traffic and a quick walk or bike to parks, trails and downtown! Enjoy 4 bedrooms, 2 baths lower level family room and a bonus garage for toys or storage.

Amy Luetke

970.618.4956 Amy@propertyshopinc.com MLS#128891

Sally Shiekman-Miller 970.948.7530 sally@sallyshiekman.com www.AspenSnowmassSIR.com

Remodeled on Five "Big Sky" Acres 3BD, 2BA, 2 half bath home. Heated 3 car garage + dry walled, plumbed and wired for 2 additional bedrooms and one bath! Outdoor living includes a private patio, elevated deck, hot tub. Horses allowed.

Scott Bayens

970-948-2265 scott.bayens@sothebysrealty.com www.aspensnowmassSIR.com

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Silt - $519,000

Pure and Simple! If you are looking for that quaint Colorado ranchette, look no further! This 10.77 acre property offers lush meadows, mature trees, mountain views, creek frontage and a 3 bedroom log home with modern conveniences.

Cedar Hills Ranch Peach Valley at it’s BEST! Irrigated acres for privacy and/or horses 3 bedroom, 3 bath log home Covered decks on the E & S. Hot tub in spa like setting.

Own Private Oasis!! 1 BD 1 BA condo on the Roaring Fork. Close to Aspen. Steps from the valleywide bike path. Upgrades include hardwood floors, light fixtures, paint. A really cute place To call home!

Amy Luetke

Kathy Westley

Kirsten Morey

970.618.4956 Amy@propertyshopinc.com MLS#131613

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970-379-8303

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2006 BMW 325xi

Acura MDX 2005

ASV 4810 2001

BMW K1200RS 1999

68,000 original miles. Excellent condition. Includes Thule bike rack. All Wheel drive. Dark green color. New tires, new battery, new front brakes.

Acura MDX 2005 $10,500. Loaded. Great condition. 133k miles. AWD. Leather. GPS. New tires. Tow Package. 904 742 3973 10,500 904 742 3973

ASV 4810 2001 $ 10,000.00 Chris Preusch 970-379-3399 utecitylandworks@hughes.net $ 10,000.00 970-379-3399

Gun Metal Grey New Tires, Always garaged, beautiful machine.

$15,500. (970) 379-2838

$4250 970-9234933

Chevrolet Silverado 2006

Chevrolet Tahoe 2004

Corvette T Top L82 1976

Datsun 510 Classic - 1971

Double Tree Select Select Suite 2007

2006 Chevrolet Silverado 4 door. 92000 miles. Auto transmission. 8.1 Liter Fischer Plow (970) 963-7357 $14,000

Chevrolet Tahoe 2004 Leather, Bose stereo, DVD player, runs great Good condition. 167,000 miles AWD. Mark

1976 Corvette T Top L82 109 K Original # Matched PRICE REDUCED!

Rebuilt transmission. Clean interior

$6000.00 970-309-2151

App 25K - Asking $14,000 OBO Need TLC (970)456-5027 Between 11 am and 7pm

970-309-7148

*6 MONTHS FREE RENT* 38Ft RD4 Fifth Wheel (4 Season Living) Heated Basement, 4 Slides, 24 After Factory Extras, (Like New), Will E-Mail EQ List & Photos. List $52,285-$45,000 Snowmass, 970-922-0303 Creeksideclydes@aol.com HD Road King Custom 2004

$5900 OBO

Ford E-150 TRADE WINDS 1994

Ford F 150 1997

Ford F250 Powerstroke Diesel 1997

Girardin Bluebird Mini Buses 07-08

Ford E-150 1994 $3600.00 OR BEST OFFER Limited edition. 2 door. Good condition. 195K Auto transmission. 6 CYL (BRIAN) bconsailing@gmail.com

1997 Ford F 150 4x4 XLT SuperCrew 3-door, 4.8 L V8, Camper Top, Roof Rack, Pwr windows & locks, Cruise, 225,000 miles runs great & looks good.

BUSES FOR SALE: Snowmass Village Transportation has 2 Girardin/Bluebird mini buses for sale.

Only 14,000 miles Very well maintained, Extras.

$3600.00 OR BEST OFFER 970-618-6353

$3500.00 obo 970-274-1537

1997 Ford F250 Powerstroke Diesel $6725 (below Blue Book) 181,000 miles 7.3L Turbo HD XLT Supercab 4x4 Mike 970-948-9060 6725 970-948-9060

Call 970-923-2543 or email cfoster@tosv.com for more info or to place a bid

$11, 000 *A STEAL* 630-330-1593

Honda 600 RR 2005

Honda Pilot 2008

Hyundai Tiburon 2005

Infiniti FX35 2004

Jeep Wrangler 2012

4300 miles, perfect bike.

Honda Pilot 2008 Good condition. 99000 Auto transmission. DVD system Heated seats. Leather seats. Gray Ami ami@sopris.net

Best buy in Aspen, only 2,600 miles, freedom hard top, also included full soft top, “Never used” auto, AC, PS.

$4000 or OBO 970 390 3989

$15,500.00 970-319-0343

SOLD!

AWD, one owner/all records, perfect condition, low miles/66K, new tires, every option/NAV/htd seats/Bose-XM $16,200 Tim 616-560-2639

$25,900 970-948-7271

Jeep Wrangler Sahara Edition 1989

Lexus RX350 2010

Mercedes Benz 380 SL 1982

Mercedes-Benz 450SL 1980

Mercedes-Benz c320 2004

45,400 local miles, brnnze, 5 speed, 6 cyl., A/C, wench, garaged $8995 970-948-6944

AWD, Auto, Loaded, Heated/AC leather seats, Back-up camera, Brand New Tires, Certified with warranty, No accidents, Always garaged. Only 29K miles. Just perfect. $34,900 970-922-1155

2 door convertible with 2 tops, garage kept, always serviced and maintained. Great color. Runs and Drives Excellent. Power Steering, power brakes, auto transmission, factory air. $11,750 970-925-2001

Silver, 124K - 2nd owner - 560SL headlights, wheels and emblems. Fresh paint & Interior. Located in Carbondale! Price Reduced (Price Reduced) $8,500 818-207-2244 or 303-656-7371

C 320 wagon. 4WD. Well maintained. With all service records from new. Garaged. Runs and looks new. 126,000 mi.

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Mercedes-Benz E320 AWD Wagon 1999

Mercedes-Benz ML 350 2007

Rolls Royce Silver Shadow 1979

Saab 93 Sportcombi 2006

Saab Viggen 1999

1999 Mercedes E320 AWD Wagon,200K miles, 3.2 V6, full Thule set-up w cargo & bike rack, rare ortho seats,blue metallic, new studs $3900 OBO 305-794-7668

4 door. Excellent condition. 95k miles. Heated seats. Sunroof. GPS navigation system. Artic Blue

Saab 93 Sportcombi 2006 $7500/obo Wagon Good condition. 81300 Miles 5 SpeedPower windows. Power seats/Windows, Fog lamps. Bill 719-210-4103 $7500/obo 719-210-4103

“SOLD�

720.879.7718

1979, Classic Look, Classic Green with Tan Top & Pinstriping, Beautiful Car, V-8, 100,500 Miles, Garaged, Only driven for special occasions, Collector Plates, Runs great. (Price Reduced!) $16,000 Rich 970-920-3131

Subaru IMPREZA WRX WAGON 2004

Toyota FJ Cruiser 2008

Toyota PRIUS IV 2010

VOLVO XC60 AWD - 2010

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Subaru IMPREZA WRX WAGON 2004 $9500 170k Auto transmission. BLUE GREG 970-319-1061 $9500 970-319-1061

Auto Parts/ Accessories

'08 Toyota FJ Cruiser, Supercharged V6 Auto. Off Road Ready! 35K miles, Moto Metal rims,Lift Kit,cross Bars,WARN Wench,Big Bumper Price $29.5K, Call Kat 970-319-7714 29.5 970-319-7714

Motorcycles

Clothing

2 - HARLEY DAVIDSON DOT MOTORCYCLE HELMET’S.

• 1 small • 1 medium $85/ each or both for $150. Both helmets are in excellent condition.

$85 970 389 6946

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HARLEY DAVIDSON DOT MOTORCYCLE HELMET • size Small

$85

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Autos 1970 VW Bug Starts, Runs, Drives Rust Free Could be used as a daily driver- perfect to restore $2500 If interested please call 970-309-3250

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Ladies Fringe Leather Jacket. Like New Hardly Worn! Size XL. $150. 970.456.3291

VERY VERY NICE! ‘Firstgear’ Leather Motorcycle Riding Pants. New. Size: 36 $85.

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GET READY FOR WINTER!!!

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Construction Equipment/Material

10K Gehl Reach Lift 55' w/ Covered Cab $47,500 Eagle Good condition. Geoff Soelter 970-904-1458 gsoelter@ur.com http://ur.rousesales.c om/default.aspx

NEW - VERY NICE!

Size: XL. $150. Was purchased in Breckenridge. 970-456-3291

ORNATE DECOR. PRETTY $20

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Ladies Riding Jacket, size XL. $65.00. 970.456.3291

LIKE NEW!

GOLD ORNATE CARNIVAL

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Ladies Leather Riding Jacket, size XL. $110. 970.456.3291

GLASS FOOTED DISH $8

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Like new, 32 gig, black iPhone 4s, less than three months old with original box and instructions. For use on AT&T network. Originally paid over $700 for the phone. Will sell for $350 including a new waterproof Otter Armor case valued at $99. Eagle 970-390-9787

Furniture/ Beds & Mattresses KING SIZE SIMMONS Beautyrest Ansleigh Plush Firm Comfort Sleep System. Near new condition; just 18 mos old. Paid $2,189; asking just $850. obo. 970-927-4598

Furniture/Home Furnishings

1930's Hoosier Cabinet Unique details. $1400.00 Carbondale. Good condition. Susan 970-379-7686 presentnowmoment@g mail.com

CRAFTSMAN SHOP VAC 4.0 FOR SALE!

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FRIENDLY. USED CONDITION. WORKS. $15 970 389 6946 lv. msg. or call after 6pm

Alaska Rein Deer chandelier 14 lights

$5,800

970-471-0462

Firewood/Fuel Delivered High BTU Cured Peach Firewood. Available Now. $375 per Cord. Annie 970-589-4897

FOR SALE! TWO AA BATTERY CHARGERS!

Adorable trundle bed. incl. matching bedside table + mirror 300 Good cond. 970-379-4606

Log Futon Couch - $400, Oak Desk w/shelves $200, Pine TV Armoire $150, PIne dresser-$100, Pine Dresser/Armoire $100, TV console - $50, leather chair/ottoman $150, lounge chair - $50, Hunter Douglas wood blinds, chairs, rugs, pillows, Harley Motorcycle and more. Basalt, Debra Doyle 970-618-5750, aewdebra@gmail.com

ONE CORDLESS! $18 FOR BOTH!

Futon for sale. Bought it last year at American Furniture Warehouse. Original price $450 selling it for $200 Like new condition. Carbondale Natalie S p e a r s S p e a r s 202-285-8414 Natmspears@gmail.com

NEW TEMPUR-PEDIC SPLIT KING MATTRESS TOP OF THE LINE ALLURA BED. Superb condition $4000.00 Purchased for $7,098.00. Apsen, CO. Call Martin 502 553 7240

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Excellent Condition HARLEY DAVIDSON

Electronics

SONY STEREO, CD PLAYER, RADIO, TAPE & MP3

$30 FIRM 970 389 6946

‘County Cheyenne Collection’ Fur Coat.

Arts/Crafts/Hobbies

$7 970 389 6946

970-618-3971

Think inside the box

BRASS INDIA INCENSE BURNER.

Clothing

PICTURE FOR SALE!

95 Jeep Wrangler Red. 5 speed. 117K. We finance anyone with approved credit. BUY HERE, PAY HERE. Hwy 24 in Minturn. (970) 827-5336

DON’T PASS THIS ONE UP, VERY CLASSY COAT!!! This coat would make a very nice Christmas Gift!

Carpet/Flooring More than 350 12X12 Italian White Marble tiles $1400 Aspen Superb condition Still in boxes. Gail 970-618-2298

Thousands of other autos have ALREADY sold!

$29,500

iPhone 4S $350

Collectibles

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Excellent condition.

55k miles,brand new tires, Excellent condition, serviced by Volvo dealer

‘WESTERN WORLD’

SPEND LOCALLY!

Look in the merchandise section for great deals!

Winter Wheels & Tire set. 4 Blizzak DM-V1's 235/60-18 mounted on Sport Edition wheels. Fits Touraeg, Q7, Cayenne. 1 season use on tires, rims very clean $750 Ken 970-845-0703

Clothing

MAYTAG DRYER FOR SALE! RUNS GREAT!

Blizzak snow 255/50R 19 fits Mercedes ML550 $250 used condition 970 925-3960

Wheels and Tires $1200.00 Carbondale Good condition. Anne 218-838-2268

Appliances

Toyota PRIUS IV 2010 Loaded, leather/heated seats, new tires, sun roof, 35,000 miles. 50 MPG Free parking in Aspen. $20,500.00 970-948-6742

Electronics

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Furniture/ Beds & Mattresses

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Furniture/Home Furnishings

OFFICE

Housewares

PICTURE FOR SALE!

Miscellaneous Merchandise

Tools/Hardware

Exercise Equipment

$7 970 389 6946

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HARLEY DAVIDSON DOT MOTORCYCLE HELMET • size Small

RON"THE GOLD GUY "

$85

Excellent condition.

970.456.3291

Sectional Sofa - Arhaus Brentwood. 2-Piece, brown leather with Sleeper Queen bed. $3500 Like new condition. Aspen. Robin 734-355-4232 timrobin@comcast.net

Gaming Supplies Walking Dead Survival Instinct Xbox 360.

REPUTABLE GOLDSMITH paying CASH for gold, silver, platinum jewelry, gold or silver coins, nuggets, sterling silver sets. Many loyal customers thank me for BEST RETURNS, BEST SERVICE and convenient appointments. I Recycle, Remake, and Repair. For today's spot see: ronthegoldguy.com. Call Ron (970) 390-8229

Heating & Cooling

Housewares

BONJOUR COFFEE PRESS WITHWHIP. NEVER USED!

2 - HARLEY DAVIDSON DOT MOTORCYCLE HELMET’S.

• 1 small • 1 medium $85/ each or both for $150. Both helmets are in excellent condition.

970.456.3291

BONJOUR COFFEE PRESS WITHWHIP. NEVER USED!

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Tickets/Ski Passes/ Events ALL TICKETS BUY/SELL www.denverticket.com toll free 1-800-500-8955

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$85 970 389 6946

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NFL-NHL-NBA-MLB-NCAA

$20 970 389 6946

MAYTAG DRYER FOR SALE! RUNS GREAT!

33 INCH 9 BIN MOBILE STORAGE UNIT. NEVER USED!

Tools/Hardware Mix of housewares, glass dishes, photo frames, electronics, women’s shoes & accessories, office supplies, health & beauty, collectibles, craft items, automotive and more! MUST GET RID! Sold “as is”. No trading out with items in other boxes.

$5/box!

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33 INCH 9 BIN MOBILE STORAGE UNIT. NEVER USED!

$25 970 389 6946

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Bowflex workout rack and cage with 300lbs in weights. Multipurpose exercise gym. This compact flexible gym quality lifting rack system provides over a dozen different Lifting options with safety features allowing you to lift alone. The rack system comes with a matching Bowflex bench that Offers comfort and flexibility with multiple incline positions. Buyer will need to disassemble and move. The system is located In Edwards, Colorado.

Great Deal at $650

Hunting

Exercise Equipment European Mounting and Shoulder Mounting

Mustang - The perfect affectionate lap cat! Good w/ animals. Follows you around like a dog & keeps you company. Declawed in front. In foster for CARe 970-471-5308

Pets - Dogs

Boxer/Basenji mix "Ruby" - 6 year old loyal girl. Call CARe at 970-947-9173 for more info and ask for Tracey! Chihuahua mix "Paulo", one of our "Name Your Price" dogs, Spunky male who's lived with other dogs. CARE (970) 947-9173 Chihuahua mix "Rosi", one of our "Name Your Price" dogs, cute Petite female who's lived with other dogs. CARE (970) 947-9173 Jack Russell Terrier ''Stella", fun 8yr old female who loves toys! Will keep you laughing all day! Colorado Animal Rescue (970) 947-9173.

Competitive Pricing Call Josh for details In Silt, Colorado

Reebok 5K Sr Chest Protector Size S

Vaughn 7000 Velocity 43" Goalie Bag

162 Head Wild Thang ski's w i t h M a r k e r touring binding. AT s e t - u p . $ 3 0 0 o b o. Slightly used. C a l l M a r i a 970-274-0647.

This item is the bag and bag only does NOT come with equipment inside the bag Price $75 Located in Edwards Please call Cameron 970-389-2245

Skis BRAND NEW w/bindings HEAD rock N roll 180cm $425 Aspen Mike 970-319-7064 mtache1@earthlink.net

Massage Therapy

Grass HAY FOR SALE 2600 bales Pure Grass Hay, Timothy+Brome grass. Good condition. $8.75-7.50 depending on volume. Parker 970-923-6567

Oriental Massage: 20% off, Clean, cozy, and comfortable. if you would like a massage by a professional Asian Masseuse come and experience a perfect body massage!! Call :LILY 818-913-6588 www.aspenorientalmassage.com

Painting

Service

Directory

Dennis Wells Painting

•Serving the Mid Valley to Aspen since 1985. •Faux & Custom finishes. •Interior & Exterior Painting. Call Dennis @ 970-618-2731

Cleaning Service Affordable, quality home & construction cleaning. Licensed and insured. Glenwood to Aspen. Call Candy at 515.450.8178 for a free quote.

Pitbull mix - "Sonny" - 2 yrs. Amazing running buddy! Likes kids. No cats. Colorado Animal Rescue in Glnwd 970-947-9173

Skis BRAND NEW w/bindings Head iSL 165cm $400 Aspen Mike 970-319-7064 mtache1@earthlink.net -Super Large size goal bag with wheels to fit a complete set of adult sized goal equipment. -Rugged construction has webbing reinforced construction and riveted handles. -Three-wheel design for easy rolling and to prevent bag from sagging, reinforced bottom with vertical and horizontal stiffeners with double layered bottom with rubberized reinforcement. -Molded reinforced pull handle along with handles on each end and traditional shoulder straps -Dual internal end pockets, along with large vented wet pocket and storage pockets inside and on topside of bag. -Dimensions L 43" x W 20"x H 20"

1962 Ford 50HP tractor, 4-5 speed,gas, includes mower, new blade, front bucket! $5500.00 Cotopaxi, Co Good condition. Mark 970-355-4243 lauriemar62@gmail.com

Ski Equipment

Great condition adjust to fit system chest protector Price $100 Located in Edwards Please call Cameron 970-389-2245

•Buy 2 sessions.. get the 3rd FREE! alluremedaesthetics.com (970) 668-0998

Clutter Clearing Transform your Life This Clarity is a Gift Deborah 970-948-5663

719-989-0774

$20 970 389 6946

Health & Beauty LASER TATTOO REMOVAL

Please call Bob 970-390-4651

Goalie Chest Protector

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FOR SALE! BOXES OF “STUFF!”

Want to purchase minerals and other oil/gas interests. Send details to: P.O. Box 13557, Denver, CO 80201

15 Metro Racks $200 each Excellent condition. Gail 970-618-2298 gailgulotta@gmail.com

Retail Equipment

2 Lochinvar Knight Kbn 500 high altitude boilers. Approx. 2 years. Great condition. Best offers. 970-379-9035

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Restaurant Equipment

Original price $49.99. Selling for $25.00. Great condition. Call or text 970-274-0981. GWS

Miscellaneous Merchandise

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Want To Buy/ Merchandise

Jewelry

Tractors

CRAFTSMAN SHOP VAC 4.0 FOR SALE!

Your At Home Gym

LIGHTS/DESK LIGHTS FOR SALE $8 for all

Pets - Cats

SERENITY PAINTING COMPANY Creating Peace of Mind ASK ABOUT OUR PAINTER FOR A DAY PROGRAM 970-274-8141 www.SPCO.me

Snow Removal

Housekeeping Construction Cleaning Home Management

Looking for qualified skidster operator for snow removal. Reliable persons with references only need apply. 970-925-7569

www.thelittlevikinginc.com

Call Li 970.379.7237

Rhodesian Ridgeback /Boxer mix - "Merica" 3 yr gorgeous and very unique looking female. C a l l C A R e a t 970-947-9173 for more info!

Computers

Repairs most brands of computer printers at our location or yours.

Pets - Other

We sell new equipment, OEM and compatible brand supplies for all printers. Brother Authorized Service.

Bunny Rabbit "Smudge", This fluffy female can't wait to hop into your heart. CARE in Glenwood (970) 947-9173.

Call us for estimates! (970) 241-3819 or (800) 723-5911

FOUND: Honda remote car key in John Denver Park, morning of 10/17/2013. Please call 970 925 6266.

Rooster for adoption. Contact CARe in Glenwood at 970-947-9173 Individualized Dog & Puppy Training! Baths & Nail Trims! 970-236-6729. www.EndlessPawsibiliti es.biz

Women's 162 Nordica Victory's Skis For Sale: $125 in good condition slightly used. Marker Bindings. C a l l M a r i a a t 970-274-0647.

Found

Osprey backpack found on Hwy 82 near upper Woody Ck turn off, 9:15pm, Wed. 10/16/13. Call Jeff at 970-379-5582 to claim.

Roaring Fork School District Toddler Enrollment at Basalt Campus Kids Horses & Mules

We currently have openings to enroll your toddler into our toddler program at Basalt Campus Kids! To have your toddler enrolled today, please call Angela at 970-384-5818

$1500 14 yr, Calm, Rocky Mt. Gaited Gelding, Youth to Adult. SOLD HIM!!!


said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys' fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication10/3/2013 Last Publication10/31/2013 Name of PublicationThe Aspen Times Weekly

Delinquent manufactured home tax list for the year 2012, Treasurer's office, Pitkin County, Colorado Notice is hereby given that I will, according to the law, offer at public sale on the 7th day of November, 2013 and succeeding days commencing at the hour of 9:00 a.m. of said day, a tax lien sale on as much of the following described manufactured housing, situated in said county, on which taxes for the year 2012 and previous years have not been paid as shall be necessary to pay herein below set down, to wit: M000737 BRITT NANCY & DOUG Parcel: 246707490002 Subdivision: ROARING FORK MOBILE HOME PK MBL HOME TITLE: 57E299013 SERIAL: 0459616G YEAR: 1989 MAKE: KIT SIZE: 60 X 28 101 EMMA RD #2 Year 2012 Tax $252.04 Interest $17.64 Other $70.00 Total Due: $339.68 M000771 CAMPAIGNE CHRISTOPHER C Parcel: 246931390001 Subdivision: PHILLIPS MOBILE HOME PK MBL HOME TITLE: 57E174606 SERIAL: 1235 YEAR: 1997 MAKE: PAN SIZE: 8 X 27 1 PHILLIPS RIVERVIEW Year 2012 Tax $145.52 Interest $10.19 Other $70.00 Total Due: $225.71

IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; DATE: 07/31/2013 Thomas Carl Oken, Public Trustee in and for the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado By: Desiree Wagner, Deputy Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Medved Dale Decker & Deere, LLC 355 UNION BLVD, SUITE 250, LAKEWOOD, CO 80228 (303) 274-0155 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 13-945-24938 Holly L. Decker #32647 Toni M.N. Dale #30580 ©Public Trustees' Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012 Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 2013. [9580809]

M000776 ZELAYA MARIA R Parcel: 246721390061 Subdivision: LAZY GLEN Lot: 61, MBL HOME TITLE: 57E176995 SERIAL: 47981079351 MAKE: WES SIZE: 64 X 16 61 LAZY GLEN Year 2012 Tax $277.04 Interest $19.39 Other $70.00 Total Due: $366.43 M000536 ZEPEDA SAUL ALFREDO Parcel: 246721390056 Subdivision: LAZY GLEN Lot: 56, MBL HOME TITLE: 57E224112 SERIAL: GN10837 MAKE: GREAT NORTHERN-C SIZE: 14 X 70 56 LAZY GLEN Year 2012 Tax $74.24 Interest $5.20 Other $70.00 Total Due: $149.44 The above listed tax liens on manufactured housing will be publicly sold in the Rio Grande Meeting Room located at 455 Rio Grande Place Aspen, CO at 9:00 AM on November 7, 2013. All purchases must be made by cash or certified check the day of the sale. Tiffany Wancura, Chief Deputy Pitkin County Treasurer State of Colorado Published in the Aspen Times Weekly October 24, 2013. [9631750] COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 13-038 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On July 31, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Pitkin records. Original Grantor(s) ANITA A MANCHESTER Original Beneficiary(ies) MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., ACTING SOLELY AS NOMINEE FOR LENDER ALL CALIFORNIA MORTGAGE, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORP DBA ALL AMERICAN MORTGAGE LLC Current Holder of Evidence of Debt NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC Date of Deed of Trust January 19, 2006 County of Recording Pitkin Recording Date of Deed of Trust January 25, 2006 Recording Information (Reception Number) 520185 Original Principal Amount $665,000.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $664,790.27 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: Failure to pay monthly installments due Note Holder. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. The property to be foreclosed is:

TOWN OF BASALT, COLORADO NOTICE OF BUDGET Notice is hereby given that a proposed budget for 2014 was submitted to the Basalt Town Council on Tuesday, October 15, 2013. Copies of the proposed budget have been filed in the office of the Town Clerk for the Town of Basalt, 101 Midland Ave., where the same is open for public inspection. Said proposed budget will be considered at regular meetings of the Basalt Town Council to be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2013 and Tuesday, December 10, 2013, at meetings scheduled to begin not earlier than 6:00 p.m. Any interested elector of the Town of Basalt may inspect the proposed budget and file or register any objections thereto at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget. /s/ Pamela K. Schilling By: Pamela K. Schilling, Town Clerk Publish as a legal notice in the Aspen Times Weekly on Thursday, October 24, 2013 and Wednesday, November 21, 2013. (9645668) PUBLIC NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Motion has been filed in Civil Action 5593, Garfield County District Court, requesting the appointment of Directors to the Board of Directors of the Basalt Water Conservancy District for Divisions 3 and 6 of said District. This Motion also states that the following individuals are seeking reappointment as directors of the divisions indicated for an additional term of office to continue until December 15, 2017: Scott Leslie - Division 3 Don Boyer - Division 6

LOT 2, MELTON RANCH UNIT THREE, ACThe Court will hear said Motion on the 16th day CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF. ofSALE December, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. in the Garfield NOTICE OF County Courthouse, 109 Eighth Street, Glenwood Also known by street and number as: 575 UPON A CURSORY INSPECTION, THESE STORAGE UNITS WERE FOUND CONTAIN: AS-K. Springs, Colorado before The TO Honorable Denise MEADOW ROAD, SNOWMASS CO CLOTHES, SORTED BOXES, FURNITURE, VILLAGE, APPLIANCES, FOOSBALL TABLE, TOOLS,desiring BOOKS,to Lynch in Civil Action 5593. All persons 81615. SPORTING GOODS, ETC. attend may do so. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL as Director will be TENANT NAME ADDRESS ON FILEApplications for appointment UNIT NUMBER OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY J. Steinkamp P.O.ENCUMBox 1830 accepted by the District Aspen CODB9 Court until November 15, BERED OF TRUST. SyzygyBY THE LIEN OF THE DEEDP.O. Box 11005 2013. Applications and Aspen COC25must be sent to resumes W. McFadyen 561 Garden Terrace the District Court of Garfield County, Colorado, at NOTICE OF SALE Delaware 28405EB20 109 Eighth Street, Suite 104, Glenwood Springs, The current holder of the EvidenceWilmington of Debt seM. Hurley P.O. Box 4295 COF36 copies submitted to the Bacured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has Colorado 81601, withAspen A. Katoa 409 AABC #A Aspen COEB27 salt Water Conservancy District in care of Balcomb filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as J. Hall by law and in said Deed of Trust. P.O. Box 11711 & Green, P.C., Post Office AspenDrawer COF27 790, Glenwood provided M. Dunn P.O. Box 4683 Springs, Colorado 81602. Aspen CO E4 Applicants must have C. Rowan 1615 Dr. within the District for a period of one (1) THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given thatNorthridge I will at resided Wayzata Minn. 55391A15 year, and be the owner of real property within the public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, E. Nelson at Pitkin County Courthouse, P.O. Box Aspen COEB19 for which appointment is 11/27/2013, at 9775 the Division of the District K. Kincaid 214 Teal Ct. Aspen COF24 & F28 sought. Division boundary maps are on file with south front door, 506 E Main St, Aspen, Colorado, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the the Court in this action. Division boundary maps ITEMS WILL BE SOLD OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE ON OCTOBER 26, 2013 AT and further information may be obtained from the said real property and all interest of the said Grant10:00Grantor(s)' AM, AT THE ADDRESS LISTED BELOW SATISFY counsel, OWNER Christopher LIEN FOR RENT DUE at IN(970) ACL. Geiger or(s), heirs and assigns therein, for theTO District's CORDANCE WITH THE STATE STATUTES, SECTIONS 38-21.5-101 TO 38-21.5-105. TERMS OF 945-6546. purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in THEEvidence SALE ARE ONLY; NO ALL GOODS Chad J. LeeARE SOLD IN "AS said ofCASH Debt secured byCHECKS the DeedWILL of BE ACCEPTED./s/ IS" CONDITION. UNITS MUST COMPLETELY PM J. DAY OF SALE. SALES TAX Chad Lee, Esq., Acting Secretary Trust, plus attorneys' fees, the BE expenses of sale EMPTIED BY 5:00 MUST BEitems PAIDallowed OR RESALE FURNISHED. BUYERS MUST OWN LOCK IF BasaltPROVIDE Water Conservancy District and other by law,NUMBERS and will issue to NEEDED. ALL ITEMS OR SPACES MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE ON DATE OF SALE. the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as proPublished in the Aspen Times Weekly, Glenwood vided by law. ASPEN MINI STORAGE Springs Post Independent and the Citizen Tele105 Publication10/3/2013 Woodward Lane gram, October 24, 2013. (9636808) First Aspen, CO 81611 Last Publication10/31/2013 (970) of 920-3333 Name PublicationThe Aspen Times Weekly *NO CALLS ABOUT AUCTION PLEASE* IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER Published in the Aspen Times Weekly DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF October 17, and 24, 2013. (9617990) INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; DATE: 07/31/2013 Thomas Carl Oken, Public Trustee in and for the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. The property to be foreclosed is:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Motion has been filed in Civil Action 5593, Garfield County District SEE EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO AND INCourt, requesting the appointment of Directors to CORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE the Board of Directors of the Basalt Water Conservancy District for Divisions 3 M and said District. O6NofDAYF R I DAY 8 : 3 0 A M EXHIBIT TO 5 :A0 0 P M This Motion also states that the following individu- ALL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND, als are seeking reappointment as directors of the 970. 3 8 4 - 9 1 3 5 SITUATE, LYING AND BEdivisions indicated for an additional term of office to ING IN THE COUNTY OF PITKIN AND STATE OF AN UNDIVIDED ONEcontinue until December 15, 2017: L E G A L S @COLORADO, AS PINTEREST E N T ITO M EINWIT: SLOT .CO MBLOCK 1, MOUNHALF 23, TAIN VALLEY SUBDIVISION TOGETHER WITH Scott Leslie - Division 3 THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE UNIT 8 OF THE Don Boyer - Division 6 DUPLEX BUILDING LOCATED THEREON, AS COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION The Court will hear said Motion on the 16th day SET FORTH IN AN OCCUPANCY, USE AND CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE of December, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. in the Garfield MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT RECORDED IN SALE NO. 13-040 County Courthouse, 109 Eighth Street, Glenwood BOOK 276 AT PAGES 407 TO 602, INCLUSIVE, To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with Springs, Colorado before The Honorable Denise K. PITKIN COUNTY RECORDS. regard to the following described Deed of Trust: Lynch in Civil Action 5593. All persons desiring to On August 29, 2013, the undersigned Public TrustAlso known by street and number as: 187 W ee caused the Notice of Election and Demand reattend may do so. Lupine Dr, Aspen, CO 81611-2352. lating to the Deed of Trust described below to be Applications for appointment as Director will be recorded in the County of Pitkin records. accepted by the District Court until November 15, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL Original Grantor(s) 2013. Applications and resumes must be sent to OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUM- Ronald Golbus and Carolyn S. Golbus the District Court of Garfield County, Colorado, at BERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. Original Beneficiary(ies) 109 Eighth Street, Suite 104, Glenwood Springs, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. NOTICE OF-SALE COMBINED NOTICE PUBLICATION Colorado 81601, with copies submitted to the BaCurrent Holder of Evidence of Debt holder of the Evidence of Debt se- Wells Fargo Bank, NA CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE salt Water Conservancy District in care of Balcomb The current of Trust, described herein, has Date of Deed of Trust SALE NO. 13-037 & Green, P.C., Post Office Drawer 790, Glenwood cured by the Deed filed Notice of Election salewith as September 02, 2009 Whom It May Concern:and ThisDemand Notice isfor given Springs, Colorado 81602. Applicants must have To provided and in described said DeedDeed of Trust. to by thelaw following of Trust: resided within the District for a period of one (1) regard County of Recording THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at Pitkin On July 23, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee year, and be the owner of real property within the public auction, A.M. Wednesday, the Noticeatof10:00 Election andon Demand relating Recording Date of Deed of Trust Division of the District for which appointment is caused 12/18/2013, Pitkin County Courthouse, at the September 09, 2009 the Deed ofatTrust described below to be recordsought. Division boundary maps are on file with to south front door, of 506 E Main St, Aspen, Colorado, Recording Information (Reception Number) in the County Pitkin records. the Court in this action. Division boundary maps ed sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the 562616 Original Grantor(s) and further information may be obtained from the said realBates property and all Lyle and Cela S.interest Bates of the said Grant- Original Principal Amount District's counsel, Christopher L. Geiger at (970) S. or(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the $742,520.00 Original Beneficiary(ies) 945-6546. purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in Outstanding Principal Balance The Ritz-Carlton Development Company, Inc. /s/ Chad J. Lee said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of $724,201.03 Current Holder of Evidence of Debt Chad J. Lee, Esq., Acting Secretary Trust, plus attorneys' fees, the expenses Development Company, Inc. of sale Basalt Water Conservancy District Ritz-Carlton and other items allowed by law, and will issue to Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby Date of Deed of Trust the purchaser 02, 2001 a Certificate of Purchase, all as pro- notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have Published in the Aspen Times Weekly, Glenwood May vided by law. County of Recording Springs Post Independent and the Citizen Telebeen violated as follows: failure to pay principal Pitkin gram, October 24, 2013. (9636808) and interest when due together with all other payFirst Publication10/24/2013 Recording Date of Deed of Trust ments provided for in the evidence of debt secured Last 04, Publication11/21/2013 May 2001 by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. Name of PublicationThe Aspen Times Weekly Recording Information (Reception Number) 454211 COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER LIEN. Original Principal Amount CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF The property to be foreclosed is: $261,000.00 SALE NO. 13-039 INTENT TOPrincipal CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTIBalance To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with Outstanding LOT 5, HOME FIRES SUBDIVISION, ACCORDTLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; $180,143.52 regard to the following described Deed of Trust: ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED OCOn August 22, 2013, the undersigned Public TrustTOBER 13, 1993 IN PLAT BOOK 32 AT PAGE DATE: 08/22/2013 to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby 78. COUNTY OF PITKIN, STATE OF COLORADO ee caused the Notice of Election and Demand re- Pursuant Thomasthat Carl Oken, PublicofTrustee forhave the the covenants the deedinofand trust lating to the Deed of Trust described below to be notified County of Pitkin, of Colorado been violated asState follows: failure to pay principal Also known by street and number as: 741 recorded in the County of Pitkin records. and interest when due together with all other pay- Hearthstone Dr, Basalt, CO 81621. Original Grantor(s) By: Desiree Wagner, Public of Trustee provided for inDeputy the evidence debt secured Grafton M Smith, who aquired Title as Grafton ments Smith and Phyllis G Smith, who acquired title as by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. The name, address, business telephone number THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL Phyllis Smith and bar registration numberMAY of the attorney(s) rep- OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMOriginal Beneficiary(ies) THE LIEN FORECLOSED NOT BE A FIRST BERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. resenting the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. LIEN. Caren Jacobs Castle #11790 Current Holder of Evidence of Debt NOTICE OF SALE Jennifer C. Rogers #34682 is: The property to be foreclosed Wells Fargo Bank, NA. The current holder of the Evidence of Debt seAlison Berry #34531 Date of Deed of Trust SEEL EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO AND cured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has Camille Y Harlan #43789 July 07, 2005 INCORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as Deanne R. Stodden #33214 County of Recording provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. Christopher T. GroenEXHIBIT #39976 A Pitkin THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at Cynthia Lowrey #34145 NO. 10 CONSISTING OF public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, RESIDENCE INTEREST Recording Date of Deed of Trust Elizabeth S. Marcus #16092 AN UNDIVIDED 1/12 INTEREST IN RESIDENCE 12/18/2013, at Pitkin County Courthouse, at the July 29, 2005 Kimberly Martinez #40351 NO. 8205L.OF ASPEN HIGHLANDS CONDOMINI- south front door, 506 E Main St, Aspen, Colorado, Recording Information (Reception Number) Reagan Larkin #42309 UMS, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the 512987 The Castle Law Group, LLC 999 18TH ST., #2201, CONDOMINIUM FOR ASPEN HIGHLANDS CON- said real property and all interest of the said GrantOriginal Principal Amount DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400 DOMINIUMS, RECORDED JANUARY 11, 2001, or(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the $171,000.00 The Attorney above is acting a debt collector RECEPTION NO. 450454 ASasAMENDED AND purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in Outstanding Principal Balance and is attempting to collect debt. TO Any TIME information SUPPLEMENTED FROMaTIME AND said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of $370,284.63 provided may be that FOR purpose. ACCORDING TOused THEforMAP ASPEN HIGH- Trust, plus attorneys' fees, the expenses of sale Attorney CONDOMINIUMS File # 13-05653 RECORDED JANU- and other items allowed by law, and will issue to Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby LANDS ©Public Colorado Revised 11,Trustees' 2001, INAssociation BOOK 56ofAT PAGE 24, RE- the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as pronotified that the covenants of the deed of trust have ARY 9/2012 E P T I O N N O . 4 5 0 4 5 5 A S A M E N D E D A N D vided by law. been violated as follows: failure to pay principal C and interest when due together with all other pay- SUPPLEMENTED FROM TIME TO TIME, ALL IN Published in the Times Weekly on October First Publication10/24/2013 OFFICE OFAspen THE CLERK AND RECORDERments provided for in the evidence of debt secured THE 24, 31 and November 14, 21, 2013. TOGETHER [9634257] OF PITKIN COUNTY,7,COLORADO, by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. Last Publication11/21/2013 WITH THE PERPETUAL USE OF TWENTY- Name of PublicationThe Aspen Times Weekly THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST EIGHT (28) DAYS PER YEAR FOR EACH 1/12 INTEREST OWNED IN ACCORDANCE WITH IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER LIEN. THE ASSOCIATION DOCUMENTS AND THE DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF The property to be foreclosed is: MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM DOCUMENTS FOR INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTISEE EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO AND IN- ASPEN HIGHLANDS CONDOMINIUMS. TLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; CORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL DATE: 08/29/2013 OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUM- Thomas Carl Oken, Public Trustee in and for the EXHIBIT A ALL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOT OR BERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. County of Pitkin, State of Colorado PARCEL OF LAND, SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN THE COUNTY OF PITKIN AND STATE OF NOTICE OF SALE By: Desiree Wagner, Deputy Public Trustee COLORADO, TO WIT: AN UNDIVIDED ONE- The current holder of the Evidence of Debt seHALF INTEREST IN LOT 23, BLOCK 1, MOUN- cured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has The name, address, business telephone number TAIN VALLEY SUBDIVISION TOGETHER WITH filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as and bar registration number of the attorney(s) repTHE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE UNIT 8 OF THE provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. resenting the legal holder of the indebtedness is: DUPLEX BUILDING LOCATED THEREON, AS THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at Caren Jacobs Castle #11790 SET FORTH IN AN OCCUPANCY, USE AND public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, Jennifer C. Rogers #34682 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT RECORDED IN 11/20/2013, at Pitkin County Courthouse, at the Alison L Berry #34531 BOOK 276 AT PAGES 407 TO 602, INCLUSIVE, south front door, 506 E Main St, Aspen, Colorado, Camille Y Harlan #43789 sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the Deanne R. Stodden #33214 PITKIN COUNTY RECORDS. said real property and all interest of the said Grant- Christopher T. Groen #39976 Also known by street and number as: 187 W or(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the Cynthia Lowrey-Graber #34145 purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in Elizabeth S. Marcus #16092 Lupine Dr, Aspen, CO 81611-2352. said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Kimberly L. Martinez #40351 THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL Trust, plus attorneys' fees, the expenses of sale Reagan Larkin #42309 OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUM- and other items allowed by law, and will issue to The Castle Law Group, LLC 999 18TH ST., #2201, the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as pro- DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400 BERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. vided by law. The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector NOTICE OF SALE and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information The current holder of the Evidence of Debt se- First Publication9/26/2013 provided may be used for that purpose. cured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has Last Publication10/24/2013 Attorney File # 13-04769 filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as Name of PublicationThe Aspen Times Weekly ©Public Trustees' Association of Colorado Revised provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. 9/2012 THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 12/18/2013, at Pitkin County Courthouse, at the INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTI- 24, 31 and November 7, 14, 21, 2013. [9634257] south front door, 506 E Main St, Aspen, Colorado, TLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grant- DATE: 07/23/2013 PUBLIC NOTICE or(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the Thomas Carl Oken, Public Trustee in and for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in County of Pitkin, State of Colorado NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of 30-28-116, C.R.S., and Chapter 1, Section 1.15.05 Trust, plus attorneys' fees, the expenses of sale By: Desiree Wagner, Deputy Public Trustee of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, as and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as pro- The name, address, business telephone number amended, that the Eagle County Planning Comand bar registration number of the attorney(s) rep- mission, County of Eagle, State of Colorado on vided by law. November 20th, 2013, at the Eagle County Room, resenting the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Eagle County Building, 500 Broadway, Eagle, ColCaren Jacobs Castle #11790 First Publication10/24/2013 orado; Roaring Fork Valley Regional Planning Jennifer C. Rogers #34682 Last Publication11/21/2013 Commission on November 21, 2013, at the Eagle Alison L Berry #34531 Name of PublicationThe Aspen Times Weekly County Community Center, 0020 Eagle Drive, El Camille Y Harlan #43789 Jebel, Colorado, shall hold a public hearing to conIF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER Deanne R. Stodden #33214 sider the following: DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF Christopher T. Groen #39976 INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTI- Cynthia Lowrey-Graber #34145 File No.: LUR-4550 Floodplain Overlay Zone DisElizabeth S. Marcus #16092 TLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; trict Land Use Regulation Update Kimberly L. Martinez #40351 Reagan Larkin #42309 DATE: 08/22/2013 Thomas Carl Oken, Public Trustee in and for the Request: Amendment to the Eagle County Land The Castle Law Group, LLC 999 18TH ST., #2201, Use Regulations, specifically Article III - Zone DisCounty of Pitkin, State of Colorado DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400 trict, to update Section 3-350 of the Eagle County The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector Land Use Regulation to amend the current floodBy: Desiree Wagner, Deputy Public Trustee and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information plain regulations per the State of Colorado's ColoThe name, address, business telephone number provided may be used for that purpose. rado Water Conservation Board revised floodplain and bar registration number of the attorney(s) rep- Attorney File # 13-04505 regulations. resenting the legal holder of the indebtedness is: ©Public Trustees' Association of Colorado Revised Scheduled items will be continued to the next Caren Jacobs Castle #11790 9/2012 Jennifer C. Rogers #34682 Board meeting day if the Board is unable to Alison L Berry #34531 complete its agenda as scheduled. Published in the Aspen Times Weekly for SeptemCamille Y Harlan #43789 ber 26, and October 3, 10, 17, 24, 2013 [9558332] Deanne R. Stodden #33214 Copies of the proposed amendment and related Christopher T. Groen #39976 documents may be examined in the Office of the Cynthia Lowrey #34145 Eagle County Department of Community DevelopElizabeth S. Marcus #16092 ment, located at 500 Broadway, Eagle, Colorado. Kimberly L. Martinez #40351 Telephone inquiries regarding the subject matter of Reagan Larkin #42309 the public notice maybe made by calling (970) A S P 328-3567. E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY The Castle Law Group, LLC 999 18TH ST., #2201, DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF EAprovided may be used for that purpose. GLE, STATE OF COLORADO. Attorney File # 13-05653

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Copies of the proposed amendment and related documents may be examined in the Office of the Eagle County Department of Community Development, located at 500 Broadway, Eagle, Colorado. Telephone inquiries regarding the subject matter of the public notice maybe made by calling (970) 328-3567.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS BEFORE THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT:

PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, to begin at 5:30pm, or as soon thereafter as the conduct of business allows, in the Pitkin County Community Development Department, 130 South Galena Street, Third Floor, Aspen, before the Pitkin County Board of Adjustment, to consider an application submitted by Kirk and Petra Gregory, 10 Harbor Lane, Aspen, CO 81611 requesting an 87'Arterial Highway Setback variance where 100' is required from the Highway right-of-way, and a 17' Front and 10' Rear Yard Setback variances where 30' and 10' is required respectively, on this 5,647 sq ft lot in the R-15 zone district for an addition to the existing single-family residence. The State Parcel Identification Number for this property is 273512300031.

/s/ TEAK J. SIMONTON County Clerk and Recorder and Ex-officio Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners Published in the Aspen Times Weekly October 24, 2013. (9648030)

PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Pitkin County, Colorado, hereinafter the "Board," shall make final settlement for the work contracted to be done on the project known as Independence Pass Compost Blanket Project, hereinafter the "Project," to Environmental Logistics, hereinafter the "Contractor," on November 8, 2013. Any person, co-partnership, association of persons, company or corporation that has furnished labor, materials, team hire, sustenance, provisions, provender, or other supplies used or consumed by the Contractor or its subcontractors in or about the performance of the Project contracted to be done or that supplies rental machinery, tools, or equipment to the extent used in the prosecution of the Project, whose claim therefor has not been paid by the Contractor or its subcontractors shall file with the Board written verified notice of such claims at any time up to and including the time of final settlement first stated above or forever waive any and all claims, without limitation, pursuant to C.R.S. § 38-26-107, as amended, against the Board of County Commissioners, Pitkin County, Colorado and the Project. All claims must be addressed as follows: Board of County Commissioners c/o Melissa Sever, 76 Service Center Dr, Aspen, Colorado 81611. Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 17, 24, 2014 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF THE FOLLOWING MATTERS OF INTEREST REGARDING THE PITKIN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: "Unless otherwise notified all regular and special meetings will be held in the Board of County Commissioners, Plaza One Conference Room, 530 E Main St, Aspen "All regular meeting items begin at 12:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the conduct of business all o w s . C h e c k a g e n d a a t http://www.aspenpitkin.com or call 920-5200 for meeting times for special meetings. "Copies of the full text of any resolution(s) and ordinance(s) referred to are available during regular business hours (8:30 - 4:30) in the Clerk and Recorder's office, 530 East Main Street, Suite 101, Aspen, Colorado 81611 NOTICE: ALL REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL BE HELD IN THE RIO GRANDE CONFERENCE ROOM 455 RIO GRANDE PLACE, ASPEN COLORADO NOTICE OF FINAL ADOPTIONS BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE FOLLOWING DULY NOTICED PUBLIC HEARINGS: The following Resolution on October 9, 2013: Resolution No. 079-2013 Granting Activity envelope and Site Plan Approval for the PT Ranch River Restoration Project for parcels described as: PT Ranch Barn LLC - Castle Creek Banks Partnership Lot Split PUD/Subdivision Lot 2, as specifically described and shown on the Castle Creek Banks Partnership Lot Split PUD/Subdivision Lot 2 and PT Ranch House, LLC. Parcel Subdivision Exemption Lot Line Adjustment Plat; and First Amendment to Lot 2, Castle Creek Banks Partnership Lot Split PUD/Subdivision Final Plat Situated in the N1/2NE1/4, Section 23, Township 10 South, Range 85 West of the 6th P.M., County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, as recorded in Plat Book 91 at Page 36 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. PT Ranch House LLC - PT Ranch House LLC Parcel, as specifically described and shown on the Castle Creek Banks Partnership Lot Split PUD/Subdivision Lot 2 and PT Ranch House LLC Parcel Subdivision Exemption Lot Line Adjustment Plat; and First Amendment to Lot 2, Castle Creek Banks Partnership Lot Split PUD/Subdivision Final Plat Situated in the N1/2NE1/4, Section 23, Township 10 South, Range 85 West of the 6th P.M., County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, as recorded in Plat Book 91 at Page 36 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. Rafelson Parcel 1 - A Tract of Land Situated in the N ½ of the NE ¼ of Section 23, Township 10 South, Range 85 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian. 1892 Castle Creek LLC - A Tract of Land Situated in the N ½ NE ¼ of Section 23, Township 10 South, Range 85 West of the Principle Meridian, Pitkin County, Colorado, lying Westerly of an adjacent to the Bonanza Placer Together with the Access Easement as set forth in Order Granting Motion for Summary Judgment recorded September 18, 2008 as Reception No. 552974 and recorded April 29, 2009 as Reception No. 558392

RE: Arterial Highway, Front and Rear Yard Setback Variances For 10 Harbor Lane, Aspen (Case 11-2013)

For further information contact Joanna Schaffner at the Pitkin Community Development Department, (970) 920-5105. Pitkin County Board of Adjustment Jeanette Jones, Deputy County Clerk Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 24, 2013. [9643682]

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF THE FOLLOWING MATTERS OF INTEREST REGARDING THE PITKIN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: "Unless otherwise notified all regular and special meetings will be held in the Board of County Commissioners, Plaza One Conference Room, 530 E Main St, Aspen "All regular meeting items begin at 12:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the conduct of business all o w s . C h e c k a g e n d a a t http://www.aspenpitkin.com for meeting times for special meetings or call 920-5200 "Copies of the full text of any resolution(s) and ordinance(s) referred to are available during regular business hours (8:30 - 4:30) in the Clerk and Recorder's office, 530 East Main Street, Suite 101, Aspen, Colorado 81611 "NOTICE: ALL REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER WILL BE HELD IN THE RIO GRANDE CONFERENCE ROOM 455 RIO GRANDE PLACE, ASPEN COLORADO NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2013: The following Ordinance: Ordinance Accepting the Conveyance of the Clear W Conservation Easement NOTICE OF CONFIRMATORY PUBLIC HEARINGS BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISISONERS ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2013: The following Resolutions: Emergency Resolution Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement for Provision of Mutual Aid to Boulder County Emergency Resolution Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement for the Provision of Mutual Aid to Weld County. PUBLIC NOTICE Pitkin County (a "home rule" county under article XIV, section 16, of the Colorado Constitution and C.R.S. 30-11-501, et seq.) will accept Qualifications from individuals and firms to conduct Records and Document Management Business Process Analysis and Infrastructure Auditing (BPA/IA) services in compliance with the International Institute of Business Analysis (or equivalent) guidelines and the ISO-15489 (or equivalent) guidelines. More detailed information may be obtained by contacting: John Loyd, Chief Technology Officer Pitkin County 530 Main St, 3rd Floor Aspen Colorado, 81611 (970) 920-5200 John.Loyd@co.pitkin.co.us Qualifications must be received at the above address no later than 3:00 pm MST on November 4, 2013 to be considered. Jeanette Jones, Deputy County Clerk Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 24, 2013. [9643682]

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A TAVERN LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICANT: OWNER:

CARIBOU CLUB LLC Richard Edwards, 212 S. Mill Street, Aspen, Owner

APPLICATION DATE: HEARING DATE: TRADE NAME:

October 1, 2013 November 5, 2013 Caribou Bar 415 E. Dean

Together with Easement as set forth in Driveway Easement Agreement recorded November 5, 2008 as Reception No. 554042.

Petitions or remonstrances may be filed with the office of the city clerk, City Hall, Aspen, Colorado.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS BEFORE THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT:

Kathryn Koch City Clerk

RE: Arterial Highway, Front and Rear Yard Published in the Aspen Times Weekly October 24, 2013. [9640149] Setback Variances For 10 Harbor Lane, Aspen (Case 11-2013)A S P E N T I M E S W E E K L Y V O c tob e r 2 4, 2013

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, to begin at 5:30pm, or as soon thereafter as the conduct of business allows, in the Pitkin County

You are required to file your answer or other response within thirty-five (35) days after service of this Summons upon you. Service of this Summons will be complete on the day of the last publication. A copy of the Complaint may be obtained from the clerk of the Court.

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A HOTEL AND RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICANT:

ROCKY ASPEN LLC

OWNER: David Burke, Fort Lee, NJ; member; Jeffrey Citron, Brielle, NJ, member; Suzanne Citron, Brielle, NJ, member; Patrick McGrath, Melrose, NY, member; Todd Lippiat, Brooklyn, NY, member APPLICATION DATE:

October 4, 2013

HEARING DATE: TRADE NAME:

November 5, 2013 David Burke's Kitchen 204 S. Galena

Petitions or remonstrances may be filed with the office of the city clerk, City Hall, Aspen, Colorado. Kathryn Koch City Clerk Published in the Aspen Times Weekly October 24, 2013. [9640204]

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Justin Hall Doty, Deceased Case Number 2013PR030041 All persons having claims against the above named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of Garfield County, Colorado on or before February 1, 2014 or the claims shall be forever barred. Harmony Scott, Personal Representative 199 Main Street Carbondale, CO. 81623 Published in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent and Aspen Times Weekly on October 10, 17, 24, 2013. {9596502}

PUBLIC NOTICE RE: 201 E. HYMAN AVENUE- CONCEPTUAL MAJOR DEVELOPMENT, DEMOLITION, ONSITE RELOCATION AND VARIANCES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, November 13, 2013, at a regular meeting to begin at 5:00 p.m. before the Aspen Historic Preservation Commission, in Council Chambers, City Hall, 130 S. Galena St., Aspen. HPC will consider an application submitted by 201 EH Investments LLC, P.O. Box 7928, Aspen, CO 81612, owner of the property located at 201 E. Hyman Avenue, Lots A, B and the west 2/3rd of Lot C, Block 76, City and Townsite of Aspen, PID #2735-124-73-001. The applicant requests HPC approval to demolish non-historic portions of the existing house and outbuilding, to relocate the outbuilding on the site, to temporarily lift the historic house for a new basement, and to construct a new addition. The applicant requests a 500 square foot floor area bonus. The following setback variances are requested: a front yard setback reduction of up to 5' and a west sideyard setback reduction of 3' for the historic house; a 4' west sideyard reduction for a lightwell, a 5' rear yard setback variance and 5' west sideyard setback variance for the outbuilding. A waiver of the Residential Design Standards related to "build-to line" and lightwells are proposed. For further information, contact Amy Simon at the City of Aspen Community Development Department, 130 S. Galena St., Aspen, CO, (970) 429-2758, amy.simon@cityofaspen.com. s/Jay Maytin Chair, Aspen Historic Preservation Commission Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 24, 2013. [9647807]

DISTRICT COURT, PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO Address: 505 East Main Street Aspen, CO 81611 COURT USE ONLY Case No.: 2013CV30089 Division: 6 PLAINTIFFS: Louis Meade Harker Family Trust U/A/D November 19, 1979; John A. Reeves; and William Robert Delaney Trust, under Agreement dated July 17, 2008 v. DEFENDANTS: All Unknown Heirs, Successors and Assigns of L. R. MacDonald formerly known as L. R. Osgood; and all other unknown persons who claim any interest in the subject matter of this action Attorney for Plaintiffs: Robert M. Noone The Noone Law Firm, P.C. P.O. Drawer 39 Glenwood Springs, CO 816 Phone Number: (970) 945-4500 Fax Number: (970) 945-5570 Email: rnoone@noonelaw.com SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the claims of the Complaint filed with the Court in this action, by filing with the clerk of this Court an answer or other response. You are required to file your answer or other response within thirty-five (35) days after service of this Summons upon you. Service of this Summons will be complete on the day of the last publication. A copy of the Complaint may be obtained from the clerk of the Court. If you fail to file your answer or other response to the Complaint in writing within thirty-five (35) days after the date of the last publication, judgment by default may be rendered against you by the Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint, without

If you fail to file your answer or other response to the Complaint in writing within thirty-five (35) days after the date of the last publication, judgment by default may be rendered against you by the Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint, without any further notice. This is an action to quiet the title of the Plaintiffs in and to the real property situated in Pitkin County, Colorado, more particularly described as follows: That part of the W 1/2 NE 1/4, Section 20; the S 1/2 SE 1/4, the NE 1/4 SE 1/4, E 1/2 NE 1/4, Section 17, all in Township 10 South Range 88 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, located easterly of the right-of-way of Colorado Highway No. 133, Project No. S-0163(3) as more particularly described in deed recorded February 14, 1961 in Book 193 at Page 211 as Reception No. 110978. EXCEPTING THEREFROM that parcel of land conveyed to S. H. Lynch by deed recorded July 31, 1964 in Book 208 at Page 360 as Reception No. 118395, and land as conveyed to Grace D. Llewellyn, Joseph Edward Llewellyn and Dorothy Jean Artaz, as Trustees of the Rees Llewellyn Trust recorded November 29, 1979 in Book 379 at Page 920 as Reception No. 219892 and that parcel of land conveyed in Warranty Deed recorded November 19, 1993 in Book 732 at Page 5. AND FURTHER EXCEPTING THEREFROM All that land contained on the following recorded Plats: Redstone Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 2 at Page 24; Redstone Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 2 at Page 30; Kistler Sub-Division of Redstone recorded in Plat Book 2A at Page 24; Redstone Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 5 at Page 38; Revised Plat And Addition to A Portion of Redstone Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 5 at Page 65; Refiling Of Lots 95 & 26 of the Redstone Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 8 at Page 69; Survey Correction and Boundary Adjustment Plat recorded in Plat Book 20 at Page 92; 1041 Hazard Review Site Plan For Colomo, Inc. recorded in Plat Book 29 at Page 42; Revised Plat of a Portion Of Kistler Subdivision of Redstone and Vacation of Fir Drive recorded in Plat Book 30 at Page 25; Redstone Levee Improvements 1041 Hazard Review Plat recorded in Plat Book 35 at Page 69; Bighorn Ridge P.U.D. Final Plat recorded in Plat Book 39 at Page 83; Amended Plat of Kistler Subdivision (Lots 1 and 2, Block 4 and Date Drive) recorded in Plat Book 40 at Page 80; Stan-Weis LLC Subdivision Exemption Plat recorded in Plat Book 99 at Page 55. AND FURTHER EXCEPTING THEREFROM All that land contained in the following documents: Deed recorded in Book 170 at Page 427; Deed recorded in Book 179 at Page 578; Deed recorded in Book 181 at Page 425; Deed recorded in Book 184 at Page 170; Deed recorded in Book 185 at Page 119; Deed recorded in Book 348 at Page 278; Document recorded as Reception No. 117476; Deed recorded in Book 566 at Page 327 and rerecorded in Book 772 at Page 100 as Reception No. 378202; Deed recorded in Book 666 at Page 619; Deed recorded as Reception No. 417695 Deed recorded as Reception No. 582639; And All that Land contained in the following documents: Book 188 at page 417;Book 188 at Page 493; Book 190 at Page 598; Book 252 at Page 749; Book 286 at page 273; Book 199 at Page 6; Book 732 at Page 5; and Book 760 at Page 381. Date: September 30, 2013 THE NOONE LAW FIRM, P.C. By: Robert M. Noone, Reg. #12452 Published in the Aspen Times Weekly First Publication: October 10, 2013. Last Publication: November 7, 2013. Published in the Aspen Times Weekly October 10, 17, 24, and 31, and November 7, 2013. (9610558)

BY THE ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, WHICH BONDS SHALL BEAR INTEREST AND MATURE, BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION (WITH OR WITHOUT PREMIUM), AND BE ISSUED, DATED AND SOLD AT SUCH TIME OR TIMES, AT SUCH PRICES (AT, ABOVE OR BELOW PAR) AND IN SUCH MANNER AND CONTAINING SUCH TERMS, NOT INCONSISTENT HEREWITH, AS THE TOWN COUNCIL MAY DETERMINE; AND, TO THE EXTENT THAT THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH BONDS IS NOT OTHERWISE PAID FROM REVENUES FROM THE TOWN'S PARKS, OPEN SPACE AND TRAILS (POST) 1% SALES TAX, AMOUNTS ON DEPOSIT IN THE TOWN'S GENERAL FUND OR OTHER AVAILABLE SOURCES, SHALL AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES BE LEVIED IN ANY YEAR TO PAY SUCH PRINCIPAL, PREMIUM AND INTEREST, WITHOUT LIMITATION AS TO RATE AND IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO GENERATE THE AMOUNTS SET FORTH ABOVE? _____YES_____NO Ballot Question 2C SHALL THE TOWN OF BASALT, COLORADO, ACTING THROUGH ITS TOWN COUNCIL, BE AUTHORIZED TO AMEND SECTION 4-65(a) AND SECTION 4-66 OF THE BASALT MUNICIPAL CODE TO PERMIT NOT MORE THAN TEN PERCENT (10%) OF THE FUNDS GENERATED BY THE ONE PERCENT (1%) SALES TAX RATE DEDICATED TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS FOR PARKS, OPEN SPACE ACQUISITION AND TRAIL PROJECTS TO BE USED FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF PARKS, OPEN SPACE, AND TRAILS? _____YES_____NO Ballot Question 2D Shall the Town of Basalt, Colorado, Home Rule Charter be Amended by the repeal of Article XIV, Section 14.8, regarding the termination of appointed officials? _____Yes_____No Return ballots must be received by 7 PM on Tuesday, November 5. You may return you ballot by mail. You may return you ballot in person during early voting and on election day at the locations listed below: If you spoil, deface or lose your ballot, you may obtain a replacement ballot during early voting and on election day at the locations listed below. For Basalt residents residing in Eagle County: Eagle County Community Building 20 Eagle County Drive El Jebel, CO Eagle County Administration Building 500 Broadway Eagle, CO For Basalt residents residing in Pitkin County: Grace Church 1776 Emma Road Basalt, CO Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder's Office 530 East Main Street Aspen, CO Snowmass Village Town Hall 130 Kerns Road Snowmass Village, CO For additional information, please call the Basalt Town Clerk's office at 970 927-4701 or e-mail Pam at pams@basalt.net /s/ Pamela K Schilling, Town Clerk Published in the Aspen Times Weekly October 24, 2013. (9645754)

Town of Basalt TOWN OF BASALT NOTICE OF ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special election for the Town of Basalt, Colorado, will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 for the purpose of putting forth three (3) questions to the voters. In order to vote on these 3 questions, you must be at least 18 years of age, a United States citizen, and a registered elector of the Town of Basalt. The election is being coordinated and conducted by the Clerks of Pitkin and Eagle counties. The election will be conducted as a mail ballot election. Ballots will be mailed by the County Clerks between October 15 and 18, to all registered electors of Basalt. If you believe you are a registered elector of Basalt and you do not receive a mail ballot, contact the Elections office for your county of residence for assistance. Eagle County Election Office: Eagle County Clerk & Recorder - El Jebel Annex Eagle County Community Building 20 Eagle County Drive El Jebel, CO Phone: 970 704-2700 For additional information and voter service and polling center locations, visit www.eaglecounty.us/Clerk Pitkin County Election Office: Pitkin County Clerk & Recorder 530 E. Main, #101 Aspen, CO 81611 Phone: 970 429-2713 For additional information and voter service and polling center locations, visit: www.pitkinvotes.org At said election, 3 questions will be submitted to Basalt residents as follows: Ballot Question 2B SHALL THE TOWN OF BASALT, COLORADO, DEBT BE INCREASED UP TO $5.0 MILLION, WITH A MAXIMUM REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $6.5 MILLION, AND SHALL TOWN TAXES BE INCREASED UP TO $650,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING A PORTION OF THE COSTS OF -R E D E V E L O P I N G T H E P A N A N D F O R K TRAILER PARK AREA, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO COSTS RELATING TO RIVER RESTORATION, FLOODPLAIN MITIGATION, CONSTRUCTION OF PARK AND STREET IMPROVEMENTS, AND SITE REDEVELOPMENT, BY THE ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, WHICH BONDS SHALL BEAR INTEREST AND MATURE, BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION (WITH OR WITHOUT PREMIUM), AND BE ISSUED, DATED AND SOLD AT SUCH TIME OR TIMES, AT SUCH PRICES (AT, ABOVE OR BELOW PAR) AND IN SUCH MANNER AND CONTAINING SUCH TERMS, NOT INCONSISTENT HEREWITH, AS THE TOWN COUNCIL MAY DETERMINE; AND, TO THE EXTENT THAT THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH BONDS IS NOT OTHERWISE PAID FROM

PUBLIC NOTICE Of DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL Notice is hereby given to the general public of the approval of a site specific development plan, and the creation of a vested property right pursuant to the Land Use Code of the City of Aspen and Title 24, Article 68, Colorado Revised Statutes, pertaining to the following legally described property: 206 Lake Avenue, Lot 20 of the Shaw and the WPW Joint Ventures Subdivision, City and Townsite of Aspen, Colorado. On October 9, 2013 the Aspen Historic Preservation Commission granted Minor Development Review approval, Hallam Lake Bluff Review, and temporary relocation for a new foundation for the historic home. For further information contact Sara Adams, at the City of Aspen Community Development Dept. 130 S. Galena St, Aspen, Colorado (970) 429-2778. s/ City of Aspen Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 24, 2013. [9647831]

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DELINQUENT TAX LIST Notice is hereby given that I will, according to the law, offer at public sale at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado on the 7th day of November, 2013 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of nine o’clock AM of said day, so much of the following described real estate and mining property, situate in said county of which taxes for the years mentioned have not been paid as shall be necessary to pay tax herein below set down, together with interest and penalties. R008142 ANDERSON ANGUS A FAMILY LLLP Parcel: 273718208009 Subdivision: COLUMBINE Unit: 2 801 E HOPKINS AVE #2 Tax $1,529.60 Interest $107.07 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,654.67 R020115 ARTIM LLC Parcel: 273707305089 Subdivision: OBERMEYER PLACE Unit: 121 DESC: GARAGE COMMERCIAL 601 RIO GRANDE PL #121 Tax $2,698.80 Interest $188.92 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,905.72 R004804 AWREY HOWARD LIV TRUST 50% Parcel: 273707406012 Subdivision: PARK CIRCLE Unit: C-1 425 PARK CIR #C1 Tax $1,596.20 Interest $111.73 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,725.93 R009837 BD DEVELOPMENT LLC Parcel: 273501340002 Subdivision: H/B CONDOMINIUMS Unit: 2 1278 SNOWBUNNY LN #2 Tax $4,079.72 Interest $285.58 Other $18.00 Total Due: $4,383.30 R006349 BEAR GLENN F & DOROTHY J Parcel: 247124300059 MINE: COLUMBIA - 6656A 100% ALL SURFACE & MINERAL RIGHTS IN THE FRYING PAN MINING DISTRICT LAKE VIEW DR Tax $400.16 Interest $28.01 Other $18.00 Total Due: $446.17 R011455 BELL MARTIN W Parcel: 273707366224 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 1233 DESC: PHASE III 1233 VINE ST #1233 Tax $863.08 Interest $60.42 Other $18.00 Total Due: $941.50 R009510 BLOEMINK BARBARA Parcel: 273707337064 Subdivision: PARK CENTRAL WEST Unit: 5 210 E HYMAN AVE #5 Tax $2,382.04 Interest $166.74 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,566.78 R016205 BRAUN ALFRED A HUT SYSTEM INC Parcel: 299905400002 MINE: ALBAN - 7100 100% 10.33 ACRES ALL SURFACE & MINERAL RIGHTS Tax $7.80 Interest $0.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26.35 R013530 BRIGHAM PETER & DARLENE Parcel: 272929201040 Subdivision: CRYSTAL RIVER PARK FIRST ADDITION Lot: 8A 122 CHAIR MOUNTAIN DR Tax $3,075.56 Interest $215.29 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,308.85 R020701 BRIGHAM PETER W & DARLENE K Parcel: 272929201098 Subdivision: CRYSTAL RIVER PARK Lot: 7 CHAIR MOUNTAIN DR Tax $844.48 Interest $59.11 Other $18.00 Total Due: $921.59 R000877 BRITTINGHAM JOHN SHELBY Parcel: 273512313027 Subdivision: VILLA OF ASPEN TOWNHOUSES Unit: 22 100 N EIGHTH ST #22 Tax $4,569.12 Interest $319.84 Other $18.00 Total Due: $4,906.96 R019760 BROWN PETER SCOTT Parcel: 264316106030 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 30 138 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Tax $89.94 Interest $5.40 Other $18.00 Total Due: $113.34 R021111 CASCO MANAGEMENT LLC Parcel: 246522400001 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 87 W2 OF THE SE4SE4 OF SEC 22 & W2 OF THE NE4NE4 OF SEC 27 W SOPRIS CREEK RD Tax $43.96 Interest $3.08 Other $18.00 Total Due: $65.04 R002910 CDM PROPERTIES LLC Parcel: 273506101001 Subdivision: COUNTRY CLUB UNIT 1 Lot: 16 464 FAIRWAY DR Tax $1,980.87 Interest $39.62 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,038.49 R007641 CERF-GRAHAM LINDA Parcel: 272909200022 Section: 9 Township: 10 Range: 88 TRACT OF LAND IN SW4NW4 OF SEC 9-10-88 LYING WLY OF THE ELY LINE OF SAID SW4NW4 & SELY OF THE SELY LINE OF THE CRYSTAL RIVER RR R-O-W DESC BY M/B BK 407 PG 399 531 DORAIS WY Tax $250.35 Interest $12.52 Other $18.00 Total Due: $280.87

R003239 CLEARY WILLIAM J Parcel: 264316300042 Section: 16 Township: 9 Range: 85 SW4 A TRACT OF LAND SITUATED IN LOT 13 SEC 16-9-85 CONT ACRES M/L BEING FULLY DESCRIBED BY M/B SEE DEED OF RECORD IN BK 208 PG 253 26 TWINING FLATS RD Tax $3,148.84 Interest $220.42 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,387.26 R017075 COHEN RICHARD A & ELIZABETH A Parcel: 264334416023 Subdivision: NORTH FORTY PUD Block: 3 Lot: 23 74 TOTTERDOWN RD Tax $1,407.76 Interest $98.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,524.31 R012217 COOPER MATTHEW MARC & NINA IRENE Parcel: 273707366352 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 313 DESC: PHASE I 313 VINE ST #313 Tax $818.96 Interest $49.14 Other $18.00 Total Due: $886.10 R011546 CORCORAN JAMES W Parcel: 273707425724 Subdivision: CENTENNIAL Unit: B-204 223 FREE SILVER CT #B204 Tax $210.76 Interest $12.65 Other $18.00 Total Due: $241.41 R021735 CROSBY THOMAS Parcel: 273536400060 Quarter: SE Section: 36 Township: 10 Range: 36 HIGHLANDS MINING DISTRICT MINE: CARRIE L - 5114A 2/3 MINERAL RIGHTS MINE: EMMA R - 5114A 2/3 MINERAL RIGHTS MIDNIGHT MINE RD Tax $2.04 Interest $0.14 Other $18.00 Total Due: $20.18 R004599 DOV SEIDMAN LIVING TRUST Parcel: 273718269010 Subdivision: ASPEN ALPS SOUTH Unit: 711 DESC: SPACE A KNOWN AS UNIT 711 700 UTE AVE #711 Tax $1,431.72 Interest $100.22 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,549.94 R011296 ERICKSON JOLLYN Parcel: 273502307076 Subdivision: INN AT ASPEN Unit: 2218 38750 HWY 82 #2218 Tax $362.32 Interest $25.36 Other $18.00 Total Due: $405.68 R010168 GARNER DEXTER VEE TRUST Parcel: 264306202006 Subdivision: DOUBLE X QUARTER CIRCLE RANCH Lot: 6 150 WATSON DIVIDE RD Tax $27.75 Interest $1.11 Other $18.00 Total Due: $46.86 R006489 GIUFFRIDA CHRISTOPHER D Parcel: 264514200011 Subdivision: SHIELD-O-MESA Section: 14 Township: 9 Range: 86 TRACT IN SW4NW4 OF SEC 14-9-86 CONT 1.00 AC M/L DESC BY M/B AKA LOT 17 SNOWMASS HIGHLANDS SUBDIVISION BK 239 PG 728 BK 571 PGS 711-712 800 RURAL MTN WY Tax $4,175.52 Interest $292.29 Other $18.00 Total Due: $4,485.81 R019761 GLASS HILARY Parcel: 264316106031 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 31 140 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Tax $180.96 Interest $12.67 Other $18.00 Total Due: $211.63 R000032 GOMEL BARRY Parcel: 273718202001 Subdivision: QUEEN VICTORIA Unit: 1 916 E HOPKINS AVE #1 Tax $3,380.88 Interest $236.66 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,635.54 R008328 GREER DAVID Parcel: 273718267131 Subdivision: GANT Unit: H-201 610 S WEST END ST #H201 Tax $3,458.96 Interest $242.13 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,719.09 R018746 HALE DARIEN T & VICKI M Parcel: 246721390042 Subdivision: LAZY GLEN Lot: 42 42 LAZY GLEN Tax $1,195.96 Interest $83.72 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,297.68 R015753 HAMAN MICHAEL C Parcel: 264306490046 Subdivision: ASPEN VILLAGE Lot: 46 46 ASPEN VILLAGE Tax $1,709.20 Interest $68.37 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,795.57 R007028 HIGBIE DONALD M & DANA G Parcel: 246707300009 Tract: 46 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 86 PARCEL OF LAND IN TRACT 46 OF SEC 7-8-86 BK 277 PG 663 BK 376 PG 776 CONT 1.53 AC M/L THIS TRACT OF LAND CONSISTS OF 1 AC IN PITKIN CO & .53 AC IN EAGLE CO MOBILE HOME IS SITUATED ON THE EAGLE CO TRACT OF LAND 521 EMMA RD Tax $631.56 Interest $37.89 Other $18.00 Total Due: $687.45

R013309 HOROWITZ JAMES M Parcel: 273707372021 Subdivision: ANDREWS-MCFARLIN Unit: B 4&6 N MILL ST #B4&6 Tax $1,201.18 Interest $60.06 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,279.24

R004952 MILLER TANYA B Parcel: 273718274016 Subdivision: DURANT Unit: 3-C 738 S GALENA ST #3C Tax $3,428.08 Interest $239.97 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,686.05

R004138 JL HOLDINGS CLAY LANE LP Parcel: 273504400002 Section: 4 Township: 10 Range: 85 TRACT OF LAND IN LOT 20 & THE NE4SE4 SEC 4-10-85 DESC BY M/B CONT 5.00 AC TOGETHER WITH RD EASEMENT BK 228 PGS 364-366 BK 520 PG 280 170 CLAY LN Tax $1,538.09 Interest $30.77 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,586.86

R006332 MILVICH BORIS Parcel: 264504201015 Subdivision: LITTLE ELK CREEK VILLAGE Block: 3 Lot: 8 FILING 2 380 LITTLE ELK CREEK AVE Tax $1,639.14 Interest $98.35 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,755.49

R000498 KASHNIG WILLIAM Parcel: 273718234035 Subdivision: CHATEAU ROARING FORK Unit: 31-B 1039 E COOPER AVE #31B Tax $2,477.72 Interest $173.44 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,669.16 R012634 KGB REALTY LLC Parcel: 273301306158 Subdivision: CRESTWOOD Unit: 103-I DESC: & 104-I, AKA, I-3113 400 WOOD RD #3113I Tax $3,194.96 Interest $223.65 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,436.61 R009340 KISTER MARK L Parcel: 246527100001 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 87 E2 OF THE SE4SE4 OF SEC 22 & E2 OF THE NE4NE4 OF SEC 27 1900 W SOPRIS CREEK RD Tax $43.96 Interest $3.08 Other $18.00 Total Due: $65.04 R006939 KISTER MARK L Parcel: 246527100002 Section: 27 Township: 8 Range: 87 NW4NE4 OF SEC 27-8-87 W SOPRIS CREEK RD Tax $43.96 Interest $3.08 Other $18.00 Total Due: $65.04 R019391 LEE JOEL D Parcel: 273503100738 Subdivision: ANNIE MITCHELL HOMESTEAD Unit: 722 DESC: BLDG C 722 PASS GO LN #722 Tax $441.56 Interest $30.91 Other $18.00 Total Due: $490.47 R017277 LEVENTHAL ROBERT B Parcel: 273718166015 Subdivision: SNYDER PARK CONDO Unit: E2 515 KATHRYNS WY #E-2 Tax $1,242.23 Interest $86.96 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,347.19 R010675 LONE EAGLE TRUST Parcel: 273512447001 Subdivision: LITTLE VICTORIAN Unit: 1 634 E MAIN ST #1 Tax $1,730.36 Interest $121.13 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,869.49 R015584 LONG MARTHA 20/1751 INT Parcel: 246123100012 ALL MINERALS & MINERAL RIGHTS & INTERESTS LYING IN UPON OR UNDER THE FOLLOWING DESC LAND IN W2NW4 E2NE4 SW4 SE4 SEC 14-8-89 SE4 W2NE4 N2NW4 SEC 15-8-89 NE4NE4 SEC 16-8-89 E2 SEC 22-8-89 ALL OF SEC 23-8-89 W2SW4 OF SEC 25-8-89 W2 SE4 NW4NE4 OF SEC 26-8-89 E2 SEC 27-8-89 NE4 E2NW4 SEC 34-8-89 NW4 W2NE4 SEC 35-8-89 SUBJECT TO EXISTING R-O-W EASEMENTS ETC THOMPSON CREEK RD Tax $17.72 Interest $1.24 Other $38.00 Total Due: $56.96 R019772 MAHONEY SHERYL C Parcel: 264316106042 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 42 144 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Tax $192.24 Interest $13.46 Other $18.00 Total Due: $223.70 R004677 MATZORKIS NICHOLAS J & SUSAN P Parcel: 273513128001 Subdivision: MOUNTAIN QUEEN Unit: 9 800 S MONARCH ST #09 Tax $194.01 Interest $7.76 Other $18.00 Total Due: $219.77 R012335 MAX 1 LLC Parcel: 273707366315 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 121 DESC: PHASE I 121 VINE ST #121 Tax $1,030.20 Interest $61.81 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,110.01 R021024 MCAVOY MARK J Parcel: 273301343012 Subdivision: CAPITOL PEAK LODGE CONDO Unit: 3219 DESC: BLDG 2B 90 CARRIAGE WY #3219 Tax $4,513.96 Interest $315.98 Other $18.00 Total Due: $4,847.94 R015516 MCCONATY MRS JAMES Parcel: 273513100046 Section: 13 Township: 10 Range: 85 IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT MINE: PIONEER - 1721 .04% 8.38 ACRES Tax $7.80 Interest $0.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26.35

R000962 MURRAY JOYCE K Parcel: 273718232003 Subdivision: EAST ASPEN ADDITION Block: 34 Lot: K LESS 345.51 SQ’ 1000 E COOPER AVE Tax $3,734.52 Interest $261.42 Other $18.00 Total Due: $4,013.94 R016957 MURRAY TERRY Parcel: 273707490208 Subdivision: SMUGGLER PARK Lot: 208 208 COTTONWOOD LN Tax $854.84 Interest $51.29 Other $18.00 Total Due: $924.13

R000567 SABLE LTD Parcel: 273718210042 Subdivision: CHATEAU CHAUMONT Unit: 12 731 E DURANT AVE #12 Tax $2,237.92 Interest $156.65 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,412.57

R001172 PARIMAR LTD Parcel: 273718270023 Subdivision: CHATEAU DU MONT Unit: 8 715 E DURANT AVE #8 Tax $2,546.12 Interest $178.23 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,742.35 R013214 PENNY SPRINGS LLC Parcel: 272904200002 Section: 4 Township: 10 Range: 88 LAND IN LOT 3 & SE4 NW4 OF SEC 4-10-88 OF PARCEL “C” BK 619 PG 815 BK 619 PG 808 14655 HWY 133 Tax $2,571.90 Interest $154.31 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,744.21 R010624 PETERS JULIE Parcel: 273718112764 Subdivision: VINCENTI Unit: 5 1015 E HYMAN AVE #5 Tax $331.32 Interest $23.19 Other $18.00 Total Due: $372.51

R004414 PITKIN COUNTY Parcel: 273707100004 Section: 7 Township: 10 Range: 84 LOT 2 SEC 7-1084 7.33 AC LACKS LEGAL ACCESS BIA Tax $4,032.56 Interest $282.28 Other $18.00 Total Due: $4,332.84

R010783 PRICE DOUGLAS Parcel: 273512491028 Subdivision: ASPEN (THE) AKA ASPEN BED & BREAKFAST Unit: 303 311 W MAIN ST #303 Tax $460.64 Interest $32.24 Other $18.00 Total Due: $510.88 R010785 PRICE DOUGLAS Parcel: 273512491030 Subdivision: ASPEN (THE) AKA ASPEN BED & BREAKFAST Unit: 305 311 W MAIN ST #305 Tax $460.64 Interest $32.24 Other $18.00 Total Due: $510.88 R010790 PRICE DOUGLAS Parcel: 273512491035 Subdivision: ASPEN (THE) AKA ASPEN BED & BREAKFAST Unit: 310 311 W MAIN ST #310 Tax $483.60 Interest $33.85 Other $18.00 Total Due: $535.45

R019197 SAND CANYON CORP Parcel: 273512449013 Subdivision: CHRISTIANA ASPEN CONDO Unit: B101 DESC: PHASE I 501 W MAIN ST #B101 Tax $3,401.88 Interest $238.13 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,658.01 R003271 SCHEUER EVAN & JULIA Parcel: 264320101008 Subdivision: BRUSH CREEK VILLAGE Block: 3 Lot: 13 FILING 2 1969 JUNIPER HILLS DR Tax $4,456.16 Interest $311.93 Other $18.00 Total Due: $4,786.09 R017472 SCOTT EDWARD Parcel: 273718263023 Subdivision: 914 WATERS CONDO Unit: P2 DESC: PARKING SPACE 914 WATERS AVE #P2 Tax $36.20 Interest $2.53 Other $18.00 Total Due: $56.73

R021794 PITKIN COUNTY Parcel: 272920100803 Subdivision: MCCORMICK PARCEL SUB EXEMPTION Lot: B KNOWN AS PARCEL B 117 REDSTONE BLVD Tax $61.28 Interest $4.29 Other $18.00 Total Due: $83.57

R010778 PRICE DOUGLAS Parcel: 273512491023 Subdivision: ASPEN (THE) AKA ASPEN BED & BREAKFAST Unit: 210 311 W MAIN ST #210 Tax $483.60 Interest $33.85 Other $18.00 Total Due: $535.45

R001263 REID DAVID MAST Parcel: 273512446024 Subdivision: 700 WEST HOPKINS CONDOMINIUMS Unit: 6 700 W HOPKINS AVE #6 Tax $7.56 Interest $0.45 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26.01

R011458 ROSELLE VERONICA Parcel: 273707366227 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 1236 DESC: PHASE III 1236 VINE ST #1236 Tax $24.38 Interest $1.22 Other $18.00 Total Due: $43.60

R003804 OWSLEY ANN SANDERSEN Parcel: 264315200012 Subdivision: M/B WOODY CREEK Section: 15 Township: 9 Range: 85 A PARCEL OF LAND IN LOTS 3 & 9 DESC BY M/B BK 364 PG 616 1226 WOODY CREEK RD Tax $2,614.82 Interest $156.89 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,789.71

R010761 PRICE DOUGLAS Parcel: 273512491006 Subdivision: ASPEN (THE) AKA ASPEN BED & BREAKFAST Unit: 105 311 W MAIN ST #105 Tax $414.40 Interest $29.01 Other $38.00 Total Due: $481.41

R004871 QD FORECASTLE LLC Parcel: 273718244004 Subdivision: ASPEN ALPS SOUTH Unit: 4 DESC: BLDG C-AKA UNIT 504 700 UTE AVE #504C Tax $3,199.16 Interest $223.94 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,441.10

R015888 RODRIGUEZ JUAN Parcel: 264306490150 Subdivision: ASPEN VILLAGE Lot: 150 150 ASPEN VILLAGE #150 Tax $2,572.68 Interest $180.09 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,770.77

R008089 NJH CENTENNIAL LLC Parcel: 273718203020 Subdivision: CENTENNIAL PARK Unit: 103 824 E HOPKINS AVE #103 Tax $2,297.32 Interest $160.81 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,476.13

R008244 POTOK JACK & KATEY A Parcel: 273301309047 Subdivision: STONEBRIDGE INN Unit: 516 300 CARRIAGE WY #516 Tax $303.16 Interest $21.22 Other $18.00 Total Due: $342.38

R011756 PRICE DOUGLAS Parcel: 273512491039 Subdivision: ASPEN (THE) AKA ASPEN BED & BREAKFAST Unit: 403 311 W MAIN ST #403 Tax $550.80 Interest $38.56 Other $38.00 Total Due: $627.36

R007327 SHERMAN ROGER E & TAMERA M Parcel: 272929304004 Subdivision: REDSTONE RANCH ACRES Block: 3 Lot: E-4 233 BOBCAT LN Tax $22.19 Interest $1.33 Other $18.00 Total Due: $41.52 R015520 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 273513300008 MINE: CORONADO - 5410 56% 0 ACRES18/32 SURFACE-18/32 MINERAL Tax $451.60 Interest $31.61 Other $18.00 Total Due: $501.21 R015539 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 273524100018 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT MINE: MAYFLOWER - 3986 .04% 8.4 ACRES Tax $7.80 Interest $0.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26.35 R015556 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 273524100053 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 MINE: SAN JACINTO - 4275 .17% 2.7 ACRES1/6 SURFACE & MINERAL RIGHTS IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT Tax $7.80 Interest $0.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26.35 R016257 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 273524100076 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 MINE: SADDLE ROCK - 4039 .13% 4.55 ACRES1/8 SURFACE & MINERAL RIGHTS IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT Tax $191.48 Interest $13.40 Other $18.00 Total Due: $222.88 R016076 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 273708100003 Section: 08 Township: 10 Range: 84 IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT MINE: PONTIAC - 4566 100% 9.99 ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS ONLY Tax $7.80 Interest $0.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26.35 R005799 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 273731300036 Section: 31 Township: 10 Range: 84 SITUATED IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT MINE: HERCULES - 4251 50% 8 ACRES1/2 SURFACE 1/2 MINERAL RIGHTS Tax $7.36 Interest $0.52 Other $18.00 Total Due: $25.88

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R016117 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 290906300003 Section: 06 Township: 11 Range: 84 IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT MINE: WILMINGTON - 4338 10.33 ACRES3/16 SURFACE & 9/16 MINERAL Tax $368.20 Interest $25.77 Other $18.00 Total Due: $411.97 R016128 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 290906300026 Subdivision: MINING CLAIM Quarter: SW Section: 06 Township: 11 Range: 84 IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT MINE: HOWARD RUSSELL - 4338 .188% 10.33 ACRES3/16 SURFACE & 4/16 MINERAL RIGHTS UPPER HURRICANE RD Tax $268.92 Interest $18.82 Other $18.00 Total Due: $305.74 R016178 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 291101400009 Section: 01 Township: 11 Range: 85 IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT MINE: PICNIC 4338 10.33 ACRES3/16 SURFACE & 9/16 MINERAL Tax $295.88 Interest $20.71 Other $18.00 Total Due: $334.59 R016186 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 291112100020 Section: 12 Township: 11 Range: 85 IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT MINE: IDLEWILD - 4338 10.33 ACRES3/16 SURFACE & 9/16 MINERAL Tax $294.28 Interest $20.60 Other $18.00 Total Due: $332.88 R016258 SMART EDWIN J Parcel: 299714400052 Section: 14 Township: 12 Range: 85 IN THE COLUMBIA MINING DISTRICT MINE: EMMA - 6976 .07% 10.33 ACRES Tax $87.68 Interest $6.14 Other $18.00 Total Due: $111.82 R011758 SNOWMASS CO Parcel: 273301112002 Subdivision: SNOWMASS INTERFAITH CHAPEL Lot: 2 OPEN SPACE, GREEN AREA OWL CREEK RD Tax $178.92 Interest $12.52 Other $18.00 Total Due: $209.44

R015540 VAGNEUR TONY Parcel: 273524100018 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 MINE: MAYFLOWER - 3986 .292% 8.4 ACRESROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT Tax $7.80 Interest $0.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26.35 R011313 WALLACE ELLIOTT R & KAREN R Parcel: 273502307094 Subdivision: INN AT ASPEN Unit: 2239 38750 HWY 82 #2239 Tax $166.32 Interest $9.98 Other $18.00 Total Due: $194.30

R016592 DAHLSTROM MARK Parcel: 246707403051 Subdivision: ROARING RIVER LODGES Unit: 47 DESC: BLDG D 23400 TWO RIVERS RD #47 Tax $7,541.44 Interest $527.90 Other $18.00 Total Due: $8,087.34

R001459 WINE RICHARD A TRUST Parcel: 273718243083 Subdivision: ASPEN SQUARE Unit: 35 DESC: AKA UNIT 135 617 E COOPER AVE #135 Tax $1,760.42 Interest $105.63 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,884.05

R018393 DOUTHAT NEIL T REV TRUST Parcel: 246717429025 Subdivision: ROARING FORK CLUB PUD Block: 1 Lot: 6B 6B SPORTS GARDEN CT Tax $8,511.46 Interest $510.69 Other $18.00 Total Due: $9,040.15

R009939 WONG MARGARET S-K 50% Parcel: 273707366786 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 835 DESC: PHASE II 835 VINE ST #835 Tax $338.76 Interest $23.71 Other $18.00 Total Due: $380.47

R015316 DROSTE PETER C Parcel: 264329100010 Subdivision: DROSTE/PIONEER SPRGS RANCHUNPLATTED Lot: 1 AKA PARCEL 1 1001 BRUSH CREEK RD,999 BRUSH CREEK RD Tax $5,324.74 Interest $319.48 Other $18.00 Total Due: $5,662.22

R012796 148 PLACER LANE LLC Parcel: 273707275002 Subdivision: WILSON M WILLIAMS SPLIT Lot: 2 148 PLACER LN Tax $8,816.74 Interest $529.00 Other $18.00 Total Due: $9,363.74

R002663 DUNWORTH R LAWRENCE GST TRUST Parcel: 273301307022 Subdivision: WOODRUN UNIT ONE Lot: 72 546 EDGEWOOD LN Tax $21,489.32 Interest $1,504.25 Other $18.00 Total Due: $23,011.57

R020236 337 LAKE AVE LLC Parcel: 273512135002 Subdivision: DAGGS HISTORIC LANDMARK LOT SPLIT Lot: B 640 N THIRD ST Tax $24,279.32 Interest $1,699.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $25,996.87

R016768 FERRARA VINCENT J & ANNA Parcel: 273514111104 Subdivision: MOORE FAMILY PUD Block: G Lot: 4 983 MOORE DR Tax $26,360.84 Interest $1,845.26 Other $18.00 Total Due: $28,224.10

R003352 44 JD LLC Parcel: 264335101007 Subdivision: STARWOOD Block: 2 Lot: R-30 STARWOOD TWO 44 JOHNSON DR,42 JOHNSON DR Tax $31,152.32 Interest $2,180.66 Other $18.00 Total Due: $33,350.98

R021332 SUITE 300 GARAGE LLC Parcel: 273718227210 Subdivision: ASPEN BROWNSTONES Unit: 6 DESC: PARKING 707 E HYMAN AVE #PARKING 6 Tax $656.20 Interest $45.93 Other $18.00 Total Due: $720.13

R000259 520 EAST COOPER PTNRS LLC Parcel: 273718224016 Subdivision: ASPENHOF Unit: RB-1 520 E COOPER AVE #LL1-5,520 E COOPER AVE #LL HOUSE Tax $21,657.75 Interest $1,516.04 Other $18.00 Total Due: $23,191.79

R021760 SUITE 300 OFFICE LLC Parcel: 273718227117 Subdivision: 300 SOUTH SPRING ST CONDO Unit: 300, 300 S SPRING ST #300 Tax $1,162.40 Interest $81.37 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,261.77

R013384 BCL TRUST 48% Parcel: 273718146009 Subdivision: GORDON/CALLAHAN Lot: 9 AMENDED 1409 CRYSTAL LAKE RD Tax $30,700.28 Interest $2,149.02 Other $18.00 Total Due: $32,867.30

R008082 TARGET III LLC Parcel: 273718134009 Subdivision: ASPEN VIEW Unit: 304 326 MIDLAND AVE #304 Tax $659.60 Interest $39.58 Other $18.00 Total Due: $717.18

R006205 BOYD KYLE K Parcel: 273717307040 Subdivision: MOUNTAIN VALLEY Block: 1 Lot: 38 4-PLEX 375 W LUPINE DR Tax $6,051.68 Interest $423.62 Other $18.00 Total Due: $6,493.30

R011417 TOWNSEND R JAMES Parcel: 273707366186 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 1112 DESC: PHASE III 1112 VINE ST #1112 Tax $992.36 Interest $69.47 Other $18.00 Total Due: $1,079.83 R002590 TRAILS 204 LLC Parcel: 273302408063 Subdivision: TOV/ASPEN TRAILS Unit: 204 855 CARRIAGE WY #204 Tax $3,532.68 Interest $247.29 Other $18.00 Total Due: $3,797.97

R014915 CREEKS G INC Parcel: 273506402044 Subdivision: PINES (EAST VILLAGE) Lot: 44 461 PINE CREST DR Tax $38,769.72 Interest $2,713.88 Other $18.00 Total Due: $41,501.60

R002317 WALTERS DENISE Parcel: 273301103010 Subdivision: SEASONS 4 Unit: 110 DESC: BLDG. C 34 UPPER WOODBRIDGE RD #C110 Tax $14.17 Interest $0.85 Other $18.00 Total Due: $33.02

R014137 SNOWMASS RESORT ASSOC INC Parcel: 273302400803 COMMON AREA LANDS WEST VILLAGE SNOWMASS VILLAGE BK 227 PG 186 BK 332 PG 186 LESS A 0.27 AC PORTION CONVEYED TO WPM RECREATION LLC AT REC 450064 Tax $2,197.44 Interest $153.82 Other $18.00 Total Due: $2,369.26

R008227 TOLAND PAUL & KITCHINER ROSIE Parcel: 273301309029 Subdivision: STONEBRIDGE INN Unit: 409 300 CARRIAGE WY #409 Tax $303.16 Interest $21.22 Other $18.00 Total Due: $342.38

R020009 CREEKS G INC Parcel: 273301307026 Subdivision: WOODRUN UNIT ONE Lot: 7 611 EDGEWOOD LN Tax $43,541.40 Interest $3,047.90 Other $18.00 Total Due: $46,607.30

R009336 BRADTKE THOMAS A TRUST Parcel: 264522400559 Section: 22 Township: 9 Range: 86 TRACT OF LAND BEGINNING AT A POINT BEING 1415.55 FT N 23 DEG 22’ E FROM THE S4 CORNER OF SEC 22-9-86 DESC BY M/B CONT 11.76 AC M/L BK 381 PG 375 BK 415 PG 514 BK 418 PG 90 BK 436 PG 295 OLD POND WY Tax $11,644.96 Interest $815.15 Other $18.00 Total Due: $12,478.11 R020008 CREEKS G INC Parcel: 273301307025 Subdivision: WOODRUN UNIT ONE Lot: 6 611 EDGEWOOD LN Tax $7,975.24 Interest $558.27 Other $18.00 Total Due: $8,551.51

R017427 GECMC 2007 C1 PARAGON BUILDING LLC Parcel: 273718216042 Subdivision: PARAGON BUILDING CONDOS Unit: 2 419 E HYMAN AVE #2 Tax $34,098.04 Interest $2,386.86 Other $18.00 Total Due: $36,502.90 R017431 GECMC 2007 C1 PARAGON BUILDING LLC Parcel: 273718216046 Subdivision: PARAGON BUILDING CONDOS Unit: 6 419 E HYMAN AVE #6 Tax $16,976.76 Interest $1,188.37 Other $18.00 Total Due: $18,183.13 R014395 GOLBUS FAMILY TRUST Parcel: 246707403026 Subdivision: ROARING RIVER LODGES Unit: 26 DESC: BLDG B 23286 TWO RIVERS RD #26 Tax $5,700.24 Interest $399.02 Other $18.00 Total Due: $6,117.26 R006766 HGL LLC Parcel: 246727200004 Section: 27 Township: 8 Range: 86 PART OF TR 74 SEC 27 FORMERLY DESC AS THE NW4SE4 & LOTS 5 9 13 & 14 OF SEC 27-8-86 DESC AS ALL THAT PART OF SAID TR 74 LYING NLY OF COLO HWY 82 EXCEPT THAT PART THEREOF LYING WLY OF A LINE EXTENDED FROM INTERSECTION OF THE CENTER LINE OF THE ROARING FORK RIVER WITH THE N LINE OF SAID TR 74 TH EXTENDING ALONG THE CENTER LINE OF ROARING FORK RIVER TO ITS JUNCTION WITH SNOWMASS CREEK TH ALONG THE CENTER LINE OF SNOWMASS CREEK TO ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE NLY R-O-W LINE OF COLO HWY 82 EXCEPTING FROM THE ABOVE DESC LAND ALL THAT PART OF TR 74 SEC 27-8-86 LYING NLY OF THE CENTER LINE OF THE ROARING FORK RIVER ALSO EXCEPTING THE FOLLOWING TR OF LAND UNDER SALE CONTRACT DATED MARCH 1 1964 IN WHICH THE FIRST PARTIES ARE THE SELLERS & JOSEPH ROGER HEIDT JR IS THE BUYER ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND IN TR 74 SEC 27-8-86 DESC AS BOUNDED ON THE S BY COLO ST HWY 82 BOUNDED ON THE W BY THE CENTER LINE OF SNOWMASS CREEK

BOUNDED ON THE N BY THE CENTER LINE OF ROARING FORK RIVER & BOUNDED ON THE E BY CO RD LESS A PARCEL OF LAND IN TR 74 OF SEC 27-8-86 DESC BY M/B CONT 0.0112 AC +/DEEDED TO PITKIN CO AS ROW ALSO EXCEPT AL THAT PORTION PREVIOUSLY CONVEYED TO CDOT REC #450739 TOGETHER WITH A PORTION OF TR 73 27-8-86 DESC BGNNG AT A USGLO BRASS CAP PROPERLY MARKED FOR AP #3 OF TR 73 TH N 00 DEG 01’31”E 341.01 FT ALNG THE WLY LINE OF SAID TR 73 TO A REBAR & CAP PLS #5933 ON TH NLY ROW HWY 82 THE TRUE POB TH ALNG SAID NLY ROW & ALNG A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A CORD BEARING OF S 81 DEG 40’42”E 87.18 FT AND A RADIUS OF 1096.00 FT TH LEAVING SAID ROW N 43 DEG 48’46”E 226.05 FT TO A PT IN THE CENTERLINE OF THE ROARING FORK RIVER TH ALNG SAID CENTERLINE N 22 DEG 18’09”W 109.31 FT TH CONT ALNG SAID CENTERLINE N 41 DEG 01’15W 203.48 FT TH CONT ALNG SAID CENTERLINE N 59 DEG 36’40”W 78.29 FT TO A PT ON THE WLY LINE OF TR 73 TH LEAVING SAID CENTERLINE & ALNG THE WLY LINE OF TR 73 S 00 DEG 01’30”W 444.76 FT TO POB 1 COTTAGE WY,10 COTTAGE WY,25 COTTAGE WY,35 COTTAGE WY,45 COTTAGE WY,55 COTTAGE WY,60 COTTAGE WY,60 COTTAGE WY,80 COTTAGE WY,200 COTTAGE WY Tax $7,921.16 Interest $554.48 Other $18.00 Total Due: $8,493.64 R007110 ISBERIAN STEPHAN G & HEATHER REV TRUST Parcel: 246717401040 Subdivision: HOLLAND HILLS AT BASALT Lot: 7 22 BISHOP DR Tax $6,572.52 Interest $460.08 Other $18.00 Total Due: $7,050.60 R011938 JAMALS LLC Parcel: 273506401001 Subdivision: GRACIES CABIN Lot: 1 SLOPESIDE LN Tax $47,716.60 Interest $3,340.16 Other $18.00 Total Due: $51,074.76 R007785 KENT STEPHEN C Parcel: 272929204009 Subdivision: CRYSTAL FARM EXEMPTION Lot: 2 18 ANTELOPE DR Tax $13,582.12 Interest $950.75 Other $18.00 Total Due: $14,550.87 R007161 KHATCHGAR LLC Parcel: 246717400021 Tract: 55 Section: 17 Township: 8 Range: 86 PARCEL OF LAND IN TRACT 55 SEC 17-8-86 LYING NELY OF & ADJACENT TO ST HWY 82 DESC BY M/B CONT 1.97 AC M/L BK 298 PG 703 BK 567 PG 895 24451 HWY 82 Tax $13,547.44 Interest $948.32 Other $18.00 Total Due: $14,513.76 R012645 KREAGER TRISTAN Parcel: 264514200013 Subdivision: SHIELD-O-MESA Section: 14 Township: 9 Range: 86 LAND IN NW4 OF SEC 14-9-86 BK 586 PG 160 & 162 LESS TO BUSCH BK 590 PG 959 LESS 7.76 AC AT REC #483398 MESA RD Tax $11,644.96 Interest $815.15 Other $18.00 Total Due: $12,478.11 R014824 LOT 4 TWO CREEKS INC Parcel: 273506305004 Subdivision: TWO CREEKS (EAST VILLAGE) Lot: 4 641 TWO CREEKS DR Tax $26,687.96 Interest $1,868.16 Other $18.00 Total Due: $28,574.12 R005343 MARKS MARILYN R Parcel: 273502401021 Subdivision: WEST ASPEN Lot: 20 FILING 2 1520 HOMESTAKE DR Tax $8,436.16 Interest $590.53 Other $18.00 Total Due: $9,044.69 R002933 MCDONOUGH PAUL & ELLEN Parcel: 273312201056 Subdivision: WOODRUN UNIT ONE Lot: 51 1457 WOOD RD Tax $21,780.16 Interest $1,524.61 Other $18.00 Total Due: $23,322.77 R021248 MOP LLC Parcel: 273718219015 Subdivision: MONARCH ON THE PARK Unit: P-3 DESC: AKA PENHOUSE #3 233 E COOPER AVE #P-3 Tax $25,139.16 Interest $1,759.74 Other $18.00 Total Due: $26,916.90

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R009051 NEW WEISMAN FAMILY LP Parcel: 273512405007 Subdivision: OLIVER CARR Unit: B 616 W SMUGGLER ST #B Tax $6,121.72 Interest $428.52 Other $18.00 Total Due: $6,568.24 R003694 OCHS LESLIE K Parcel: 264320406010 Subdivision: BRUSH CREEK VILLAGE Block: 7 Lot: 3 FILING 1 1595 MEDICINE BOW Tax $5,618.08 Interest $393.27 Other $18.00 Total Due: $6,029.35 R014304 PESHEK CHRISTOPHER M & SARAH BACH Parcel: 246717201007 Subdivision: HOME FIRES Lot: 7 735 HEARTHSTONE DR Tax $5,007.92 Interest $350.55 Other $18.00 Total Due: $5,376.47 R014893 PINES G INC Parcel: 273506402022 Subdivision: PINES (EAST VILLAGE) Lot: 22 281 PINE CREST DR Tax $21,743.96 Interest $1,522.08 Other $18.00 Total Due: $23,284.04 R003469 PONDS LLC Parcel: 273707214001 Subdivision: TROYER-TROUSDALE SUBDIVISION Lot: 1 TRACT 1 TROYER-TROUSDALE SUBDIVISION PLAT BK 27 PG 91 AKA TRACT 1 109 WILLOUGHBY WY Tax $36,266.52 Interest $2,538.66 Other $18.00 Total Due: $38,823.18 R003819 R79 EPPLY DR LLC Parcel: 264335402008 Subdivision: STARWOOD Block: 11 Lot: R-79 STARWOOD ELEVEN EPPLY DR Tax $31,988.16 Interest $2,239.17 Other $18.00 Total Due: $34,245.33 R011198 SCHALDACH NANCY Parcel: 273718298002 Subdivision: ASPEN CHANCE Lot: 2 785 UTE CT Tax $19,322.60 Interest $1,352.58 Other $18.00 Total Due: $20,693.18 R021710 SMUGGLER 326 LLC Parcel: 273512415005 Subdivision: WEST SMUGGLER CONDO Unit: 2 326 W SMUGGLER ST Tax $10,602.60 Interest $742.18 Other $18.00 Total Due: $11,362.78 R019817 STARODOJ ROBERT F & PAULA A Parcel: 264322303004 Subdivision: W/J RANCH Lot: 4 FILING 5 BYERS CT Tax $39,355.16 Interest $2,754.86 Other $18.00 Total Due: $42,128.02 R021027 TANNERS BLUEWATER LLC Parcel: 273301343015 Subdivision: CAPITOL PEAK LODGE CONDO Unit: 3313 DESC: BLDG 2B 90 CARRIAGE WY #3313 Tax $4,976.88 Interest $348.38 Other $18.00 Total Due: $5,343.26 R003636 WWD ASPEN LLC Parcel: 273501402005 Subdivision: PITKIN GREEN Block: 1 Lot: 3 999 WILLOUGHBY WY Tax $14,295.90 Interest $857.75 Other $18.00 Total Due: $15,171.65

The above listed tax liens on real estate will be publicly sold at the Rio Grande Meeting Room located at 455 Rio Grande Place Aspen, CO at 9:00 AM on November 7, 2013. All purchases must be made by cash or certified check the day of the sale. Tiffany Wancura, Chief Deputy Pitkin County Treasurer State of Colorado Published in the Aspen Times Weekly October 10, 17, and 24, 2013.


WORDPLAY

INTELLIGENT EXERCISE

by MISHEEL CHULUUN on behalf of the ASPEN WRITERS’ FOUNDATION

BOOK REVIEW

‘BRAND NEW HUMAN BEING’ WE READ BOOKS to escape life, to entertain ourselves, and to forget our own foibles and follies. Yet this book did not let me escape. The first-person narration by Logan, as a parent, as a son and as a human being, shares intimately how life is for him — and is immediately relatable to life outside of the book. He’s ordinary and has no super-human ability. He’s muddling along, after having put his graduate dissertation on hold for a few years, initially to deal with a surprise baby and then, a sick father. Where the book begins, Logan Augustus Pyle is a father of a 4-yearold who is regressing to sucking his thumb, wearing diapers, and Logan himself is reeling from the loss of his father. An astute reader may even pick up on how Logan is regressing, too, perhaps in his manner of grieving. It doesn’t help that the father he lost was a loving man with a

NOTEWORTHY big personality, a successful practice fighting for the underdogs, and a young wife, Logan’s teenage crush. Logan is also dealing with a wife who seems more removed; a business partner and best friend who wants to sell out the business; and his late father’s partner at the law firm who has his own expectations. Something has to give. Surely Emily Miller thought deeply about her choice of first-person narration. Thus, it is no accident that the book entertains quietly, having tied the narrative and perspective to Logan. There is neither objectivity nor jokes — not without also the self-consciousness of the narrator. Any humor is contextual, or feels accidental. The observations are free-ranging and gritty, like watching a reality show punctuated with one participant’s thoughts. We watch with mild schadenfreude.

Emily Miller Tuesday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m. Woody Creek Community Center Free Emily Miller, the Aspen Writers’ Foundation’s October writer-inresidence, will discuss her novel “Brand New Human Being” and her latest writing project. For more information, call 970-925-3122.

This book can feel like a long preamble to a brief sojourn to growth. But it’s a dose of reality. Getting away is perhaps best applicable to the readers here. Logan’s mistakes and misapprehensions make us aware of our own thoughts. After reading “Brand New Human Being,” I had a voice in my head narrating my life, how I was talking to people, and giving me an eerie sense of how I was as a character. Perhaps that’s why it is worth reading Miller’s novel. It makes you introverted and come away thinking.

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