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BELLY UP ASPEN WHERE ASPEN GOES FOR LIVE MUSIC.

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CHARMING WEST END HALF DUPLEX

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ASPEN The West End has long been Aspen’s heart and soul and this charming half duplex reflects the time-tested tradition that Aspen is famous for. Convenient to the Music Festival tent and downtown at under $2.5 million, this represents value that deserves close consideration. $2,495,000 Web Id#: AN126036

ASPEN One of the most visible and beautifully restored commercial buildings in Aspen. This historic building has been renovated with contemporary interiors. The O2 business is not for sale, just the building. Contact the listing broker regarding the additional development potential and about the current leases in the building. $ 4,600,000 Web Id#: AN107974

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Incredible 7,020 square foot corner lot captures protected views of Aspen Mountain including sights and sounds of the Roaring Fork River! Existing side-by-side duplex situated on an elevated lot offers 2-bedrooms, 1-bath on the east side and 4-bedrooms, 2-baths on the west side with an over-sized 2-car garage. $2,400,000 Web Id#: AN123510

ASPEN Located in a quiet neighborhood, you will find a charming home with 2 bedrooms and guest apartment situated on a 11,761 sf lot. Move in and enjoy all day sun and views of Aspen Mountain, or build up to 6720 sf FAR above grade. Walk or ride your bike to the Hunter Creek Trail or downtown. $2,495,000 Web Id#: AN125922

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP Robert Hagan, “Afternoon Stroll”, Original Oil on Canvas, 40 x 30 Julie Steve Kaufman, “Mancuso In Action” Hand Painted Original Oil On Canvas, 46 x 72 OPPOSITE PAGE Earl Biss, “Riders In A Pink And Purple”, Original Oil On Canvas, 11 x 14

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Art In Aspen is a guide for locals, visitors and second homeowners who want to know about local art galleries, what pieces are on display and what art events are coming up. This is a stand-alone guide with glossy pages, 11,000 copies will be circulated into high volume traffic areas in Aspen and Pitkin County available throughout the valley during the winter season!

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ASPEN’S LAST GREAT RANCH — CRAIG RANCH AT WOODY CREEK ASPEN One of the few remaining legacy ranches of this caliber, size and diversity with an abundance of outdoor recreational pursuits, Craig Ranch is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Near Aspen, Colorado in a pristine mountain setting, the Craig Ranch consists of 838 acres, a diverse ecosystem from river frontage along the Woody Creek, to acorn and berry-laden meadows and open space, to mountainsides lined with spruce fir highlighting the spectacular vistas. A valuable natural wilderness habitat bordered by US Forest Service Roadless Area, Craig Ranch is home to elk, mule

deer, black bear, eagles and migrating birds and waterfowl. A compelling investment and/or family legacy ranch in a highly sought after resort destination. $33,000,000. Now offering separate parcels for sale. Prices available upon request. Web ID: AN117201 For more information on this legendary ranch listing, go to www.aspencraigranch.com.

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Arts editor Stewart Oksenhorn looks at the Aspen Art Museum’s new group exhibition.

Contributing editor Mary Eshbaugh Hayes attended a party thrown by world-famous physicist Murray Gell-Mann.

ON THE COVER Courtesy of the artist; Rule Gallery, Denver; and Jen Bekman Gallery, New York

EDITOR’S NOTE

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Obama and Romney. Or you might think I’m talking about the Yankees and the Tigers. It’s neither.

NOR AM I talking elected, could always about white versus pursue the plant or wheat or any other decide to ignore the choices in the public’s vote and do cupboard. it anyway. Either way, What I’m democracy will not win, talking about is the and it hurts a lot just hydroelectric proposal to write that statement RYAN SLABAUGH near Aspen. No matter about an election. what happens, the It will be important, project to help convert Aspen’s if the community decides to power away from coal — or waste support the hydroelectric plant, a lot of money, if you’re against it that we also fight to ensure that — is not an easy, black-andthe millions spent on defending white question. that decision gets refunded if, in After sitting down with both the end, the city and the the advocates and opponents of voters prevail. the plant, it’s clear that no matter If we decide not to support what we vote on in November, a it, then it will be important to “yes” or “no” recommendation explore ways to get our money will not resolve the issue. If our back. Letting it sit there for community recommends to another “future council” to act the council continuing with the upon seems like more than just project, we will suffer an endless a waste — it literally will become onslaught of lawsuits and appeals our own version of “the bridge that could extend — or postpone to nowhere.” — the project forever. In the meantime, I just If we say it’s not worth pursuing, encourage all the voters to truly we can kiss the 7 million we understand the issues. We will have already spent on the project have stories in The Aspen Times goodbye. A new council, when daily editions leading up to the

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election that help detail both sides of the issue, and there are a number of online websites on all sides of the issue. Simply put, your knowledge of the issue might be the best possible outcome. Any way you spin it, this vote is not the end or the beginning of the plant. It’s a long-term issue that will take a tremendous amount of public involvement no matter what. That said, go Tigers. Editor’s note: Big favor to ask our readers. We are conducting a readership survey at www. aspentimes.com/readershipsurvey and kindly request that all of our readers log on and let us know their thoughts. The survey takes five to 10 minutes, and everyone who completes it will be entered into a drawing to win a new iPad. We will use the results to make changes to content if needed and to better understand who our readers are and what is most important to them. rslabaugh@aspentimes.com

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FIVETREES PRIVATE ESTATE

RIVERFRONT, VIEWS, AND LOCATION

ASPEN This very private residence in Fivetrees represents classic European style. In addition to the property’s main residence of four bedrooms and three and half baths, a separate one bedroom, one bath artist studio/cottage is just steps away. Ski in/ski out access, backs up to open space, expansive mountain views. Co-listed with Chris Flynn. $6,450,000 Web Id#: AN123643

ASPEN The features of this property are Roaring Fork River frontage, picture frame Aspen Mountain views, with walk to town convenience. A prime remodel/ expansion candidate within this 6265 sq. ft. lot.The existing residences contain one 1,750 sq. ft. two-story residence, and a lower residence containing 955 sq. ft. of living space with separate entry. $3,400,000 Web Id#: AN127151

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RIDGE OF WEST BUTTERMILK

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ASPEN Enjoy unsurpassed views of Mt. Daly, Owl Creek, Red Mountain, Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness and Hunter Creek Valley from this 2+ acre home site conveniently located on the Ridge of West Buttermilk. Wideopen spaces and stunning views from every direction give you the sensation of standing on the top-of-the-world! $3,375,000 Web Id#: AN117493

ASPEN A sought-after location just two blocks from the gondola, this Black Swan Hall townhome offers three levels of in-town living, all above grade. Extending 2353 square feet, this light-filled residence features 3 bedrooms each with their own bath, office, powder room, remodeled kitchen, steam shower, and on-site parking. $3,445,000 Web Id#: AN120277

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THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION

by JOHN COLSON

Aren’t we all on the same side? Why does my stomach hurt?

VOX POP What is your best method to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season?

AS I WAS perusing new stories about the oil-andgas industry this week, I came across tales of two arguments that left me deeply worried. I think I feel a stomach upset coming on. One story, in the Colorado Statesman, relayed the tale of a mock presidential debate. Former Colorado Gov. Bill Owens, an ardent Republican and a former lobbyist for the oil-and-gas industry, debated with former Denver Mayor Frederico Peña. Owens played presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Peña portrayed the president on Oct. 11 in Denver. Critics noted with some ascerbity that the event was sponsored by the Denber Metro Chamber of Commerce and “industry stakeholders,” implying that the chamber and the industry couldn’t possibly hold a fair and unbiased debate on oil and gas. I, personally, was shocked by such an implication. How could anyone suggest that two such august segments of our body politic would not play by the rules and give a fair hearing to both sides of such a critical issue? Shocked, I tell you. Owens showered his own brand of sarcasm and criticism on the president’s treatment of the industry, including what seems to be a required talking point of the Romney campaign these days, about the Department of Energy’s loan of 500 million to Solyndra, a solar-panel company that later failed. I’m sure it was an innocent oversight on some researcher’s part not to include in Owens’ talk the fact that the oil-and-gas industry received nearly 447 billion in federal subsidies between 1918 and 2009, compared with less than 6 billion for all kinds of renewables between 1994 and 2009, acording to a study of U.S. energy subsidies published by DBL Investors in 2011. Owens accused Obama of using federal payouts as a way of rewarding his political supporters, something Republican politicians certainly never do, don’t you agree? But I digress. The main thing I wish to highlight here is Romney’s energy plan, which would hand regulatory authority for oil and gas over to the states rather than leave it up to federal agencies. This has long been a key point

of argument on the part of oil-and-gas lobbyists and public-relations spokespeople, who maintain that the states know much more about the conditions on the ground where drilling takes place, and about the needs of the industry and the local communities, than the feds could ever know. Okay, I think to myself, if that’s the way they want it, I guess they’ve gotten their wishes so far. Because the plain fact of the matter is that up until now, the feds have been effectively held at bay in the realm of oil-andgas regulation. So let’s continue along that line of thinking — that it’s best to have those governments that are closest to the actual activity doing the regulating because they know better what ought to be done in terms of oversight of the industry and taking care of the local population’s safety and other needs. Sounds reasonable, eh? In fact, that’s exactly what the city of Longmont and other local governments have been trying to do for the past couple of years — establish their own regulations at the local level. That way, the industry and its local-government partners could skip hand in hand down the aisle of economic growth and prosperity. But wait! Can it be true? The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is suing Longmont, and the industry is behind the commission in this lawsuit, which would enjoin the city from making its own regulations. It must be a mistake. No, wait — the commission says it is being injured by Longmont’s regulaltory attempts, according to a story in the Boulder Daily Camera. So the commission has no choice but to file suit, right? Isn’t that how we do it in today’s America? But wait. How is the commission being harmed? How can a group of uninvolved citizen overseers, picked for their understanding of the industry and their support of its untrammeled success, be hurt by local regulations of the industry? Aren’t we all on the same side here? Oh, I’m so confused. Must lie down, think, take a Pepto-Bismol. More later.

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CHEERS&JEERS

FIVE THINGS Arapahoe Basin Ski Area opened Oct. 17, marking the official start to the Colorado ski and snowboard season. The Black Mountain Express takes skiers and riders to the High Noon trail. The ski area opened with an 18-inch base and a few terrain-park features.

CHEERS | To the first real snow of the season and, related to that, the opening of Arapahoe Basin. While the snowpack is, well, barely there, it gets us excited to know that we’re just weeks away from our own resorts opening in the Roaring Fork Valley.

JEERS | To those drivers not looking out for wildlife on the roads. This is the time of year to keep extra attention on the ditches, where deer and elk love to jump from into the roads. Not only do these accidents cause a burden for law enforcement, but they also could cause serious injury and death.

CHEERS | To the good decision by our neighbors in Glenwood Springs for shutting down its detox center in the jail and moving it to a more health-oriented treatment center. Our cops are not doctors, and that is exactly who someone with a drinking problem needs to see. Jail doesn’t fix. Jail punishes.

‘SNOW HANGOVER’ AFFECTING RESERVATIONS

Skiers and riders apparently are waiting to see how the snow gods treat western U.S. resorts this winter before booking vacations. As of Sept. 30, reservations for the next six months are about even with the same period last year at 16 mountain destination resorts in Colorado, Utah, California and Oregon, according to the Mountain Travel Research Program (MTRiP), a company that tracks reservation trends for the resorts. However, the booking pace deflated in September, according to MTRiP Director Ralf Garrison. Bookings were down nearly 4 percent for the month at a time when activity should be starting to pick up. Reservations taken in

wonder if we should apply the same encouragement to take these down as we do with Realtors’ “for sale” signs. Do these really change minds or add to the conversation? We think not.

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September for arrival in October, November and February were up, but reservations for December, January and March were down. Garrison speculated that wintersports enthusiasts have a “snow hangover” from last season, when conditions weren’t so good. They are waiting to see how the winter shapes up before they commit.

sentence to Christopher Sheehan, which also includes three years of supervised probation, according to court records. Sheehan, 67, was among seven Aspen-area residents, and another three from the Southern California region, indicted by a Denver grand jury in April 2011. PITKIN COUNTY

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COCAINE-CASE SENTENCE HANDED DOWN

A Snowmass Village resident fingered by federal agents for cocaine trafficking was handed down a one-year prison term on Oct. 15. At a 26-minute hearing in U.S. District Court in Denver, Judge Marcia S. Krieger issued the

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Pitkin County is taking a close look at its building fees, but the real focus is what it costs to build something. It has long been the county’s philosophy that development should pay for itself, and fees charged by the Community Development Department for plan reviews, building inspections and

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environmental-health services are set to recoup the staff costs associated with those endeavors. A projected 1.6 million in fees will be collected this year. Building fees are based on the estimated cost of construction. But those estimates, provided by contractors, might be falling well short of what is actually spent, according to John Redmond, county finance director. An effort is now under way to examine a sampling of projects and compare the estimated cost of construction at the outset with the actual cost when the use tax was tallied. A new home with an estimated construction cost of 1.5 million, for example, would be charged about 17,000 solely in building fees. What that home actually cost to build, based on the use tax payment, is the missing piece.

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GUEST OPINION COLUMN

by BY PAUL W. HANSEN of WRITERS ON THE RANGE

Let’s go for the fat this time NO ONE DOUBTS that our nation cannot continue to plunge deeper in debt while borrowing huge sums each year. Most of us also admit that addressing this crisis will require deep cuts in domestic and defense spending, significant changes in the big entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare, and an overdue reform of the tax code. Everything must be on the table. But I have one caveat, and that’s because I’m a Westerner: Let us not make further reductions in naturalresource management. We’ve already crippled some programs, and eviscerating them further won’t make a dent in the fiscal problems facing our nation. In this region, public-land recreation either is the basis of an economy or contributes greatly to it, so any reduction in funding creates major impacts. Over the past 30 years, the cuts have been severe; federal funding for the fish, wildlife and public-land programs that support this part of our region’s economy has been cut by 75 percent. Unfortunately, many elected officials focus on only one small part of the federal budget — the “discretionary” domestic spending programs that Congress approves each year for programs that involve conservation. Instead of taking a comprehensive approach to fiscal reform, legislators keep coming back to the same places to look for savings, but they never get the larger deficit-reduction job done. Meanwhile, some popular programs that involve what most people consider basic government programs have been disproportionately targeted for cuts, resulting in inefficiency, lost opportunities, fewer jobs, public frustration and poor long-term policies. The benefit from natural-resource management and conservation is significant; in the West, it creates almost 10 million jobs and generates more than 100 billion in federal, state and local tax revenue. These jobs leverage billions of dollars more per year in private investment. Thirty years ago, almost 4 percent of federal spending went to these programs; today, this line item in the federal budget receives less

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than 1 percent — just 35 billion — of the annual federal outlay. By comparison, credits, exemptions, deferrals and other breaks given to specific groups in the tax code now cost 1.3 trillion per year. That is 37 times more than the entire amount spent each year on all environment and natural-resource programs. Giving a special interest a tax exemption is nothing more than a subsidy, and it has the same impact on the Treasury as writing a check. Spending on fish, wildlife and natural-resources programs that are of tremendous concern to hunters, anglers and other wildlifeconservation groups is now only a

rise back to more typical historical averages of 5 to 6 percent. For the first time since World War II, the gross debt now exceeds the gross domestic product and is projected to be almost three times the gross domestic product by 2038. Truly grappling with this national debt will require cooperation and compromise. The problem is too big to be solved by ideological purity, a conclusion reached by Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles, who co-chaired the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform. Shared sacrifice is necessary if we are to balance the nation’s budget

meager 0.4 percent of the federal budget. Yet deeper cuts have been proposed, including the complete elimination of funding for the North American Wetland Conservation Act and the Land and Water Conservation Fund. In fiscal year 2011, total federal spending was 3.6 trillion, revenue was 2.3 trillion, and the deficit was 1.3 trillion. The gross national debt, the accumulation of years of deficits, is now 16 trillion. Of that, more than 11 trillion is publicly held, more than half by foreign interests. Interest on the publicly held debt was 224 billion last year but is estimated to swell to more than 1 trillion by 2020 as interest rates

and build a sound foundation for economic growth. But we need to be clear that additional cuts to highly leveraged programs such as natural-resource conservation in the western United States hardly touch the real problem. They just hammer our regional economy. Paul Hansen is a contributor to Writers on the Range, a service of High Country News (www.hcn.org). He is a regional director for the Concord Coalition, a nonpartisan nonprofit that educates the public about the causes and consequences of federal budget deficits. He lives in Jackson, Wyo.

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LEGENDS & LEGACIES

FROM the VAULT

compiled by THE ASPEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY

A SPE N PL AYS FOOTBA LL

1905 16 - 0

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“CAN ASPEN PLAY FOOTBALL?” asked the Aspen Democrat on Dec. 2, 1905. “Can our high school boys handle the pigskin? Can they? Well, well, well, river! How do 16 to 0 look? That was the tune the Aspen High School eleven whispered into the ears of the Grand Junction high school boys — and they were grouchy! Upon arriving on the grid, the Aspen fellows were almost knocked out by the appearance of the Junction kids in their new, neat, clean and really nice suits; yellow and black were the colors. Well, our fellows lined up in their dirty, ragged and greasy suits and the battle was on. … This victory makes the Aspen High school football team the champion football eleven of the Western Slope. While this is a hard nut for the Junctionites to crack, it is a pleasure for us fellows up here in the mountains to eat the meat.”

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NEED TO KNOW 1 1/2 oz of Mezcal 1 oz of pineapple juice 3/4 oz of cranberry juice ½ oz of fresh lime ½ oz of agave nectar Shaken over ice and served up Rimmed with salt and chili powder

COCKTAIL: OAXACAN DREAM EACH WEEK DURING this offseason, Jimmy’s has a different theme — this week it was Oaxaca. Huatulco is in Oaxaca and is one of my very favorite places to visit in Mexico. It is on the southern tip of Mexico on the Pacific Coast, and the cool thing is that only about 20 percent of the tourists are foreign, making it Mexico’s little gem. Jimmy’s drink is named after this region and the Oaxacan Dream is light and refreshing. It is one of the best drinks I have had in a while.

Gunilla Asher grew up in Aspen and now is the comanager of The Aspen Times. She writes a drink review weekly in the spirit of “She’s not a connoisseur, but she is heavily practiced.”

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WINEINK

WORDS to DRINK BY

CALCULATING THE CROPS FOR THOSE READERS of this column, you know that I believe you can figure out the whole world by studying wine. History, geology, climatology, sociology — in fact all the “ologys” — have their tentacles in the wide world of wine. Ah, but those learned folks who live by numbers feel that the whole universe can be figured out by studying math. And, based on the ones-andzeros digital thing, I think they may well be on to something. So I started thinking KELLY J. about wine and HAYES numbers and came across some simple but important digits that define wine and how it is produced sold and consumed. Wine is, after all, a business based on turning soil, sun and plants into profits. If one doesn’t consider the numbers, then the entire operation adds up to, well, zero. That is why the most important tool in a winemakers arsenal may just be the calculator. Let’s start with a bottle of wine and work backwards. A full bottle contains 750 milliliters of wine. That works out to a one-fifth of a gallon or just a little more than 25 ounces. Who cares? Well start with a restaurant or bar that is selling premium wines by the glass.

two-and-a-half times more than they paid for it. The numbers start to add up. You know that there are a dozen bottles in a case, right? This is important because wine is sold by the case to retail establishments, and usually when you purchase a case at

vines, and how many grapes does it take to make a bottle or a case of wine? In this country the standard mode of measurement for a vineyard is the acre. An acre is just shy of 44,000 square feet or about the size of a 90-yard football field. In other parts of the world the measurement

somewhere between 75 and 100 grapes. OK, so that means there are on average about 3,500 grapes per vine. The weight of those grapes is about 10 pounds. A high-end winery will usually shoot for somewhere between two and four tons of grapes per acre. Using our model that means to yield four tons of grapes you need about 800 vines. So how much wine does four tons of grapes produce? Well, again on average, a ton of grapes will crush down to 120 gallons of wine. Multiply that by four tons and you get 480 galloons of wine. Still with me? Remember, a barrel can hold 60 gallons of wine. So 480 gallons would fill eight barrels. Again remember, a barrel produces 25 cases and there are 12 bottles in a case. So if you multiply 8 barrels times 25

your local wine shop you will get a 10-15 percent discount. If you don’t, look for a new shop. So, how many cases of wine can come from a single barrel of wine? Keep in mind that most premium wines spend time in barrels. Some in old or used barrels, some in new barrels. Some stay a short time in barrel while other wines may be stored anywhere from 18 months to as long as four years as is the case with some wines in Italy’s Piedmont region. A single barrel can hold 25 cases of wine. That’s 300 bottles or about 60 gallons of wine. But before wine can be put in a barrel it has to be grown in a vineyard. How much land, how many

used is the hectare, which is equal to just under two-and-a-half acres. We’ll use the acre because, well, we’re here. An acre of land can, based upon the variety of the grapes, the way they are trellised, and the desire for a level of quality, host anywhere from 500 vines on the low end to as many as 1,300 vines. Each vine will have approximately 40 clusters of grapes depending upon the techniques used by the grower and each cluster will have

cases times 12 bottles, you get 2,400 bottles of wine on your planted acre. That’s a lot of digits to be sure, but you can bet that any successful grape grower has done that math, usually in their head, many times for every acre they have ever planted

A SINGLE BARREL CAN HOLD 25 CASES OF WINE. THAT’S 300 BOTTLES OR ABOUT 60 GALLONS OF WINE. The average pour or the amount of wine in a glass in a bar is right around 5 ounces. If the bottle cost the bar, say 20 wholesale, and they are charging you 10, a reasonable price for a premium pour (likely more at that bottle price), then they are making 50 on that bottle, or

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Kelly J. Hayes lives in the soon-tobe-designated appellation of Old Snowmass with his wife, Linda, and a black Lab named Vino. He can be reached at malibukj@wineink.com.


by KELLY HAYES

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FOOD MATTERS

SHOWCASING THE COUNTRY’S BEST CRAFT BREWERS ASPEN BREWING COMPANY WINS A SILVER MEDAL WITH ITS SEASONAL SAISON AT THE GREAT AMERICAN BEER FESTIVAL IT’S BEEN  YEARS since I made my first trip to the Great American Beer Festival at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Back then the Convention Center was set up with about 100 tables, there were no lines, and craft beer was still somewhat of a novelty that was trending particularly in the West and mountain states. Boy, how things have changed. Today, the Great American Beer Festival is the premier beer festival and competition in the United States. AMIEE WHITE Each year since it BEAZLEY began in 1982, the festival now represents the largest collection of U.S. beers ever served in public tasting format, plus a private competition showcasing the diverse beers that make craft brewing one of the fastest-growing segments of the beer, wine and spirits industry. Believe the numbers: Craft brewing has grown dramatically with the number of craft brewers increasing from eight in 1980 to 537 in 1994 to more than 1,600 in 2010. Growth in craft brewing increased from 35 percent in 1991 increasing each year to a high of 58 percent in 1995. It slowed for a bit, then in 2004 saw an acceleration of craft sales with annual growth between 6 and 12 percent each year from 2004 through 2008, as beer drinkers increasingly connected with small and independent breweries and local breweries. (Today the majority of Americans live within 10 miles of a brewery.) Ask any beer lover in the world, there is a brewing revolution in the United States happening right now, and there has never been a better time or place to drink beer than in the United States. To have the majority of the brewers in the country in one room at an event like this is a great way to try the breadth of what the industry has to offer. The festival was grouped by region. During a fourhour session, I tried approximately 65 beers from almost 50 breweries. The

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beers from Delaware’s Dogfish Head my standout favorite, but as a region the Mountain States have by far the strongest group of brewers and overall quality. As fun as it is, the Great American Beer Festival is not just about sampling quality beer, but serves as a chance for hundreds of breweries to compete in the commercial beer competition in the world. Breweries enter their beers to be

the best examples of each style in the U.S. These awards are among the most coveted in the industry. In 1998 when I first hit the festival, American-Style India Pale Ales were the rage. And pale ales were still the most-entered category with 203 entries in 2012. Beer lovers around the country have shown their preference for hop-forward beers, and breweries are rising to meet demand with an ever-increasing

Belgian-style strong specialty ale category and one for its Saison in the French and Belgian-style saison category. And even more notably, the Aspen Brewing Company came away from the competition with its first silver medal in the French and Belgian-style saison category for its seasonal saison. I caught up with the team soon after winning and both owner Duncan Clauss and brewer Chase Engel were

The award-winning crew at Aspen Brewing Company.

judged by the festival’s professional judge panel. This panel consists of industry professionals from around the world who sit together in small groups and, without knowing the brand name, taste beers in each specified style category. The ultimate goal of the judges is to identify the three beers that best represent each beer-style category. Award-winning brewers received prestigious gold, silver and bronze medals in 84 beer categories covering 134 different beer styles, establishing

selection of IPAs. But as popular as IPAs continue to be (including triple and quadruple IPAs!), this year it was definitely about the Belgians, saisons and the sours. Numerous brewers created Belgian farmhouse saisons. And for the first time the Small Brewing Company and Small Brewing Company Brewer of the Year went to Funkwerks and its brewing team in Fort Collins who only make Belgians and saisons. Funkwerks also two home two gold medals, one in the

reveling in their recognition — a huge award for a small brewery. “This will definitely be on our list year round,” Clauss said. Amiee White Beazley writes about dining, restaurants and food-related travel for the Aspen Times Weekly. She is the editor of local food magazine edibleASPEN and contributor to Aspen Peak and the travel website EverettPotter.com. Follow her on Twitter @awbeazley1, or email awb@ awbeazley.com.

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by AMIEE WHITE BEAZLEY

2012 GREAT AMERICAN BEER FESTIVAL STATS •

578 breweries in the festival hall

More than 2,700 beers served at the festival

49,000 attendees

Approximately 2,800 volunteers

666 breweries in the competition from 48 states, Washington, D.C. and Guam

4,338 beers judged (includes 94 Pro-Am competition entries), a more than 10 percent increase over 2011

84 style categories judged, plus the Pro-Am competition

185 judges from 11 countries

Average number of competition beers entered in each category: 50.6

Category with highest number of entries: American-Style India Pale Ale, 203

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VOYAGES

DESTINATION | WINTER

IN LENADO, A SIGN OF THINGS TO COME

JUST UP THE ROAD in the nearby town of Lenado, the snow fell hard on Saturday. While it did not last for long, it was a good sign that winter is coming, or we are traveling to winter — one or the other. The ski swaps are probably the next sign, and then shortly after, the first ski runs of winter. We all know what this means. It is time to get that firewood taken care of, and make that winterization list. Or, if you’re like us and sit around all summer waiting, it’s time to sharpen the skis and sign up for a few gym classes. Winter will be here soon — if it’s not already.

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‘CONTINENTAL DRIFT,’ A SHOW OF IDEAS ASPEN ART MUSEUM’S NEW EXHIBIT NOW OPEN by STEWART OKSENHORN

Jacob Proctor, who took the position of curator of the Aspen Art Museum a little more than a year ago, has some roots in Colorado. Proctor earned his undergraduate degree, in art history, from the University of Colorado at Boulder before heading to a master’s program at Harvard and a curating job at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. But only in the past year or so has Proctor truly received his introduction to the Colorado art scene. Proctor, along with Nora Burnett Abrams, associate curator of MCA Denver, has curated “Continental Drift,” an exhibition that was open to Coloradobased artists. An open call resulted in the submission of more than 300 portfolios; Proctor and Abrams eventually visited 20 studios before narrowing the show down to seven artists.

The curators had no specific thrust for the show in mind. “We went in completely open, not knowing what show these artists had to fit. We just chose work we thought was interesting — not based on geography, not based on medium, not based on content,” Proctor said. But as they selected the work, a distinct theme emerged. “We saw this thread emerge of artists dealing with location, place. We decided this thread was strong enough to make it a thematic show,” Proctor said, adding that the theme is not necessarily the point of the exhibition. “Geography is a factor. But you could not know the theme and it would still make sense as a show.” “Continental Drift,” which showed at MCA Denver through most of the summer and opens at the Aspen Art Museum with a reception on Oct. 18, isn’t Colorado-centric in content. The artists — all of whom, as it happens, are from the Front Range — addressed ideas of the sky, Italy, interiors and more.

“This was a crash course in a lot of Colorado artists,” said Proctor, who began receiving proposals before he even arrived in Aspen and spent his vacation in Maine looking at portfolios for the show. “I probably saw more regional work because of this show in two months than I would have seen in two years without Proctor shared some observations on this show.” the artists and art in the exhibition.

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“Beds,” image on rag paper, by Adam Milner, is part of “Continental Drift,” a group exhibition featuring work by Colorado artists, showing at the Aspen Art Museum.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ARTIST

CHRISTINA BATTLE Battle’s video installation, “Dearfield, Colorado,” explores an early AfricanAmerican agricultural community that had become a ghost town by the middle of the 20th century.

SCOTT JOHNSON Johnson’s 19minute video “Ruminando” wanders the streets of Venice, Italy, offering a dual viewpoint that mimics the perspective of an animal with eyes on either side of its head.

“It’s a very particular landscape. But a site that’s not very well known, a forgotten place that not many people have seen. The Great Depression sealed its fate. The project is an oblique reference to the challenges places have faced since 2008. To me, there’s that resonance.”

“It’s interesting as an experiment on perception, how the physiological way we see affects our experience of a given location. But historically it’s also interesting how the city of Venice played a role in Italian Renaissance painting and the ways of rendering space, one- and two-point perspectives. What Scott has done here is a completely different way of experiencing space.”

JEANNE LIOTTA Liotta’s 2007 film “Observando El Cielo” is images of the night sky recorded at various locations over a span of seven years.

“It’s the most broad and abstract idea of space in the show. It’s the night sky, the cosmos, and how we experience a space that is so vast. It’s both abstract, but also with the observatories, it’s fact-based and conveys a sense of the wondrous.”

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“Gates Factory Window #4 (Grid with Green),” oil and acrylic on canvas, by Sarah McKenzie, is part of the Aspen Art Museum group exhibition “Continental Drift.”

SARAH MCKENZIE McKenzie’s paintings draw from the geometry of the Gates Rubber factory, near downtown Denver.

“It’s one building in Denver, a very particular location. It’s taking a built structure and turning it into a formal pattern.”

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ADAM MILNER The series “Beds” comprises photographs that Milner takes first thing every morning that he wakes up alone. The “Bed Drawings” series are done each night as Milner drifts to sleep.

“Both have to do with the bed as place or space. To my mind, he’s taking these banal locations and turning them into a compositional practice, a generational process for making work. It’s very selfaware. He’s the youngest artist in the show, in his early 20s. It’s interesting watching a young artist figure out his methods.”

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“A Day in the Life of Lewis and Clark I, Whitehall, Montana, 2004,” archival pigment print, by Edie Winograde, is part of the group exhibition “Continental Drift,” showing at the Aspen Art Museum.

YUMI JANAIRO ROTH The “Meta Mapa” series examines the tourist experience of asking for and receiving directions to sites of cultural significance.

“She goes somewhere, has someone draw a map on her hand, and she actually tries to navigate based on the drawing. It’s a universal experience — asking someone to direct you to a destination. But it’s also almost a performance between herself and the people she’s interacting with on the street. It’s the difference between the cartographical ideal of a map and the bric-a-brac: How do you make do with the tools you have on hand?”

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EDIE WINOGRADE Winograde’s two photographic series examine historical sites and events and their preservation as tourist attractions.

“‘Sight Seen’ is photos taken at tourist destinations, mostly in the American West, with people visiting them, and the infrastructure like benches and golf carts. ‘Place and Time’ is photos of historical re-enactments — battle scenes, crossings of rivers. They document how our contemporary activity is connected to history and how the place is important to that.”

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The SOCIAL SIDE of TOWN

MURRAY GELL-MANN EVENTS FAMOUS PHYSICIST Murray Gell-Mann has sold his house in Aspen to Jerry Murdock, but he reserved the place for the month of July and returned to Aspen from his present home in Santa Fe, N.M. ... to give several parties. The first one was in early July and was a summer-evening MARY garden party honoring ESHBAUGH HAYES the Santa Fe Institute (of which Murray is a co-founder). SFI is showcasing a complexity-systems approach to answering some of society’s biggest questions. Speaker for the evening was Aaron Clauset, assistant professor or computer science at the University of Colorado at Boulder and also a professor at SFI. He spoke on “Is War Inevitable?” In addition to Murray, co-hosts included Greg and Karen Amadon, Gina and Jerry Murdock and Ann and Bill Nitze. Then, later in July, Gell-Mann and Ann Nitze co-hosted a book signing in the garden of the Hotel Jerome for fashion designer Mary McFadden. Her beautifully photographed book is titled “A Lifetime of Design, Collecting and Adventure.” Murray wrote the “Reminisences of Mary” at the front of the book. Undercurrent ... Columbus Day was always a golden holiday on Conesus Lake, one of the Finger Lakes of New York where I grew up, and this Columbus Day on Oct. 8 was a golden holiday at the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool.

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From left at the garden party for the Santa Fe Institute are hostess Ann Nitze and Jim and Deb Fallows.

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Becky and Jeff Berkus. Jeff is the architect for the Doer Hosier Center at the Aspen Institute.

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From left are Alexandra Munroe, Paula Sabloff, host Murray Gell-Mann and Thea VanArkel.

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Susan and Fred Lodge.

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From left are John Seely Brown, Susan Haviland and Jerry Sabloff, president of the Santa Fe Institute.

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Bob Nath and Elizabeth Johnson.

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From left are David Agus, Jerry Murdock, a trustee with Santa Fe Institute, and professor George Gummerman.

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From left are Jerry and Annie Hosier and David and Miles Agus.

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From left are Nancy Furlotti, Victoria Smith and John Bennett.

From left are Jerry Sabloff, president of SFI, and Katie and Jerry Peters, who have the Jerry Peters Art Gallery in Santa Fe, N.M.

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From left are author and professor Elaine Pagels, Doug Erwin, of the Santa Fe Institute faculty, and Jackie Drake.

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From left are Jane Richards, sister of Ann Nitze, Jennifer Hall and Iya Brant.

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Coco Krumms, of MIT, Phil Holstein and Helen Klanderud.

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From left are Annie Hosier, Jessica Verrilli of Twitter and Jerry Murdock.

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Carla Frampton, left, with Janie Bennett.

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Kristen Kossmann, left, with Karen Amadon.

Brian Greene and Tracy Day with their children, Sophie Day Greene and Alec Day Greene. Brian is a physicist with Columbia University in New York.

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The documentary “Detropia” will show Oct. 18 and 19 at the Wheeler Opera House.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 Film screening: “Watershed” 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Third Street Center, Carbondale. “Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West” tells the story of the threats to the once-mighty Colorado River through heartening character vignettes that reveal a new water ethic as well as 21st-century solutions. Donations appreciated. More information at www. roaringfork.org or 970-927-1290. This event is sponsored by Roaring Fork Conservancy and Clean Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER). Event partners include the Sonoran Institute. Michal Menert and Break Science 9:30 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. Michal Menert comes from a musical background of playing guitar and keyboards, and dabbling in a variety of other instruments gave him a unique approach to composing his own musical style. His solo album, “Dreaming of a Bigger Life,” was released in the spring of 2010. Brooklyn-based electronic duo Break Science kicked off 2012 with the release of its second EP, “Monolith Code.” Call 970-544-9800. “Musical Impressionism” 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m., Basalt Regional Library. Featuring songs of Vaughan Williams and Copland, performed by vocalist Scott MacCracken and pianist Terry Lee. Call 970-927-4311. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 Spectrum Dance Collection 7:30 p.m. - 8:50 p.m., Thunder River Theatre, Carbondale. An evening of original, short and audience-friendly dance and creative movement, highlighting local women choreographers and dancers in celebration of S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) in the Roaring Fork Valley. Dance styles include classical and contemporary ballet, jazz, modern, African, hip-hop and more. Tickets are $15 adults and $5 for those younger than 18. Call 970-963-8681.

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Hell Roaring String Band 8:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m., Steve’s Guitars, 19 N. Fourth St., Carbondale. Local acoustic string band plays original bluegrass, old-timey music and cover tunes. Call 970-963-3304. Live music 8 p.m. - 11 p.m., Riverside Grill in Basalt. Live music and dancing with 3 Dollar Dewey. Featuring Geoffrey Morris, Dave Johnson and Lee Dudley. Call 970-309-3623. MTHDS 9:30 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. MTHDS, or Music That Heightens Different Senses, performs the music of the Beastie Boys with opening set featuring MTHDS originals, combining the fury of punk, the street-wise soul of hip-hop and funk with an over-the-top bombastic roots party groove. Call 970-544-9800. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 Buck 65 with Mikey Thunder 9 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. Richard Terfry, better known by his stage name Buck 65, is a Canadian alternative hip-hop artist who incorporates blues, roots, rock, country and folk into his music. Call 970-544-9800. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22 Funktion 9:30 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St. A Kalamazoo, Mich.-based band well versed in all the branches of funk. No cover charge. Call 970-544-9800. Open Mic Night 9:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., The Red Onion, 420 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen. Check out what Aspen’s songwriters and musicians have to offer. Call 970-925-9955. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 Haden Gregg and Friends 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., L’Hostaria, 620 E. Hyman Ave., Aspen. Live music every Tuesday. Call 970-925-9022. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 Beer Pong League 10 p.m., The Red Onion, 420 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen. Accumulate points through offseason to win a trip to Vegas for the World Series of Beer Pong. Call 970-925-9955.

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Aspen Players Association 8 p.m. - 11:59 p.m., Eagles Club, Aspen. A musicians invitational for jams and stand-alone performances. For musicians and music lovers. Call 970-274-9078.

THE ARTS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 Opening reception: “Continental Drift” 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Aspen Art Museum, 590 N. Mill St., Aspen. Co-organized by the AAM and MCA Denver, “Continental Drift” brings together the work of seven Colorado-based artists, each of whom explores the idea of place in diverse and thoughtful ways. Ranging from specific studies of both historical sites and contemporary ruins to more abstract or conceptual examinations of space, these artists demonstrate a collective preoccupation with site and setting. The exhibition spans film, sculpture, painting and installations that reflect this singular idea in manifold ways; artists included are Christina Battle, Scott Johnson, Jeanne Liotta, Sarah McKenzie, Adam Milner, Yumi Roth and Edie Winograde. Call 970-925-8050. Adult intermediate ballet class 9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, basement of Colorado Mountain College, 0245 Sage Way, Aspen. $16 per class for drop-ins. A punch card good for 10 classes is $140. Call 970-925-7175. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 Call for artists: Dia de los Muertos Gallery Exhibit 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., CCAH Center for Arts, Carbondale. CCAH opens its annual Dia de los Muertos exhibit on First Friday, Nov. 2, from 6-8 p.m., in the Round Room at the Third Street Center. It’s a show of altars, original artwork, sculpture and visual work, CCAH is calling on artists to submit work for this exhibit by Oct. 19. Works must be delivered to the gallery by Oct. 29. The exhibit will stay up for the month of November. Call or go to www.carbondalearts. com for more information. Call 970-963-1680.

“Continental Drift” 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Aspen Art Museum, 590 N. Mill St., Aspen. Call 970-925-8050. Missy Prudden’s “School Journey” exhibit and book signing 4:30 p.m. - 7 p.m., Woody Creek Community Center. Woody Creek artist Missy Prudden celebrates art and the children of Aspen Community School with her watercolor exhibit, “School Journey,” which runs through Nov. 1. Call 970-922-2342. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 Spectrum Dance Collection 7:30 p.m. - 8:50 p.m., Thunder River Theatre, Carbondale. An evening of original, short and audience-friendly dance and creative movement, highlighting local women choreographers and dancers in celebration of S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) in the Roaring Fork Valley. Dance styles include classical and contemporary ballet, jazz, modern, African, hip-hop and more. Tickets are $15 adults and $5 for those younger than 18. Call 970-963-8681. Workshop with Anita Luvera Mayer 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Third Street Center, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Time spent with Anita Mayer leads to inspiration and empowerment for women in their lives and in their art. Her interest in ethnic textiles and studies of women’s journals led to her work in designing original garments that flatter the wearer and express her individuality. In this two-day workshop, Oct. 20 and 21, students learn free-form knitting that requires only knit, pearl and single crochet with no written instructions to follow. Each student will assemble a reference notebook as they sample this technique. An exploration of clothing from simple shapes will be included, along with the instructor’s wardrobe available to try including a complete set of patterns to copy. Call 970963-1680.

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West African dance class 7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m., Carbondale Community School, 1505 Satank Road. Join live drummers for a fun, energetic dance class that is differentiated for all ages and abilities. This progressive six-week series will focus on one or two dances and will build a foundation for the style and movement of African dance. Come all six weeks ($60), or just drop in a time or two ($12 per class). Call 970-404-0305.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21 Aspen Art Museum family workshop 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m., Aspen Art Museum, 590 N. Mill St., Aspen. These workshops at the museum encourage children and adult teams to look, share and create together. Families with children of all ages are welcome to drop in and explore the museum’s current exhibitions and participate in hands-on art projects. Each month families explore a different theme. Admission is free. Call 970-925-8050.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 Barbecue and Family Night 3:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., Pitkin County Republican Headquarters, 834 W. Hallam St., Aspen. Rain or shine, join local Republicans for food and discussion. All are welcome. Call 970-925-2810.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 22 Beginning/intermediate ballet 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Third Street Center, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Beginning to intermediate ballet class taught by faculty of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Call 970-925-7175.

Aspen Middle School Scholastic Book Fair 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Aspen Middle School library. Books for all ages. The fair is open from 9 a.m.4 p.m. daily and will stay open until Oct. 25 until 6 p.m. during parent/teacher conferences. All proceeds will support the Aspen Middle School library and Media Club programs. Call 970-9253760, ext. 2367.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 Adult intermediate ballet class 9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, basement of Colorado Mountain College, 0245 Sage Way, Aspen. $16 per class for drop-ins. A punch card good for 10 classes is $140. Call 970-925-7175. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 Beginning/intermediate ballet 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Third Street Center, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Beginning to intermediate ballet class taught by faculty of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Call 970-925-7175. Intermediate classical ballet 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Coredination, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale Classical ballet technique for intermediatelevel dancers. Emphasizes fundamentals of placement while encouraging freedom of expression through musicality and movement. Taught by Alexandra Jerkunica, professional ballet dancer and local choreographer. Call 970-379-2187.

YOGA & EXERCISE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 Vinyasa flow yoga class 6:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m., Coredination 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Certified yoga instruction in Vinyasa flow with a synthesis of postures (asanas) designed to increase range and build core strength. Accentuate and balance fitness goals with this class. Call 970-379-8108. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 Yoga for Lunch 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Aspen Health & Harmony, El Jebel. Community yoga class. Call 970-704-9642. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22 Aikido 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Colorado Mountain College, Aspen campus. Aikido is an effective self-defense as well as a fun and dynamic workout. Class offered Mondays and Wednesdays. Beginners welcome. Try the first class for free. Call 970-379-4676. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 Seniors yoga 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Aspen Health & Harmony, El Jebel. Led by Ashley Serrao. Students must be comfortable going from a standing position to a kneeling position to lying on the back on their own. Experience improved balance, flexibility, strength and gain a sense of mental clarity. Offered Tuesdays and Thursdays through Nov. 15. Call 970-704-9642. Aspen Skating Club 4 p.m., Aspen Recreation Center. Learn to skate with Aspen Skating Club on Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p.m. and Sundays at 5:15 p.m. All ages ability levels are welcome. Private and group instruction available. For additional information, contact Teri Hooper at hoopertk@comcast.net call. Call 970-379-5900. Vinyasa flow and Pilates mat classes 5:30 p.m. - 6:45 p.m., Coredination, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Vinyasa flow yoga class for all levels at 10 a.m. Synthesizing dynamic postures (asanas) designed to increase core strength and range of motion. Pilates mat class, intermediate level, offered at noon. Increase internal core strength for joint support, mobility, spine alignment and muscle elasticity. Call 970-379-2187. Youth karate 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Aspen Recreation Center. Advanced class (orange belts and up) from 3:30-4:30 p.m. and beginners (white and yellow belts) from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Call 970-920-5140.

Singer-banjoist Abigail Washburn, right, and Kai Welch will play Oct. 22 at Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 Ice-skating class 3:30 p.m. - 4 p.m., Aspen Ice Garden, 233 W. Hyman Ave., Aspen. Ice-skating lessons for all ages and abilities. Skate rental available. Class time is 3:30-4 p.m., following practice time from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Call 970-618-6140. Skate Café/Learn to Skate 9 a.m. - 9:30 a.m., Aspen Recreation Center. The Aspen Skating Club offers the Skate Café, a weekly group lesson and coffee club, at 9 a.m. Skaters of all levels are welcome, with hockey or figure skates. From 3:30-4 p.m., a Learn to Skate session is offered to participants of all ages and abilities. Call to register. Call 970-379-5900.

THE COMMUNITY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 Colorado Workforce 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Basalt Regional Library. Get information and assistance from Colorado Workforce. Call 970927-4311. Equine and canine massage 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Healthy Horse Boutique, 489 Rose Lane, Carbondale. Sessions with Jenny Rukavina, a certified practitioner and instructor who has helped many horses and riders over the years. Equine sessions are $85, and canine sessions are $55. Space is limited; call to register, or email hhboutique@gmail.com. Call 970-309-4223.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21 Literature Out Loud 3 p.m. - 4 p.m., Pitkin County Library, Aspen. Literature Out Loud, a free storytime for grownups, presents “Masters of Fright.” Call 970-429-1900. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22 Monday Gathering 8 a.m. - 9:30 a.m., Pitkin County Republican Headquarters, Eighth and Main streets, Aspen. Stop by for complimentary coffee, fresh pastries and good conversation. Call 970-925-2810. Aspen Middle School Scholastic Book Fair 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Aspen Middle School library. Books for all ages. The fair is open from 9 a.m.4 p.m. daily and will stay open until Oct. 25 until 6 p.m. during parent/teacher conferences. All proceeds will support the Aspen Middle School library and Media Club programs. Call 970-9253760, ext. 2367. English in Action tutor orientation training 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Pitkin County Library, Aspen. English in Action volunteers work one-on-one with adult immigrants who want to improve their English. Come to the tutor orientation training to learn more about becoming a volunteer tutor. Call 970-963-9200.

Interest in Pinterest? 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., Basalt Regional Library. Call 970-927-4311. Parenting workshop 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Aspen High School seminar room. Family Frameworks LLC and Meg Dangler bring The Biggest Job We’ll Ever Have Parenting Workshop. The messages are straightforward: The way parents live their lives must be consistent with the way they raise their children, principles are the most powerful force in raising children effectively, and parents need to focus on personal growth to allow their parenting instincts to emerge. Parents will learn and apply 10 specific priorities to strengthen family relationships, to set high expectations for their children and let go of outcomes, and how to establish honesty as a family priority. Call 970-216-3994. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 Aspen Middle School Scholastic Book Fair 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Aspen Middle School library. Books for all ages. The fair is open from 9 a.m.4 p.m. daily and will stay open until Oct. 25 until 6 p.m. during parent/teacher conferences. All proceeds will support the Aspen Middle School library and Media Club programs. Call 970-9253760, ext. 2367. Basalt Lions Club Bingo Night 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., Eagle County Community Center, El Jebel. Ten games including one with a progressive jackpot. Food and beverages available. Proceeds benefit local nonprofits and scholarship programs. Call 970-319-9163. Carbondale Rotary 7 a.m. - 8 a.m., Carbondale Fire Station. Weekly Rotary Club meeting. Call 970-927-9112.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 Flu clinic 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Ace Hardware, 1011 Highway 133, Carbondale. Walk-in clinic. Adult shot or mist is $20; children’s shot or mist is $10. Call 970-625-5200, ext. 8107. Aspen Community Dance 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m., Rio Grande Commons, 455 Galena Plaza, Aspen. Salsa dance lessons by Ricardo and Terre Hernandez — advanced at 6:30 p.m. and beginners at 7:30 p.m., followed by open dancing. No partner is required. $15 per lesson with refreshments and open dancing. Call 970-925-8536. Harvest Party 12 p.m. - 4 p.m., ACES at Rock Bottom Ranch, 2001 Hooks Spur Road, Basalt. An afternoon of seasonal fun including a lunch provided by Crystal River Meats and Whole Foods, beer and wine provided by Four Dogs Wines & Spirits, and live music from Grammynominated band Missed the Boat. Other activities include apple-cider pressing, pumpkin carving, organic garden and farm tours, field games, a silent auction and more. Admission is $10 per person (kids younger than 12 are free when accompanied by ACES members). This is a car-free event, so ride a bike, walk or horseback ride to the ranch, located along the Rio Grande Trail, or park at one of the free shuttle locations and catch a ride. Shuttle sites are the El Jebel park-and-ride lot and Basalt Middle School. Call 970-927-6760.

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Near Colorado City On I-25 35 Acres - $35,000. Electricity and road Camp, hunt, fish, retire Financing - $263.60 mo. 719-210-9339 mdinvestors@aol.com

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DELINQUENT TAX LIST For the Year 2011 Noce 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 8th day of November, 2012 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 menoned have not been paid as shall be necessary to pay tax herein below set down, together with interest and penales. R000125 ROSS JOHN F 7600 CLAYTON RD ST LOUIS, MO 63117 Parcel: 273718243008 Subdivision: ASPEN SQUARE Unit: 223 617 E COOPER AVE #223 Year 2011 Tax $1,452.56 Interest $101.68 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,579.24 R000259 520 EAST COOPER PTNRS LLC 402 MIDLAND PARK ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273718224016 Subdivision: ASPENHOF Unit: RB-1 520 E COOPER AVE #LL1-5,520 E COOPER AVE #LL HOUSE Year 2011 Tax $20,683.39 Interest $1,447.84 Other $25.00 Total Due: $22,156.23 R000348 CRYSTAL PALACE ACQUSITIONS LLC 2100 E MAPLE RD, STE 200 BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009 Parcel: 273707338005 Subdivision: CITY AND TOWNSITE OF ASPEN Block: 81 Lot: K AND: - Lot: L 300 E HYMAN AVE Year 2011 Tax $71,982.72 Interest $5,038.79 Other $25.00 Total Due: $77,046.51 R000558 BELLINSON JAMES TRUST BELLINSON CAROLYN TRUST 370 E MAPLE RD STE 200 BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009 Parcel: 273718206006 Subdivision: EAST ASPEN ADDITION Block: 32 Lot: O 940 E HYMAN AVE Year 2011 Tax $9,444.32 Interest $661.10 Other $25.00 Total Due: $10,130.42 R000651 GLENOCK INVESTMENTS LLC PO BOX 207 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273513110012 Subdivision: LIFT ONE Unit: 209 131 E DURANT AVE #209 Year 2011 Tax $1,735.20 Interest $121.46 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,881.66 R000694 JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER W 834 5TH AVE #11B NEW YORK, NY 10065 Parcel: 273512115001 Subdivision: CITY AND TOWNSITE OF ASPEN Block: 14 Lot: G AND: - Lot: H AND: - Lot: I 707 W NORTH ST Year 2011 Tax $16,678.60 Interest $1,167.50 Other $25.00 Total Due: $17,871.10 R000815 100 W FRANCIS LLC 3595 ANCHORAGE WY COCONUT GROVE, FL 33133 Parcel: 273512418004 Subdivision: CITY AND TOWNSITE OF ASPEN Block: 55 Lot: Q AND: - Lot: R AND: - Lot: S 100 W FRANCIS ST Year 2011 Tax $381.68 Interest $15.27 Other $25.00 Total Due: $421.95 R000991 KRANS ROSEMARY 298 4TH AVE #429 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118 Parcel: 273718228010 Subdivision: MOUNTAIN VIEW STUDIOS Unit: 6 819 E HYMAN AVE #6 Year 2011 Tax $1,353.16 Interest $94.72 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,472.88 R001063 GARDNER EZRA EILAT 61 APT #309 TEL AVIV ISRAEL Parcel: 273512459014 Subdivision: COTTONWOODS Unit: 2-D 124 W HYMAN AVE #2D Year 2011 Tax $3,270.08 Interest $228.91 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,523.99 R001085 NEISSER JUDITH E QPRT 120 E DELAWARE PL #3112 CHICAGO, IL 60611 Parcel: 273512424002 Subdivision: CITY AND TOWNSITE OF ASPEN Block: 35 Lot: C AND: - Lot: D AND: - Lot: E 425 W FRANCIS ST Year 2011 Tax $12,597.88 Interest $881.85 Other $25.00 Total Due: $13,504.73 R001210 CRYSTAL PALACE ACQUSITIONS LLC 2100 E MAPLE RD, STE 200 BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009 Parcel: 273707338006 Subdivision: CITY AND TOWNSITE OF ASPEN Block: 81 Lot: M 312 E HYMAN AVE Year 2011 Tax $28,768.16 Interest $2,013.77 Other $25.00 Total Due: $30,806.93 R001272 SPRINGER BARBARA PO BOX 9940 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273718231013 Subdivision: CHATEAU BLANC Unit: 2 901 E HYMAN AVE #2 Year 2011 Tax $1,003.24 Interest $60.19 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,088.43 R001363 WELLS JONATHAN R & JANE I

327 W 84TH ST NEW YORK, NY 10024 Parcel: 273512435008 Subdivision: CITY AND TOWNSITE OF ASPEN Block: 50 Lot: D AND: - Lot: E E 23.36’ OF D & W 13.54’ OF E 229 W HALLAM ST Year 2011 Tax $9,151.52 Interest $640.61 Other $25.00 Total Due: $9,817.13 R001427 MOUNTAIN HOUSE PARTNERS LLC PO BOX 7457 BRECKENRIDGE, CO 80424 Parcel: 273718206002 Subdivision: EAST ASPEN ADDITION Block: 32 Lot: A AND: - Lot: Thru D 905 E HOPKINS AVE Year 2011 Tax $51,218.68 Interest $3,585.31 Other $25.00 Total Due: $54,828.99 R001706 MOORE HERBERT R MOORE PARVINE F PO BOX 3452 PRINCETON, NJ 85377 Parcel: 273302404002 Subdivision: LAURELWOOD Unit: 414 640 CARRIAGE WY #414 Year 2011 Tax $1,137.80 Interest $79.65 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,242.45 R001751 PAUGH JOHN IRREV TRUSTS FBO JESSICA PAUGH & DOUGLAS SCOTT 3445 E 100 ST ANDERSON, IN 46017 Parcel: 273301403030 Subdivision: RIDGE RUN UNIT 3 Lot: 32 1993 FARAWAY RD Year 2011 Tax $4,628.78 Interest $277.73 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,931.51 R001950 US DEPT OF JUSTICE 400 N TAMPA ST #3200 TAMPA, FL 33602 Parcel: 273301306077 Subdivision: CRESTWOOD Unit: 201-G DESC: AKA, G-1220 400 WOOD RD #1220G Year 2011 Tax $2,156.72 Interest $150.97 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,332.69

26 TWINING FLATS RD Year 2011 Tax $3,292.20 Interest $230.45 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,547.65 R003271 SCHEUER EVAN & JULIA 1969 JUNIPER HILL ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 264320101008 Subdivision: BRUSH CREEK VILLAGE Block: 3 Lot: 13 FILING 2 1969 JUNIPER HILLS DR Year 2011 Tax $4,392.36 Interest $307.47 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,724.83 R003444 ROARING FORK HOLDINGS LLC PO BOX 5000 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 81615 Parcel: 273503200013 Subdivision: ASPEN OAKS Lot: 3 101 OAK RIDGE DR Year 2011 Tax $104.79 Interest $6.29 Other $25.00 Total Due: $136.08 R003694 OCHS LESLIE K 1595 MEDICINE BOW RD ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 264320406010 Subdivision: BRUSH CREEK VILLAGE Block: 7 Lot: 3 FILING 1 1595 MEDICINE BOW Year 2011 Tax $5,537.68 Interest $387.64 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,950.32 R003869 285 CONUNDRUM ROAD LLC 453 E HOPKINS AVE ASPEN, CO 81611-1907 Parcel: 291102100013 Secon: 2 Township: 11 Range: 85 A TRACT IN SEC 2-11-85 DESC BY M/B BK 364 PG 842 285 CONUNDRUM RD Year 2011 Tax $4,005.88 Interest $280.41 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,311.29

R002029 WHITE HELENE N 211 W FORT ST #1610 DETROIT, MI 48226 Parcel: 273312201046 Subdivision: WOODRUN UNIT ONE Block: 1 Lot: 30 1248 WOOD RD Year 2011 Tax $11,165.84 Interest $781.61 Other $25.00 Total Due: $11,972.45

R003929 TOURNESOL III LLC 10 E 40TH ST 25TH FL NEW YORK, NY 10016 Parcel: 273706300010 Subdivision: M/B RED MOUNTAIN Secon: 6 Township: 10 Range: 84 A TRACT IN THE SE4SW4 BGNNG AT THE WITNESS COR FOR COR 2 OF THE BROWN PLACER USMS 15047 TH S 89 DEG 24’E 190.09 FT TH N 00 DEG 36’E 189.91 FT TH N 74 DEG 22’W 166.83 FT TH N 56 DEG 02’W 163.50 FT TH S 30 DEG 36’W 161.82 FT TH S 35 DEG 08’E 156.40 FT TH S 44 DEG 26’E 79.24 FT TH S 89 DEG 24’E 41.08 FT TO THE POB 1200 RED MOUNTAIN RD Year 2011 Tax $44,999.76 Interest $3,149.98 Other $30.00 Total Due: $48,179.74

R002199 SLIKKERS LEON & DOLORES 993 WEST 32ND ST HOLLAND, MI 49423 Parcel: 273301306087 Subdivision: CRESTWOOD Unit: 102-H DESC: AKA H-2116 UNIT 103-H COMBINED 400 WOOD RD #2116H Year 2011 Tax $3,388.48 Interest $237.19 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,650.67

R004029 KAHN FARRELL PO BOX 7665 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273706403009 Subdivision: RED MOUNTAIN RANCH Block: 1 Lot: 1 LOT 1 BLK 1 RED MOUNTAIN RANCH SUB BK 650 PG 32 122 E REDS RD Year 2011 Tax $15,932.88 Interest $1,115.30 Other $25.00 Total Due: $17,073.18

R002424 THORNE PATRICIA E 2393 S CONGRESS AVE #200 WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33406 Parcel: 273301304068 Subdivision: STONEBRIDGE Unit: 827 DESC: BLDG. IV 30 ANDERSON LN #827 Year 2011 Tax $2,029.56 Interest $142.07 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,196.63

R004043 80 BUTTERMILK LN LANDOWNER LLC C/O COLEMAN BROS PO BOX 729 CARBONDALE, CO 81623 Parcel: 273503400036 Secon: 3 Township: 10 Range: 85 TRACT OF LAND IN LOT 13 OF SEC 3-10-85 DESC BY M/B CONT 2.20 AC M/L BK 507 PG 408 240 BUTTERMILK LN Year 2011 Tax $9,854.60 Interest $689.82 Other $25.00 Total Due: $10,569.42

R002460 KAELIN STEFAN M PO BOX 5968 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 81615 Parcel: 264536402017 Subdivision: MELTON RANCH UNIT THREE Block: 3 Lot: 22 365 SINCLAIR RD Year 2011 Tax $4,603.68 Interest $322.26 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,950.94 R002656 WELLS FARGO BANK N A 1610 E ST ANDREWS ST SANTA ANA, CA 92705 Parcel: 273301306461 Subdivision: CRESTWOOD Unit: 307-B DESC: AKA, B-2301 400 WOOD RD #2301B Year 2011 Tax $2,691.04 Interest $188.37 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,904.41

R004173 WARREN OAK LLC 595 S BROADWAY #200 DENVER, CO 80209 Parcel: 273718100006 Secon: 18 Township: 10 Range: 84 TR OF LAND BEING A PART OF THE HIGHLAND PLACER LOCATED IN THE NE4NE4 BGNNG AT COR #6 OF THE HIGHLAND PLACER #6120 TH S 00 DEG 15’W 167.79 FT TH S 41 DEG 03’E 197.57 FT TH S 55 DEG 26’E 87.00 FT TH N 08 DEG 56’E 330.54 FT TH N 81 DEG 04’W 255.08 FT TO POB ALSO SEE LAND EXCHNG REC 583780 SKIMMING LN Year 2011 Tax $13,011.48 Interest $910.80 Other $25.00 Total Due: $13,947.28

R002719 TOP CORPORATION 1404 17TH ST #800 DENVER, CO 80202 Parcel: 273302408066 Subdivision: TOV/ASPEN TRAILS Unit: 303 855 CARRIAGE WY #303 Year 2011 Tax $3,917.72 Interest $274.24 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,216.96

R004804 AWREY HOWARD LIV TRUST 50% OCALLAGHAN AWREY LIV TRUST 50% 125 E 7TH #100 PUEBLO, CO 81003 Parcel: 273707406012 Subdivision: PARK CIRCLE Unit: C-1 425 PARK CIR #C1 Year 2011 Tax $781.52 Interest $46.89 Other $25.00 Total Due: $853.41

R002867 HORRELL ROBERT E JR & EULA J 1510 W CRESTWOOD MEMPHIS, TN 38119 Parcel: 273301301002 Subdivision: TAMARACK TOWNHOUSES Unit: 2 135 CARRIAGE WAY #2 Year 2011 Tax $890.56 Interest $53.43 Other $25.00 Total Due: $968.99

R005343 MARKS MARILYN R 1520 HOMESTAKE DR ASPEN, CO 81611-1026 Parcel: 273502401021 Subdivision: WEST ASPEN Lot: 20 FILING 2 1520 HOMESTAKE DR Year 2011 Tax $8,429.06 Interest $590.04 Other $25.00 Total Due: $9,044.10

R002910 CDM PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 8838 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273506101001 Subdivision: COUNTRY CLUB UNIT 1 Lot: 16 464 FAIRWAY DR Year 2011 Tax $147.35 Interest $4.42 Other $25.00 Total Due: $176.77

R005705 BACHELDOR NANCY M 11 RIVERSEDGE CT BASALT, CO 81621 Parcel: 264127300036 Secon: 27 Township: 9 Range: 84 MINE: PARNELL LODE - 6622 100% 7.09 ACRES IN THE WOODY CREEK MINING DISTRICT Year 2011 Tax $144.02 Interest $8.64 Other $25.00 Total Due: $177.66

R003239 CLEARY WILLIAM J 26 TWINING FLATS RD ASPEN, CO 81611-9730 Parcel: 264316300042 Secon: 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

R005756 VENNER WILLIAM H 737 VINE ST ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273536400061 MINE: HANLON - 1860 25% 2.82 ACRES1/4 SURFACE & 1/4 MINERAL RIGHTS Year 2011 Tax $7.16 Interest $0.50 Other $25.00 Total Due: $32.66

R006060 R & R TRADING INC 737 VINE ST ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273536100002 Subdivision: MINING CLAIM MINE: SOLTEC - 11294 100% 7.394 ACRES ALL SURFACE AND MINERAL RIGHTS; IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT Year 2011 Tax $7.20 Interest $0.50 Other $25.00 Total Due: $32.70 R006213 SENS WILLIAM HERMAN TRUST 0016 W LUPINE DR ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273717307023 Subdivision: MOUNTAIN VALLEY Block: 1 Lot: 13 16 E LUPINE DR Year 2011 Tax $5,971.04 Interest $417.97 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,414.01 R006580 FULTON TRAVIS 300 LITTLE ELK CREEK AVE PO BOX 502 SNOWMASS, CO 81654-9319 Parcel: 264504201010 Subdivision: LITTLE ELK CREEK VILLAGE Block: 3 Lot: 13 FILING 2 300 LITTLE ELK CREEK AVE Year 2011 Tax $3,862.40 Interest $270.37 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,157.77 R006766 HGL LLC 26801 HWY 82 SNOWMASS, CO 81654 Parcel: 246727200004 Secon: 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 Year 2011 Tax $7,638.80 Interest $534.72 Other $40.00 Total Due: $8,213.52 R006813 TERRY MARTHA E 50% TERRY PRESCOTT LEBRETON 25% TERRY ANDREW HERPEL 25% 3025 GOLFVIEW RD VERO BEACH, FL 32960 Parcel: 272917401009 Subdivision: REDSTONE Lot: 54 AND: - Lot: 54A 56, 56A, 58 & 58A 544 REDSTONE BLVD Year 2011 Tax $1,750.88 Interest $122.56 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,898.44 R006881 TERRY PRESCOTT L & MARTHA H 3025 GOLFVIEW DRIVE VERO BEACH, FL 32960-4990 Parcel: 272917401010 Subdivision: REDSTONE Lot: 1 536 REDSTONE BLVD Year 2011 Tax $1,800.44 Interest $126.03 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,951.47 R007321 SMITH ALISA M & JOHN H PO BOX 71223 MARIETTA, GA 30007 Parcel: 272920205011 Subdivision: ELK MOUNTAIN Lot: 23 ELK MOUNTAIN DR Year 2011 Tax $1,804.88 Interest $126.34 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,956.22 R007475 HELMBERGER CLAIR 0614 BOBCAT LN REDSTONE, CO 81623 Parcel: 272932200011 Secon: 32 Township: 10 Range: 88 PART OF N2NW4 OF SEC 32-10-88 LYING WLY OF KLINE CREEK EXCEPTING HOWEVER THE WLY 457.13 FT THEREOF AS PARTICULARLY DESC AS TRACT 1 IN DEED TO ERNEST C BAACK JR & CLAUDIA LEE BAACK BK 245 PG 370 THEREOF EXCEPT THAT PART THEREOF THAT MAY BE IN CONFLICT WITH TRACT NO 6 AS PARTICULARLY DESC IN CONTRACT BETWEEN REDSTONE RANCH ACRES & JOHN W TEUSCHER & LOUISE C TEUSCHER BK 274 PG 995 TOGETHER WITH EASEMENT FOR ROAD & ROADWAY PURPOSES IN SW4 OF SEC 29-10-88 DESC BY M/B BK 539 PG 195 & PG 985 614 BOBCAT LN Year 2011 Tax $1,366.16 Interest $95.63 Other $30.00 Total Due: $1,491.79 R007634 BECKER JESSE A

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293 N BILL CREEK RD CARBONDALE, CO 81623 Parcel: 246334102004 Subdivision: LOWER SEWELL TRACTS Lot: 32 Secon: 34 Township: 8 Range: 88 TRACT OF LAND IN NE4NW4 & NW4NE4 OF SEC 34-8-88 LYING ELY OF THE CENTER LINE OF CRYSTAL RIVER DESC BY M/B BK 444 PG 302 BK 599 PG 661 293 N BILL CREEK RD Year 2011 Tax $496.32 Interest $34.74 Other $25.00 Total Due: $556.06

PLAT OF REFILING OF LOTS 95 & 26 OF THE REDSTONE SUBDIVISION RECORDED 1-8-80 PLAT BK 8 PG 69 EXCEPTING THEREFROM ALL THAT PART OF SAID PROPERTY DESC IN BK 334 PG 937 & A TRACT OF LAND IN SEC 20-10-88 DESC BY M/B BK 598 PG 327 BK 599 PG 311 BK 598 PG 320 BK 598 PG 323 & 325 80 REDSTONE BLVD,82 REDSTONE BLVD,17 REDSTONE CASTLE DR,10 REDSTONE CASTLE DR,11 REDSTONE CASTLE DR Year 2011 Tax $536.18 Interest $16.08 Other $30.00 Total Due: $582.26

R013037 BENSON BRADLEY T 18 ANTELOPE DR REDSTONE, CO 81623 Parcel: 272929300005 Secon: 29 Township: 10 Range: 88 LAND IN SW4 OF SEC 29-10-88 DESC BY M/B BK 312 PG 363 BK 629 PG 911 ANTELOPE DR Year 2011 Tax $4,040.72 Interest $282.85 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,348.57

R007654 NIESLANIK JOHN F JR 1/2 NIESLANIK PAUL 1/3 & CECELIA 1/6 979 COUNTY RD 101 CARBONDALE, CO 81623-2183 Parcel: 272917100006 Secon: 17 Township: 10 Range: 88 UND 85/520 INT IN & TO ALL THAT PART OF E2NE4 SEC 17-10-88 SIT WLY OF THE WLY BOUNDARY OF COLO ST HWY 133 SW4NE4 SEC 17-10-88 ALL THAT PART OF NE4SE4 SEC 17-10-88 SIT WLY OF THE WLY BOUNDARY OF COLO ST HWY 133 NW4SE4 OF SEC 17-10-88 ALL THAT PART OF SW4SE4 OF SEC 17-10-88 SIT WLY OF THE WLY BOUNDARY OF COLO ST HWY 133 SW4 OF SEC 17-10-88 SE4 OF SEC 18-10-88 NE4NE4 OF SEC 19-10-88 NE4NE4 OF SEC 19-10-88 N2NW4 OF SEC 20-10-88 ALL THAT PART OF NW4NE4 SIT WLY OF THE WLY BOUNDARY OF COLO ST HWY 133 & W OF THAT CERTAIN STRIP OF LAND CONT 4.66 AC M/L LEASED BY THE CRYSTAL RIVER RR CO TO THE COLO FUEL & IRON CO FOR COKING PURPOSES ON FEB 20 1900 WHICH STRIP OF LAND IS MORE PARTICULARLY DESC IN BK 167 PG 89 & SUBJECT TO RESERVATIONS THEREIN STATED EXCEPTING FROM THE NE4NW4 & NW4NE4 OF SEC 20 THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND CONT 2.92 AC M/L MORE PARTICULARLY DESC AS “TRACT NUMBER 1” IN BK 189 PG 285 SEE JUDGMENT & DECREE IN BK 389 PG 364 LESS THAT LAND SOLD TO THE REDSTONE CORPORATION BK 438 PG 21 HWY 133 Year 2011 Tax $10.60 Interest $0.74 Other $40.00 Total Due: $51.34

R010999 PARKER STEPHEN & WYCOFF ANN 190 DEL MAR SHORES TERRACE #83 SALONA BEACH, CA 92075 Parcel: 273707366138 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 1010 DESC: PHASE III 1010 VINE ST #1010 Year 2011 Tax $1,047.56 Interest $62.85 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,135.41

R013123 TELEGRAPH HILL TRUST 1117 BOYLSTON AVE EAST SEATTLE, WA 98102 Parcel: 273510101004 Subdivision: EAGLE PINES Lot: 4 300 EAGLE PINES DR Year 2011 Tax $27,312.60 Interest $1,911.88 Other $25.00 Total Due: $29,249.48

R011109 MCDONOUGH PAUL & ELLEN 434 GREENLEAF AVE GLENCOE, IL 60022 Parcel: 273301338004 Subdivision: WOODRUN PLACE Unit: 4 425 WOOD RD #4 Year 2011 Tax $1,062.96 Interest $63.78 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,151.74

R013131 REDD MOUNTAIN HOLDINGS 1/2 INT EAGLE PINES PROPERTY 1/2 INT 3109 STIRLING RD, STE 101 FT LAUDERDALE, FL 33312 Parcel: 273510101012 Subdivision: EAGLE PINES Lot: C AKA PARCEL C EAGLE PINES DR Year 2011 Tax $3,464.12 Interest $242.49 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,731.61

R007780 NELSON CLAUDIA K & ALAN A 15150 HIGHWAY 133 CARBONDALE, CO 81623-8937 Parcel: 272904300005 Secon: 4 Township: 10 Range: 88 PARCEL A A PARCEL OF LAND IN SE4SW4 OF SEC 4-10-88 LYING SLY OF NLY LINE OF SE4SW4 DESC BY M/B & CONT 1.23 AC M/L PARCEL B A PARCEL OF LAND IN SE4SW4 OF SEC 4-10-88 LYING SLY OF NLY LINE OF SAID SE4SW4 DESC BY M/B 15150 HWY 133 Year 2011 Tax $2,063.32 Interest $123.80 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,212.12 R008228 WORLD SKI & SNOWBOARD LTD 2 CLIFTON MANOR CLIFTON RD BANGOR N IRELAND BT20 5HH Parcel: 273301309030 Subdivision: STONEBRIDGE INN Unit: 410 300 CARRIAGE WY #410 Year 2011 Tax $258.68 Interest $18.11 Other $25.00 Total Due: $301.79

R011458 ROSELLE VERONICA 99 SE MIZNER BLVD #824 BOCA RATON, FL 33432 Parcel: 273707366227 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 1236 DESC: PHASE III 1236 VINE ST #1236 Year 2011 Tax $1,193.64 Interest $83.55 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,302.19

R011891 STEPHENS ROSS DAVID 1337 B DANIELSON RD SANTA BARBARA, CA 93108 Parcel: 273718248023 Subdivision: INDEPENDENCE BUILDING Unit: 308 404 S GALENA ST #308 Year 2011 Tax $799.88 Interest $55.99 Other $25.00 Total Due: $880.87

R008371 SHIFRIN GEORGE PO BOX 12280 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273718242048 Subdivision: DURANT MALL - AMENDED Unit: P-6 DESC: PARKING 710 E DURANT AVE #P6 Year 2011 Tax $657.28 Interest $39.44 Other $25.00 Total Due: $721.72

R012217 COOPER MATTHEW MARC & NINA IRENE 1775 MAJESTIC PINES TRL AFTON, MN 55001 Parcel: 273707366352 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 313 DESC: PHASE I 313 VINE ST #313 Year 2011 Tax $80.19 Interest $1.60 Other $25.00 Total Due: $106.79 R012293 ELK MOUNTAIN RANCH LLC PO BOX 1085 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 264523200004 Subdivision: SHIELD-O-MESA Sixteenth: NW Quarter: NW Secon: 23 Township: 9 Range: 86 PARCEL OF LAND IN NW4NW4 OF SEC 23-9-86 BGNNG AT A PT 100 FT E OF THE NW COR TH S 300 FT TH E 300 FT TH N 300 FT TH W 300 FT TO POB SUBJECT TO A ROAD EASEMENT ON THE SELY & NELY PORTIONS OF PARCEL FOR A 60 FT ROAD AS CONSTRUCTED & IN PLACE CONT 2.06 AC +/- PARCEL B 981 MESA RD Year 2011 Tax $296.54 Interest $17.79 Other $30.00 Total Due: $344.33

R008435 WEIR MARSHALL W IV TRUST 6307 WATERFORD BLVD #225 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73118 Parcel: 290919101001 Subdivision: CASTLE CREEK FOUR Lot: 1 027 FALL CREEK RD Year 2011 Tax $11,141.20 Interest $779.88 Other $25.00 Total Due: $11,946.08 R008754 810 W SMUGGLER LLC 4040 NE 2ND AVE #414 MIAMI, FL 33137 Parcel: 273512122002 Subdivision: TENT Unit: 2 810 W SMUGGLER ST #02 Year 2011 Tax $30.00 Interest $0.60 Other $25.00 Total Due: $55.60

R012341 BARBATELLI ELIZABETH L 8936 ASHCROFT AVE WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA 90048 Parcel: 273707366321 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 132 DESC: PHASE I 132 VINE ST #132 Year 2011 Tax $2,164.12 Interest $151.49 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,340.61

R008894 WEBSTER DAVID H PO BOX 10362 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273707412732 Subdivision: MIDLAND PARK CONDO Unit: G-21 721 MIDLAND PARK PL #G21 Year 2011 Tax $489.68 Interest $34.28 Other $25.00 Total Due: $548.96

R012645 KREAGER TRISTAN 1107 12TH ST #121 BOULDER, CO 80302 Parcel: 264514200013 Subdivision: SHIELD-O-MESA Secon: 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 Year 2011 Tax $11,229.80 Interest $786.09 Other $25.00 Total Due: $12,040.89

R009132 DIAMOND SARAH PO BOX 4627 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273501320001 Subdivision: SUNUP Unit: A 220 PITKIN MESA DR #A Year 2011 Tax $2,040.68 Interest $142.85 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,208.53 R009368 HISTORIC REDSTONE INN LP C/O OTTE & COTE 1280 UTE AVE #16 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 272920104030 Subdivision: REDSTONE Lot: 26 AND:- Lot: 95 Secon: 20 Township: 10 Range: 88 LOTS 95 & 26 REDSTONE SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO

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R011417 TOWNSEND R JAMES 1112 VINE ST ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273707366186 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 1112 DESC: PHASE III 1112 VINE ST #1112 Year 2011 Tax $1,080.00 Interest $75.60 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,180.60

R011463 LARSON KENNETH R 1316 VINE ST ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273707366232 Subdivision: HUNTER CREEK Unit: 1316 DESC: PHASE III 1316 VINE ST #1316 Year 2011 Tax $1,759.28 Interest $123.15 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,907.43

R008322 ROSENBERG HENRY A & DOROTHY VALUTREE RE SERVICES LLC PO BOX 85188 RICHMOND, VA 23285-5188 Parcel: 273718267128 Subdivision: GANT Unit: G-304 610 S WEST END ST #G304 Year 2011 Tax $2,247.36 Interest $134.84 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,407.20

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R011198 SCHALDACH NANCY 799 CRANDON BLVD APT 801 KEY BISCAYNE, FL 33149-2555 Parcel: 273718298002 Subdivision: ASPEN CHANCE Lot: 2 785 UTE CT Year 2011 Tax $18,926.92 Interest $1,324.88 Other $25.00 Total Due: $20,276.80

R012760 ALLAN ROBERT M & MARY C ALLAN FAMILY TRUST 1731 COLEGATE CIR LA JOLLA, CA 92037 Parcel: 273718235003 Subdivision: DURANT MEWS Unit: 3 927 E DURANT AVE Year 2011 Tax $75.59 Interest $3.03 Other $25.00 Total Due: $103.62

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R013210 OLSON JOHN & BARBARA 1444 LOWER RIVER RD SNOWMASS, CO 81654 Parcel: 246726101002 Subdivision: R & O Lot: 2 1444 LOWER RIVER RD,1440 LOWER RIVER RD Year 2011 Tax $19,552.40 Interest $1,368.67 Other $25.00 Total Due: $20,946.07 R013445 CHAKERES REAL ESTATE LLC 3431 E SUNSET RD LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 Parcel: 273512451008 Subdivision: SMB Unit: 101 605 W MAIN ST #101 Year 2011 Tax $2,264.44 Interest $158.51 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,447.95 R013446 CHAKERES REAL ESTATE LLC 3431 E SUNSET RD LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 Parcel: 273512451009 Subdivision: SMB Unit: 102 605 W MAIN ST #102 Year 2011 Tax $2,685.76 Interest $188.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,898.76 R013530 UP COUNTRY CUSTOM HOMES LLC 122 CHAIR MTN DR REDSTONE, CO 81623 Parcel: 272929201040 Subdivision: CRYSTAL RIVER PARK FIRST ADDITION Lot: 8A 122 CHAIR MOUNTAIN DR Year 2011 Tax $3,078.00 Interest $215.46 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,318.46 R013627 HARRIS JAMES R COMPANY INC 2929 W 5TH ST #A FORT WORTH, TX 76107 Parcel: 264330301060 Subdivision: HORSE RANCH Lot: 60 124 SADDLEBACK LN Year 2011 Tax $10,945.08 Interest $766.16 Other $25.00 Total Due: $11,736.24 R013771 ISBERIAN STEPHAN G & HEATHER REV TRUST 516 E HYMAN AVE ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 246718101012 Subdivision: BASALT BUSINESS CENTER EAST Lot: G 300 CODY LN Year 2011 Tax $38,496.56 Interest $2,694.76 Other $25.00 Total Due: $41,216.32 R013795 SOUTHSIDE COMMERCIAL LLC 300 RIVERSIDE DR BASALT, CO 81621 Parcel: 246718105012 Subdivision: BASALT BUSINESS CENTER WEST Lot: 8 170 SOUTH SIDE DR Year 2011 Tax $13,713.92 Interest $959.97 Other $25.00 Total Due: $14,698.89 R013930 2556 LOWER RIVER RD LLC C/O EDWARDS JOSEPH E III 201 N MILL #203 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 246736102002 Subdivision: MURRY LOW IMPACT Lot: 2 2556 LOWER RIVER RD Year 2011 Tax $27,776.92 Interest $1,944.38 Other $25.00 Total Due: $29,746.30 R014124 ELK MOUNTAIN RANCH LLC PO BOX 1085 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 264514300003 Subdivision: SHIELD-O-MESA Quarter: SW Secon: 14 Township: 9 Range: 86 LAND SIT IN SW4 BGNNG AT A PT 500 FT E OF THE SW COR SEC 14 TH E 300 FT TH N 300 FT TH W 300 FT TH S 300 TO POB CONT 2.06 AC +/- PARCEL C 981 MESA RD Year 2011 Tax $297.54 Interest $17.85 Other $25.00 Total Due: $340.39 R014158 THORNBURG MORTGAGE SECURITIES TRUST 3815 SOUTH WEST TEMPLE SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115 Parcel: 273523402001 Subdivision: CASTLE CREEK VALLEY RANCH Lot: 3 250 N HAYDEN RD Year 2011 Tax $15,714.88 Interest $1,100.04 Other $25.00 Total Due: $16,839.92 R014168 HOUSSIERE HOLDINGS LTD 1990 POST OAK BLVD #800 HOUSTON, TX 77056-3812

Parcel: 273535101001 Subdivision: CASTLE CREEK VALLEY RANCH Lot: 13 800 S HAYDEN RD Year 2011 Tax $11,132.73 Interest $333.98 Other $25.00 Total Due: $11,491.71 R014917 WALTER CAROL A DEC TRUST 1621 GASPAR DR S BOCA GRANDE, FL 33921 Parcel: 273506402046 Subdivision: PINES (EAST VILLAGE) Lot: 46 389 PINE CREST DR Year 2011 Tax $21,440.76 Interest $1,500.85 Other $25.00 Total Due: $22,966.61 R014945 BILLINGS PRENTICE BOYD 20 ASPEN MOUNTAIN RD ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273718293004 Subdivision: BILLINGS PLACE Unit: D DESC: DEED RESTRICTED 20 ASPEN MOUNTAIN RD #D Year 2011 Tax $300.60 Interest $21.04 Other $25.00 Total Due: $346.64 R015170 TREADWELL ELIZABETH E MCLAIN WILLIAM DOUGLAS PO BOX 312 WOODY CREEK, CO 81656 Parcel: 264322301035 Subdivision: W/J RANCH HOMES Lot: 60 DEED RESTRICTED 750 STEVENS ST Year 2011 Tax $1,489.12 Interest $104.24 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,618.36 R015180 SCHLUETER MICHAEL J & LISA C 8300 COUNTY RD 3 MARBLE, CO 81623 Parcel: 272920104031 Subdivision: REDSTONE Lot: 15 292 REDSTONE BLVD Year 2011 Tax $5,809.32 Interest $406.65 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,240.97 R015232 CAREY JANE ELIZABETH PO BOX 11252 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273707429025 Subdivision: WILLIAMS RANCH Lot: 25 DEED RESTRICTED 110 WILLIAMS RANCH DR Year 2011 Tax $244.68 Interest $17.13 Other $25.00 Total Due: $286.81 R015248 PROVINE JOHN R PO BOX 8769 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273707430004 Subdivision: SILVERLODE Lot: 4 387 SILVERLODE DR Year 2011 Tax $9,250.28 Interest $647.52 Other $25.00 Total Due: $9,922.80 R015250 LAWRENCE FAMILY TRUST C/O FRANK LAWRENCE AS TRUSTEE 1224 PROSPECT ST #130 LA JOLLA, CA 92037 Parcel: 273707430006 Subdivision: SILVERLODE Lot: 6 355 SILVERLODE DR Year 2011 Tax $9,068.60 Interest $634.80 Other $25.00 Total Due: $9,728.40 R015290 ELK MOUNTAIN RANCH LLC PO BOX 1085 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 264522102002 Subdivision: DOUGLAS R CASEY SHIELD-O-MEADOWS Lot: 2 981 MESA RD Year 2011 Tax $4,176.18 Interest $250.57 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,451.75 R015309 MULLEN MICHEL 8411 PRESTON RD #730 DALLAS, TX 75225 Parcel: 273512497001 Subdivision: CARISCH LOT SPLIT Lot: 1 440 N FIFTH ST Year 2011 Tax $16,840.04 Interest $1,178.80 Other $25.00 Total Due: $18,043.84 R015447 ASPEN INSTITUTE INC ONE DUPONT CIR NW #700 WASHINGTON, DC 20036 Parcel: 273512239008 Subdivision: TRUSTEE TWH AT ASPEN MEADOWS Unit: 8 81 MEADOWS RD #8 Year 2011 Tax $4,129.44 Interest $289.06 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,443.50 R015490 STEINER SHERYL 2.86/1751 SIMPSON CHARLES 8.6/1751 SIMPSON FRED 8.6/1751 ROHRIG MADLYN 8.6/1751 SIMPSON DON 1.72/1751 SIMPSON TODD 1.72/1751 SIMPSON WILL 1.72/1751 SIMPSON TONY 1.72/1751 BAROS ROCKY 2.87/1751 LOPEZ VERONICA 2.87/1751 PO BOX 2075 GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO 81602 Parcel: 246123100012 ALL MINERAL & 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 Year 2011 Tax $18.04 Interest $1.26 Other $40.00 Total Due: $59.30 R015516 MCCONATY MRS JAMES NOW MRS GEORGE SWEENEY PO BOX 178 RODEO, NM 88056 Parcel: 273513100046 Secon: 13 Township: 10 Range: 85 IN THE ROARING FORK MINING


DISTRICT MINE: PIONEER - 1721 .04% 8.38 ACRES Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015518 ASPEN SILVER WATER LLC 1820 17TH AVE SE RIO RANCHO, NM 87124 Parcel: 273513100046 Secon: 13 Township: 10 Range: 85 IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT MINE: PIONEER - 1721 .5% 8.38 ACRES1/2 SURFACE & 1/2 MINERAL RIGHTS Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015534 ASPEN SILVER WATER LLC 1820 17TH AVE SE RIO RANCHO, NM 87124 Parcel: 273524100008 Secon: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 MINE: GRAND PACIFIC - 5817 .38% 4.37 ACRES3/8 SURFACE, 3/8 MINERAL RIGHTS IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015539 SMART EDWIN J 2009 MARKET ST DENVER, CO 80205-2022 Parcel: 273524100018 Secon: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT MINE: MAYFLOWER - 3986 .04% 8.4 ACRES Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015542 KITTY B & JENNIE LIND MINES TRST 45 TAMARIND DR GUNNISON, CO 81230 Parcel: 273524100025 Secon: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT MINE: JENNIE LIND - 2530 .35% 10.42 ACRES60% OF 971/1536 SURFACE & MINERAL Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015543 KITTY B & JENNIE LIND MINES TRST 45 TAMARIND DR GUNNISON, CO 81230 Parcel: 273524100025 Secon: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT MINE: JENNIE LIND - 2530 .21% 10.42 ACRES309/1536 SURFACE & MINERAL Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015547 KITTY B & JENNIE LIND MINES TRST 45 TAMARIND DR GUNNISON, CO 81230 Parcel: 273524100037 Secon: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 MINE: KITTY B - 3970 .14% 6.15 ACRES11/80 SURFACE & MINERAL IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015556 SMART EDWIN J 2009 MARKET ST DENVER, CO 80205-2022 Parcel: 273524100053 Secon: 24 Township: 10 Range: 85 MINE: SAN JACINTO - 4275 .17% 2.7 ACRES1/6 SURFACE & MINERAL RIGHTS IN THE ROARING FORK MINING DISTRICT Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R015629 LOWSKY JONATHAN F & FELICE HERSHEY 313 SOPRIS CIR BASALT, CO 81621 Parcel: 246717229011 Subdivision: RIVERVIEW PLAZA Unit: 128 100 ELK RUN DR #128 Year 2011 Tax $833.38 Interest $25.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $883.38 R015717 GAWRYS RAUL G 220 HARMONY LN CARBONDALE, CO 81623 Parcel: 246717229023 Subdivision: RIVERVIEW PLAZA Unit: 222 100 ELK RUN DR #222 Year 2011 Tax $1,940.16 Interest $135.81 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,100.97 R015775 RISTINE CHARLES 125 ASPEN VILLAGE ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 264306490125 Subdivision: ASPEN VILLAGE Lot: 125 125 ASPEN VILLAGE #125 Year 2011 Tax $738.72 Interest $22.16 Other $25.00 Total Due: $785.88 R015815 GINN THOMAS B & JILL 42 ASPEN VILLAGE ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 264306490042 Subdivision: ASPEN VILLAGE Lot: 42 42 ASPEN VILLAGE #42 Year 2011 Tax $370.31 Interest $7.40 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.71 R015860 RISTINE LAURA L PO BOX 5953 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 81615 Parcel: 264306490107 Subdivision: ASPEN VILLAGE Lot: 107 107 ASPEN VILLAGE #107 Year 2011 Tax $585.83 Interest $11.72 Other $25.00 Total Due: $622.55 R015888 RODRIGUEZ JUAN 150 ASPEN VILLAGE ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 264306490150 Subdivision: ASPEN VILLAGE Lot: 150 150 ASPEN VILLAGE #150 Year 2011 Tax $2,559.64 Interest $172.98 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,757.62 R016037 ADAMS LAURIE B

BARNETT MATTHEW E KELLER KURT HARRY PAUL D PO BOX 1599 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273525200034 SURFACE RIGHTS ON CLIFTON BOY USMS 6010 9.89 AC. IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT MINE: CLIFTON BOY - 6010 1% 9.89 ACRES SURFACE RIGHTS ONLY Year 2011 Tax $1,440.24 Interest $100.82 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,566.06 R016186 SMART EDWIN J C/O R L STEENROD JR & ASSOC 2009 MARKET ST DENVER, CO 80205-2022 Parcel: 291112100020 Secon: 12 Township: 11 Range: 85 IN THE HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT MINE: IDLEWILD - 4338 10.33 ACRES3/16 SURFACE & 9/16 MINERAL Year 2011 Tax $379.04 Interest $26.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $430.57

Subdivision: TOP OF MILL PARCEL 3 926 S MILL ST Year 2011 Tax $47,181.00 Interest $3,302.67 Other $25.00 Total Due: $50,508.67 R018881 DAGGS JAMES K 715 W MAIN ST #101 ASPEN, CO 81611-1659 Parcel: 273512486001 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: 101 715 W MAIN ST #101 Year 2011 Tax $3,619.52 Interest $253.37 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,897.89 R018882 DAGGS JAMES K 715 W MAIN ST #101 ASPEN, CO 81611-1659 Parcel: 273512486002 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: 102 715 W MAIN ST #102 Year 2011 Tax $1,071.12 Interest $74.98 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,171.10

R016258 SMART EDWIN J 2009 MARKET ST DENVER, CO 80205-2022 Parcel: 299714400052 Secon: 14 Township: 12 Range: 85 IN THE COLUMBIA MINING DISTRICT MINE: EMMA - 6976 .07% 10.33 ACRES Year 2011 Tax $85.72 Interest $6.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $116.72

R018886 JEROME OFFICE ASPEN CO LLC 715 W MAIN ST #201 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512486006 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: 201 715 W MAIN ST #201 Year 2011 Tax $4,363.04 Interest $305.41 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,693.45

R016594 BLACK JOHN & DIERDRE PO BOX 2693 ASPEN, CO 81612-2693 Parcel: 246707403053 Subdivision: ROARING RIVER LODGES Unit: 49 DESC: BLDG D 23400 TWO RIVERS RD #49 Year 2011 Tax $2,766.44 Interest $165.99 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,957.43

R018887 SILVERLODE INVESTORS LLC 715 W MAIN #201 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512486007 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: 202 715 W MAIN ST #202 Year 2011 Tax $1,859.00 Interest $130.13 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,014.13

R017149 COHEN HOWARD C/O ASPEN FINANCE CORP 1930 VILLAGE CENTER CIR - STE 3 LAS VEGAS, NV 89134-6245 Parcel: 246717229028 Subdivision: RIVERVIEW PLAZA Unit: 226 100 ELK RUN DR #226 Year 2011 Tax $1,125.48 Interest $78.78 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,229.26

R018888 SHADOW MOUNTAIN OFFICES LLC 715 W MAIN ST #201 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512486008 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: 203 715 W MAIN ST #203 Year 2011 Tax $1,564.28 Interest $109.50 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,698.78

R017221 TEMPLE MELISSA PO BOX 10424 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 246718113022 Subdivision: SOUTHSIDE TOWNHOME CONDO Unit: 22 330 ALEXANDER LN #22 Year 2011 Tax $1,862.80 Interest $130.40 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,018.20 R017277 LEVENTHAL ROBERT B 515 KATHRYNS WY ASPEN, CO 81611-2405 Parcel: 273718166015 Subdivision: SNYDER PARK CONDO Unit: E2 515 KATHRYNS WY #E-2 Year 2011 Tax $1,037.26 Interest $72.60 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,134.86 R017719 TOMKINS SARAH STERLING PO BOX 9498 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 264308103025 Subdivision: PITKIN IRON CONDO Unit: F 341 PITKIN IRON RD #F Year 2011 Tax $214.32 Interest $15.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $254.32 R018375 414 PACIFIC AVENUE LLC 5692 S NOME ST ENGLEWOOD, CO 80111 Parcel: 264334417029 Subdivision: ALPINE GROVE CONDO Unit: 414E 414 PACIFIC AVE #E Year 2011 Tax $619.20 Interest $43.34 Other $25.00 Total Due: $687.54 R018522 507 W GILLESPIE LLC PO BOX 1470 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273512111007 Subdivision: GILLESPIE HISTORIC PARTNERS LLC LOT LINE ADJ LOT B 515 W GILLESPIE ST Year 2011 Tax $17,945.68 Interest $1,256.20 Other $25.00 Total Due: $19,226.88 R018636 VENNER WILLIAM H 737 VINE ST ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 290907200001 MINE: ROBERT LINCOLN - 6844 12% 6.28 ACRES12/96 SURFACE12/96 MINERAL HIGHLAND MINING DISTRICT Year 2011 Tax $7.64 Interest $0.53 Other $25.00 Total Due: $33.17 R018743 RIZZUTO PETER 39 LAZY GLEN SNOWMASS, CO 81654-9132 Parcel: 246721390039 Subdivision: LAZY GLEN Lot: 39 39 LAZY GLEN Year 2011 Tax $1,098.96 Interest $76.93 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,200.89 R018746 HALE DARIEN T & VICKI M PO BOX 10332 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 246721390042 Subdivision: LAZY GLEN Lot: 42 42 LAZY GLEN Year 2011 Tax $1,154.80 Interest $80.84 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,260.64 R018862 SCHALDACH NANCY REV TRUST 785 UTE COURT ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273718202203

R018894 SHADOW MOUNTAIN OFFICES LLC 715 W MAIN ST #201 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512486014 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: 303 715 W MAIN ST #303 Year 2011 Tax $2,029.60 Interest $142.07 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,196.67 R018897 SHADOW MOUNTAIN OFFICES LLC 715 W MAIN ST #201 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512486017 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: A DESC: PARKING 715 W MAIN ST #A Year 2011 Tax $458.96 Interest $32.13 Other $25.00 Total Due: $516.09 R018898 JEROME OFFICE ASPEN CO LLC 715 W MAIN ST #201 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512486018 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: B DESC: PARKING 715 W MAIN ST #B Year 2011 Tax $458.96 Interest $32.13 Other $25.00 Total Due: $516.09 R018901 DAGGS JAMES K 715 W MAIN ST #101 ASPEN, CO 81611-1659 Parcel: 273512486021 Subdivision: 715 WEST MAIN CONDO Unit: E DESC: PARKING 715 W MAIN ST #E Year 2011 Tax $458.96 Interest $32.13 Other $25.00 Total Due: $516.09 R019567 MOONEY TIMOTHY PO BOX 8931 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273718130049 Subdivision: 308 PARK AVE HISTORIC LANDMARK LOT SPLIT Lot: SOUTH 308 PARK AVE #SOUTH Year 2011 Tax $9,023.23 Interest $270.70 Other $25.00 Total Due: $9,318.93 R019744 HAMILTON-PHILPOTT PATRICIA PO BOX 866 ALEXANDER, ARK 72002 Parcel: 264316106014 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 14 121 WOODY CREEK PL Year 2011 Tax $162.96 Interest $11.41 Other $25.00 Total Due: $199.37 R019754 DEYOUNG MARK R PO BOX 333 WOODY CREEK, CO 81656 Parcel: 264316106024 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 24 150 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Year 2011 Tax $191.64 Interest $13.41 Other $25.00 Total Due: $230.05 R019758 ROBERTS BENJAMIN SPENCER PO BOX 2973 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 264316106028 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 28 134 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Year 2011 Tax $179.80 Interest $12.59 Other $25.00 Total Due: $217.39 R019760 BROWN PETER SCOTT PO BOX 271 WOODY CREEK, CO 81656 Parcel: 264316106030 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 30

138 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Year 2011 Tax $176.12 Interest $12.33 Other $25.00 Total Due: $213.45 R019772 MAHONEY SHERYL C PO BOX 303 WOODY CREEK, CO 81656 Parcel: 264316106042 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 42 144 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Year 2011 Tax $188.20 Interest $13.17 Other $25.00 Total Due: $226.37 R019783 KIUTTU SEAN R PO BOX 335 WOODY CREEK, CO 81656 Parcel: 264316106053 Subdivision: WOODY CREEK PUD Lot: 53 213 WOODY CREEK PLAZA Year 2011 Tax $410.36 Interest $28.73 Other $25.00 Total Due: $464.09 R019816 W/J LOT 3 LLC PO BOX 8856 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 264322303003 Subdivision: W/J RANCH Lot: 3 FILING 5 BYERS CT Year 2011 Tax $39,061.80 Interest $2,734.33 Other $25.00 Total Due: $41,821.13 R019817 STARODOJ ROBERT F & PAULA A PO BOX 1121 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 264322303004 Subdivision: W/J RANCH Lot: 4 FILING 5 BYERS CT Year 2011 Tax $39,061.80 Interest $2,734.33 Other $25.00 Total Due: $41,821.13 R020105 W STORAGE PLUS LLC 4040 NE 2ND AVE #414 MIAMI, FL 33137 Parcel: 273707305079 Subdivision: OBERMEYER PLACE Unit: 111 DESC: GARAGE COMMERCIAL 601 RIO GRANDE PL #111 Year 2011 Tax $1,822.28 Interest $127.56 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,974.84 R020106 SCHENKELBERG LLC 140 VISTA GRANDE GRAND JUNCTION, CO 81507 Parcel: 273707305080 Subdivision: OBERMEYER PLACE Unit: 112 DESC: GARAGE COMMERCIAL 601 RIO GRANDE PL #112 Year 2011 Tax $676.58 Interest $40.59 Other $25.00 Total Due: $742.17 R020171 MANDERACHIA LILLIAN T 1350 SIERRA VISTA DR ASPEN, CO 81611-1043 Parcel: 273512209043 Subdivision: SIERRA VIEW CONDO Unit: B 1350 SIERRA VISTA DR Year 2011 Tax $6,699.68 Interest $468.98 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,193.66 R020235 335 LAKE AVE LLC 715 W MAIN ST #101 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512135001 Subdivision: DAGGS HISTORIC LANDMARK LOT SPLIT Lot: A 335 LAKE AVE Year 2011 Tax $15,547.64 Interest $1,088.33 Other $25.00 Total Due: $16,660.97 R020236 337 LAKE AVE LLC 715 W MAIN ST #101 ASPEN, CO 81611 Parcel: 273512135002 Subdivision: DAGGS HISTORIC LANDMARK LOT SPLIT Lot: B 640 N THIRD ST Year 2011 Tax $23,774.56 Interest $1,664.22 Other $25.00 Total Due: $25,463.78 R020346 ALPERN THERESE H PO BOX 150 ASPEN, CO 81612 Parcel: 273502313001 Subdivision: BURLINGAME RANCH I CONDO Unit: 101 DESC: 0123 FORGE RD BLDG 123 FORGE RD #101 Year 2011 Tax $312.08 Interest $21.85 Other $25.00 Total Due: $358.93 R020701 BRIGHAM PETER & DARLENE K BODNAR PATRICK CHRISTOPHER 122 CHAIR MOUNTAIN DR REDSTONE, CO 81623 Parcel: 272929201098 Subdivision: CRYSTAL RIVER PARK Lot: 7 CHAIR MOUNTAIN DR Year 2011 Tax $845.16 Interest $59.16 Other $25.00 Total Due: $929.32 R020857 COLORADO CONDOMINIUM LLC 4405 OAK GROVE DR BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI 48302 Parcel: 273301342026 Subdivision: CAPITOL PEAK LODGE CONDO Unit: 3309 DESC: BLDG 2A 110 CARRIAGE WY #3309 Year 2011 Tax $4,218.72 Interest $295.31 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,539.03 The above listed tax liens on real estate will be publicly sold at the Meeng Room in the Pitkin County Library, located at 120 North Mill Street Aspen CO, 9:00 AM on November 8, 2012. All purchases must be made by cash or cerfied check the day of the sale. Tiffany Wancura, Chief Deputy Pitkin County Treasurer State of Colorado Published in the Aspen Times October 11, 18, and 25, 2012.

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by EMILY GREEN of HIGH COUNTRY NEWS

BOOK REVIEW

‘RIVER REPUBLIC’ AND ‘A DITCH IN TIME’ TWO OPTIMISTIC new books exhort Americans to embrace the challenges of their aging water infrastructure, but they provide sharply opposing views. In “River Republic: The Fall and Rise of America’s Rivers,” political scientist Daniel McCool calls on citizens to undo the damage done to the country’s waterways by the engineers of yore. In contrast, in her new book, “A Ditch in Time: The City, the West, and Water,” historian Patricia Nelson Limerick demands respect for the people who put water in the pipe dream of Manifest Destiny. McCool’s world of possibility opens with collapse. The University of Utah professor cites an American Geophysical Union estimate that 85 percent of U.S. dams will approach the end of their useful lives by 2020. As he sees it, this sweeping decrepitude makes it not just ecologically desirable but also economically timely for by ZOE WHEELER

America to restore its rivers, almost all of which he describes as “developed, dammed, diverted, dried up, or dirtied.” As evidence of what’s possible, McCool traverses the country to report on river-restoration efforts, including the undamming of Washington State’s Elwha River, the remeandering of Florida’s Kissimmee, and Atlanta’s checking of the sewage that once poured into the Chattahoochee. McCool even visited the group whose 26-year fight recently got the Los Angeles River reclassified from a storm drain to a river. “If barge channels were not so generously subsidized,” McCool calculates, “the price differential would be minimized or eliminated,” adding that “our railroad system is overdue for radical modernization.” Like McCool, Limerick is on a mission to inspire. Still, “A Ditch in Time” doesn’t condemn dam culture. In fact, early in her history of Denver

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