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‘We’re re-imagining what summer can be’ Vail Resorts unveils ambitious plans for expanded summer activities on Vail Mountain By Scott N. Miller SMILLER@VAILDAILY.COM

VAIL — Vail Mountain is poised to become a summer playground. Speaking to a packed house in the new community room atop the Lionshead Parking Structure, Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz unveiled Thursday “Epic Discovery — a Summer Mountain Adventure,” an ambitious plan for warm-weather recreation on the company’s ski areas, starting with Vail Mountain. The company announced the plan the day the proposed project was submitted to the U.S. Forest Service for approval. Virtually all of the resort sits on federal land and is subject to the feds’ environmental and other regulations. Katz said the approval process could take between a year and 18 months, but he added that he expects to have the first elements of the plan in place by the summer of 2014. The work can happen quickly because it will happen at or

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If approved by the U.S. Forest Service, Vail Resorts’ “Epic Discovery” plans for Vail Mountain include: • Zipline tours on the front side of the mountain and into Game Creek Bowl. • An “Adventure Ridge Challenge Tour” that combines ziplines, rope swings, bridge “components” and other features. • Education centers that provide information about forest health, wildlife and mountain geography. • “Forest Flyer,” an alpine slide running on raised rails. • More hiking and mountain biking trails. • A “Family Forest Adventure Park” featuring a playground of rope challenges and bridges geared toward children. • Game Creek Deck and Lookout Tower, offering a panoramic viewing balcony. • Segway trails and tours.

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The proposed Game Creek Deck and Lookout Tower would offer a panoramic viewing balcony nestled within what Vail Resorts calls “the most awe-inspiring natural scenery in the world.” near areas on the mountain that have already been developed. It’s also a lot easier to run a zipline than it is to build a gondola. The result, Katz said, could be a new era in the history of the mountain. “We’re re-imagining what summer can be like,” he said.

How’d we get here? Katz said he and other company officials started thinking about ways to expand summer business several years ago. They quickly discovered that adding summer events and activities would literally require an act of Congress, given the restrictions in the then-existing ski area management laws. Those restrictions meant ski areas that wanted to be in the summer recreation business had to build facilities on private land. Vail Resorts was able to successfully build an alpine slide on private land in Breckenridge but was thwarted by neighbors when it proposed a similar project at Beaver Creek. Wanting to do more, the company made its case for summer recreation to then-Rep. Mark Udall — now a U.S. Senator from Colorado — who kept introducing what he called the “Ski Area Recreational Opportunities Enhancement Act.” After years of trying, the bill was passed and signed into law last year. That’s when the resort company’s planning went into high gear. Eagle County Commissioner Jon Stavney, who attended Thursday’s announcement, called the project a “game changer” for summer tourism in the valley. Summer, page A3

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VAIL — While Vail Resorts formally submitted its plans for summer recreation on Vail Mountain on Thursday, company and U.S. Forest Service officials have been talking for months about parts of the project. White River National Forest Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams said while Vail Resorts’ current proposal makes use of a new law allowing summer recreation on ski areas, the way the plan will be approved is familiar. “Like any other proposal, like a new chair or a gondola, there’s a screening process,” Fitzwilliams said. That process will include one of two levels of review — a less-intensive environmental analysis or a more complex environmental impact statement. Either one of those reviews will include an evaluation of the proposal, followed by a recommendation from Fitzwilliams and then a public comment period. While Vail Resorts was able to get

quick approval for a handful of summer improvements at Adventure Ridge this year, Fitzwilliams said those projects were relatively small, and, in the case of the new ziplines, specifically allowed by the Ski Area Recreational Opportunities Enhancement Act, the 2011 law that expanded recreation uses on ski areas. The Epic Discovery plan, though, includes much more than just a few recreational improvements — and that’s what Fitzwilliams wanted to see. “We told (Vail Resorts) that it’s better to bring us a comprehensive plan,” Fitzwilliams said. Part of that big-picture look includes answering questions, including what the plan means for that part of the forest and whether the plans fit with the environment there. “It’s a ski area, but we want it to stay classy,” Fitzwilliams said. Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz said Thursday he expected the approval process to take somewhere between 12 and 18 months and that the company expects to start work in 2014. Fitzwilliams said that’s a realistic estimate of what the process will require. “I’m confident we’ll be able to move through it,” Fitzwilliams said.

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What’s in the plan? Katz said the idea behind the Epic Discovery program is to put more paying guests on Vail Mountain in the summer, of course. But, he added, those people, especially kids, will be able to learn a lot about the forest environment in a safe, accessible way. The plan includes several ziplines, ranging from quick rides to hours-long canopy tours. The plan also includes ropes courses and family-oriented activities, from expanded hiking and biking trails to Segway scooter rides on the mountain. There’s adventure involved, of course, but Katz said Epic Discovery also wants to make the mountain accessible to people who might not have been to Vail before, including destination visitors, Front Range tourists and the vast number of summer travelers — including about 3 million travelers who visit Rocky Mountain National Park every summer — who pass through while driving along Interstate 70. Fun is the main draw, of course, but Katz said education will play a big role in the Epic Discovery universe, too. The primary element in the educational parts of Epic Discovery is “learning through play,” Katz said. That kind of learning can get youngsters inspired to learn about the forest and how to care for it. That’s going to include “interpretive” areas that tell guests about the forest. But it also includes treading lightly on the mountain, Katz said. For instance, Katz carefully described the proposed “Forest Flyer,” a kind of alpine slide on raised rails. Most of that careful description involved not calling the ride any kind of roller coaster. Katz said he’d expect the people who grade amusement park coasters to give the Forest

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This rendering shows what a future summer climbing wall on Vail Mountain might look like. Flyer an F. “We don’t want to be Elitches (in Denver),” Katz said more than once. The educational part of Epic Discovery also includes working with The Nature Conservancy, one of the country’s biggest conservation organizations. That partnership includes donating 1 percent of all summer revenue to the group, money that it can then put toward forest restoration projects. Tim Sullivan, director of the Colorado chapter of The Nature Conservancy, said the group has worked with Vail Resorts before, particularly in its efforts to rehabilitate the thousands of acres of public land burned in the 2002 Hayman Fire. “We’re excited about the degree to which (Vail Resorts sees) education as part of their business model,” Sullivan said.

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While fun and education are the draws, Epic Discovery is also a business move, and Katz said the summer program could be good for businesses beyond the one he runs. When Udall was promoting his bill, one of the selling points was creating more jobs in areas that have long had wide seasonal swings in their economies — in Vail alone, about 70 percent of annual sales tax revenues come from the ski season. Katz said Epic Discovery will create several construction jobs in the short term and will allow more seasonal employees to work year-round, or close to it. Summer activities on the mountain could also stretch Vail’s summer beyond its traditional Fourth of July through late August period. Epic Discovery could push the season into June and, he said, could even stretch well into September, which would be a perfect time to bring school groups to

the mountain. And those benefits will be expanded to the company’s other resorts in coming years, although to different degrees. Katz said Breckenridge is being considered for a comprehensive program, as is Heavenly, in California. The company’s smaller resorts — including Beaver Creek, Northstar and Kirkwood — will probably see less-ambitious plans more suited to those resort brands. Local restaurateur Brian Nolan said he’s excited to see the Epic Discovery plan, especially since one of his restaurants is near the base of the Lionshead Gondola. Over lunch, Nolan and Antlers Lodge General Manager Rob LeVine were only half-jokingly talking about people coming down tired and in need of a room after a day at Eagles Nest. But Nolan wasn’t joking at all when he said, “I’m looking forward to all the new guests it will bring.” Business Editor Scott N. Miller can be reached at 970-748-2930 or smiller@vail daily.com.

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Newspaper thievery deprives community Sometimes when you see something that is I knew something had to be done. Working with representatives of law enforcewrong, you know you need to do something ment, business organizations and newspapers, about it. Nine years ago, I was serving as the state repre- state Sen. Jack Taylor and I introduced House Bill sentative in District 56, representing the people of 1057 in 2004. The bill made it a crime to steal Eagle, Lake and Summit counties in the Colorado newspapers for the purpose of depriving other people access to information. It passed the LegisHouse of Representatives. Someone was upset about something written lature by huge margins and was signed into law in one of the free distribution newspapers in my by then-Gov. Bill Owens. I was shocked to hear earlier this district and decided the best way to year that a task force of the Colorado stop everyone else in town from seeCommission on Criminal and Juvenile ing it would be to steal all the Justice was considering recommendnewspapers. ing doing away with the newspaper The theft of those newspapers was theft law and was even more amazed damaging to virtually all of my that the full commission has now recconstituents. CARL ommended repeal to the Legislature. The people who depended on that MILLER It seems pretty simple to me. You paper for news and information were don’t take things that don’t belong to victims, as the thieves effectively violated their First Amendment rights to benefit you. But beyond that, we carefully crafted HB from a free press when they censored that news- 1057 to only bring the law into these crimes when it could be proven that the theft took place to paper by stealing all the copies. The businesses that advertised in the paper deprive other people the right to read what was spent hard-earned money and made business printed in the newspaper. If the Legislature accepts this ill-conceived recdecisions based upon the advertisements they’d purchased were hurt when the entire run of that ommendation to repeal the law, it will create newspaper was stolen for the express purpose of open season on a free press as stealing papers for making sure that no one, including their cus- the purpose of censoring information will be tomers and potential customers, would ever see legalized in Colorado. I urge the commission to reconsider its very anything printed in it. Finally, the newspaper itself was hurt. It lost flawed recommendation. But if it goes forward, financially as its investment to make the newspa- the Legislature owes it to my former constituents per available was stolen, but even more so by a and all Coloradans to swiftly kill the bill and leave thief who stole the paper’s right to communicate existing protections in place. with its community. When local prosecutors declined to prosecute Carl Miller, D-Leadville, served in the Colorado the case because they said that no crime had House of Representatives from 1997 to 2004. He been committed under Colorado law because also served as a Lake County Commissioner and as they couldn’t establish a value for newspapers a member of the Colorado Public Utilities that were distributed to the public without cost, Commission.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Criticism of Roberts well-founded In response to Rohn Robbins’ “Understanding the court’s health care ruling” on July 11, I disagree that Justice Roberts is being “unfairly pilloried” for “coming up with” the power to tax theory as a basis to uphold the health insurance mandate of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. The criticism is well-founded and centers on how Justice Roberts concludes in one instance that the insurance mandate is not a tax, yet then concludes, for constitutional purposes, that the insur-

ance mandate is in fact a tax. The majority of the court held first that the mandate exceeded Congress’ constitutional powers to regulate interstate commerce. In proceeding to then address the tax question, the court had to take up whether the suit was premature and barred by the Anti-Injunction Act. That act provides that a federal tax cannot be challenged until it is implemented, which in this instance is not until 2014, when the individual mandate is fully effective. Letters, page A6

I’m sure that experts and officials and all manner of newsmakers have the same feeling about some of our efforts as I did reading about a state commission aiming to cleanse Colorado of unnecessary crime laws. The image that popped up for me was of a cranky Forrest Gump. The gist of their case for ending a law against stealing free newspapers is that, well, they are free, so how can taking bunches of them be a crime? Dude, they’re free! Duh! Naturally, that strikes a little close to home. The Vail Daily and most community newspapers in Colorado’s mountain towns are free ... to their readers. Just like listening to the radio is “free,” nearly all television shows are “free” and most news websites and apps and such are “free.” So extending that logic, destroying broadcasters’ ability to send their signals shouldn’t be DON a crime, ROGERS either, right? After all, most of what they deliver is ... free. Only it’s not really free, obviously. Not by a longshot. One commission member made a crack that “most people walk by (Granby’s) Sky-Hi News and don’t read it. I doubt anybody is stealing it.” I don’t know the statistics for that paper, but nearly all the mountain dailies have readership in the 90 percent range. In other words, for whatever reason, we are extremely well read. Free to the reader is a successful business model and one that looks like the future of newspapers, which aren’t all dying on the vine. The papers that charge readers are fading, true. But we “free” dailies, we’re getting stronger again, believe it or not, as the economy begins to improve. But we’re no more free than radio, TV or the Internet (where you can also find us). I wonder what other dumb ideas to legalize obvious crimes these geniuses are entertaining if they can’t even figure this one out. Surely Madoff’s hopes are rising. The work — and, ahem, jobs — involved in reporting and presenting the news, selling and designing the advertisements, running the presses and delivering our papers costs quite a bit, as you might imagine. It’s an intricate business to provide this forum to our communities for ... free. The law exists because occasionally someone doesn’t like a story and, yes, steals as many copies as possible in an attempt to hush up the news. Or a business rival could do the same thing in an effort to frustrate the advertisers building their businesses through the best way by far to reach their customers — our “free” paper. This shouldn’t be hard to grasp. So come on, Forrest. Really?

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Justice Roberts concluded that “Congress did not intend the payment to be treated as a ‘tax’ for purposes of the Anti-Injunction Act. The Affordable Care Act describes the payment as a ‘penalty,’ not a ‘tax.’ That label cannot control whether the payment is a tax for purposes of the Constitution, but it does determine the application of the Anti-Injunction Act. The Anti-Injunction Act therefore does not bar this suit.” Thus, in this instance, Justice Roberts concludes that the individual mandate is not a tax. Justice Roberts then proceeds to determine that the mandate is nevertheless a constitutional tax. By any fair reading, however, his parsing of the act’s statutory language and his analysis of the intricate interplay among it, the Anti-Injunction Act and the Internal Revenue Code in reaching this conclusion is terribly convoluted and does, as noted by the dissenting opinion, carry “verbal wizardry too far, deep into the forbidden land of the sophists.” In fact, most lower courts reviewing the issue had dismissed the tax argument as a mere afterthought. As pointed out by the dissent, the legislative intent to mandate a penalty, not a tax, is expressed in the act some 18 times. Clearly the legislation was sold to the public as not being any sort of a tax. President Obama was on record on numerous occasions stating flat out that the mandate is “not a tax.” Moreover, does anyone believe that any congress person (likely never having read the full text) was clever enough to understand (much less intend) that this legislation which affects some one-seventh of our nation’s economy was being enacted not under the Interstate Commerce Clause, but pursuant to Congress’ taxing power — and also simultaneously to fully comprehend that the act would be exempt from the provisions of the AntiInjunction Act? Were the drafters that intentionally and cleverly nuanced that they deceived everyone — the president, Congress and the public — so that the whole public debate was for months on end off topic? This stretches credulity.

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Wilderness treasure This spring, my girlfriend Cara and I decided to spend two and a half weeks in Colorado during July backpacking, birdwatching and fly-fishing. When the fires were raging in late June, we almost changed our minds, but while in Washington, D.C. for Great Outdoors America Week, we heard Sen. Michael Bennet speak. He encouraged attendees not to cancel their plans — despite the fires — and to come enjoy all that Colorado has to offer. We heeded his advice. Our vacation plans involve hiking in the Weminuche Wilderness in the southwest part of the state and then a hike from Silverton to Durango on the Colorado Trail. Needless to say, we’re excited. While in D.C., we learned about Sen. Udall’s Central Mountains Outdoor Heritage Proposal and also learned that there was a short day hike in the proposed Spraddle Creek addition to the Eagle’s Nest Wilderness in the Vail Valley. On Sunday, July 15, we hiked that area with a volunteer leader, Dan BenHorin from Wilderness Workshop. We came away very impressed with the area and Sen. Udall’s initiative. The Spraddle Creek addition offers a great wilderness experience just minutes from the Vail resort and Interstate 70. We saw all kinds of wildflowers, birds and butterflies and came away from the experience enriched, enlivened and somewhat acclimated to the elevation. While I’m not a constituent of Sen.

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Udall, I encourage all Coloradans and Americans to support his Central Mountains Outdoor Heritage Proposal. Protecting our nation’s natural heritage is a patriotic duty and provides current and future generations of Americans an opportunity to experience nature in its most natural state. There is another hike in the Spraddle Creek area planned for Aug. 25. Go see this beautiful area for yourself! It is well worth your time. Jeff Hunter Chattanooga, Tenn.

How much is enough? We have more than 3 million acres of designated wilderness in Colorado, and many think of this protected area as the most important public land in the state. In the wilderness, all mechanized equipment is supposed to be forbidden, and only foot-travel horses and hand tools may be used. But wait! If the determined need arises, almost any type of equipment can be brought in and used to control or rescue a situation that has occurred. That apparently means that if a hiker sprains an ankle or is lost, helicopters or whatever equipment deemed necessary can be used to facilitate the operation. What is wrong with horses? And if a fire develops in the wilderness and is determined to be a threat, bulldozers and other equipment can be used to build roads, cut fire lines or do what is required to get the fire under control. So much for leaving the wilderness natural. Now many want new low elevation areas to be designated wilderness. These areas are much more susceptible to wildfires due to more fuel, such as beetle kill pines, and more human use. Does it really make sense to close off more areas to general use and then bypass all the guidelines any time there is an event that is threatening to someone or something? Let’s be reasonable and use our public lands as they were intended, and protect them as well as we can without making more restrictions that are just going the be overlooked. Please think ahead and don’t support more wilderness that is not going to really be wilderness. Randy Guerriero Vail


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LOCAL & REGION West Vail Liquor robber sentenced to three years Man crashed Jeep through front of the store in April By Randy Wyrick RWYRICK@VAILDAILY.COM

VAIL — A Denver man who didn’t do quite enough braking while breaking and entering a local liquor store was sentenced to three years in prison. Moses Antonio Heguy, Jr., 42, pleaded guilty to driving his Jeep Cherokee into the West Vail Liquor Mart’s front doors and stealing three bottles of wine. It was about 4 a.m., and Heguy had to snake his Jeep up the handicapped accessible ramp on the building’s east side and then onto the sidewalk in front of the store to even reach the front door. When he did, he crashed his Jeep through the front door and stole three bottles of wine. He’d left Denver a few hours earlier after he allegedly stabbed his wife. Eagle County Court Judge Katharine Sullivan sentenced him before he was whisked away to Denver to face more felony charges stemming from that incident. He told Sullivan that after he bashed through the West Vail Liquor Mart’s front doors, he had tried to asphyxiate himself by breathing exhaust from his Jeep’s tailpipe. He might have gotten it done, except it ran out of gas. The store’s security system went off the instant the bumper of Heguy’s jeep hit the

front doors. Vail police and firefighters were on the scene in moments, but Heguy and his Jeep were already gone. While they were wrapping up their investigation, Heguy returned to the scene. Vail police arrested him immediately. It’s the first time the store has been robbed, said Laurie Mullin, one of the owners. “The Vail police, fire department and everyone involved was great and very professional. I was very impressed with them,� Mullin said after the robbery. Heguy was intoxicated at the time of the burglary. Heguy was charged with driving under the influence, second degree burglary, violation of a restraining order and criminal mischief. Heguy hadn’t run afoul of Eagle County law enforcement before, but is most familiar with Front Range police. He’s on probation in Jefferson County for a misdemeanor protection violation. There’s a separate case for misdemeanor domestic abuse and false imprisonment, according to his criminal records. In Denver, he saw his charges for second degree assault with a weapon, felony menacing and false imprisonment reduced to a misdemeanor. Staff Writer Randy Wyrick can be reached at 970-748-2935 or rwyrick@vaildaily.com.

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qualities along the Colorado River. The site is intended primarily as a put-in and take-out for boaters. All users are asked to stay off the private driveway and bridge, and to remain within the newly developed parking area and boat launch on the east side of the river. No camping or campfires are allowed. According to Eagle County Open Space Director Toby Sprunk, the site creates new options for river users to enjoy a nine-mile float trip from Two Bridges to Catamount, or a four-mile float trip from State Bridge to Two Bridges. A $3 fee per vehicle will be charged and proceeds will be used for future site improvements. The Bureau of Land Management’s Colorado River Valley Field Office will provide management of the site, in partnership with Eagle County. Funding for the $690,000 Two Bridges River Access, as well as site improvements, came from the county’s dedicated Open Space Fund. Similar improvements were completed earlier this summer at the State Bridge River Access, approximately four miles upriver. A grand opening celebration for both sites is being planned as part of the Eagle River Watershed Council’s RiverFest event, scheduled for Aug. 11. For information on the event, visit www.erwc.org. For more information on the county’s open space program, contact Sprunk at 970-328-8698 or visit www.eaglecounty.us/openspace. EAGLE COUNTY

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Matthew Swanson, Bravo’s current artist liaison, will provide a brief pre-concert talk on the music of Brahms and Saint-Saens at 2 p.m. at the Vail Public Library. Today’s talk will be a prelude to the evening’s performance with the New York Philharmonic. Call 877-812-5700 or visit www.vailmusic.org for more information.

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Ramadan begins in most Mideast countries Religious authorities in most Middle Eastern countries declared that Friday will be the start of the holy month of Ramadan, a period devoted to dawn-to-dusk fasting, prayers and good deeds. Official statements issued Thursday in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Qatar, Libya and Yemen said the holy month will start the following day. CAMP PENDLETON, CALIF.

Wearing the uniform with pride — gay pride The Defense Department on Thursday announced it is allowing service members to march in uniform in a gay pride parade for the first time in U.S. history. The department said it was making the allowance for San Diego’s Gay Pride Parade on Saturday even though its policy generally bars troops from marching in uniform in parades. The move came only weeks after the Pentagon joined the rest of the U.S. government for the first time in marking June as gay pride month.

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Candidates’ wives: ‘In it to win it’ Rival campaigns rolling out their top assets By Nancy Benac ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — It’s no coincidence that Michelle Obama and Ann Romney are showing up a lot more as the tight presidential race barrels into the final few months. The rival campaigns are rolling out their top assets in a big way. The first lady is the public face of a new grassroots mobilizing effort for Team Obama. And Mrs. Romney’s recent interviews have put her on display cutting through the campaign din — including her blunt statement Thursday that her husband has provided everything that “people need to know” and won’t be releasing more tax returns. Although Mrs. Romney is still largely unknown to a large swath of the public, both women are well regarded by voters in their own parties, and the campaigns are going all-out to use their appeal in ways that go well beyond the traditional presidential cookie bakeoff. “They really do appear to be in it to win it, both of them, and sincerely in it to win it,” says Anita McBride, who served as Laura Bush’s chief of staff in the White House. Mrs. Obama on Thursday made her debut as the leader the Obama campaign’s new “It Takes One” program, which asks supporters to do one thing to promote the campaign — and to engage someone else to do likewise. “That one conversation you have, that one new volunteer you recruit, that could be the difference between waking up on Nov. 7 and feeling the promise of four more years or asking yourself, ‘Could I have done more?’” Mrs. Obama says in a three-minute video to supporters that is filled with urgency. Campaign officials said Mrs.

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Obama will participate in many “It Takes One” events as she travels the country, recruiting neighborhood team leaders, stopping by voter registration events and speaking to groups of women. McBride called it “a pretty innovative tactic” for a first lady to have her own branded political initiative, but she said it fits with Mrs. Obama’s expansive role in fundraising and political engagement. Mrs. Romney, for her part, has increasingly been out front, fielding questions on issues at the core of her husband’s campaign — his choice for vice president, his refusal to release more tax returns, and more. She’s also a potent fundraiser for Team Romney. In an interview that aired Thursday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Mrs. Romney summed up her expectations for President Barack Obama’s future with a curt sports analogy: “At the end of the day, they’re going to fire the coach because things are not going well,” she said.

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Asked about the mounting pressure on her husband to release more of his past tax returns, she dismissed that as an effort to get “more material for more attack.” She said the campaign has given everything “people need to know and understand about our financial situation and how we live our life.” It was Ann Romney who put out word that the campaign was considering women for vice president, Ann Romney who let it be known that a veep decision hadn’t been made yet when speculation started spiraling. As a former first lady of Massachusetts, Mrs. Romney understands campaigns, but she wasn’t much of a presence in her husband’s gubernatorial politicking. She had a hard time with the rough and tumble of his first presidential run in 2008, saying she took all the attacks personally and swore never to go through it again. This time, she told ABC, “I just made a decision. I’m going to enjoy it.” She dismissed as laughable a Democratic National Committee web ad that mockingly used footage of one of the show horses she rides as part of her therapy for multiple sclerosis. The DNC on Wednesday withdrew that ad and said it did not

mean to offend Mrs. Romney. Like virtually all male politicians’ wives, the two spouses do showcase their softer sides, frequently talking about their children and going all-out to humanize their husbands. Yes, both submitted recipes for Family Circle’s cookie bakeoff this year. And both have gotten zinged for pricey fashion choices at times. But McBride said there is an evolving expectation that first ladies should be more engaged in “advocating and standing for something.” That has the potential to open them up to more controversy. But both head into the fall well positioned. Mrs. Obama was viewed favorably by 70 percent of adults in a May AP-GfK poll, compared with 58 percent for the president. She was viewed unfavorably by 20 percent, him by 38 percent. Mrs. Romney, less well known, was viewed favorably by 39 percent and unfavorably by 23 percent, while 38 percent did not know how they felt about her. Mitt Romney, better known, had higher unfavorable ratings than his wife. He was favorably viewed by 43 percent, unfavorably by about the same share of voters, with 13 percent unsure about him.


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WASHINGTON â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The House lashed out at Russia for its unwavering support for Syria, voting Thursday to stop the Pentagon from doing business with a Russian company that has armed Bashar Assadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regime. The overwhelming vote on an amendment to the defense spending bill came just hours after Russia vetoed a U.N. resolution threatening nonmilitary sanctions against Syria. The United Nations and other Western nations have been pressuring Assad to end the deadly crackdown on his people that has dragged on for 16 months. The House later passed the defense spending bill for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1. The White House has threatened to veto the legislation, criticizing the House for reneging on the spending levels that Obama and congressional Republicans agreed to last August in a deficit-cutting budget. The vote was 326-90. Incensed by the unending bloodshed in Syria, the House backed an amendment by Rep. Jim Moran, R-Va., that would bar the Pentagon from contracts, cooperative agreements and loans with Rosoboronexport, a Russian state-controlled arms export

company that is providing weapons to the Syrian government. The vote was 407-5. The Defense Department has bought 33 dual-use Mi-17 helicopters for the Afghan military from the company, including an order for 10 aircraft last week. The no-bid contract for aircraft and spare parts is worth $640 million. The Pentagon has relied on the company because of the Afghans familiarity with Russian-made helicopters. But Russia reportedly sold $1 billion in arms to Syria last year and the Assad government bought 36 combat jets from the state-controlled firm. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I should think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s troubling to all of us that we are purchasing helicopters from a Russian firm that is directly complicit in the deaths of thousands of innocent Syrian men, women and children,â&#x20AC;? Moran said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This has got to stop.â&#x20AC;?

Surprise vote In a surprise vote, the House agreed to freeze defense spending at the current levels, cutting $1.1 billion from the $608 billion bill. An unusual coalition of liberal Democrats and tea party Republicans jo pleaded for some fiscal discipline from their colleagues. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Austerity to me means spending less,â&#x20AC;? said Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Total government spending will be up this year. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re still facing a $1 trillion deficit. We need to do better to get our spending under control.â&#x20AC;?

Defense Department base budgets have nearly doubled in the last decade, and that doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t include the hundreds of billions of dollars spent on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mulvaney was joined by Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., who questioned the need for half a trillion on defense. The military â&#x20AC;&#x153;has three ways to destroy a Soviet Union that doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t exist anymore,â&#x20AC;? Frank said. The vote was 247-167, with 89 Republicans joining 158 Democrats. Overall, the bill would provide $518 billion for the Pentagon and another $88.5 billion for the war in Afghanistan, $2 billion more than Obama requested. The Senate still must craft its version of the bill. Democrats challenged the House billâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spending levels, offering an amendment to return the measure to the levels in the budget deal. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The bill coming to the floor today is in violation of that bipartisan agreement,â&#x20AC;? said Rep. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, the top Democrat on the House Budget Committee. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in violation of an understanding that in order to get our fiscal house in order we had to make tough decisionsâ&#x20AC;? on spending on defense. Said Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif: â&#x20AC;&#x153;A deal is a deal.â&#x20AC;? That effort failed on a 243-171 vote. The administration has complained that the increase in defense spending would come at the expense of job training, health

care, research and education. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The bill undermines key investments in high-priority programs, impeding the ability of the secretary of defense to carry out the defense strategic guidance issues earlier this year, and hindering the ability of the armed forces to carry out their mission consistent with the new strategy,â&#x20AC;? the administration said in a statement last month. The House bill blocks the Air Force from retiring or transferring aircraft, including C27Js, C-23s and a version of the Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle. It cuts $70 million from the Pentagonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s effort to develop biofuels as an alternative to traditional fossil fuels such as coal, natural gas and oil while adding millions for submarines and Navy destroyers that the Pentagon didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t request.

Pay increase The bill would provide a 1.7 percent pay increase for military personnel, but lawmakers rejected a .5 percent civilian pay raise. House action on the bill came against the backdrop of a fierce political fight over automatic spending cuts that will kick in Jan. 2 unless Congress comes up with a plan for $1.2 trillion in savings. Republicans and Democrats are at an impasse over how to avert the across-theboard cuts in domestic and defense programs that they voted for last year. The cuts were the unpalatable last resort if a congressional supercommittee failed to produce a proposal.

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DOLO, Somalia — The long, dusty walks from hungry homes to far-away refugee camps are again claiming lives in Somalia one year after up to 100,000 people died in the country’s worst famine in generations. Two lethal factors are again combining to send families fleeing from their homes: Too little rain and too many guns. Enough rain did fall in Somalia this year to prevent a repeat of last year’s massive famine, but it wasn’t enough to keep everyone fed. In addition, al-Shabab militants who have been forced out of larger cities are infiltrating smaller towns where they are demanding payments from families in money, livestock or children, residents said. The weekslong walks to refugee camps made by hundreds of thousands of Somalis last year turned sandy paths into roads of death for the famine’s weakest victims. Refugees in Dolo are telling similar heartbreaking tales of weak children being left behind to die. One baby being carried on her mother’s back in recent weeks died during the walk, a doctor said. In a cruel replay of last year’s hunger marches, many families who left refugee camps as the crisis eased this year went home, attempted to plant food but are now returning to the stick-hut camps. “Before we were hoping for a good rain. But we got very little,” said Ali Ganoon Abdi Rahman, a 75-year-old who walked nine days with his wife, daughter and four grandchildren. They arrived in Dolo earlier this week. Rahman said that al-Shabab militants are active in his village in the Bay region of Somalia, but he hopes to return. “We came here because of hunger and security. Let these two things be sorted then we will go back.” The U.N. declared a famine in Somalia last July 20 as hundreds of thousands of

people set out on foot in search of food, filling refugee camps in Mogadishu, Ethiopia and Kenya. The U.N., which declared the famine over in February, never released a death toll. But the British government estimated between 50,000 and 100,000 people died. Some 12 million people needed assistance at the height of last year’s famine. The numbers are much lower this time around but still staggering. The U.N. says 2.5 million people need aid to survive. In Mogadishu, tens of thousands of refugees still live in impoverished camps. For Aden Mohamed, the famine’s horrors are far from over. He sobbed as he carried the lifeless, shroud-draped body of his 2year-old son, who died Thursday morning of malnutrition. With tears running down his cheeks, Mohamed whispered the word “hunger” as he shuffled toward a rough grave dug on the edge of a sprawling camp close to Somalia’s parliament building. “If there is no drought and famine why are our children dying of hunger?” asked the mourning father of six as his neighbors nodded. “Our children are dying every day! Our stomachs burn with hunger. Our hearts cry in silence every day.” Mark Bowden, the top U.N. humanitarian official on Somalia, said: “While famine conditions are no longer present, we need to make no mistake, the absence of famine does not mean that people are not in crisis. ... Malnutrition and mortality rates have improved but remain among the highest in the world.” Security in Mogadishu is the best it has been in years, after African Union and Somali troops pushed out al-Shabab last August. But the curses of Somalia — no real government, endless warfare, poor harvests — continue for hundreds of thousands. The U.N. says that 18 percent of children Somalia, page A23

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born in the country will not reach the age of 5. A third of children are moderately or severely underweight. Only a third of children are enrolled in school. Aid groups are increasing their efforts in Mogadishu, now that security has improved. But the U.N. says it needs $576 million to implement needed programs over the rest of 2012. Groups like Oxfam are appealing for help. “In 2011 the world didn’t act until famine was declared, and the delay cost lives and money. Now, with the warning signs of a worsening crisis, lessons from last year must be learnt. Now is the time to invest in aid,” said Senait Gebregziabher, Somalia country director for Oxfam. In Dolo, refugee camp leader Noor Hassan Filig watched as hundreds of men and women lined up to receive food from sacks with an American flag emblazoned on the side at World Food Program distributions that restarted Wednesday. Filig said many people are returning to Dolo because of militant demands. “Al-Shabab is asking for families to pay a

tax after they lost control of the big towns. They are forcing men to participate in the fighting,” Filig said. He added later: “Nobody likes them.” About 1 million Somalis are living as refugees in Kenya, Ethiopia, Yemen and Uganda, and another 1.4 million are internally displaced inside Somalia, meaning 25 percent of the country is displaced, said Bruno Geddo of the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR. “Some are fleeing in anticipation of more fighting. Some are fleeing from drought, some are fleeing forced military recruitment. Either you give up a camel, give up a child or pay thousands of dollars,” Geddo said. Nurse Abukar Mohamud helped screen new arrivals in Dolo and administer vaccinations. He said the most desperate story a newly arriving mother shared with him was about how her youngest child died on her back while she was walking. “The signs of malnutrition are rising,” he said of the new arrivals. “I’m wondering why there is so much.” Associated Press reporter Abdi Guled in Mogadishu contributed to this report.

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ATLANTA — The U.S. appears headed for its worst year for whooping cough in more than five decades, with the number of cases rising at an epidemic rate that experts say may reflect a problem with the effectiveness of the vaccine. Nearly 18,000 cases have been reported so far — more than twice the number seen at this point last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. At this pace, the number for the entire year will be the highest since 1959, when 40,000 illnesses were reported. Nine children have died, and health officials called on adults — especially pregnant women and those who spend time around children — to get a booster shot as soon as possible. “My biggest concern is for the babies. They’re the ones who get hit the hardest,” said Mary Selecky, chief of the health department in Washington, one of the states with the biggest outbreaks. Washington and Wisconsin have reported more than 3,000 cases each, and high numbers have been seen in a number of other states, including New York, Minnesota and Arizona. Whooping cough has generally been increasing for years, but this year’s spike is startling. Health investigators are trying to figure out what’s going on, and theories include better detection and reporting of cases, some sort of evolution in the bacteria that cause the illness, or shortcomings in the vaccine. The vaccine that had been given to young children for decades was replaced in the late 1990s following concerns about rashes, fevers and other side effects. While the new version is considered safer, it is possible it isn’t as effective long term, said Dr. Anne

Schuchat, who oversees the CDC’s immunization and respiratory disease programs. Some parents in California and other states have rebelled against vaccinations and gotten their children exempted from rules that require them to get their shots to enroll in school. Washington state has one of the highest exemption rates in the nation. But the CDC said that does not appear to be a major factor in the outbreak, since most of the youngsters who got sick had been vaccinated. Whooping cough, or pertussis, is a highly contagious disease that can strike people of any age but is most dangerous to children. Its name comes from the sound children make as they gasp for breath. It used to be a common threat, with hundreds of thousands of cases annually. Cases gradually dropped after a vaccine was introduced in the 1940s, and the disease came to be thought of as a relic of another age. For about 25 years, fewer than 5,000 cases were reported annually in the U.S. The numbers started to climb again in the 1990s. In both 2004 and 2005, cases surpassed 25,000. The numbers dipped for a few years but jumped to more than 27,000 in 2010, the year California saw an especially bad epidemic. Experts believe whooping cough occurs in cycles and peaks every three to five years. But they have been startled to see peaks this high. Vaccinations are supposed to tamp down the amount of infection in the population and make the valleys in the cycles longer, said Pejman Rohani, a University of Michigan researcher who is coleader of a federally funded study of whooping cough trends. The government recommends that children get vaccinated in five doses, with the first shot at age 2 months and the final one between 4 and 6 years. A booster shot is recommended around 11 or 12. Vaccination rates for young children are good — about 84 percent of 3-year-olds have gotten the recommended number of shots. But fewer than 70 percent of adolescents have gotten all their shots. Celebratin g Eagle Coun ty Western Her ’s itage Since 1939

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ABOARD THE USS NIMITZ — Some 100 nautical miles northeast of Oahu in the Pacific Ocean, a fleet of U.S. Navy fighter jets slings from the deck of the U.S.S. Nimitz aircraft carrier, leaving thin trails of smoke on the tight runway. The operation, part of maneuvers involving several thousand sailors as part of the world’s largest naval exercises in waters off Hawaii, was at the center of a growing controversy involving defense spending and foreign oil. The dozens of air and sea vessels surrounding the Nimitz — including helicopters, fighter jets and destroyer ships — were running on a biofuel blend that can be substituted for traditional fuel without any engine modifications. Navy officials say using the alternative fuel helps the military address weaknesses. Operations that use more than 50 million gallons of fuel each month rely on petroleum, making the U.S. military heavily dependent upon foreign oil. Market volatility causes Navy spending to swing by tens of millions of dollars each time the price of a barrel goes up or down $1. “We’re not doing it to be faddish, we’re not doing it to be green,” Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said aboard the U.S.S. Nimitz on

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rored that of Silicon Valley’s. The firm’s early investments in some of the computer industry’s biggest names propelled it to prominence. There were few if any women at the top of the firm’s organization chart for most of its history, a reflection of the all-male culture that was prevalent when Silicon Valley emerged. Kleiner has hired high-priced employment attorney Lynn Hermle to do battle with Pao’s equally high-profile attorney, Alan Exelrod, who in 1998 won a $7 million sexual harassment judgment from what then was the world’s largest law firm, Baker & McKenzie. Hermle’s first line of defense is an attempt to move the lawsuit from the public glare of open court to the closed doors of arbitration, where private judges render confidential decisions. Judge Harold Kahn will hear Kleiner’s arguments for arbitration on Friday. Regardless of what happens next, damage already is done. The firm’s senior partners and lawyers are refusing to discuss the case with the media, referring reporters to its publicly accessible court filings. Similarly, Pao and her attorney claim they aren’t seeking media attention and are also declining to comment. But the court records are full of accusations, counter accusations and long-simmering resentments of Pao and her bosses at Kleiner.

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31 people test positive Hepatitis C is a blood-borne viral infection that can cause liver disease and chronic health issues. Altogether, 31 people, including Kwiatkowski, have tested positive for the same strain of the disease since the investigation began in late May, including an 89-year-old woman who was treated for a heart valve problem in February. The woman lives with her niece, who also got tested for hepatitis C because she was exposed to the woman’s blood while helping her after she suffered a deep cut on her leg in April. The niece’s test was negative, but she will get tested again in six months, she said Thursday. The niece, who asked not to be publicly identified because of the stigma associated with the disease and because she wants to protect her aunt from the media, said she hopes the criminal charges will deter others from similar schemes. She said she was happy to hear that Kwiatkowski had been arrested. She said the ordeal has turned her family’s life upside down. “We should be able to go into a hospital, put our lives in their hands and know that we’re going to be OK,” she said. State and local health departments aren’t required to report such outbreaks to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but in a report released in June, the agency said it was notified of 13 outbreaks nationwide between 2008 and 2011. Of those, seven occurred in outpatient facilities; most were traced to unsafe injection practices. At least two have resulted in criminal charges, including a Colorado woman who was convicted of stealing syringes filled with painkillers from two hospitals where she worked and replacing them with used syringes. The syringes were later used on surgical patients, and up to three dozen patients were found to have hepatitis C after being exposed.

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LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England — Unlike the guys in charge of the weather forecast, Adam Scott got everything just about right Thursday in the British Open. Scott was determined not to take himself out of contention in the opening round at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, as he had done in the first two majors this year. Caddie Steve Williams gave him a pep talk to play the first hole like it was the last one. Even more inspiration came from the international flags posted above the massive grandstand down the left side of the first tee. They weren’t flapping. They were sagging. In surprisingly calm conditions, Scott raced out to the lead and almost into the record book. He stood on the 18th tee needing a birdie to break the major championship scoring record, and instead made bogey to settle for a 6-under 64. It matched the lowest Open round ever at Royal Lytham and gave the Australian a one-shot lead over Paul Lawrie, Zach Johnson and Nicolas Colsaerts. “It was just like a nice walk in the park today,” Scott said. “And it was not what we’ve experienced in the practice rounds. I’m sure there’s going to be some weather elements thrown at us the next three days, so just going to have to knuckle down to handle that. But I’m confident. My ball striking is good. I think I can get it around no matter what the conditions are.” The proof was in limp flags and red numbers on the scoreboards. Scott was among three dozen players with rounds in the 60s, a group that included Tiger Woods. Trying to end a four-year drought

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Adam Scott, of Australia, waits to putt on the 18th hole with his caddie Steve Williams at Royal Lytham & St. Annes golf club during the first round of the British Open Golf Championship, Lytham St Annes, England, on Thursday. in the majors, Woods raced out to four birdies in seven holes to take the early lead, only to settle into a series of pars and one adventure through grass up to his knees for a lone bogey that gave him a 67. In his third Open at Lytham, Woods said it was as easy as he had ever seen it play. “The wind wasn’t blowing, and we’re backing golf balls up,” Woods said. “That’s something we just don’t see.” Lawrie won his British Open in nasty conditions at Carnoustie in 1999, and the Scot showed he could handle the calm weather with equal aplomb. He ran off three birdies over the last five

holes. Johnson, who won the 2006 Masters in the wind and cold at Augusta National, flirted with a major record-tying 63 until a bogey on the 17th hole. Colsaerts, the big hitter from Belgium, holed out with an 8-iron on the 481-yard second hole for eagle and added four birdies for his 65. Brandt Snedeker was another shot behind at 66. “We had a little wind early on the front nine, but it kind of calmed down the second half,” Snedeker said “That’s the best Americans are going to see over here.” Rory McIlroy was panned last summer at Royal St. George’s for saying he prefers calm condi-

tions, so maybe this was more to his liking. He wound up in the group at 67 after a wild day filled with great shots, bad luck and a bump on the head for a 16-yearold spectator standing in the wrong spot. McIlroy was at 3 under with four holes remaining when his drive on the 15th hole sailed to the right of the fairway. It plunked the teenager in the head and caromed farther to the right. The teen was OK. The ball settled a few inches beyond the out-ofbounds stakes near a corporate tent, sending McIlroy back to the tee to play his third shot. McIlroy gave the lad a glove on which he

wrote “Sorry” with a frown face and “Rory.” “He could have headed it the other way,” McIlroy joked later. “It would have been on the fairway.” He bounced back from that double bogey by driving the 336yard 16th hole and two-putting for birdie, then making birdie on the final hole to join guys like Ernie Els, Masters champion Bubba Watson, Graeme McDowell and Steve Stricker, who followed an eagle from the 13th fairway with a double bogey on the next hole. One sign of the easy scoring was that no one shot in the 80s. That hasn’t happened in the opening round of the British Open since 1998 at Royal Birkdale, where conditions also were benign. Woods opened with a 65 that year, only to get blown away in bad weather the next round. Perhaps bad weather is on the way. The forecast hasn’t been nearly as accurate as Scott was with his tee shots on Thursday — sunshine when it calls for rain, clouds when the forecast is for dry spells. Els and his caddie, Ricci Roberts, figured out immediately that dead calm translates to low scores. “It’s on today,” he said. “I said to Ricci, ‘I might not have the chance again.’ You never know how the weather is going to be.” But even in such weather suited for low scores, Lytham still required tee shots in the fairway. It still demanded good shots. And it was a struggle for some. Lee Westwood, despite a birdie-birdie start, hit a bunker shot across the third green to take double bogey, and had to play a left-handed shot out of the back end of a pot bunker on the 13th hole as he staggered to a 73.

Penn State should, but won’t, get death penalty ‘Lack of institutional control,’ anyone? It’s never going to happen, but shut it down. In the last month, former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky has been convicted of 45 counts of sexual abuse of children, and it’s become clear that the school’s football coach, Joe Paterno, athletic director, Tim Curley, and president, Graham Spanier, knew about these transgressions and didn’t take action. The NCAA should hand out the death penalty to Penn State — no football for the Nittany Lions for two years with current players being allowed to transfer to other schools without eligibility penalty. Southern Methodist University got it in 1987 for repeated violations of paying players, a sin against NCAA rules which is dwarfed by the Penn State scandal. The wording of the death penalty — “lack of institutional control” — certainly applies in the current situation. And there is no other way to punish the institution appropriately for its transgressions. A television and/or bowl ban seems laughable in light of the circumstances, as

does a reduction of scholarships, the traditional type of sanctions from the NCAA. Civil lawsuits on behalf of the victims/survivors of Sandusky are in the works, but ABC news reported last Friday those settlements are estimated right now at a combined $5 million. (We’re talking $500,000 per victim/survivor which does seem awfully small.) The same story reports that the school has paid $12 million in legal fees and other costs in public relations during the scandal. So we’re talking a minimum of $17 million. The endowment of the Penn State University system — Happy Valley is just one of numerous campuses — is CHRIS FREUD $1.8 billion. And that’s just a part of the money involved with Penn State or any other bigtime college football program. There’s the Big 10 Network television contract, which generates so much money for its member schools that it sparked the ongoing college-football realignment of the past few years in the Football Bowl Subdivision.

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highest-profile programs in college football in the country, any form of due process took a back seat to the idolatry of football. As a result, more young boys were abused. Nothing of this sort can happen again at Penn State or any other school. That’s the message that the death penalty sends. Yet, it won’t happen, mostly for the reasons listed above. College football has always been big business — let’s not kid ourselves here — and it’s even larger than when SMU had its doors shuttered in 1987 (and 1988 by the school’s choice). And Penn State is a more influential player than most, especially SMU of the 1980s. (By the way, if this happened at Louisiana Tech or any other mid-major, this would be a fait accompli.) The NCAA won’t pull the plug on eight Big 10 games, leaving the conference with holes in its schedule. Penn State’s first three nonconference games are already set for some form of ESPN or ABC. The Nittany Lions are ESPN’s primetime game Oct. 27 against Ohio State and, though not announced, Penn State at Nebraska (Nov. 10) and Wisconsin at Penn State (Nov. 24) are likely to be on the tube as well. I suppose the most we can hope for is that Nittany Lions fans stop chanting, “We are Penn State.” Sports Editor Chris Freud can be reached at 970-748-2934 or cfreud@vaildaily.com.


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MADRID — Defending champion Rafael Nadal pulled out of the London Olympics on Thursday with an undisclosed injury, leaving the tennis competition without one of its leading stars and robbing Spain’s team of its flag bearer for the opening ceremony. Nadal won the French Open for a record seventh time this year but has struggled with left knee problems at times during the season. Shortly after winning his 11th Grand Slam title at Roland Garros, he lost to 100thranked Lukas Rosol in the second round at Wimbledon. Nadal has not played since. The third-ranked Nadal said Thursday he wasn’t in condition to compete at the Olympic tennis tournament — which also will be held at Wimbledon. “This is one of the saddest moments of my career,” Nadal said in a statement. “I have to think about my companions, I can’t be selfish and I have to think of what’s best for Spanish sport, especially tennis and Spanish players, and give fellow sportsmen with better preparation the chance to compete. “I tried to hurry my preparations and training to the very last minute, but it was not to be.” The 26-year-old Spaniard has won two Wimbledon titles and claimed gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. “You can imagine how difficult it was to take this decision,” he said. Nadal had been the last of the four singles finalists from 2008 in the London Olympics. Men’s silver medal winner Fernando Gonzalez of Chile, who Nadal beat in straight sets in Beijing, and women’s finalists Elena Dementieva and Dinara Safina of Russia, will also be missing from the London

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Alabama head coach Nick Saban addresses the media at the Southeastern Conference NCAA college football media days in Hoover, Ala. on Thursday.

Saban: Alabama vets know traps of trying for a repeat By John Zenor AP SPORTS WRITER

HOOVER, Ala. — Alabama’s Barrett Jones knew the question was coming: How can the defending champion Crimson Tide avoid the missteps that caused the 2010 team to stumble? Winning two national championships in three years gives Alabama veterans like Jones some perspective on how to handle attempts to repeat. “Obviously, complacency is a big word for us this year and we want to avoid it at all costs,” said Jones, last year’s Outland Trophy winner, as Southeastern Conference media days Thursday. “In 2010 — which I’m sure one of you (reporters) is going to ask about eventually — coach Saban really preached to us to avoid complacency and warned us about what was going to happen the year after a national championship, but I really don’t think the leaders bought into that. “And I think the difference this year is that we realize it’s more than just a coach saying something. It’s realizing the 2012 Alabama team has zero wins and zero losses. We have a lot to prove and a target on our back.” Then again, the SEC Western Division is a target-rich environment. After all, Alabama is among the preseason favorites to win the national title, but media covering the SEC picked West rival opponent LSU — not the Tide — to win the league the West in balloting released Thursday. Those two teams split last season, with LSU winning in the regular season and taking the SEC title, and Alabama capturing the national title game in New Orleans.

13 starters gone Alabama did lose 13 starters, including a handful of AllAmericans like tailback Trent Richardson and safety Mark Barron. The strength might lie on the offensive line. Jones, who has moved from left tackle to center, and fellow offensive linemen Chance Warmack and D.J. Fluker all are first-team preseason All-SEC picks. There’s little question about the Tide’s talent. Saban has been bringing in top recruiting hauls annually. “We know we have the talent,” tight end Michael Williams said. “We also feel like we are the best team. “But we know if a football team doesn’t play their best, they’re not the best that day.” Saban said the challenge of repeating in college football is that teams must often replace a quarter of the players each year, with graduation and early exits. Richardson and fellow underclassmen cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick and linebacker Dont’a Hightower all left with eligibility remaining and were NFL first-round draft pick “This team that we have this year seems to be less affected by the past and really more focused on trying to create their own identity, which I think is a good thing,” Saban said.


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TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Reinstated 2B Dustin Pedroia from the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Mauro Gomez to Pawtucket (IL). Traded RHP Justin Germano to the Chicago Cubs for cash considerations. CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Recalled LHP Donnie Veal from Charlotte (IL). Optioned LHP Pedro Hernandez to Charlotte. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Agreed to terms with C Jason Kendall on a minor league contract and assigned him to Northwest Arkansas (TL). Optioned RHP Vin Mazzaro to Omaha (PCL). Recalled RHP Will Smith from Omaha. TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Optioned RHP Sam Dyson to New Hampshire (EL). National League CHICAGO CUBS—Designated RHP Jairo Asencio for assignment. LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Assigned LHP Erick Threets to Albuquerque (PCL). MIAMI MARLINS—Reinstated RHP Edward Mujica from the 15-day DL. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Assigned RHP John Kuchno to State College (NYP). SAN DIEGO PADRES—Reinstated OF Jeremy Hermida from the 60-day DL and optioned him to Tucson (PCL). Designated RHP Mark Hamburger for assignment. WASHINGTON NATIONALS—Reinstated RHP Drew Storen from the 15-day DL. Recalled C Sandy Leon from Harrisburg (EL). Placed C Jhonatan Solano on the 15-day DL, retroactive to July 18. Designated OF Rick Ankiel for assignment.

BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHICAGO BULLS—Signed F Vladimir Radmanovic. DALLAS MAVERICKS—Signed G O.J. Mayo.

FOOTBALL National Football League NFL—Suspended Chicago DT Nate Collins one game for violating its substance abuse program. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Signed QB Andrew Luck and DT Jason Shirley. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed LB Dont’a Hightower. PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Released OT Jonathan Scott. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Released DE Luis Castillo.

HOCKEY National Hockey League CAROLINA HURRICANES—Agreed to terms with F Tim Wallace on a oneyear, two-way contract. COLORADO AVALANCHE—Reached an affiliation agreement with Denver (CHL). COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Signed C Ryan Craig to a one-year AHL contract. MINNESOTA WILD—Signed D Mathew Dumba. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Signed F Tom Wilson to a three-year, entry-level contract.

LACROSSE National Lacrosse League BUFFALO BANDITS—Named Steve Dietrich general manager.

COLLEGE AUSTIN PEAY—Named Stephanie Paris softball coach. CATAWBA—Named Jordan Clodfelter women’s lacrosse coach and David McDowell assistant sports information director. CLEMSON—Named Jimmy Garrity women’s assistant basketball coach. NORTH CAROLINA—Named senior associate athletic director Beth Miller and executive associate athletic director Larry Gallo lead sports administrators. QUINNIPIAC—Named John Delaney assistant baseball coach. RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE—Announced the resignations of softball coach Maria Morin, associate head softball coach Ken Stanley and assistant softball coach Kristen Norberg. TREVECCA NAZARENE—Named Ryan Schmalz baseball coach. YALE—Named Sarah Trowbridge women’s assistant crew coach. YESHIVA—Named Tom Emberley sports information director.

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Wednesday’s Games Milwaukee 4, St. Louis 3 L.A. Dodgers 5, Philadelphia 3, 12 innings Pittsburgh 9, Colorado 6 San Diego 8, Houston 4 Washington 4, N.Y. Mets 3 Arizona 7, Cincinnati 1 San Francisco 9, Atlanta 4, 11 innings Chicago Cubs 5, Miami 1, 8 innings Thursday’s Games Atlanta 3, San Francisco 2 Cincinnati 7, Arizona 6 N.Y. Mets 9, Washington 5 Chicago Cubs 4, Miami 2 San Diego 1, Houston 0 Friday’s Games Atlanta (Hanson 10-5) at Washington (Strasburg 10-4), 5:05 p.m. Miami (Nolasco 8-7) at Pittsburgh (Correia 6-6), 5:05 p.m. San Francisco (Lincecum 3-10) at Philadelphia (Worley 5-5), 5:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Harang 6-5) at N.Y. Mets (J.Santana 6-6), 5:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Estrada 0-3) at Cincinnati (Bailey 8-6), 5:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Dempster 5-3) at St. Louis (Lohse 9-2), 6:15 p.m. Houston (B.Norris 5-7) at Arizona (Cahill 7-8), 7:40 p.m. Colorado (D.Pomeranz 1-4) at San Diego (Marquis 2-5), 8:05 p.m. Saturday’s Games Atlanta at Washington, 11:05 a.m., 1st game L.A. Dodgers at N.Y. Mets, 11:10 a.m. San Francisco at Philadelphia, 2:05 p.m. Atlanta at Washington, 5:05 p.m., 2nd game Miami at Pittsburgh, 5:05 p.m. Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 5:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, 5:15 p.m. Houston at Arizona, 6:10 p.m. Colorado at San Diego, 6:35 p.m. Sunday’s Games L.A. Dodgers at N.Y. Mets, 11:10 a.m. Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 11:10 a.m. Atlanta at Washington, 11:35 a.m. Miami at Pittsburgh, 11:35 a.m. San Francisco at Philadelphia, 11:35 a.m. Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, 12:15 p.m. Colorado at San Diego, 2:05 p.m. Houston at Arizona, 2:10 p.m.

NL Leaders BATTING—McCutchen, Pittsburgh, .369; MeCabrera, San Francisco, .357; DWright, New York, .353; Ruiz, Philadelphia, .350; Votto, Cincinnati, .342; CGonzalez, Colorado, .333; Holliday, St. Louis, .316. RUNS—McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 65; Bourn, Atlanta, 63; CGonzalez, Colorado, 63; Braun, Milwaukee, 61; DWright, New York, 61; MeCabrera, San Francisco, 60; Pence, Philadelphia, 59. RBI—Beltran, St. Louis, 66; Braun, Milwaukee, 65; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 65; DWright, New York, 65; Kubel, Arizona, 63; CGonzalez, Colorado, 62; Ethier, Los Angeles, 59; Holliday, St. Louis, 59. HITS—MeCabrera, San Francisco, 128; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 123; Bourn, Atlanta, 117; DWright, New York, 115; CGonzalez, Colorado, 113; Prado, Atlanta, 108; Holliday, St. Louis, 107. DOUBLES—Votto, Cincinnati, 36; DWright, New York, 30; ArRamirez, Milwaukee, 29; Cuddyer, Colorado, 27; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 27; DanMurphy, New York, 25; Desmond, Washington, 24; Hart, Milwaukee, 24; Prado, Atlanta, 24; Ruiz, Philadelphia, 24. TRIPLES—Fowler, Colorado, 9; MeCabrera, San Francisco, 8; Bourn, Atlanta, 7; SCastro, Chicago, 7; Reyes, Miami, 6; 13 tied at 5. HOME RUNS—Braun, Milwaukee, 26; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 22; Beltran, St. Louis, 20; PAlvarez, Pittsburgh, 19; Stanton, Miami, 19; Bruce, Cincinnati, 18; CGonzalez, Colorado, 18; ASoriano, Chicago, 18. STOLEN BASES—DGordon, Los Angeles, 30; Bourn, Atlanta, 25; Campana, Chicago, 25; Schafer, Houston, 23; Bonifacio, Miami, 22; Pierre, Philadelphia, 21; Victorino, Philadelphia, 21. PITCHING—Dickey, New York, 13-1; GGonzalez, Washington, 12-5; Hamels, Philadelphia, 11-4; Lynn, St. Louis, 11-4; Cueto, Cincinnati, 11-5; Bumgarner, San Francisco, 11-6; 6 tied at 10. STRIKEOUTS—Strasburg, Washington, 135; Dickey, New York, 132; Kershaw, Los Angeles, 132; GGonzalez,

ON TELEVISION TODAY AUTO RACING 6 a.m. SPEED — Formula One, practice for Grand Prix of Germany, at Hockenheim, Germany 7 p.m. SPEED — TORC, at Joliet, Ill.

BOXING

1 p.m. TGC — PGA Tour, True South Classic, second round, at Madison, Miss. 4 p.m. TGC — USGA, U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship, quarterfinal matches, at Daly City, Calif.

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

7 p.m. ESPN2 — Junior lightweights, Juan Carlos Burgos (29-10) vs. Cesar Vazquez (25-0-0), at Laughlin, Nev.

5 p.m. MLB — Regional coverage, San Francisco at Philadelphia or Atlanta at Washington 6:05 p.m. WGN — Chicago Cubs at St. Louis

CYCLING

TENNIS

6 a.m. NBCSN — Tour de France, stage 18, Blagnac to Brive-laGaillarde, France

2 p.m. ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, BB&T Atlanta Open, quarterfinal 5 p.m. ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, BB&T Atlanta Open, quarterfinal 9 p.m. ESPN2 — WTA, Mercury Insurance Open, quarterfinal, at Carlsbad, Calif.

GOLF 2:30 a.m. ESPN — The British Open Championship, second round, at Lytham St. Annes, England

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Wednesday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 6, Toronto 0, 7 innings Oakland 4, Texas 3 Detroit 7, L.A. Angels 2 Boston 10, Chicago White Sox 1 Cleveland 10, Tampa Bay 6 Baltimore 2, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 8, Seattle 7 Thursday’s Games Tampa Bay 6, Cleveland 0 Detroit 5, L.A. Angels 1 Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3 Seattle 6, Kansas City 1 Boston 3, Chicago White Sox 1 N.Y. Yankees at Oakland, 8:05 p.m. Friday’s Games Baltimore (Mig.Gonzalez 1-1) at Cleveland (D.Lowe 8-7), 5:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Peavy 7-6) at Detroit (Verlander 10-5), 5:05 p.m. Seattle (Iwakuma 1-2) at Tampa Bay (Shields 8-6), 5:10 p.m. Toronto (Laffey 1-1) at Boston (Beckett 5-7), 5:10 p.m. Minnesota (Blackburn 4-5) at Kansas City (Hochevar 6-8), 6:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Nova 10-4) at Oakland (Milone 9-6), 8:05 p.m. Texas (D.Holland 6-4) at L.A. Angels (Weaver 11-1), 8:05 p.m. Saturday’s Games Chicago White Sox at Detroit, 2:05 p.m. Texas at L.A. Angels, 2:05 p.m. Baltimore at Cleveland, 5:05 p.m. Minnesota at Kansas City, 5:10 p.m. Seattle at Tampa Bay, 5:10 p.m. Toronto at Boston, 5:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Oakland, 7:05 p.m. Sunday’s Games Chicago White Sox at Detroit, 11:05 a.m. Toronto at Boston, 11:35 a.m. Seattle at Tampa Bay, 11:40 a.m. Minnesota at Kansas City, 12:10 p.m. Baltimore at Cleveland, 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Oakland, 2:05 p.m. Texas at L.A. Angels, 6:05 p.m.

AL Leaders BATTING—Trout, Los Angeles, .352; Mauer, Minnesota, .329; MiCabrera, Detroit, .326; Konerko, Chicago, .325; Beltre, Texas, .322; Cano, New York, .320; AJackson, Detroit, .317. RUNS—Trout, Los Angeles, 66; Granderson, New York, 65; Kinsler, Texas, 65; Ortiz, Boston, 65; Bautista, Toronto, 63; Cano, New York, 62; AdJones, Baltimore, 61. RBI—Hamilton, Texas, 78; MiCabrera, Detroit, 76; Fielder, Detroit, 67;

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Willingham, Minnesota, 67; Bautista, Toronto, 65; ADunn, Chicago, 65; Trumbo, Los Angeles, 65. HITS—MiCabrera, Detroit, 121; Jeter, New York, 119; Cano, New York, 113; Beltre, Texas, 109; AdJones, Baltimore, 108; Rios, Chicago, 108; Fielder, Detroit, 107; AdGonzalez, Boston, 107. DOUBLES—AGordon, Kansas City, 31; Choo, Cleveland, 29; Cano, New York, 28; Brantley, Cleveland, 27; AdGonzalez, Boston, 27; MiCabrera, Detroit, 26; Kinsler, Texas, 26. TRIPLES—Andrus, Texas, 5; Berry, Detroit, 5; De Aza, Chicago, 5; AJackson, Detroit, 5; Rios, Chicago, 5; JWeeks, Oakland, 5; 6 tied at 4. HOME RUNS—ADunn, Chicago, 28; Hamilton, Texas, 28; Bautista, Toronto, 27; Trumbo, Los Angeles, 26; Encarnacion, Toronto, 25; Granderson, New York, 25; Ortiz, Boston, 23; Willingham, Minnesota, 23. STOLEN BASES—Trout, Los Angeles, 30; RDavis, Toronto, 24; Kipnis, Cleveland, 20; Revere, Minnesota, 20; Crisp, Oakland, 18; JDyson, Kansas City, 17; Andrus, Texas, 16; DeJennings, Tampa Bay, 16; EJohnson, Tampa Bay, 16. PITCHING—Price, Tampa Bay, 13-4; MHarrison, Texas, 12-4; Weaver, Los Angeles, 11-1; Sale, Chicago, 11-2; Sabathia, New York, 10-3; Doubront, Boston, 10-4; Nova, New York, 10-4; Verlander, Detroit, 10-5; Darvish, Texas, 10-6. STRIKEOUTS—FHernandez, Seattle, 143; Verlander, Detroit, 136; Scherzer, Detroit, 134; Darvish, Texas, 121; Price, Tampa Bay, 120; Shields, Tampa Bay, 114; Peavy, Chicago, 113. SAVES—JiJohnson, Baltimore, 28; Rodney, Tampa Bay, 27; CPerez, Cleveland, 26; RSoriano, New York, 24; Broxton, Kansas City, 22; Aceves, Boston, 20; Nathan, Texas, 19.

DATELINE July 20 1858 — Fans are charged for the first time to see a baseball game. Approximately 1,500 fans pay 50 cents to see the New York All-Stars beat Brooklyn 22-18 at Fashion Race Course on Long Island. 1958 — The PGA championship calls for medal play for the first time and Dow Finsterwald beats Billy Casper. 1963 — Mary Mills wins the U.S. Women’s Open golf championship by three strokes over Sandra Palmer and Louise Suggs. 1974 — Carl Rosen’s Chris Evert beats Miss Musket by 50 lengths in the winner-take-all match race at Hollywood Park. 1975 — Sandra Palmer wins the U.S. Women’s Open golf championship by four strokes over Nancy Lopez, Joanne Carner and Sandra Post. 1997 — Justin Leonard closes with a 65 to win the British Open at 12-under 272 at Royal Troon. Leonard, whose closing round is one of the best in major championship history, takes the lead from Jesper Parnevik with a birdie on No. 17. 2002 — Tiger Woods, trying to win the third leg of the Grand Slam, shoots his worst round (81) as a professional,

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knocking himself out of contention. 2003 — Ben Curtis, an unknown PGA Tour rookie in his first major championship, wins the British Open. Despite four bogeys on the final seven holes, Curtis wins by a single shot over Vijay Singh and Thomas Bjorn. 2006 — Written off as hopeless just a day earlier, Floyd Landis has a once-ina-lifetime ride to revive his sagging chances of victory in the Tour de France. Landis, who lost more than 8 minutes to the race leader Oscar Pereiro in a punishing stage just 24 hours earlier, puts himself into third place trailing the leader by 30 seconds. 2008 — Padraig Harrington is the first European in more than a century to win golf’s oldest championship two years in a row. Harrington pulls away from mistake-prone Greg Norman and holds off a late charge by Ian Poulter for a four-shot victory in the British Open. 2009 — Lauren Lappin homers to start a three-run rally in the third inning, and the United States beats Australia 3-1 in the World Cup of Softball championship game at Oklahoma City. 2010 — One day after Ilya Kovalchuk of the New Jersey Devils agrees to a staggering contract, the NHL rejects the deal. Kovalchuk’s landmark 17year, $102 million contract with the Devils is deemed to circumvent the league’s salary cap.

SOCCER Major League Soccer EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Sporting K.C. 11 6 3 New York 10 5 5 D.C. 10 6 3 Houston 8 5 7 Chicago 9 7 4 Montreal 7 12 3 New England 6 9 4 Columbus 6 7 4 Philadelphia 6 9 2 Toronto FC 5 11 4 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T San Jose 13 4 4 Real Salt Lake 11 7 3 Seattle 8 5 7 Vancouver 8 6 7 Los Angeles 8 10 3 Chivas USA 6 7 5 Colorado 7 12 1 FC Dallas 4 10 7 Portland 5 10 4

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Wednesday’s Games New York 1, Chicago 0 Chivas USA 1, Portland 0 Toronto FC 2, Colorado 1 Montreal 2, New England 1 Houston 2, Sporting Kansas City 1 Vancouver 2, Los Angeles 2, tie San Jose 2, FC Dallas 1 Saturday’s Games Philadelphia at New York, 12:30 p.m. D.C. United at Columbus, 5:30 p.m. Montreal at Houston, 6:30 p.m. New England at Sporting Kansas City, 6:30 p.m. Portland at FC Dallas, 7 p.m. Colorado at Real Salt Lake, 8 p.m. Chivas USA at Los Angeles, 8 p.m.


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SUMMERVILLE, Ga. — More than 1,000 turtles made a slow-speed escape from their turtle farm in northwest Georgia. Turtle farmer David Driver tells sheriff’s officials he suspects vandals might be to blame for tearing down fences around his turtle ponds in Summerville. Authorities say that allowed the turtles — including snappers, Eastern paints and yellow-bellied sliders — to leave the farm and make a beeline to nearby ponds and creeks. Driver tells The Chattanooga Times Free Press that about 1,600 of the 2,200 turtles escaped. He says his business involves selling some turtles to pet-growing operations and others to China. Sheriff’s officials are continuing to search for the turtles. Summerville, known more as the home of folk artist Howard Finster than it is for turtles, is about 90 miles northwest of Atlanta.

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25 years

By Rosanna Turner DAILY CORRESPONDENT

If all the people involved with the Bravo Vail Valley Music Festival participated in a spelling bee, the competition would be fierce. Each one can rattle off the spelling of a complicated, almost unpronounceable name such as “Jaap van Zweden” as easily as most of us can spell potato. Well, except Dan Quayle. If you get that joke, then you might have been around when Bravo started 25 years ago. Needless to say, the brains at Bravo can recall quite a bit. We had them recap the past 25 summers, telling us what made them laugh, smile and even cry. Like the spelling of “Nikolaj Znaider,” there’s something about this festival that sticks in one’s mind, making it impossible to forget.

‘More people on stage than in the audience’ John Giovando, Bravo’s first and only executive director, remembers typing up the festival’s articles of incorporation on an old Smith Corona typewriter. Fellow founder and violinist Ida Kavafian also was there from the beginning. Back in 1987, their resources were so meager they couldn’t

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Bravo Vail Valley Music Festival musicians, including Bravo’s artistic director at the time, violinist Ida Kavafian, walk through Vail Village in 1991 on their way to rehearsal. even afford four walls. “The office was in the hallway of somebody else’s office,” Kavafian said. “If anybody had to move, everybody else had to get up.” The audience for Bravo was small but passionate. “We didn’t have that many people in the audience, but we did have some people who were really enthusiastic about it,” Kavafian said. “In true Vail predictability, they wanted to buy it. But John said, ‘It’s not for sale.’” “When we started, there was just a little tiny ski thing

with this magnificent mountain behind it,” Giovando said. “It grew right along with the ski industry. We literally put it together with nothing. It was all part of a dream to do it and we just did it … then people started coming and loving it.” During the first few summers, the audience was so tiny they used to invite everyone on stage when it rained. “More people on stage than in the audience — we use to joke about that,” Kavafian said.

Monica Wentz, Bravo’s artistic administrator and artists’ liaison from 2007 to 2010, remembers a funny moment before a concert atop Vail Mountain. “We all took the gondola up, and a lot of the musicians were afraid of the height,” Wentz said. “They weren’t really afraid for themselves, they were afraid for their instruments.”

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Behind the scenes When the lights come up and the show begins, those who made it happen want you to believe it was as effortless as playing “Chopsticks” on the piano. But behind the scenes, there’s a frantic rush, figuring out how to button up a complicated buttondown or locating sheet music that mysteriously got misplaced sometime between rehearsal and lunch. Monica Wentz, who served as the artistic administrator and artists’ liaison between 2007 and 2010, remembers one performance with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center orchestra that wasn’t exactly wrinkle-free. “They got in so late they didn’t have time to iron their whole shirts,” Wentz said. “(The interns) decided to only iron the front of their shirts because that’s what the audience would see.” Rob LeVine, who runs the Antlers at Vail in Lionshead, has been hosting Bravo musicians for more than two decades. LeVine has found that not every musician’s personality is what you would imagine. Although he won’t name any names, LeVine described a “young, petite, attractive, diminutive” piano player who played at Bravo a few years ago who caught him off guard. “If you catch her off-stage, she has a mouth that would make a sailor blush,” LeVine said, laughing. “It’s amusing seeing someone who you think is going to be so polite and quiet, and then they let out a blue stream like you wouldn’t expect.” Flutist Eugenia Zukerman served as Bravo’s artistic director for 13 years. Her first summer on the job, she got a knock on her door early in the morning. Pianist Andre-Michel Schub cut his hand slicing a bagel and was bleeding pretty badly. Zukerman was about to take Schub to the hospital, but he refused. “He said, ‘No, I’m going to play,’” Zukerman said. Schub bandaged up his hand and played the concert. “It went wonderfully well until the last moment,” Zukerman said. “Suddenly, blood started spurting from his hand, all over his keyboard, all over his white jacket. It was a great moment, a gruesome but funny moment. I told

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Classical celebrities This year, Joshua Bell’s name was buzzing on everyone’s ears as the classical music celebrity to see — and for good reason. But Bravo’s had big names in the past, and those at the festival got to rub elbows with the best of them. Kavafian was so excited about meeting trumpet player Doc Severinsen, who led the band for the “Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson, that she took it upon herself to be his chauffer. “One of his riders was that he has to be driven around in a luxury car,” Kavafian said. “My husband and I had just bought a really cute Lexus coupe sports car. I was so enamored with Doc that I said I wanted to be his driver, so I drove him all over Vail and got to know him.” Back in the day, Gerald R. and Betty Ford were staples at Bravo concerts. Giovando would always give a shout-out to the former president and first lady before the concert began, but the greeting wasn’t always pitch-perfect. “One evening I said to the audience, ‘Please welcome the President and Mrs. Betty Alpine Ford,” Gionvando said, mistaking the Former First Lady with the local Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. “The audience got a kick out of that. She was cracking up.”

‘They stayed sopping wet’ One of Giovando’s most touching moments was when Bravo added a performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, “Ode to Joy” in the summer of 2002, following the events of Sept. 11 in 2001. “After 9/11 in ’01, the country went into such a shock,” Giovando said. “It was such a downer time, and we wanted to do something really uplifting.” Ten years ago, the debut of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra was considered a turning point for the festival. Chair of Bravo’s Board of Trustees Argie Tang could feel the anticipation in the air before they took the stage. “The audience was overwhelmed by the sound,” Tang said. “We were waiting to hear if they would sound different (from the other orchestras).

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Like plenty of little boys with big imaginations, as a child De Von loved Spiderman. And so he scaled trees and buildings when he could, the image of the iconic comic book character always in his mind. But he related to the hero in another way, too. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I could always relate to that ongoing questioning of his identity and wanting to know about his real parents,â&#x20AC;? De Von said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My own father was a mystery to me, a film producer in Hollywood who died in a tragedy at age 36 while treasure hunting Indiana Jones-style, just before I was born.â&#x20AC;? Maybe it was that love of comic book characters that colored De Vonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s artistic path in life, which revolves around the pop art that Andy Warhol and other artists made popular beginning in the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;60s. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll undoubtedly recognize the figures in his canvases hanging at Masters Gallery in Vail â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Batman, the Green Lantern, Audrey Hepburn and others. The gallery, which hosts a show with De Von today and Saturday, has carried his work since February. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People love his imagery, layering and color,â&#x20AC;? said gallery director Rayla Kundolf. â&#x20AC;&#x153;His acrylic box-collage pieces are so unique; people remark that they have never seen anything like it. You can see the influence of (Andy) Warhol and (Steve) Kaufman, but De Von has taken it to new heights.â&#x20AC;? De Von creates what he calls â&#x20AC;&#x153;interactive collage pieces.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Often I get inspired by the people that I meet, take their photo, print it right then and there and sneak it into one of my pieces on the spot,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re lucky you can put some gloves on and paint splatter something at the show.â&#x20AC;?

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back, he realized he â&#x20AC;&#x153;had leanings toward it, but was unconscious of it at the time. It really is fun and completely fits my personality.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I became acquainted with Steve Kaufman through a friend who suggested his colorful celebrity-driven body of Andy Warhol-style pop art would be a great match for one of our Sundance events in 2009 and asked him to put a

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BOND — Motet drummer and founding member Dave Watts says he plays “music to get lost in.” Nicely matched, State Bridge has the venue to get lost in, and there’s no better opportunity than this weekend’s Take it to the Bridge festival. Co-headlining are Black Uhuru and SeeI featuring members of Thievery Corporation. Supporting the three-day event along the Colorado River are Euforquestra, Nicki Bluhm and the Gamblers, That One Guy and many others. From Boulder, The Motet has been tearing up the national jam scene for 12 years, evolving and helping pioneer the electronic sophistication of the last decade. “We get into some super heavy funk, electronic, Afro-beat stuff for the entire show, from beginning to end,” Watts said. “I

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really great music to get lost in. So it mixes up a lot of different worlds, but it’s definitely a dance party.” Featuring complex compositions written and arranged by Watts, the music tells a story through syncopated rhythms and melodies. As music and technology evolve at an astounding rate, so too has The Motet pioneered their unique sound while continuing to defy categorization. With roots in jazz, Afro-beat, funk, salsa and samba, The Motet keeps its audiences in a dancing frenzy.

Black Uhuru Black Uhuru, one of the most successful second-generation reggae bands, maintained its high quality despite numerous personnel changes in its 40-plus-year history. The first reggae band to win a Grammy award, for its 1983 album “Anthem,” Black Uhuru was “the most dynamic and progressive reggae act of the 1970s and early ’80s,” according to “Reggae: The Rough Guide.” Black Uhuru, whose name comes from the Swahili word meaning “freedom,” was formed in the Waterhouse district of Kingston, Jamaica. After a tumultuous beginning, the band went on to created a sound that made it a match for any reggae ensemble. Its debut album, “Love Crisis,” released in 1977, included the anthemic hit “I Love King Selassie.”

See-I For co-headliner See-I, the story begins with two brothers, Rootz and Zeebo, who found their way from college in North Carolina via the Caribbean only to end up in Washington, D.C. It was in the cultural melting pot of the nation’s capital that they developed their creative and musical talents. In the heady days of the late 1980s, the brothers Steele would launch the project that has defined their lives: See-I. They quickly became a fixture of D.C.’s burgeoning reggae scene, crossing paths with reggae

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aficionado Eric Hilton who was determined to include them in his future projects. Throughout the ’90s and into the coming millennium they would go on to record, perform and tour with Thievery Corporation. Then in 2005 Zeebo and Rootz started a regular gig at the Eighteenth Street Lounge that would see them coalescing into one of the greatest live bands the city has ever seen. Slowly gathering momentum, guest musicians and members, the See-I live band would grow into a nationwide touring phenomenon and is now considered one of America’s premier reggae party groups.

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back riders in the game from Pueblo. “It’s beautiful there. It’s by the river; it’s in the mountains. It’s Colorado in July.” In the roughstock events — bareback riding, saddle bronc riding and bull riding — a contestant’s score is equally dependent upon his performance and the animal’s performance. And that’s where Carr Pro Rodeo comes in — they bring the bucking beasts. But it isn’t by happenstance that these animals create such excitement: they were, literally, born to buck. “We have a breeding program that’s similar to racehorses or jumpers or any type of horseback sport,” said Pete Carr, owner of the livestock company. “We’re not guessing when we take a stud and a mare and put them together. It breeds back to generations and generations of bloodlines. With a long list of bucking horses with a long list of lineages — when we put them together, we’re supposed to get a bucking horse. “Just like a racehorse is born to run, these horses are born to buck and they love to buck.” The bulls, too, are bred the same way. “You have to go through a lot of bulls to find a good bucking bull,” Carr said. “We have to make sure that they’re rider-friendly, that they go up and down and have the right motion. And you really have to keep them exercised or else they get fat and sluggish. It

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takes a long time to find the perfect horse or the perfect bull. Somebody probably went through 15 of them, if not 100, to get that special one.” Training the horses takes years of hard work. When they’re 2 years old, they are “bucked” at Carr’s ranch with a dummy on their backs, just to get them use to the feel. Then, Carr said, “We kick ’em out for a year and bring them back when they’re 3 years old.” That’s when Carr puts riders on the horses for the first time — before “kicking them out again.” When the horses are 4 years old, Carr begins taking them to college rodeos to see how they handle. He gets them used to the truck, the noise, the people. “Horses are like kids,” Carr said with a laugh. “Some are 6 feet tall when they’re seniors and some are 5 feet. So if a horse is big enough and strong, we start easing them in when they’re 5-year-olds. And we just buck them. Some of them last ’til into their 20s.” According to Carr, most horses can do about 12 “trips” or rodeos per year. They have to have eight “trips” to qualify for nationals. So if a horse works 12 rodeos at eight seconds each, it’s working about

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tary film during the Sundance Film Festival and De Vonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s studio served as the venue for a film after-party and performance that De Von called â&#x20AC;&#x153;amazing.â&#x20AC;? So who has De Von yet to paint thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on his â&#x20AC;&#x153;bucket listâ&#x20AC;?? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I really want to do a cool Pink Floyd series,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think there is a return to psychedelics in our future, in a good way though. For some strange reason I keep having a vision doing a Homer Simpson. I have a soft spot in my heart for him and little Bart. I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t done Cat Woman or Wonder Woman yet, that is if you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t count the Megan Fox half-naked Wonder Woman-Supergirl Internet phenomenon piece that I have in the show.â&#x20AC;? High Life Editor Caramie Schnell can be reached at 970-748-2984 or cschnell@ vaildaily.com.

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Love affair with landscapes New work by artist Darcie Peet on display at Cogswell Gallery in Vail Daily staff report NEWSROOM@VAILDAILY.COM

Cogswell Gallery hosts a painting demonstration and exhibition of works by artist Darcie Peet, a signature member of the Oil Painters of America, today and Saturday. Peet’s new works will be on display this week at the Cogswell Gallery, and she will be present for painting demonstrations from 1 to 6 p.m. today and Saturday. Peet received a box of 72 Crayola crayons at the age of 3. She dumped it on the floor of her Oak Park, Ill. house and started creating what she thought was going to be her first masterpiece. Fast forward many years of proper art training at Colorado College and later at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Peet developed a love affair with the vast landscapes of the west and hiking high in the Rocky Mountains to paint exclusively plein-air. Peet attributes her choice to work “enplein air” to growing up in a family that thrived on activities in the great outdoors. Painting outdoors requires the artist to hike extensively until one has scouted the “perfect” scenery and a deep commitment to finish no matter what the weather brings. Living part time in both Scottsdale and Copper Mountain offers Peet the possibility to play with both alpine and high desert landscapes. As one can imagine, painting outdoors can lead to all sorts of adventures, having to adjust sometimes to adverse weather conditions. Peet has a long number of stories and misadventures to share with her collectors and friends.

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In fact, one of her paintings, which she saved from a savage rainstorm, eventually won the Award of Merit at the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters National Event in Winter Park in 2006. Despite the “hazards” of her job, Peet continues to be inspired by the diversity and drama in mountain and desert landscapes, further transformed by everchanging weather and light. “I love searching and scouting for my subjects,” Peet said. “I love the thrill of exploration and discovery, looking for those scenes where I say ‘ooh’ and ‘ah’ or ‘that’s it! That’s my painting.’”

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“ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT” Scrat’s nutty pursuit of the cursed acorn, which he’s been after since the dawn of time, has world-changing consequences — a continental cataclysm that triggers the greatest adventure of all for Manny, Diego and Sid. In the wake of these upheavals, Sid reunites with his cantankerous Granny, and the herd encounters a ragtag menagerie of seafaring pirates determined to stop them from returning home. (1:40) PG.

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EAGLE — When you’re raised in the ’60s by hippie parents, your life may start out on a slightly different course from the other kids in class. In this case, it’s a course that has taken John Novosad — a.k.a. Hippieman — from the neighborhoods of Boulder to the stage as a successful stand-up comic. That journey continues when Comedy Night at the Bowlmor returns to the Back Bowl in Eagle on Saturday at 8 p.m. As Hippieman likes to note, “it all started in the fourth grade when my mom would send me to school everyday with a Jimi Hendrix lunch box. All the kids made fun of me until they tried one of my brownies.” And, as his bio reads ... “he’s been slaying crowds with his extremely warped sense of humor ever since.” Comedy veteran Brian Hocker will start things off with his first appearance at the popular comedy series. Hocker has honed his craft at clubs and colleges across the country. He is also a regular at the Comedy Works and just returned from the Great American Comedy Festival, where he received great acclaim. Tickets for Comedy Night at the Bowlmor are on sale now for $12 in advance and $15 on the day of the show. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Back Bowl, or by phone with a credit card by calling 970-328-BOWL. For more information, visit www.thebackbowl.com.

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DeVon Exhibition, 3:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m., Masters Gallery Vail, 100 E. Meadow Drive Suite 27, Vail. Call 970-4770600. Karaoke With Sandman, 9:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m., Loaded Joe’s Coffee House & Lounge. All types of music for you to sing. Sign-up opens at 9 p.m. Call 970-748-1480. Marco Bicego Jewelry Trunk Show, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., J Scott Jewelers, 61 Avondale Lane, Beaver Creek. Italian designer’s collections of 18karat gold with diamonds, sapphires and colored stones. Call 970-949-7020. Bluzilla, 9:25 p.m., The Brush Creek Saloon in Eagle. This is a tribute show to honor ourselves. Call 970-949-0529. Friday Night Lights, 9:00 p.m., Montana’s After Dark in Avon. Hosted by DJ Carve and DJ Weez of WTW. Dance music and fun for all. Call 970-9497019. Jababa, 10:00 p.m., Main St. Grill, Edwards. Live music. Call 970-926-2729. Karaoke and Trivia Night, 8:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m., The Back Bowl, Eagle. Unique event pairs karaoke with team trivia for prizes. Every Friday with DJ ShyGuy. No cover. Call 970328-BOWL. Kids Bowl Free, 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., The Back Bowl in Eagle. Each child under 12 bowls free with an adult paying the regular rate. Call 970-328BOWL. Live Music with Peter Vavra, 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., Splendido at the Chateau, 17 Chateau Lane, Beaver Creek. Call 970-845-8808. Tableside Magic, 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m., Beaver Creek and Vail Chophouse. The Chophouse men of magic, Dan Fleshman and Danny Archer, perform tableside nightly. Call 970-477-0555. Tony Gulizia, 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m., Grouse Mountain Grill piano lounge, Beaver Creek. Smooth sounds of a favorite musician of local residents and visitors alike. Call 970-9490600. New York Philharmonic’s first concert in Vail, 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater. Featuring Andrey Boreyko, conductor, and Benjamin Grosvenor, piano. Tickets are $25 to $95. Call 877-812-5700. The Fitz at 5, 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., The Fitz Lounge at Manor Vail Lodge, 595 East Vail Valley Drive, Vail. Live music by Scotty Kabel. Call 970-476-4959. The Olora Brothers, 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., Route 6 Cafe & Lounge, Eagle-Vail. Coloradobased acoustic based band featuring two guitars, fiddle, stand-up bass and drums played by veterans of the Colorado music scene. Call 719-641-2841. The Sessh: Broken Arrow FAC, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Broken Arrow, Arrowhead Resort. Enjoy FAC at Broken

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SATURDAY, JULY 21 Cordillera Fine Art Show, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Cordillera Post Office Lot and Cafe, 360 Carterville Road, Edwards. Finest quality art show in quaint, convenient setting. Call 720-470-1610. Marco Bicego Jewelry Trunk Show, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., J Scott Jewelers, 61 Avondale Lane, Beaver Creek. Collections in 18-karat gold with diamonds, sapphires and colored stones. Call 970-949-7020. Comedy Night at the Bowlmor, 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., The Back Bowl in Eagle. Iconic funny-guy “Hippieman” returns with opener Brian Hocker. Tickets are $12 in advance or $15 the day of the show. Call 970-328-BOWL. Karaoke with Sandman, 10:00 p.m., Garfinkel’s, 536 E. Lionshead Circle, Vail. Call 970-476-3789. Kevin Danzig, 8:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m., King’s Club in the Sonnenalp Resort, Vail. Call 970-479-5464. Kids Bowl Free, 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., The Back Bowl in Eagle. Call 970-328-BOWL. Live Music with Peter Vavra and Pat Hamilton, 7:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m., Splendido at the Chateau, 17 Chateau Lane, Beaver Creek. Call 970-8458808. Tableside Magic, 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m., Beaver Creek and Vail Chophouse. The Chophouse men of magic, Dan Fleshman and Danny Archer, perform tableside nightly. Call 970-477-0555. Tony Gulizia, 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m., Grouse Mountain Grill piano lounge, Beaver Creek. Call 970-949-0600. Bravo’s 25th Annual Gala, Under the Silvery Moon, 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. Dinner dance and auction. Proceeds from the Gala ticket sales support Bravo’s Music Matters education programs. Call 970-8274305. High State, 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., Route 6 Cafe & Lounge, Eagle-Vail. Classic rock. Call 719-641-2841. Jason Wallace, 6:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., The Blue Plate in Avon. Relax and dine to the smooth acoustic guitar of Jason Wallace on the patio. Call 970-845-2252. Movies in the Park/SingerSongwriter Series, 7:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m., Little Beach Park & Amphitheater, Minturn. Movie: “Grease.” Musician: Jean Flaherty. Free music and movies in the park includes popcorn, drinks and a door prize. Dress warm, and bring a blanket. Call 970-306-6553. New York Philharmonic Plays an All Tchaikovsky Program, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater. Featuring Bramwell Tovey, conductor, and Anne-Marie McDermott, piano. Tickets are $25 to $95. Call 877-812-5700.


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Community Calendar is a free service. Submissions must be received a week in advance on the Web at www.vaildaily.com — post your event in our database by clicking on the “Events calendar” link. Your listing will be considered for display on the Web and for print in our Community or High Life calendar, depending on its content. We cannot guarantee all events will be published. To guarantee placement, contact our paid ad department. Call 970-328-8630. Openings for 3- to 6-year-olds in the fall, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., 77 Metcalf Road, first floor, Avon. Call for a tour of our school and join the community at Mountain Montessori. Call 970-748-3128. Eagle Farmers Market, 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Eagle Ranch. Produce, meat, dairy and artisan products in a family-friendly festival atmosphere. Pony rides for the kids raise funds for the Colorado Horse Rescue. Call 970-328-6354. Bilingual story time for preschoolers, 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m., Avon Public Library. For preschoolers ages 3 to 5. Call

970-949-6797. Bilingual storytime for babies, 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Avon Public Library. For babies up to 24 months. Call 970-949-6797. Pony Camp, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., and 12:30 - 3:30 p.m., 915 Spraddle Creek Road, Vail. Kids 3 to 6 will learn how to groom, saddle and ride a pony. Call 970476-6941. Summer Reading Movie, 1:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m., Avon Public Library. “The Adventures of Tintin.” Tintin and his loyal dog, Snowy, are on an adventure to uncover a sunken ship. Call 970949-6797. Swim Lessons, 7:20 a.m. - 6:40 p.m., Vail Swim School, Avon

Recreation Pool, Sonnenalp Pool, Arrowhead Pool, and we’ll travel to your private pool. Call 970390-3068. Narcotics Anonymous Literature Meeting, 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Eagle County Fairgrounds. Look for N.A. signs. This is a closed meeting of Narcotics Anonymous to read and discuss N.A. literature. Call 800-9124597. Free Adult Karate, 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., Singletree Pavilion, Edwards. Call 970-328-4360. Junior Tennis Clinics, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., 700 South Frontage Road E., Vail. One hour each day Monday through Friday separated by age. Cost is $65. Reservations required. Call 970479-2294. Ladies Friday AM Tennis Doubles, 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., 700 South Frontage Road, Vail. Round robin. Reservations required. Cost is $8. Call 970-479-2294. Men’s Afternoon Tennis Doubles, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., 700 South Frontage Road E., Vail. Men’s doubles play. Reservations required. Cost is $8. Call 970479-2294. Taekwondo, kickboxing and

Brazilian jiu-jitsu, 8:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m., Inyodo Martial Arts, Edwards and Eagle. Call 970569-3083. Tennis: Improve Your Technique, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., Beaver Creek Tennis Center, 310 Offerson Road, Beaver Creek. Pro picks a stroke for the day and works on that part of the game. $15. Call 970-754-5781 for reservations. Traditional Japanese Aikido, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Inyodo Martial Arts, 217 Broadway St., Eagle. Call 970-569-3083. Sunday School & Worship May 6 in Red Cliff, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Eagle Street Join Red Cliff Community Church for Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. Fellowship and breakfast at 9:30 a.m., worship and Holy Communion at 10:00 a.m. on the first Sunday of every month. Call 970-376-0017. Walking Tour of Historic Vail Village, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Third level in the Vail Village parking structure. Vail locals and tourists alike learn the history of Vail Village’s past and present landmarks and hear stories about its first generation of residents. Call 970-476-1876.

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Big Fun

small Town

Gypsum Colorado est. 1911

July 20 & 21, 2012

Gloriana

Friday

Thompson Square saturday 5k run/walk, 8:00am

Gypsum Rec Center 3x3 b-ball, 12pm Register in advance! Cash Prizes! Gypsum ponds fishin fun, 4pm Fishing gear and bait provided! Youth talent show, 6pm Register in advance! Cash prizes! Free Concert Featuring

the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Firemen’s Breakfast Saturday, July 21, 2012 pancake breakfast, 7 - 11 am

Advance $10, day of $15.

$3 kids, $5 adults.

Gypsum Creek Cruisers Car Show, 10am Advance, $15. Day of show, $20.

gypsum daze parade, 11 am

Free entry! Theme: Back to the Future

horse shoe tournament, 12pm Register day of, $20 team. Cash Prizes

free kids zone, 12pm - 4pm

Nitty Gritty dirt Band

Bouncers, Face Painting, Balloon Art Bull Riding, Train Rides and More!

gun club shoot, 12:30pm

Tickets On Sale Now!

jalapeno eating contest, 1 pm

$15 advance, $25 day of, under 12 free with Adult!

Ammo, Prizes & Free Cookout! Register day of, cash prizes!

food, entertainment & vendors, all day!

Paul Bogart Live Music Nashville Recording Artist 12-5pm Professional Rodeo Roper Sm Country - Cowboy Style

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And Playing all the great oldies

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Classifieds Service Directory

Asphalt/Paving Asphalt Seal Coating is our speciality. Asphalt repairs & pot holes. Hot pour crack seal. Locally owned and operated. Kyle Burton Const. 970-901-0342

Computers & Quickbooks

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Concrete/Cement Specializing in foundations, slabs, concrete countertops, exposed aggregate, stamped & colored decorative concrete, sawcutting, and coredrilling Free estimates CCC Inc 970-333-0535

Construction

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Drywall/ Plaster/Insulation

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Spring Clean Ups, Mulching and Pruning Work. Professional Equipment Personal Service, Attention to Detail

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Carpentry, Drywall, Paint, Tile, minor plumbing & electrical. Thermal Imaging. No job too small.

Residential & Commercial Excavating Complete Excavations, Utility Work, Boulder Walls, Demolitions, Hourly or Contract, Track Hoes, Loaders, Dump trucks, Water Truck

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Bronn Excavating, Inc.

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Aspen 970.379.7404

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Instruction/Tutoring

Open 7 days 10am-10pm

Plaster Repair Affordable plaster repair without re-plastering ! Cracks, chips and gouges. 35 yrs experience drywall repair Doug Fasi 970-524-7057

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BOUQUETS has moved! Now conveniently located in Avon. Same great service, merchandise, flowers, weddings & events. The ANNEX #107 142 Beaver Creek Place 970-949-5900 www.bouquets.org

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Since 2010

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BMW R1100RT 1997

16,300 K miles, very low mileage, great condition. $4500 213-706-1715 loc91007@gmail.com Catalina Capri 16.5 1999

Honda 4 stroke outboard. Trailer $4650 David 361-816-8422 dgcctx@comcast.net Custom Teardrop trailer 2012

Brand new 5x8 size, double bed, fully stocked with all camping gear. 15” tires, HD suspension. Lights and battery, oak interior cabinets, rear storage. Easy to tow with any car. Phillip (970) 368-0911 $5700 Ford F-350 XLT 2001 Super Duty

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Audi All Road Wagon 2004

Audi TT Coupe 2008

1901 EXACT REPLICA STAGECOACH ALL ATTACHMENTS INCLUDED MARBLE, CO Good condition.

Audi All Road Wagon 2004 Great condition. Auto transmission. Powerful 2.7 Turbo engine. Grey with tan leather interior carol@cmid.us $9000. 970-390-6855

4 cylinder Turbo, front wheel drive, 6sp dual clutch automatic, paddle shifter, Bose premium sound, 18” alloy wheels. 30+ mpg. Lots of luggage space. $23,995 970-379-4653

Motorcycle Days July 27 – 29

For info call 970-945-5971

$12,900 970-925-2837 joeldsax@aol.com

BMW R1150 R - 2002

BMW X5 2006

Cadillac ESCALADE 2004

Cat 242 2007

Great Condition 100K Miles Automatic. Tan Leather seats. Can hold a bike rack.

V-8. AWD, CD, DVD, NAVI, SUNROOF, THIRD ROW SEATS, HEATED SEATS,TOW PKG, 14,900.00 317-258-4813

300 hours Bucket, Chain, forks, trencher, heated cab. $23,500.00 for CAT $4,046.00 Trencher Attachment or buy all for $27,117.00 970-904-6369

Black, beautiful and well maintained sportster. 5,800 miles. Great for mountain roads. Edwards. $5,400 (970) 926-4945

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Chevrolet Deluxe 1951

Chevrolet Suburban 2001

Chevrolet Suburban LT 1500 2011

Chrysler Pacifica 2005

4 door, all original, has all it’s parts. Never wrecked, beautiful car.

Chevrolet Suburban 2001 4 door. Excellent condition. 73,000 Auto transmission. V8 Leather seats. Heated seats. Dave skijetre@msn.com $11,100 970-390-1986

4WD 44K Miles Tan leather seats, 3rd passenger row, DVD player, front and rear A/C, moon roof, running boards, winter & summer wheels and parking sensor. $33,500 970-445-8881

05' Chrysler Pacifica Touring AWD, $6280,148000 miles, Auto, 3.5 L V6, Leather, Nav, DVD, Heated seats, all power, bike rack, well maintained, runs great! Tom 970-389-0459 $6280 970-389-0459

Dodge Durango 2005

Ford Excursion 2000

Ford Explorer 2006

Ford F-150 1993

SLT 4WD ABS V8. 4.7 Towing pkg. Leather 3rd row seats Front & rear controlled heating & AC Multi disc CD Premium Sound 109,000 miles CarFax. Well maintained 970-827-5642 $9,300 9708275642

7.3L Diesel, 8" Lift, 38" tires.custom stereo system, 6" exhaust, New turbo, good condition, Lots of power and options 13,500 970-409-0083

Explorer XLT 06. Excellent condition. 182K V8 4WD Leather seats with 3rd row. Tow Package. Sirius XM Ready. 1 owner Lindmike1@aol.com $11,490/OBO 303-601-3026

Auto, 5.8 EFI. 2X4 New brakes, rear drums, steering and fuel pumps. Runs well!

GMC Yukon 2000

GMC Yukon Denali 2007

Harley DavidsonFXE 1978

Harley Davidson FXSTBI 2005

Leather, 3rd Row Seats, Sunroof,

1978 Harley Davidson FXE Runs and in Good condition.

Nighttrain Softail, 17k miles, EFI, 1450 engine, extra accessories, Screaming Eagle pipes.

$3000 970-945-2242 or 949-280-4851

$1800/obo 970-401-1584

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Heated Seats, Tow Pkg, 204,000 mi. Power, Runs Great.

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Harley Davidson Low Rider 2007

HarleyVRSCR Street Rod 2006

Honda CRF 450F 2008

Hummer H2 2004

Hummer H3 2008

Excellent Cond., 6 spd., low miles, engine guard, windshield, front foot pegs.

Harley VRSCR Street Rod 2006 Superb condition. 4500 miles, call Harry hmcqueeney@yahoo.com

Exhaust fmf good condition

Hummer H2 2004 Lux 4 door. Excellent condition. Leather seats. Heated seats. AWD. Sunroof. Luggage rack. Red 72K Miles $28,500 214-707-5833

Hummer H3 2008 ALPHA and X PACKAGES! EXLNT COND. 40500 miles, Auto Trans. AZ. H3 now in Vail. WRT 50,000 or 10/16/12. Call Kevin or kikiouch@aol.com $27,500 480-221-4287

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Price $3600 Call Dan 970-390-3919

5000. OBO 970-471-1426

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Jeep Grand Cherokee 1999

Jeep Liberty 2005

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 2011

KawasakiKLX 250 2009

KAWASAKI KX450 2009

119K, very clean. 4X4. Everything works & runs well. Includes ski/bike carrier, and built in security system.

65K miles, great condition! Manual transmission; call for more details.

2011 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, 2 door soft top with Thule 4 bike rack included, 31,000 miles, great condition, unique mango tango color $25,500 (970) 390-6966

Package Deal; Two 2009 Kawasaki KLX250s 1500miles, lots of extras on bikes. Trailer is shorland 3 place Call Joe $6,900 970 306 9511

Monster energy, fuel injection. Great condition.

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Kawasaki Vulcan Classic LT 2008

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Office/Studio/Playhouse. 2003

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Garage Kept. 2400 Original Miles.

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Office/Studio/Playhouse $12,500.00 Small but mighty. A-C, Heat, Operable Windows, Built in Desk, Well Insulated, T&G Ceiling, 3x8 Rafters, Maple Flooring. $12,500.00 970-390-9755

Excellent cond & loaded. Diesel 360 engine, auto leveling jacks, Onan 8.0 gen, household refrig, bath w/roomy shower, extra sink & cabinet in bdrm, Q bed+Q sofa bed, entertain center, inc. 4 TV’s, plus much more. $174,500 970-887-9177 or 303-985-9550


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Porsche Carrera 1984

Rockwood 292XRT pop-up 2011

Limited edition. Like new condition. 43,000 mi. Manual transmission. silver blue/Black leather, Max maxsch8@aol.com $33,320 OBO 970-390-6688

2011 Rockwood 292 XRT huge pop-up with deck for atv's $12,500. Chico Thuon $12,500 970-331-4807

Toyota Sequoia 2002

Loaded, 4x4. Reliable. Well maintained. Clean. Family 4x4 seating for eight. Heated seats, sunroof, alarm, DVD. All leather, all service by Toyota, 220K miles. Runs great! $7500 OBO (970) 453-2444

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Toyota Landcruiser 1997

Toyota Prius Touring 2009

New engine, new timing belt, new brake pads, good condition, CLEAN 145K Miles $6000 281-299-5956

105k miles, Slee bumpers, rock guards & skid plate, OMU 3" lift & stabilizer, Toyota TRD Supercharger, 35" tires, body good, mechanical excellent. 15,000 OBO 970-948-0005

Toyota Prius Touring 2009, Great condition, Loaded, Nav, Bluetooth, Leather Seats, Studded winter snows on separate rims, All service at Bighorn Toyota, 75K mi. $16,400 970-963-3901

VW Eurovan 1999

VW PASSAT SEDAN 2006

WANTED

YAMAHA ROYAL STAR 1997

Runs. Needs work.

2.0L turbo, auto transmission, sunroof, great condition, very clean, dark blue,70K highway miles, great mpg, one owner

WANTED Vintage Porsche, Mercedes, Ferrari, Volvo, Jaguar, BMW Will pay top dollar! Contact Helmut & E-mail pics. Contact Helmut 949-637-1514 helmutreiss1@cox.net

Black, low mileage, very low maintenance, saddle bags, windshield, awesome gas mileage.

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Auto Parts/ Accessories 1Yokohama w/rim all season tire 265/60/R15. $50 970-845-2262 1 llanta Yokohama con rin de toda la temporada 265/60/R15. $50 970-845-2262

Auto Parts/ Accessories

Range Rover tires fits Porsche Cayenne,VW Toureg. Pirelli Scorpion Zero 295/45 r 20" 110v. set of 4. serious callers only. 970-379-7164 cost new $1900, asking @ $600 OBO for like new cond.

Rims And Tires 285/75/18 For Ford F-150 2004-2010 400.00 Avon Good condition. Pablo 970-331-4965 Soft Top for 2008 Jeep Wrangler JK (4 door). Original Factory top with hardware- never used. $200 Silverthorne John 972-523-4600 jwilliamhendry@gmail.c om Starter for Toyota Previa 1996. Brand new $70 970-845-2262 Marcha para Toyota Previa 1996. Nuevo $70 970-845-2262

22 inch Black Giovanna Rims, 5 Lug Universal Hole Pattern, Excellent Condition. $2500 Red Rock Detailing 970-510-6620 info@redrockdetailing.c om 5 Brand New BF Goodrich mud terrian/snow tires 255/75/r/17 $400 OBO 303-601-3262

Used Tires: 235-70-16, 205-55-16, 215-60-16, 215-70-16, 195-65-15 Call 970-404-2772 Wanted to Buy: Snow tires in good condition, size 195/65/15. Please call 970-376-5317. Yakima Space Cadet with towers and bars. $ 4 0 0 . 0 0 O B O. H o l d s camping gear and luggage for four. 970-524-2233

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Autos

Auto Accessories: Batteries, 845 cranking amps Both for $65.00 125 amp hrs @ 1 amp 970-390-4256

Custom Front End Cover, fits Corolla '05-08 CE & LE. Paid $120, sell for $45! New in box! Call 970-328-1899.

We buy cars for junk. Pay up to $250 depending on car. Compro carros para yonke. Pago hasta $250. 970-470-1014 Mirandaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Towing

Motorcycles

SUVs

Want to buyVehicles

Isuzu Amigo 1998 $2,900 2 door. Good condition. 1 6 2 K M a n u a l transmission. 4 Cylinder Alloy wheels. CD player. moon roof White Nicole 424-208-4154 nyandle@live.com

Honda Goldwing 1978 $2,000 OBO Great shape, many extras, 1000 cc's Call Al 970-471-2018

Jeep Wrangler X 2007 $18,775 2 door. Good condition. 46,000 Auto transmission. V6 Performance tires. Aftermarket Wheels CD/MP3 Player KC Hilites & Daylighters CB Radio with Flex Antenna W h i t e A l e x (970)331-1938 alexhall41@gmail.com

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1992 XLT 4x4 Ford Explorer w/5-speed manual. 142k. good mechanically; new head gaskets, etc. Body, paint & interior good. Good tires. 22+mpg. $1500. 970-904-0202

1994 Honda Accord Wagon LX in Good Cond. C l e a n a n d Well-Maintained. $2500 Cash. 199k orig. miles. Auto transmission. Call Bruce 970-471-2492. 2003 Chrysler Sebring. 118K Miles. Convertible. Runs Great. $4200. Call 970-390-1993

Suzuki Sidekick 1995 4x4, hi/lo range, 5-spd manual, 91k. 4-cyl, 23-27 mpg, AC, runs well, good tires, good exterior and interior. $2800obo. 970-309-6781 or 970 904-0202.

Honda V65 MAGNA, Black 1984 new Tires, Nice and Fast. 34K mi $2800 970-471-0905

Motorcycles 2005 Toyota Sienna LE, Auto, 119K. mi, Good Condition, A/C, CD, Good Tires. Asking $ 1 0 5 0 0 O B O . (970)376-3322

2002 Yamaha FZR-1 Excellent condition,silver,24000mil es,new tires,new fork seals.The bike needs n o t h i n g . C a l l (970)390-6569

Kymco People 150 2007 1695 Excellent condition. 1350 150 cc White Eric 303-518-7683 EDahman@comcast.net

9 9 S u b a r u F o r e s t e, Black, Auto, 158K miles. Choose from more than 25 Subaru's in stock. We finance anyone with approved credit. BUY HERE PAY HERE. Hwy 24 in Minturn. (970) 827-5336.

INTERESTED in selling your 97â&#x20AC;&#x2122; & up vehicle? Body damage/ mechanical problems or Junk cars 970-390-1993.

carS & TrucKS copper, cans, aluminum, appliances, brass, lead, steel and more!

Trinity Recycling

Utility Trailers

E n c l o s e d C a r Trailer/Wells Cargo MT2022W $5000 Edwards Excellent condition. Mark 970-904-1140 marknelson1186@gmail. com

970-331-6971 Eagle, Colorado

2003 Yamaha TTR125 Good condition. Electric Start Titled in Colorado $1450 Call 970-331-9710 for more info.

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Semi Trucks/ Trailers

BMW 1993 K1100RS $3,000 79,000mls BMW Tank bag BMW Side cases RaceTech front springs Ohlins rear Staintune header/silencer K&N oil filter Amsoil in all boxes 1500 miles on tires Heated grips ABS Tail rack K12 rear wheel Odyssey battery fork socks Clutch and suspension/steering bearings replaced Ready t o t r a v e l J a d e 970-471-2500

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2006 TOW DOLLY EXELENT CONDITION,BRAKES T O W S C A R S O R REGULAR TRUCKS,LIGHTS AND EVERYTHING WORKS PRICE $1100 PLEASE CONTACT TONY AT 970-376-3451

RENTAL TRAILERS.....Utility Trailers for RENT, short term. Bumper pull equipment Trailers up to 14,000 GVW, small utility trailers 7'x10', ATV trailers, bar be que trailers for portable parties, Hi pressure self contained hot water washers (trailer mounted with reservoir) Please call for pricing and availability Scott @ 970-309-3213

site during the first quarter of 2010. Classified advertisements in this publication are always online and always free to view. Call

SUVs Jeep Cherokee Sport 1989 $750 2 door. Manual transmission. new battery, new front tires 970-376-3983 or 970-306-5301

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Vans 1995 Dodge Van 16 pax. High miles, newer tranny. Runs strong. $1900 OBO. Greg 970-390-3020

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Car Dead? cash paid for any vehicle, including wrecks. (970) 904-0202 freeorlowcosttowing@g mail.com

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Auto Service $500-$2000 CASH for any Subaru 1999 & newer. Wrecked, running or b r o k e n d o w n . 970-389-8730

Autos

Merchandise

Transportation

Yamaha WR 450 2004 Great Bike, Great condition, titled, new tires, ready to ride. rshovet@gmail.com $2,800 970-376-4266

mail classifieds@ cmnm.org

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Pickers Welcome Antique Chicago Barber Chair $199 OBO 971-204-1139 Antique Gilbert Mantle Clock. Runs, but needs some work. Comes with pendulum and key. $40. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online. Antique Oak Armoire $99 OBO 941-204-1139 Antique Pine 2-Piece Buffet Cabinet $199 OBO 941-204-1139

Appliances Electric Fireplace Heater by Cambridge. Flame & Temp controls. 26" tall x 23" wide x 14" deep. Great for bedroom. $75. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online.


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Appliances

Arts/Crafts/Hobbies

Heavy Duty Dryer. Kenmore $100.00 Eagle Used condition but works well. Email Jen jpearsall88@hotmail.co m

Side by side refrigerator & freezer ice/water dispenser in door. Kenmore Coldspot Good condition all parts work.

SOLD

Washer. Kenmore 80 Series. $200 available in Eagle. Good condition. Energy Star rated. C o n t a c t J e n jpearsall88@hotmail.co m Whirlpool Washer & Gas Dryer. $120 for both. 970-445-0865

Arts/Crafts/Hobbies

Stained Glass Art, Original, Made by Artist/Seller; 3 panels, framed, 34"W x 29"H; One panel shown in ad; Aquatic theme; $4950.00 Silverthorne. Superb condition. Sharon 970-333-3692 srlhollis@comcast.net

Thomas W. Benton signed and framed silk-screen print, 35 " sq #4 in Circle Series. Close associate and friend of Hunter Thompson. $1,200 obo 970-349-7228

Children/Baby Items A Bucket of webkins & build a bear $15.00 eagle Gently used condition. Cooper 970-390-8511 ronandhollie@gmail.co m

Carrie Fell Paintings 4 Painting Package Offer: 2 Framed Original Paintings & 2 F r a m e d , Hand-Pulled, Signed/Numbered Serigraphs Insurance Value: +$31,000 Asking Price: $13,500 Condition: Excellent Additional Information: Available Upon Request Contact Information: Steve Guenin at (720) 218-8453 or email SRGuenin@gmail.com Grace Machine Quilting Frame $200. Used twice. Good condition. 970-524-9423

Children/Baby Items

Children/Baby Items

Bassinet. $90 Excellent condition.The Arm’s R e a c h M i n i Co-Sleeper.Travel bag and extra fitted sheet Included. Neutral color.Edwards,phone: 970 376 1715.

Kidz Tandem Bicycle The child rides and pedals in front! Gently used, greatly loved, now too small. Adjustable for kids 3 to 10. Seats for kids 1-4 and special needs kids available from manufacturer. Take your kid for a ride and preserve your own sanity. Only $900 (new, now $2,000) Paul or Angela 970 668-4985 pcm185@msn.com

Dunlap kids golf set . $25.00 each eagle Used condition. Cooper 970-390-8511 ronandhollie@gmail.co m Electric Scooters $125.00 Edwards Like new c o n d i t i o n . l i z 970-331-6522 elismac@hotmail.com Great fun, barely used. New costs 229.00 RAZOR E200 Fisher Price Rain Forest mobile $20.00 Vail Excellent condition. Heather 970-376-3963 hpriebe@gmail.com

Baby Evenflo Exersaucer activity center & Baby sit & stand activity center made of wood both in very good condition. $20 for both. Bebé Evenflo Exersaucer centro de actividades y de bebés sentarse y pararse centro de actividades, echo de madera en muy buenas condiciones. $ 20 para ambos 970-845-2262

FREE Wooden play structure with built-in fort and climbing wall in Eagle-Vail. Good condition - needs some TLC - sanding and a coat of stain. Contact Jennifer at 970-376-3960 or jenc93@comcast.net Great fun for kids from little to big! Graco Highchair. Gently used. $25. 970-688-0721

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Nerf Gun Lot- Dart tag . 25.00 eagle Gently used condition. Cooper Hawkins 970-390-8511 ronandhollie@gmail.co m New science kit 15.00 e a g l e C o o p e r 970-390-8511 ronandhollie@gmail.co m

Sleeping Bag Expander. Zips into your sleeping bag so it becomes a double size. Also works as childs own sleeping bag. Polarguard 3D, good to 10F. 25.00 Like new. 970 390-8645 Summer brand video camera for babies room with night vision and portable remote with video display. $75.00 Vail Excellent condition. Heather 970-376-3963 hpriebe@gmail.com Today's Kids Play yard-6 Panels. 20.00 located in eagle Gently used condition. 970-343-9261

Clothing

Garage/Yard Sales Avon: Garage Sale - 8 to 11 Saturday 7/21, 3028 Wildridge Road #4, in Wildridge. Furniture, KTM dirt bike, clothing, kids books, household items, bedding & much more! Eagle: 3 Family Garage Sale - 0124 Longview Avenue, 69 Greenhorn and 888 Sylvan Lake Road. Saturday 7/21 8:00am - Noon. Bikes, Children's clothes & toys, Furniture ans Misc, Garages are accessed through alleys. Eagle: Cheap - Cheap! Horse Tack Sale, Western, English Roping supplies, Saddles, Bridles, Bits, Blankets, horn wraps, shipping boots, EZ boots, head stalls, & much more! 3758 Salt Creek Rd., Salt Creek Ranch Arena. Sat. 7/21, 9 to 3. Eagle -garage sale 539 Golden Eagle dr Fri 7/20 2-6pm & Sat 7/21 8am-2pm video games movies couch&chair coffee table armoire dining table kitchen stuff misc 8ft ladder. Earlybirds welcome if door is open Eagle Ranch. 4th of July Rd & Callie Clark Ct. Sat July 21st. 7am to Noon. Little Tikes Pink playhouse, bike, scooter, toys, Kids, Women, & Men Clothing, kitchen, household items, and lots more. Cheap prices, Great deals!

Garage/Yard Sales

Garage/Yard Sales

Eagle Vail

Gypsum

Garage Sale Sat 7/21 8am-2pm 98 Pheasant Court All Sorts of stuff, antique wood burning stove, kholer bathtub, camping gear, incredible range of items.

MOVING SALE everything MUST go- Sat 7/21 8am-Noon 35 Willowstone Court. Furniture, toys, clothes.

Eagle-Vail Moving sale at 119 Elk Lane on Sat. July 21. from 8-12. Kids sports gear, teenage boy clothing, women clothing, electronics, ski gear, and lots more! Edwards 1110 June Creek Rd (Singletree) Sat 7/21 8AM-11AM Furniture ,Baby Items, Clothing Golf Clubs and more! Edwards 74 Castle Peak Lane 7/21/12 Garage sale. Saturday 9am Bargains Televisions Knick-knacks Anything practical Edwards: YARD SALE! 190 Remington Trail HOMESTEAD July 21, 2012 Saturday 8am-1pm Bookshelves, Furniture, Glassware, Housewares, Kids' clothes, Lamps, Pots & pans, Small appliances AND MUCH MUCH MORE! Gypsum 0023 Cochise Dr 7/21 Garage sale. Saturday 8am-12pm Full size Whirlpool gas washer and dryer $100 obo Bargains Furniture Curtains and draperies Desks Bikes Home decor Jewlery Lamps Pots & pans Books clothes everything CHEAP!! All must go!

MANY NEW ITEMS Fri 7/20 & Sat 7/21, 9 - 1. Large yard sale. 5297 Eaglebend Dr, Avon 81620. Baby/kid gear, kitchen/housewares, linens sets, clothes: men M/L, womens S/M, kids 0 - 8, skis/boots (adult), sm furn, bike trainer. G r e a t n a m e brands--everything in great condition!

Garage Sale = FREE PIZZA! * With your garage sale ad you’ll also receive signs & stickers! * Make sure all your preparation and hard work doesn’t go to waste- get PEOPLE to your sale and a free pizza too!

845-9937 www.vaildaily.com/ placead * Include correct physical address and your sale will be mapped online! Gondola Pizza Chapel Square - Avon

BIG BAR TOPS $5.00-12.00/BF Oak, Walnut or Beetle-Killed Pine Vintage Wood Supply 970 390-7405 Make a Bar in your Basement!

6Pc Dark Cherry Queen Bedroom Set. Head Board, Foot Board, Large Dresser, Top Piece for Dresser, Mirror, A night stand. 1000.00 or Best Offer. 970-471-1699.

BLITZ gerry can 5 gallon X 4 $25.00 each ~ Good condition. Ron Hawkins 970-401-3033 ronandhollie@gmail.co m

Bed- Full Size complete set. $150.00 Good condition. 970-524-6829 Gypsum

M I C H A E L K O R S "Bennet" Handbag, NEW With TAGS+DUST BAG, MD, Tan Soft Leather with Shiny Gold Tone Hardware and MK logo Hanging Tag, more pix online, Retails for 348+TAX, will sell for 265$ AVON 970-390 0019

Patagonia Release women's trail runner size 9 1/2 wore once $85 OBO vail megan 970-376-3766 megski@q.com

Collectibles CASH FOR WAR RELICS. I buy WW I and WW II German, US, and Japanese helmets, hats, medals, guns, etc. Top Prices Paid. Call Rich 970-748-4621 .

HARDWOOD BEAMS Choose Oak or Hickory, Hewn or Circ Sawn $3.00-$7.00/BF Vintage Wood Supply 970 390-7405 They've waited 100 yrs to be your mantel!

Bed- King Size. $350.00 Vail Like new condition. Rob Steinke 970 390 5559

Computer. iMac 21.5" Desktop $900 OBO. Less that 1 yr. old. Used rarely for writing. No scratches. Original box. Beautiful, Superb condition. Will deliver Aspen to Vail. Call or text for more info 405-742-7363.

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Entertainment Center $150 , you move it, in Gypsum. 970-390-6447.

Q Round glass table with antler base Q

Glass top 35" diameter, 19" off the ground, not quite a 1/2" thick. Beautiful antler base. $650.

Call Mark, 970-390-3444

Furniture/Home Furnishings

Electronics 42" Projection TV Toshiba FREE if you haul it away. Needs some electrical work. Jen 970-748-0271

Side Table. Western Style $199 Jen 970-949-6332 Avon jstrehler@comcast.net Table. Round light wood kitchen table, plus 2' extension $50 Avon Excellent condition. Erik 970-306-5662 erikvan01@gmail.com

Valore Shake syntectic roof shingles. 12 bundles field tile, 2 bundles ridge tile, 1 box coil nails. $450. 970-471-5304

Bed- Queen Size. 199.00 Vail Excellent condition. Rob Steinke 970.390.5559

2 five drawer dressers available. $60/each. Excellent condition. V a i l heleralves@gmail.com

Great quality Mirror from Bombay store in Denver, Big and Beautiful, Size 34"x46" 200$ Avon 970-390 0019

DVD/ Blu Ray Player, has apps (netflix, pandora, etc.), ethernet cable, HDMI Vizio $50 Edwards Good condition. Bryan 970-470-0116 bryanhoule@yahoo.com DVD Burner/Drive Ikebana 55.00 Vail Excellent condition. 970-331-6231

SONY reciever,100 disc cd-changer,tape deck, 2 large PIONEER and 2 small SONY speakers. $150 Edwards Brian 248-925-8123 TV, Sansui 20 inch with built-in DVD and VCR with remote very good cond. $50. Call Randy 970 376 1519 Video/Pic's Camcorder Panosonic 50.00 Vail Excellent condition.700x dig zoom, zoom mic, leash, perfect batt, 3.5. screen,light, remote,web cam 970-331-6231

BRAND NEW KING PILLOWTOP MATTRESS with BOX and WARRANTY $299!! Can Deliver 970-274-9276

45X37 FRAMED PICTURE $175 EAST VAIL Prime condition. MICHAEL 305-335-1475 A22PL@AOL.COM 4 Dining Room or kitchenChairs.white $40 Avon Basia 970 949 7051 basiabill@comcast.net American Furniture Brand New Camel Micro Fiber Couch & Chair $150 303-601-3262 Asian Style Low Chair. Super Sturdy. Cushion measures 24"x24". Seat is 15" high. Backrest 30" high. $50. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online.

Brand New Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop & Box Spring with Warrant y $ 1 7 5 . C a n Deliver 970-274-9276

Attention: Designers, Decorators, Homeowners. Classical, yet contemporary antiqued venetian mirrors made in Murano Italy. FAR BELOW WHOLE-SALE PRICES. 970-948-6667

Furniture/ Dining Room

Black faux leather storage bench. $60 Vail. Excellent condition. heleralves@gmail.com

Dining Room table 6 upholstered charis. $300.00 Vail Good condition. Rob Steinke 970 390 5559

Black GRANIT, 22"x55", Perfect for Kitchen or Bath Remodel or Update. Excelent Condition. 175 $ Avon 970-390 0019

Firewood/Fuel Firewood Fast, friendly service. Full, half, & face cords. Lower prices! Top Quality! 970-949-5018

Furniture/ Beds & Mattresses

17 INCHES OF PURE HEAVEN!! BRAND NEW 20 YEAR WARRANTY!!! Bamboo/Cotton blended fabric. You can Thank me upon Delivery!! $699 Includes the Box Spring. 970-274-9276 4 Brand New Twin Size Box Springs For Sale (located in Edwards). $40 each. Make an offer! (970) 390-9763

LA-Z-BOY recliner. Blue leather. Used condition. Shows some wear - but comfortable and cheap. $20. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online. Loveseat. $200.00 Vail Good condition. Off-white fabric,down filled cushions. By HENREDON. Pat 970-376-3134 patriciasperkins@hotma il.com Loveseat. $200.00 Vail Good condition.Off-white,fabri c,down filled cushions. By HENREDON. Pat 970-376-3134 patriciasperkins@hotma il.com Loveseat. $200.00 Vail Good condition. Off-white fabric,down filled cushions By HENREDON.Pat 970-376-3134 patriciasperkins@hotma il.com

Amp and Tuner OPTONICA 55.00 Vail Good condition. 970-331-6231

CASH FOR WAR RELICS. I buy WWI & WWII German, US, and Japanese helmets, hats, medals, guns, etc. Top prices paid. Call Rich 970 748 4621

Computer/Supplies

970•949•0555

Ironwood Buffalo/Bison Lamp. Overall 22" tall. Nice. Will include a few extra Ironwood animals. $125. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online.

For sale! TomTom car GPS! Used only several times! $100. Call me at 970-401-0530 or email m e a t smokke1982@gmail.com . Serious inquiries only

Garage Sales Map your route! Go to ads.vaildaily.com and click on the Garage Sales link to plot your garage sale adventure.

Furniture/ Beds & Mattresses

Metal swing set. Free you haul it, you can have it free. Eagle Vail Good condition. Kellie 970-904-2568 Jckcricca@comcast.net

Paper jams guitar & amp . $15.00 eagle Gently used condition. Cooper 970-390-8511 ronandhollie@gmail.co m

Army men toys . $15.00 eagle Good condition. Cooper 970-390-8511 ronandhollie@gmail.co m

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KOHLER "SIMPLICE" Kitchen Faucet in Polished Chrome, New in a box in Excellent Condition 120$ 970-390 0019

Couch with Sitting Chair and Ottoman combo

$1,500

MOVING SALE!

House Full of Furniture OBO 970-471-4909 Nightstand. $40 Excellent condition. V a i l heleralves@gmail.com

Pair of Arhaus Sofas and matching large ottoman. Beige and tan stripes. $800.00. Will sell pieces separately. Avon. Gently used condition. Denise Walker 832-455-6721 dee.walker369@gmail.co m Perfect for game room or marina Vintage cedar strip dinghy. $175 970-930-1499 forsaleinvail@gmail.com Pool Table. Brunswick Billiard 7 ft. Mahogany. Classic style. $1200.00 includes 10 cues, cue wall rack, ball set, camel vinyl cover, clear cover, and dark brown pad. East Vail / Mt. Meadow. Like new condition. Lynn 9 1 0 5 1 2 - 4 6 0 8 lmanderson2810@yahoo .com

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Glass top 35" diameter, 19" off the ground, not quite a 1/2" thick. Beautiful antler base.

$540

Call Mark, 970-390-3444 Oval Maple Dining Table(62" x42") $50. E d w a r d s G o o d condition. Kate 970-401-3088 Kgrace2012@hotmail.co m

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Shadow Box Coffee Table. 48"x24"x16" tall. Rustic look. Great for displaying special items. $75. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online.


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Jewelry

Musical

Gently used AMF Playmaster Pool Table, $1800. Beautiful wood finish, includes accessories. Edwards, Excellent condition. Ann, 970-390-0874.

REPUTABLE GOLDSMITH paying CASH for gold, silver, platinum jewelry, gold or silver coins, nuggets, sterling silver sets. Many loyal customers thank me for BEST RETURNS, BEST SERVICE and convenient appointments. I Recycle, Remake, and Repair. For today's spot see: ronthegoldguy.com. Call Ron (970) 390-8229 Buying gold, diamonds, platinum and silver. Custom jewelry, repairs. Dave @ Summit Gold, 309 Main St./Frisco 970-668-0101.

Lawn & Garden Acres of Trees - Spruce, Foxtails, Aspens $20, Wholesale, Since 1974. For appt. 719-836-2639

Olhausen Remington 9ft pool table with accessories (cues, lights, balls, cover, felt) $2500, in EXCELLENT condition. Breckenridge. call Dirk 203 434 3989 or e m a i l t o dlraemdonck@gmail.co m

Health & Beauty Massage Chair $50 OBO Used condition. Black. Works just fine for events, not the prettiest. pics on request. Jenny 970-390-7204 riccabella@comcast.net

Hobbies

Fake Indoors Tree - $30 Excellent condition. V a i l heleralves@gmail.com Hydrofarm Sunburst 400 watt grow light $150 Convertible for both metal halide and Sodium-very low hrs. 970-914-6004 must sell, moving in 2 weeks LARGE COMPLETE Hydroponics System (2) Tents, (2) 4x4 Trays, (2) Resoviours, Timers, Pumps, Fans, CO2 System, (5) Lights and Ballasts, Used for 2 Months $5000 OBO 970-471-4909 Lawnmower cordless rechargeable used 3 times - too heavy - paid $325 - sell $250 970 479-0365

Miscellaneous Merchandise

Grolsch Snap Top Bottles $3ea OBO Avon Jen 970-949-6332 jstrehler@comcast.net

Home Health/ Medical Equip Queen Mattress, Good Condition, no boxspring $75 970-331-3004

Hot Tubs/ Spas & Pools Pool Table 7 ft. Brunswick Billiard c l a s s i c s t y l e mahogany $1200. Located in East Vail at Mt. Meadow. Like new condition. Includes 10 cues, cue wall rack, ball set, camel vinyl cover, clear cover, brown pad, excellent condition camel felt. Lynn 910-512-4608

Housewares Antique trig-a-matic cookie chef/pastry gun. $20 Edwards Used condition. Brian 248-925-8123 montague416@yahoo.co m CUISINART 6 Bottle Wine Chiller $100 E d w a r d s G o o d condition. Brian 248-925-8123 montague416@yahoo.co m Delonghi cafe capri coffee and expresso maker $25 Edwards Good condition. Brian 248-925-8123 montague416@yahoo.co m Service for 8 CONTEMPORY WHITE DISHES $45.00 VAIL Prime condition. 305-335-1475 A22PL@AOL.COM

Bicycles/Mopeds

Exercise Equipment

1-2 yr old used Norco Shore II Downhill Bikes for Sale, $800-$1200. Call Kyle for details 970923-0430.

33 heavy duty BUSS fuses up to 600 volt glenwood NEW in Box bearandblizz@yahoo.co m Antler Handle Fireplace Tool Set with Stand. Would look great next to any fireplace. $100. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online.

1997 Fender Squire Jazz Bass. Rarely played. Near New! Includes: Arion Bass Chorus Peddle. Hercules Heavy-Duty Stand. Gig Bag. Strap. Chords. Eagle. $399.00 Kelly: 970-471-1742 Peavey 4x12 guitar cab 80's vintage with black widow speakers, great shape, 4 ohm $150, must sell moving in 2 weeks 970-914-6004 Peavey Floor Monitors 12 inch $100 for Both in Eagle-must sell, moving in 2 weeks 970-914-6004 P I A N O $ 1 0 0 Breckandies@Comcast.n et Gently used condition. 970 547 9957 Breckenridge Pyle Pro floor monitors 12 inch 600 watt $150 for both-must sell moving in 2 weeks 970-914-6004

Used Restaurant Equipment: 2 reach in coolers, b a k e r ’ s b i n s , bread/sheet pans, ice machine, tables & chairs, conveyor bagel toaster. 970-404-1955.

FREE WOODEN PALLETS

Makes great firewood, you pick-up and haul away. Always have plenty in stock! CMNM 200 Lindberg Dr Gypsum Co 81637 970-328-6333 ext 12505 Ask for Brian Schofield Hotsy Top Load Parts Washer. $2,500. Excellent condition. 970-328-7219 Trampoline 12 feet $145 Eagle vail Good condition. Katherine 9703760036 kathypford@yahoo.com Wicker Trunks and Baskets. Assorted wicker items. 2 nice large trunks and a few misc baskets. One price takes 'em all. $50. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online.

3 x 16" Cheng Shin Enduro/ Dirt/ Bike tubetype semi- knobby Tire + tube w/ metal valve !Like new condition. $50 contact Mark @ 970-471-4469 Vail Antique Schwinn Racer w/sturmey-archer 3 speed hub $50 Avon Good condition. Scott 9 2 0 3 6 9 - 0 0 7 7 nordho@hotmail.com

Bike Friday w/case Excellent Condition $685.00 970-390-4256

Tickets/Ski Passes/ Events ALL TICKETS BUY/SELL NFL-NHL-MLB-NCAA www.denverticket.com toll free 1-800-500-8955 KENNY CHESNEY-TIM MCGRAW $135.00 ea Sports Authority Field Denver July 21 pati 918-636-7733 offtocolo@yahoo.com> Sec 106, row 14, will sell 2 or 4 together

Tools/Hardware 12" slide/compound saw dewalt $50.00 gypsum Used condition. john roeser 3766322 roesers@centurytel.net

BRAND NEW STRIDER BALANCE BIKES $89 BRECKENRIDGE KELLY 914-299-1183 Douglas Pro 6/4 C o m p a c t 4 7 C M: t h i s road bike is a total custom build with Garmin Edge 305. A must see in excellent condition! Built new. Freshly tuned for the season. $5465, selling for $2500. Please call Jonathan, (720)440-1511.

Router w/Table/Bits Skil $100 Eagle 970-914-6004

Vacuums

Giant Sedona DX Women's Hybrid Bicycle, 26", 21 Speed. Great for town or trail! $350. Gypsum. Excellent condition. Michelle 970-524-7150 thecateredevent@hotmail.com kidz Tandem $ 900. Excellent condition. 970 668 4985

Canister Vacuum, Bagless technology, Lightweight design, Small size but powerful, Automatic cord rewind, Great for car cleaning, garage or house 35$ Avon 970-390 0019

Bicycles/Mopeds 110 / 90-12 m/c 64P Shinko tubeless scooter Road Tire. load range B, Like new condition in Vail. Mark $50 970-471-4469 or snowryder_md@hotmail .com

MOUNTAIN 26" BIKE COMFORT, TC150, KHS $160.00 Good condition. 305-335-1475 A22PL@AOL.COM

OCTANE Q47e Elliptical Near New; Stride Adjustment; Wireless heart monitor; $1750.00 (970) 618-1529

Mountain Bike $750 Norco - full suspension, g r e a t s h a p e 970-331-1305

Pre Cor commercial grade EFX 556 elliptical cross trainer no use 6k new $1500 takes it go to precor.com for details 390-7565

Road bike Giant OCR3, large frame, w computer Excellent condition,low miles $450.00 Tom 970.390.7809

Small hard tail Yeti frame and fox fork (F series 100 MM travel) asking $650 fork was just serviced, frame is very light weight. Used as a racing bike for 2 seasons, Great bike for making into single speed or racing. Silverthorne Excellent condition. Crystal 970 389-0122 crystallanemiller@yaho o.com X-treme Scooter 700W 48V Electric Hubmotor (in rim) speed 20+ mph $199.99 Like new condition.in Vail Call Mark 970-471-4469 snowryder_md@hotmail .com

Boats & Boating Supplies

Boat Anchors a 16lb danforth and a 16lb grapple both galvanized $20. each call Randy 970 376 1519

Kidz Tandem Bicycle The child rides and pedals in front! Gently used, greatly loved, now too small. Adjustable for children about 3 to about 10. Seats for kids 1-4, special needs kids, available from manufacturer. Take your kid for a ride and preserve your own sanity. Only $900 (new cost now $2,000) Paul or Angela 970 668-4985 pcm185@msn.com Limited Edition SE Racing. “PK Ripper” BMX Bike. Asking: $600 OBO. glsloz@aol.com

Inflatable Sea Eagle,

Paddle ski. Ready to go. Includes seats, paddles, pump & fishing seat.

$1000

970-524-2233

SOLD! SOLD! Camping

Instant CANOPY 10x10 $50. new cond in box Call Randy 970 376 1519 Sleeping Bag Expander. Zips into your sleeping bag so it becomes a double size. Also works as childs own sleeping bag. Polarguard 3D, good to 10F. 25.00 Like new. 970 390-8645

Exercise Equipment

Schwinn Airdyne exersize bike ,Gently used condition. $200. Tom 970.390.7809

Elliptical Natutilus 3000 Superior condition $550.00 970-390-4256 GOLDS GYM Weight Bench w/ leg att. 40.00 Vail Excellent condition. 970-331-6231

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Hunting

Sporting Goods

2 0 0 7 B O W T E C H ALLEGIANCE COMPOUND BOW 29" draw, ripcord drop away rest, cobra sight ready to shoot.Great condition. $400 970-331-9910

Mens 10.5 size Roller blades $20 Edwards Good condition. Brian 248-925-8123 Sunnto Observer Stainless X6HR Watch, HR Monitor, Altimeter, Compass, $225 970-401-3848

Wanted to buy/ Recreation Elk and Deer antlers Wanted, Weekend Pickup, all antlers,any amount, 208-403-3140, Facebook tex creek antler

Now Accepting: Gently Used-

Starting 8/1: We will accept WINTER GEAR! Contact us for business to business service! Pick up avail. by apt. for large quantities. Buy directly from Website at www.allout-

Elk & Deer Antlers Local Buyer 970-390-1495

Ski Equipment

weights and 2 bars low prices call Randy 970 376 1519

Weights and Bench Excellent Condition $125.00 970-390-4256

Firearms/Supplies

Custom Oak Gun Cabinet $200.00 Excellent condition. Lighted, Lockable, 8 Gun Display Cabinet. Includes additional storage in lower portion. 970-401-3174 C V A B o b c a t Muzzleloader, Fiber Optic Sight, Great Youth or Beginner's Gun for the upcoming seasons, Like new condition. Located in Eagle. $100 OBO. Jon 970-328-1502 Kimber 1911 TLE II 7.50 vail Like new condition. mike 970-306-5744

Tactical Shotgun 20gage $650 Like new condition. Sagia AK style 20 with extra mags, custom trigger. joe 970 306 9511

doorconsignment.com

Located at 313 Chambers Ave Unit F in Eagle. Business Hours are Tuesday - Friday 10-5 and Saturday 9-2. 970-328-7355

RV Storage

2012 Salomon SPK Pro Boot Size: 27.5- $200 OBO.Good condition only used one season. Includes SCS toe cushioning to eliminate toe bang, a high density pad and 2 layers of gel under the heel to absorb shocks when landing. One buckle is missing a bolt, but still intact and buckles fine! New 2012 model, originally bought for $500. take advantage of this good deal! Give me a call at (970) 331-5141

RV/Contractor/Land/Irrigated Storage low rates.390.6970

Blizzard Titan Pro skis 193 $75 970-914-6004 good cond. no bindings can be drilled one more time Garmont Endorphine Mg touring ski boots with Gfit liner not heated yet $200 used once size 28.0 - 970-914-6004 K2 Maiden AK w/ marker bindings - 189 $175 970-914-6004 K2 Twin Tips $75 139cm w/ JR binding. Good Cond. 970-949-6332 jstrehler@comcast.net SNOWSHOE PACKAGE Chinook series 825 65.00 Vail. Brand new, Shoes, Poles, and a small bag to carry both. 970-331-6231

Spyder Race Suit Y14/16 $75 OBO 970-949-6332 jstrehler@comcast.net

Pets - Cats 1-2 yr adorable cats for adoption. Variety of colors, smaller. Make an appt to see them at new adoption center! Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net Arcata - SWEETEST 9 year old female brown tabby, wonderful with other cats - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net Bella - Beautiful 6 year old shorthair, white with grey, has lived w/ dogs & cats - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net Bobbi - 8 yr short hair declawed brown tabby female good with other cats - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net.

Fishing Fly Rod, Reddington, 10', 4 piece, 6/7 line. Great boat, float tube, nymph, streamer rod. $300 new. $100 w case. Eagle. Good condition. Bob 970-390-3336. Instant CANOPY 10x10 $50.new condition very quick set up and in box. Call Randy 970 376 1519 waders with built in boot $25 Avon Gently used condition. Bill 970 949 7051 basiabill@comcast.net

Golf Taylor Made Burner 3wood 15* Rflex, Brand New, $75 970-401-3848

LOOK K G 4 6 1 H A N D MADE French Carbon Road Bike, Large 59cm, Shimano Altegra, Mavic Ksyrium Wheels $1425 xcel cond 970-401-3848 Martin R - 13 Electric Bike 36 volt lithium Excellent condition - 3 speeds great for commuter with 40 mile range asking $850 VAIL Call TJ 970-331-8532 or e mail storage@vail.net

P r o F o r m 7 5 5 Crosstrainer Treadmill $400 obo obo Excellent condition. $1199 new used 10-12 times. George 713-213-2817 ghricik@comcast.net

Campers/RVs

Jayco Pop Up Trailer 2 slide outs w/ queen & king bed, kitchen, table, storage, patio awning, $2700

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Hockey & Hunting Gear

A variety of wake boards, wake skates, surf board $100.00 to $200.00 Good condition. Call Harry 970-390-9743

Boats-Fishing

48"x30"x30" JOBOX $150.00 gypsum Used condition. Jeff (970) 471-3282

Audio Video Carts 33-99 steel frame and bearings, with electrical outlets, great for shop of office bearandblizz@yahoo.co m Free to good homes, offices and schools: Blank newsprint endrolls available for you to pick up at our newspaper facilities: Stop by 200 Lindbergh Dr. in Gypsum or call 328-6333 ext. 12502 to arrange pick up of these endrolls. Also available on site at the Aspen Times & Vail Daily offices. (Unfortunately end rolls will no longer be available at the Post Independent office.) Recycling is a good thing!

2007 Giant Glory 8 SIZE SM (16") Excellent condition. Used for only one summer season in 2010. $1250 Call Adam for more info 970-331-9710.

Restaurant Equipment

Recreation

BOYT'S FISHING/HIKING VEST Brand New $25. Edwards Like new condition. Kate 970-401-3088 Kgrace2012@hotmail.co m

Bicycles/Mopeds

RON"THE GOLD GUY "

Storage Bench in excellent condition $60 V a i l heleralves@gmail.com Pic on vaildaily.com

Gaming Supplies

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Pets

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Titlest D1 907 driver and Scotty Cameron Newport putter $65/club. Callaway FT3 driver and Callaway Fusion 3W $50/club. Good condition. Vail Ken 970-471-6220 WEDGE SET: Nice set of GW(52*), SW(56*) and LW(60*). $30 Used. 970-476-2367

Thule Universal Flat T o p S k i a n d Snowboard Rack Thule $80.00 Edwards Excellent condition. Abby 970-306-9992

Sporting Goods Callaway Golf Bag. New Condition. Burgandy color. Has 7 zippered pockets and the club cover. $40. Call 970-904-1864. See pictures online. JWJ 5mm Wetsuit Black & Burg. Men's Sm / Women's Med. Gently used condition. Call Mark in Vail @ 970-471-4469 or snowryder_md@hotmail .com lacross shoulder pads good condition $20. Easton brand, size medium call Randy 970 376 1519

Gage - good-natured jet black young adult male, loves to sit on your lap and purr purr purr, in foster for the Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-390-9969; humane@vail.net Jasmine - 7 year Himalayan, calm, loves to lay on your lap and be pet, good w/ other cats Eagle Valley Humane S o c i e t y 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net Kit Kat - grey and white tabby full of personality, affectionate - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-280-5738; humane@vail.net. Nala - black & white spayed declawed female, 9 yrs, good w/ other cats - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net


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Pets - Cats

Pets - Dogs

Pets - Dogs

Pets - Dogs

The EAGLE VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY's cat adoption room has moved! Call or email us t o v i s i t : 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net. View @ petfinder.com

All Eagle Valley Humane Society dogs kept in foster. New fosters always needed! Commitment ranges from days to weeks. 970-280-5738/humane@ vail.net for more info! Am Bulldog mix - Vinnie - friendly boisterous young adult, will do best in home w/out young kids due to age & size Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173 Basset Hound/Pitbull mix - "Jazzy" - 4 yr girl, loves to play tug of war & to swim, looks like a pit w/ short legs Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173 Border Collie mix - Annie Bean - 5-7 yrs, quiet sweetheart, ok w/ cats Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173

German Shepherd - Kasey is 8 years old , Loves people and kids.Needs a home where she can have a routine. Applicat i o n a t luckydayrescue.org then call 970-379-4606.

Havanese Pups, AKC, Rare, M & F, $1200.00 & Up, Ph. (719) 375-1965

Boxer - Bamtah - 5 yr female, incredibly sweet - Colorado Animal Rescue - 970-947-9173 Boxer - "Kennedy" sweet 5 yr girl whose owner passed away, loves people - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173

Brittany Spaniel/Collie mix-Norman is 1 year old, loves dogs and kids and is an all around happy boy. Application at luckydayrescue.org then call 303-478-0662. Calvin - breed is our best guess! We DO know that he LOVES to play with dogs & wants to please! Medium size, 3 yrs. No cats. Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387) Cattle dog - "Gamble" 1 yr male, all white w blue eyes, intelligent, deaf and looking for a special home! - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173 Cattle dog mix - Tramp 4 years old, red/white, a good boy, happy, intelligent - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood 970-947-9173

Henry is a 7 year old Aus. Shepherd mix. Teddy bear at 37 pounds. Well behaved and gets along with everyone. Application at luckydayrescue.org then call 970-379-4606. Husky - "Klondike" senior boy good w/ cats & dogs, sweet, fostered in Gypsum - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173 Lab/Golden X - Hubby well behaved boy, great w/ people & other a n imals, needs home where w/ his person much of the time - Colorado Animal Rescue - 970-947-9173

Labradoodle puppies. Ready now. All colors. Great family dogs, lownon shed. 970-240-4652 www.1-labradoodlebreeder.com

Cattle dog - "Newman" 1-2 yrs, black & white, energetic, ready to work & play!, no cats Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173 Cattle dog/shepherd mixes - "Zoot & Bizzy" older brother and sister, laid back, love the outdoors - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173

Leonburger/labdoodle mix $400.00 Female 6 weeks black 3 puppies Good with children Shots current wavy black fur 970 926-9178 sheryl@netengleby.com Edwards

Chihuahua - "Matthew" - simply looking for retirement home, favorite hobbies = sleeping & eating! Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173

Manchester Terrier/Min Pin mix - "Moon" cuddly good-natured fellah great with other small dogs, 2 yrs - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); humane@vail.net

Chihuahua mix - "Radar" - cutest puppy, black with white, loves to be held, good w/ other dogs - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood 970-947-9173

Mastiff mix - Biggins BIG active young adult! Will be great for someone looking to train a new best friend, no kids (too big!) Colorado Animal Rescue - 970-947-9173 Min Pin/Chihuahua mix "Uncle Buck" - 5 yrs, black and tan, cutest lap dog, quiet - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173

French Bulldog Puppies 7 weeks old, 5 puppies left. 2 males, 3 Females. 1st shots, Wellness Check, Avail - July 24th $ 2 , 0 0 0 E m a i l design544@optimum.net Or call 970-433-8351

Norrbottenspets - 1.5 yrs, loves hiking & playing w/ dogs, will be good fit for outdoor enthusiast, med size. E a gle Valley Humane Society - 970-328-7387 humane@vail.net

Perfect Med. sized Grt. Dane x Catahoula pup approx. 1 yr. old. Wow now he is truly one amazing, gorgeous, smart and fun Pup! - ALL heads will turn!! 970-274-1690 submit app. @ www.puarf.com today! Pitbull - Leah - beautiful blue 5 yr purebred, LOVES to swim, loves people, been to doggie daycare, great off leash - Eagle Valley Humane Society - 328-PETS humane@vail.net Pitbull mix - "Darla" - 2 yr goofy girl, wishes she was a lap dog! Good w/ dogs, would do best in a home w/ kids over 10 Colorado Animal Rescue - 970-947-9173 Pitbull - "Sprocket" beautiful blue young a d u l t , g r e a t temperment, loves to play with other dogs Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173 Pit/Pointer/Lab mix "Tamari" - loyal girl, great w/ kids, fav game is fetch, no cats Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173

We moved to Denver from the mountains and our 2 AKC certified Alaskan Malamutes can't take the heat! They are free to a good home and someone who will exercise them daily! We ask for a donation for the supplies, but it is not necessary (dishes, leashes, brushes, harnesses, etc.). They are very gentle with children and other dogs. Shots are current and all med records available. Call text or email Dirk (970) 471-0387 ride8150@gmail.com.

Pet Supplies/ Services Dog Ramp for Car, $55, Minturn, New condition. Heavy duty, folds in half, suitable for large dog. Tamara 970 376-3480 Pet barrier $20. aprox. 40x18 with extensions and supports can be used in car or SUV call Randy 970 376 1519 View petfinder.com to see pics of many of Colorado Animal Rescue's adoptable pets! Visit petfinder.com to search for adoptable dogs by breed and zipcode! See pics & a most up to date list of the Eagle Valley Humane Society's dogs.

Retiring Sled Dogs up for adoption! Please call 970-453-7855 or snowcapssleddogs.com if you are interested in giving these hard working dogs a great home. Rottweiler -Cavalarayoung adult excellent w/ all people, kids, cats, & dogs. A big lovebug. Ask us about the extra care he needs! Colorado A n i m a l R e s c u e 970-947-9173 Rottweiler/Shepherd mix - Maxwell - 10 yr nice boy, loves laying in the sunshine, looking for nice retirement home Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173 Schipperke/Chihuahua mix - "Lego" - 8 months, good w/ dogs & cats, playful - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173

The Shih tzus Sisters! Polly & Molly - 8 yrs, happy girls, great company, looking for a home together - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-390-9969; humane@vail.net

Livestock/Animals

Pets - Dogs

German Shepherd Duke is a 5 year old . Knows commands and is very smart. Loves to be with his person. Visit www.frgsr.org for more info.

Livestock Supplies & Services Does your horse need special care? KGK Horseshoeing and Hoof Trimming. 970-485-1367.

Saddles & Tack New & Used Saddles & Bridles. Clothing & Accessories At Everything but The Horse. Saddle & Tack Consignment Store. 40833 Hwy 6, Eagle Vail. Tue-Fri. 10 to 4, Sat 10-2. Anytime by appt 970-343-0334

Lost Lost 37 yr old wedding ring, white & yellow gold, diamond makes the flower, lost on the 15th or 16th of July. Please call if found 918-855-8639 REWARD!!

LOST- Chocolate Lab(small)-Gary- from Avon. He is skiddish around people. Lost on 07-11-12 in Minturn on the grouse creek trail, Last seen heading towards eagle-vail. Has collar and tags. If spotted please contact Jordan at 810-824-6698

Hire Me Award-winning, nationally syndicated writer based in Aspen, Colo., available to assist in the process of creating, editing and fine-tuning college, law and graduate school essays, expository and creative writing papers, books, memoirs, business plans, resumes, website and brochure copy, speeches, toasts, wedding vows, tributes and other types of writing projects. Can work in person (in Aspen) or remotely. Call 970-319-7031 or e-mail AspenWritingAssistance@yahoo.com for rates and to schedule a consultation.

MATH TUTOR Does your child need help with Math? Hire me to help. I am certified for K-8 Math. Available evenings and some weekends. Give me a call. Daryn Arnold 970-524-0657 OR 970-688-0366

Remodel special Granite counter tops, Carpet all brands, Tile, Slate &Travertine. 15 yrs Experience Insured Design installation & sales. 970-390-2808

Two, AKC Alaskan Malamutes free to the right home. These dogs are brother and sister, 4 yrs old and good with dogs and children. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY! Please call, text or email Dirk. (970) 471-0387 ride8150@gmail.com Denver Westie mix - "Schnitzel" - young adult male, goofy friendly boy, "smiles" at you, good w/ other dogs - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173

Horse boarding Eagle, Arena, Pastures, Paddocks, Shelters, Trails, 970-390-8981 Salt Creek Ranch Horses for sale & stud service, full boarding, trails, 970-328-3878

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Coach. JV Volleyball Coach for VCHS 8/13-11/18, knowledge of volleyball, exp. working with youth. 970-331-9948 Tim

Coach

Atwater On Gore Creek is currently hiring:

Vail Mountain School: Coaches needed for fall sports: Varsity Boy's Soccer - head coach; Girl's Volleyball assistant coaches. Send R e s u m e t o : toreilly@vms.edu.

Experienced Culinary Positions Full Time Year Round Available Based on Experience Assistant Restaurant Manager AM/PM Server Cocktail Server Room Service Server Host/Hostess

Government

To apply, please visit: www.vailcascade.com EOE

Court Judicial Assistant Eagle Combined courts (Eagle): Full-time, general clerical position in support of the courts. Must have at least a HS diploma and two years of clerical or legal experience. Good customer service sills and familiarity with computers is preferred. MUST be able to type 50 wpm with accuracy. $15.57/hr. Benefits include health, dental, life insurance, pension plan and paid time off. Apply at www.courts.state.co.us/ careers. Application deadline July 26.

Senior Accountant The City of Salida has a career opportunity for a detail-oriented accountant with strong customer service skills. This full-time position is primarily responsible for utility billing, payroll, G/L, reconciliations and financial reports. BS degree. Experienced (Non-Manager) Full Benefits. EOE. Apply at jobs@cityofsalida.com ref Senior Accountant.

Health Care Front Desk Part time front office position for busy dental practice. Must be flexible, coachable and humble to fit our high functioning team. Fax resume to: 970-949-9988.

Front Desk Manager & Front Desk Agent Hotel Gasthof Gramshammer Gramshammer a small family owned Hotel in Vail Village is looking for a Front Desk Manager and Front Agent. The position includes all hotel front desk duties and concierge. Previous two years experience is required. Please send resumes to resume@pepis.com Housing available.

Front Desk Manager.

Hiring for Front Desk Manager Year Round Position Exceptional customer service skills required Must work weekends Prior hotel/condo experience required Please send resume to Ryan MacLachlan at: rmaclachlan@theresortcompany.com or call (970)845-8840

Manager.

Building Services Nikon S9100 Camera Lost on Bowman's Shortcut - Commando Run Saturaday July 14, 2012, photo's of new grandson and family Ken Keith 970-845-0703 ken.keith@comcast.net 8am-6pm $50 Reward

Found Found Toyota key with remote. Found in single tree round-a-bout. Call 970-904-2137

Maintenance Technician.

We have an immediate full-time opening for a skilled Maintenance Technician. Skills should include plumbing and carpentry. CPO certification preferred. Position includes competitive compensation and benefits package. Please email resume and references to maintenance@vailracquetclub.com.

Domestic Events 3-on-3 basketball tourney 9am Saturday, July 28th at the new Riverside Middle School in Castle Valley Ranch, New Castle (outdoor courts behind school)

The Painted Pitchfork are selling beautiful, well bred horses.

$20 per player Pre-register - Mike Cox at coachmike24@msn.com 970-984-0332 All ages, male and female teams welcome

2-6 Year Olds Started. Call: 970-625-3060

Zach Schwartz Memorial 6th annual scholarship fundraiser

Yearlings

970•949•0555

3rdaveflooring@live.com

Horses & Mules Convenient pasture boarding. BLM. Eagle $145/mth 390-6970

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Caretaker Caretakers sought to reside in Beaver Creek home. Candidates would be a responsible couple who would provide maintenance/caretaker services in exchange for rent. Living quarters are separate from the main house. 8168922@MtnJob.com

Drivers/Transportation Driver Tow Truck Driver Needed at the West Vail Shell. Apply in person.

The Steadman Clinic is seeking FT manager of Medical Records Department and Clinic HIPAA Compliance Officer. 3 years experience required for this position. Please email resume to jobs@thesteadmanclinic.com

Great Career Opportunities are currently available at the Vail Cascade, and Aria Club & Spa. We are currently looking for: Asst. Director of Engineering National Sales Manager

RN & CNA

The valley's only non-profit provider: RN wanted for PRN. Week-end work included. CNA’s also wanted. Mail resume to: Hospice of the Valley PO Box 1474 Edwards, CO 81632 attn: Lindy

We are currently looking for: Spa Front Desk / Massage Therapist Nail Technician Spin Instructor To apply, please visit: www.vailcascade.com EOE

Hospitality Alpine Staffing Needs Housekeepers with Hotel experience. Housekeepers necesito hotel exteriencia Call 970-748-8811 Weekly pay/Pago semanalmente

SANDSTONE CREEK CLUB • Housekeeping Help for Saturday Only • Must apply in person between 8 & 3 Monday through Friday. • We e-verify Sandstone Creek Club 1020 Vail View Drive


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Hospitality Fitness Director.

Hospitality

www.eastwestresortsjobs.com

East West Resorts & The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa busca Housekeepers para trabajar en nuestras propiedades en el Valle de Vail. Compensación empieza a $12/hora además de muy buenos beneficios! Hay posiciones temporales y de año redondo disponibles. Aplique en internet: www.eastwestresortsjobs.com

The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa is hiring a Fitness Director to manage the Athletic Club at the Westin. For position details and to apply, go to:

www.eastwestresortsjobs.com

Multiple Positions.

Multiple Positions. Maintenance Tech.

Email Resume to Maintenance@vailmountainlodge.com

FOOD AND BEVERAGE • Venue Supervisor • Bartender • Back Server • Servers • Greeter • Line Cook • Chef de Partie • Steward • Stewarding Supervisor • Banquets House Person ROOMS • Telephone Attendant • Reservations Agent • Overnight Bell Attendant • Overnight Front Desk Agent • Butler • Parking Attendant • Housekeeping Attendants • Housekeeping Supervisor REMÈDE SPA • Supervisor (PT) Nail Technician • Front Desk Agent • Massage Therapist (O/C)

Maintenance Technician.

Immediate Opening for an Experienced Maintenance Technician (full-time/year round, (3 day/2 swing shifts) Basic building maintenance skills required & must have a valid driver's license. Apply in person at 120 Offerson Road in Beaver Creek or submit resume to: bgonzales@thecharter.com

Please apply in person at the Evergreen Lodge or e-mail resumes to

Multiple Positions.

www.eastwestresortsjobs.com

Maintenance Tech I Full time, year round position. Must have troubleshooting skills! • Basic electrical knowledge • Basic plumbing knowledge • Drywall & painting knowledge Flexible shifts, mornings and evenings. Dependable, English-speaking, hard working.

• Housekeeping/ Maintenance Director's Assistant Must have a minimum two years of continuous experience as housekeeping supervisor. Must be bilingual English/Spanish.

juann@evergreenvail.com

The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa is hiring: • Overnight Runner • Night Audit For details and to apply:

MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES • Assistant Director of Finance • Assistant General Manager Chef's Club by FOOD & WINE The strongest candidates will have excellent verbal and written English language skills as well as prior experience in the preferred line of business. The St. Regis Aspen is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/D. We require consent to pre-employment drug testing for all positions. Applications accepted online at www.stregis.jobs/aspen

The Sonnenalp Resort of Vail is currently accepting applications for the following positions available immediately: • Human Resources Assistant • Lead Massage Therapist • Baker Apply online at https://sonnenalpjobs. iapplicants.com or in person at 20 Vail Road, Vail, CO 81657

Industrial Batch Plant Operator UNITED COMPANIES Is seeking applicants to fill the following job openings: Batch Plant Operator Interested persons must apply online. Competitive wages and benefits. jobs.oldcastle.com Select Requisition ID 12013

Landscaping Landscaper.

Landscapers

Do you like to work outside? Vail is looking for reliable energetic people for the summer landscaping crew. To apply visit www.vailgov.com

Media Reporter.

Reporter Granby, Colorado

Communications Technicians

Open to adventure? Start your climb.

Let’s connect. Immediate opportunities are available for Technicians to install, reconnect, add and/or change video products or services, home theater, surround sound and more. You’ll also troubleshoot and repair existing installations, and explain to customers how equipment is used. In addition to a competitive salary, you’ll enjoy benefits such as courtesy cable and high-speed Internet services; discounted phone service; Medical, Prescription, Dental and Vision coverage; vacations/holidays, and much more. A valid driver’s license, the agility to climb poles, and an upbeat,service-oriented personality are musts. Move up to a better future.

Apply now: www.comcast.jobs/5131 EOE/AA/Drug-Free Workplace Employer.

Office/Clerical

Multiple Positions.

• Part time Houseman Person must be flexible to work two to four days per week East West Resorts and The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa are currently seeking Housekeepers to work at our properties throughout the Vail Valley. Compensation starts at $12/hour plus great benefits! Seasonal & Year Round positions available. Apply online:

Friday, July 20, 2012

Experienced, flexible general assignment reporter sought for a fast-paced newsroom in the Colorado Rockies. Successful applicant will possess proven reporting skills, the ability to produce creative, accurate work on tight deadlines, have a strong work ethic and be social media and web savvy. The Sky-Hi News publishes two days per week in a community that is is home to world class skiing, mountain biking, climbing, hiking, rafting, fishing and hunting on the western doorstep to Rocky Mountain National Park. We work hard and play hard. If you are dedicated to community journalism and are ready to excel in an award-winning newsroom, e-mail resumé and writing samples or portfolio links to Drew Munro at dmunro@skyhidailynews.com

Professional Phunkshun Wear

Account Manager Alpine Insurance Agency is looking for a F/T Account Manager to support sales agent in Edwards office. Computer skills required. Insurance industry experience and P&C licensed preferred. Brittian@aiaedwards.co m

Administrative Help I am looking for an outgoing and energetic person to help me manage various administrative and Data type tasks, Attach your resume for serious consideration. Mark Hines Part-time. Entry level..Marhin34@aol.co m

is now hiring: Operations & Administration Manager. Design/ Marketing Coordinator. For job specifics and to apply online, please visit: www.phunkshunwear.com/jobs 970-513-4506 Prof Civil Eng Perm position with CDOT in Eagle. Colorado Prof Engineer license required. Manage design and construction of bridge and roadway projects. See state website @ www.colorado.gov/jobs for info and application by July 30th. EOE. Surveyor Immediate opening for a seasonal Party Chief. Must be capable of working independently, have a clean driving record, experience with GPS & robotic surveys. AutoCAD Civil 3D experience helpful.

POSITION FILLED!!

Sales/Marketing Sales.

Sales Professional

The Aspen Times is looking for a self-motivated, goal-oriented sales professional to join our team. You will be responsible for ensuring that our print and digital products are effectively used to connect advertisers to their audiences. Prefer at least 1 year of sales experience and knowledge of advertising and marketing. The Aspen Times publishes market leading newspapers, websites, and digital media solutions with The Aspen Times (daily), The Aspen Times Weekly, and Snowmass Sun. It is home to affluent worldclass ski resorts in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, about 200 miles west of Denver. Please send cover letter and resume to hr@cmnm.org by Friday, July 13th. Must love dogs!

Office Assistant Multi-Family Housing Community in Avon currently seeking Assistant Manager /Leasing Consultant. Full-Time Year Round, Bilingual preferred. Minimum of 2 years office exp required. Email Resume to 8160473@MtnJob.com

Restaurant/ Clubs AM Server.

Terra Bistro is hiring a n e x p e r i e n c e d AM Server . Apply in person Fri.-Tues. 10am-12pm

Travel Agent Exp Travel Agent Work from Home High Comm., Travel benefits, call Gail Overland 970-390-5132

Seasonal

Warehouse Manager Full-time Employee Warehouse Manager Position, shipping, receiving, inventory, handle logistics and general warehouse maintenance. Hourly R a t e B a s e d o n Experience. Entry level Please send an email with your resume and contact information to employmentpositionsav ailable@gmail.com References required. Tom employmentpositionsav ailable@gmail.com Gypsum CO

Currently hiring for : • Server/Bartender FT Seasonal 970-328-2326

Experienced Line Cooks & Servers Black Diamond Bistro is hiring full and part time seasonal experienced Line Cooks & Servers. Email resume to: info@blackdiamondbistro.com or apply in person 2:30pm-5pm daily; located in The Charter at Beaver Creek

Professional

A unique opportunity as Leasing Agent, joining a motivated staff, in a large multi-property management office. This is an exceptional career opportunity for the right person. Candidates should have previous rental and property management experience; must be fluent bi-lingual in Spanish/English, possess strong, interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. Strong computer skills and experience with Windows and property management software is required to be considered a qualified candidate. Responsibilities include: qualifying lease applications, creating lease contracts, collecting lease payments, balancing deposit registers, marketing properties to prospective residents, maintaining lease files, taking resident service requests, and coordinating with property operations, and maintenance teams. Send resume via email to psphr@polarstarproperties.com or fax to (970) 926-6434.

LITIGATION PARALEGAL Require 5+ years experience. Must be proficient with computers, databases and electronic document management. Competitive salary and benefits. Email cover and resume to Dorothy@thomasgenshaft.com

Now Hiring

Fly Shop Staff Vail Valley Anglers has FT seasonal position. Local knowledge and fly fishing experience required.Contact brett@vailvalleyanglers. com

Pump Operator.

Food/Product Demonstrators Hiring Now for CDS in Gypsum - PT/Flx. $12hr Apply: www.cdsjobs.com. Email David at cdswhs637@daymon.co m or call 970-328-7638 Retail Manager Now Hiring: Area Retail Manager with previous experience managing multi-store locations for Eagle County Regional Airport. Submit your resume to careers@lstrna.com

Sales/Marketing

Clean CDL. Mechanically inclined. Work independently. Physically challenging. 2 yrs experience preferred. Will consider concrete & heavy equipment background. Top pay.EOE 970-524-7922

Do you have a property for sale - and would you like to reach buyers out of the area? The Real Estate Photo Ads in this publication are always online. 41 percent of vacation homes were within 500 miles of the primary residence.

Sales/Designer Sales/Designer - Join the Thul Electronics Vail Sales Team - Challenging, Rewarding Career opportunity to work with the best - resume to thul@vail.net

Rentals Avon

1 Month Free on a 12 month lease. $500.00 Security Deposit Waived application Fee - Limited time only, limited availability!

Call 970-949-1285 for details

1 BD 1 BA aptmnt in Avon, avail now $750.00+Sec. deposit. 1 year lease. 720-708-3145. 2B/2B Unfur. 1000sf Apt views, w/d, lg deck 1 yr,ns/np $1475 Wldrdg 720-849-2865

CONCRETE PUMP OPERATOR

Retail Food/Product Demonstrators

Professional looking for unfurn studio or 1 bed starting oct 1 for 6 mo+ in the town of eagle $1k o r < , e m a i l oct1movein@gmail.com

SUMMER SPECIALS

Trades/ Construction Day and night shift opportunities now available. See our online application for more info! To view all job opportunities and apply now go to: wcp.workatw.com. Or stop in for more information.

Mineral Oil Gas Titles covering Garfield, Rio Blanco and Mesa Co's 970-618-1529

Buffalo Ridge Apartments

Multiple Positions.

Leasing Agent - Polar Star Properties:

Water and Mineral Rights

Rentals Housing Wanted

Other Warehouse Manager

Rentals/Roommates

THE VAIL DAILY

Call 866-8509937 or e-mail classifieds@ cmnm.org.

2 BD 2 BA (950 sqft) Furnished Mountain View Condo. 1-car garage. Dogs ok with approval. No smoking. $1400/month (+utils) First, last & security. 1 year lease. References Requested. (970) 390-3934 Nottingham Rd. Avon 2BD/2BA Liftview. Walk Out to River/Mins to Gondola,$1300 WD/FP. Remodeled 306-2593 Unfurn 2BD/2BA Sunridge apt, W/D, no pets, yr lease, $1150/mth +elect. 970-274-3126 2 BD 2 BA Sunridge II Unfurnished. Washer/Dryer. No Pets. No smoking. $1350/mo. Deposit required. 1 year lease. 970-390-4281 Liftview, 2 br, 2 bth, unfurnished, NS, pets neg., top floor unit, $1200 per mo., year lease. Call Joe at 970-390-2241 3BD/2BA, Lift View! Unfurn. NS/NP. $1500/m Year lease/neg. Call Joe: 970-390-2241 3BD/3BA Avon Villas, $1500/mo for summer lease. $1800/mo for year lease. Furnished, NS/NP Call Darrel at VMRE 970-949-6349

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Rentals Avon 3BD/3BA luxury condo. At The Ascent. Superb amenities. $2800/mo 561-703-2593 3 br, 2 bth, ON THE LAKE IN AVON! Buck Creek Condos, furnished, NS/NP, $1800 per mo., year lease/neg. Call Darrell at VMRE 970-949-6349 4BD/3BA Wildridge Townhome. $2,100 incl. electric/gas. Avail. 8/1 NS, NP 970-390-6128

4 BD 4 BA Unfurnished. 4,000 sq. ft. Single Family Home Spectacular Mountain Views Steam Shower. Movie Theatre Pets allowed with approval. No smoking. $3,850.00 First, last & security. 1 year lease. 970-390-3973 sgroup51@msn.com Wildridge 5743 Wildridge Road East Avon CO Afraid of Commitment? Now offering short-term summer rentals in Avon Furnished Studios-4bdrm/2ba $650-$1350 Utilities + cable TV included www.skitownapartments. com

(970) 949-1119

Avon Crossing Condo. 2BD/2BA - 1 Car Gar. WD. NS/Two Pets okay. 1 Year lease. Avail 8/1. Util incl.970-471-4652 $1600/m. Deposit Req.

Beaver Bench Studio available now. Very clean! NS, pets neg. $800 per mo., year lease.

RENTED! Fabulous 2 BD 2 BA Furnished, ground floor Condo No Pets. No smoking. $1300 1 year lease. Kathy @ 970-926-6118 Grandview #103: 2bd/2ba. 1 level condo. New paint. Views. Unattached 1 car garage. NP. NS.WD. Yrs lease. $1400/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at boldsolutions.net for pictures and info Green Briar Townhome, beautifully remodeled 3bd/3ba w/attached garage. Gas fireplace Gorgeous views of BC. 5 mth or 1 yr lease avail. NP NS $1950 Matt Bresler 970-376-0708 Intere$ted in le$$ ha$$le and more INCOME? Bold Real Estate Solutions. Professional, Competitive, Dedicated & Proven Property Management and Real Estate Services. Call Julian at (970)949-6070 or visit BoldSolutions.net Lock-off studio w/ kitchenette, $810/ mo includes utils. NS/NP. 720-252-7016 Split Level PenthouseThe Seasons at Avon 2bd/2ba. Furn., gas & elec. paid $1650/mo. Yr lease. Deposit req. Contact Terry 970-471-6973 Sunridge H103 ground level, new appliances, 2b/2b newer paint/carpet $1200/mo+ UF.WD.NP. NS. Yrs lease. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at boldsolutions.net for pictures and info Sunridge I204 2b/2b new paint/carpet $1300/mo+ or Beaver Bench B11 ground-level, on lake, new paint, 2b/1b $1350+. UF.WD.NP. NS. Yrs lease. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at boldsolutions.net for pictures and info West Lake Apt. 1BD, 1BA, near Avon Elementary. Cable, parking, $900/mo. 1st, last, dep nego. Yr lease. 470-0510


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Roommates Avon 1 BD 1 BA Furnished. Near Park, Bus Stop. No Pets. $750 First, last & security. 970-390-6470 Own Room with full bath in private TH . $800/ mo/ includes all-Wi-Fi/ Cable. N/P Call 970-390-4347 Se renta una recamara en los Sunridge, ambiente agradable y comodo, cerca a la estacion de bus (Eco bus y bus interno), incluye lavadora y secadora; N/P, N/S, deposito; mensualidad $433, aviable 09/01/12, llamar 970-445-3705.

Rentals Eagle 1BD/1BA Carriage House Apt in Eagle Ranch. 1 Car garage. Pets w/appr. NS WD. $1000 a month, inc utils. Dep req. 970-376-3453

Rentals Eagle 3+ bd/2ba - Great ‘open concept’ home, 3 large bedrooms plus an office. Master on main level. Stainless appliances in a dream kitchen. Lots of extra storage. Gas fireplace, A/C. Available NOW. $1900/mo . One year lease, first/deposit. 970-390-2798

Rentals Edwards

Rentals Gypsum

Rentals Vail

Rentals Vail

Special FREE one month rent with a 12 month lease $500 deposit/No application fees! Rent starting at 2 BR - $900 3 BR $1060 River views, large closets Parking, pets welcome! 970-328-0104

6 bedroom, Cordillera Valley Club luxury living, high-end, furnished, amazing views, private gated, 3 car garage, $4,650/mo. 970-331-6441

Nice 2 BD/2BA, W/D, DW, micro, balcony, ECO Bus stop. $1150/mo.. 1 year lease. 1st/Last/ sec. deposit. Contact Hans 970-306 8603 or Stevie 970-390 7976.

2BD/2BA East Vail Condo.W/D. FP. Deck. Wifi $1600 970-476-5038

EAST VAIL LOCKOFF BD & BA, ON BUS ROUTE, SUMMER RENTAL OR UNTIL NOV 1ST. NP, NS, FURN, 1ST, LAST, SEC, $575.00 MO 970-376-3064

Beautiful 3 Bedroom plus Den, 3,5 bath duplex in Singletree with great space! Appux 2570 sq.ft. Privacy, golf course & mtn views. 2 car gar. $2,375 + utilities. Year lease. Call 970-390-2402

Overlooking Eagle River Nice clean 3BD 2.5 townhome, W/D Hookup, garage, $1350/mo. 970-376-5188 or 328-7325

3BD/2BA FP, Gas Ht, Pet O K , $ 1 6 9 5 / m o short/long term, part furn. 518-641-9860 3Bd/2Ba mobile home dntown. Lrg yard. W&D. $1250+Util & dep 544A McIntire. 970-471-1737

3BD3BA 1450sq Walk to BC. Garage, Pvt Decks, Storage, Bus WD FP NS Pet Neg $2100 306-2593

3 BD 3 BA 2,200 SF Townhome. Furnished or Unfurnished. $1,800/MO Deposit required. 1 Year or 6 Month Lease. NS/NP 970.331.6703 1BD/1BA+loft apt in Eagle Ranch. See online for details & photos. $1000. Avail 8/15. 970-376-5284. 2BD/1BA 1200sf Eagle Ranch Bsmt Lockoff w/lots of light; Internet/DirecTV No Pets/No Smoking; $1150/mth inclusive+ $1000 deposit 1 yr lease; 970.390.3307 Dave.

3BD 3BA Unfurn1700sf Townhome No pet dogs No Smoking. 1450/mth First, last & sec.1yr lease 970-904-0261. Avail 7/1. 3 bed & 2.5 bath TH behind E.Ranch theatre, 1car garage. $1690/mo. + utilities. Avail. Sept 1st. 970-376-4407

2 BD 2 BA Capitol Lofts, wd flr, skylite, vault ceiling, brick, W/D, A/C, storage, N/S, N/P $1275/mo 970-476-0948

3BD, 2.5BA, 1 car gar, townhome mt viewsoverlooks Eagle Ranch, bike/hike trails, wd beam ceilings, inside W/D area, $1450/mo + sec NP NS 102 Shorthorn 575-829-3323, 505-500 -2327 Details andpics:http://home.val ornet.com/sstars/102

4 B D 2 1 / 2 B A , Unfurnished. Townhouse 1-car garage. Lots of storage, backs up to BLM. Minutes from Eagle schools. No dogs. NS. 1850.00 First, last & security. 1 year lease. 970-904-0512 Mill Rd. Eagle CO 4BD 3.5BA Dup. Unfurn. 2800sqft. 2 car garg. PETS OK, NS, Yr. lease, $2200/Mo. 303-908-2268 4 BD + Office & family rm. Unfurn. 2 car gar, gas heat, A/C. Year lease Dogs OK. $2500/month + utilities. Property Video: http://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=06uUw0aE2 s0 J o h n N i l s s o n , 970-390-7600

4 BD + Office & family rm. Unfurn. 2 car gar, gas heat, A/C. Year lease Dogs OK. $2500/month + utilities.

RENTED! RENTED!

Beautiful 1BD Lockoff, full kitchen, W/D, NP/NS $980/mth., utils incld. 970-390-1420

3BD, 2BA apt $948/m Some util incl, balcony, Lrg closet,close to park, Pets okay. Call 970-328-0104 3 BD 2 BA Home in Ebby Creek. Great views, balcony W/D, garage. 1 YR $1700 970-328-1695

4 BD 3 BA Furnished. Single Family Home on golf course 2-car garage. Pets allowed with approval. No smoking. 3,000 First, last & security. King Realty 970-471-5641 www.kingrealty.com 4BD 4BA 2 car garg. NP NS , Deck, views, by Eagle Vail pool. $2600 Mo. Avil. 06/01 720-273-5591

2BD/1BA ER High-end finishes, fenced yard, pets OK, W/D, $1350 util included. 970-376-2051

Eagle Ranch 4 BD Unfurnished. Single Family Home huge unfinished basement 2-car garage. Deck/Patio. no pets. no smoking 1 year lease.

RENTED!

NOW LEASING move-in speCiALs 3 gREAT LOCATIOnS 1-5 bEdROOM unITS

CALL (970) 949-9417 WWW.POLARSTARPROPERTIES.COM Bring this ad to Leasing Office to receive a

WAIVED $50 application fee!

Professional Property Management

970•949•0555

Rentals Eagle

Rentals Eagle Vail

3BD/3BA $1450/mo. Call for details. No pet dogs. 720-254-3400

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Beautiful, clean, 2 bed/1 bath, on hwy 6,gas fireplace , NP/NS, W/D year lease $1100/mo (970)376 3624 Washington Park 3A: 2 cars max, 3 level 3+b/2.5ba TH. Storage. Furn. NP.NS.WD.Yrs lease. $2000/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at boldsolutions.net for pictures and info.

Roommates Eagle Vail Upscale 3BD Fair Way home to share with one person. Garg/Large Storage. Avail: 8/1. $850 ultil incl. 970-949-4186

Rentals Edwards 1 BD/1 BA Unfurn. Apt in Singletree NP/NS WD $950/mo All util included 970-926-1354 1BD Singletree Studio, sunny, lrg, fully furn, private entrance, kitchenette, cable, N/S, N/P. Yrs lease. $850/mo. Avail 7/1. 970-926-8880 2 BD 2 BA Apartment No Pets. No smoking. 1250/mon First, last & security. 1 year lease. 970-376-1431 Edwards

Beautifully Finished 3 BD 1.5 BA Apartment, Pets Negot. $1650.00 Call (970) 569-3916 FIRST MONTH FREE Eagle River Village Newly Remodeled Manufacture homes for sale or rent. 3BD/2BA starting at $1150/mo. Hablamos Espanol Please call 970-926-3754.

Gorgeous Townhome: 3 BR/3 Bath $1950/mo. Wood floors, w/d, 1-car g a r a g e , c l u b membership. Call 970-331-1905. High end Lock-off, lower Homestead, beautiful thru-out! Walk-in closet, W/D, NP/NS, $895/mo. inclds all amenities & gym. 970-376-6935.

4 bed, 3 bath TH $2300. Lower Homestead. New kitchen appliances and tile. Furnished, Easy walking distance to restaurants, bars, etc.. Available Now. Homestead Court Club membership included. NS. Call 970-471-9289 4 bedroom, Homestead, 2 living areas, approx. 3,000 sf large SFH. UF, laundry room, large walk-in closets, nice back yard/ patio & hot tub, includes Club membership (walk there from home)- pool, tennis, gym, hot tub/sauna, large 3 car garage, $3,250.00/mo, 970-331-6441 5-bedroom, 8-bath Mountain Mediterranean private gated waterfront estate, designer furnished, over 8,000 sf, 3 car garage, luxury a t i t s f i n e s t , $13,500/mo., visit VailValleyGetaway.com for details, 970-331-6441

Furnished rooms for rent in huge house, utilities included, on bus route , pets possible, 1 year lease ,deposit and references required,$575 call 970 389 0072

Rentals Leadville/ Lake County The Bank Apartments Studio &1Bedrooms ($625-$900)includes utils NS/NP. 303-293-2777 thebankapartments.com

Rentals Vail 1, 2, & 3BD- Lionshead NO lease req! Fully Furn, util incl, Monthly or longer rentals.Starting at $1000/mo. through Nov. 2012. 970-476-0900

River Pines B207: Furn 2bd/2ba condo On River. Heated covered parking.Pet Neg. NS.WD. Yrs lease.Elevator access.$1700/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at boldsolutions.net for pictures and info Upper Singletree 3 bed 2.5 bath Duplex. VERY nice, upgraded and clean. 2 car garage, hot tub, W/D, N/S, N/P. $2450 with 1 yr lease. 970-949-1307

Roommates Edwards 1 Bd 1 Ba in 3 Bd townhome Homestead 600 mo to mo NS club membership incl References Req Avail Imm 970-390-2224

Rentals Gypsum 2&3 Bdrm Apts. Secured flr. W/d, H, W, Pets nego. New carpet/paint. N e a r s c h o o l s . 970-328-3456 Gypsum 2 BD, 2 BA, W&D, covered parking, ground level. Available 8/1. $1,025 per mo. NS, NP 970-471-0108 3BD/3BA townhome w/garage Good condition. $1450/MO Avail Now 970-376-6656 4BD 2BA. Yard, NS, $1350/mo + util. 970-471-1405

2BD + loft Singletree TH, Upscale, furn, garage, 2 FPs, gym. $1650/mo, no dogs. VSPM 970-926-5252 4BD/4½BA+Study. SFH in Homestead. Call Ron: Cell: 513-604-8141 Prefer 1-2 Yr Lease.

Roommates Gypsum

4BD4.5BA +LrdRm den, loft. Granite, Stainless, 2caGa $2200 Pet Nego 1yr 970- 376-2128 Beautiful Chatfield Custom home 4BD 3BA, All Amenities. Near school. Lease option All appliances, NS. 970-471-9535 Chatfield Corners, 3BD/2BA, 2 car garage, Next to park, NS. Avail Aug. 1st $1700/ mo. 970-471-9745. Furn. efficiency near EVHS, W/D, NS/NP. Deck, own heating, dish, inclds utils, $740/mo. disc avail. 970-904-1819 Mtn Glenn Condos 2 BD 2 BA;Covered parking; Small yard 612-810-2588 Near airport 1bdrm $750. 2 bdrm $999. Most pets ok. Call 970-688-1275 or www.towerplazasuites.com

2BD 2BA, Remodeled Condo, W. Vail. W/D, FP, DW, F/B Yards, Parking, NS. $1800.

RENTED

2BD/2BA, stone’s throw to Golden Peak & Children’s Ski School. Parking. avail. Jan-April. $6000/mo. 970-390-7008. 2 BD/2 BA Unfurn. 2 levels W/D, FP, Pets allowed with approval. NS, $1450/mo 917-855-2838 neilsebso@yahoo.com 2 BD 2 BA Unfurnished Condo. All new, complete renovation! Deck. NS/NP. $1,500/month 303-809-3531 iwolfe@fullerproperties. com 4470 Timber Falls, Unit 1402. Avail now. 2 BEDROOM/1 BATH $1145 Great Views Community Room On-site Mail 970-479-8200 2 bedroom, Timberfalls perfect place to call home (on-line attached photos shown below)on meadow, 2 bath, deck, 2nd floor, hot tub, + easy Village bus/access, fully furnished, open parking, $2,275/mo. (1+ yr)

1 BD, 1 BA, bright & sunny furnished condo in East Vail. Waterfall views, small patio, washer/dryer, wood burning fireplace. Complex has swimming pool & grocery store. On bus route, close to bike path and hiking trails. N/S, N/P. $1,050 / year lease.

CLEAN AND READY FOR OCCUPANCY! Please call Smith Eaton Real Estate, 970-471-1898.

1BD/1BA Sunny Condo, Long or Short term, 3TV’s, Views, Deck, WD, BBQ, FP, starting at $1100/mo 970-390-4285 1 BD 1 BA Unfurn. 700 sq ft Homestake Condo 1081 Vail View Dr. VAIL. No Pets. $1000 mo.Util inc. Deposit req. 4-6mo lease 720-837-5942 megan@livingwright.co m 1 BD in W. Vail. Remodelled, vaulted ceilings, fireplace. On Gore Creek at bus stop. Unfurnished. NP/NS. $1600/mo. 303-859-3369

1BD year round, in Sandstone, NP, yr lease $1000/mo. + utils. 4 BD 3.5 BA Beautiful family home,granite, hardwoods, stainless appliances. Pets ok. $2175/mth. 970-306-8556.

2BD/2BA Simba Run Avail 9/1 $1750/mo cont act: scott_francis9@yahoo.com

RENTED! RENTED! 1 BEDROOM/1 BATH $957/mo. Walk-In Closet Pet Friendly 12 month lease 970-479-8200

1BD W. Vail. $1200/mo $200 sec dep 1st & last rent. Elec pd. Garage $100+ NS NP, Great View Please call 970-331-3379 2845 SNOWBERRY CHALET mountain contemporary 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, designer furnished, wood FP, new condition, chef kitchen, 1 car detached garage, hike down to bus (steep but doable), w/d- large laundry room with storage, additional storage under garage area, good-pet friendly, breathtaking views, $3,350.00/mo, 970-331-6441 2BD/ 2BA At Simba Run, Pool, 2 Hot Tubs, Fitness/Tennis, Garage, Bus Route, Fully Furn. Granite/Stainless, W/ D N/S N/P Views & Sun $1800. Barb 970-331-7070

2BR/1BA W Vail. On bus. W/D, pets nego, $1600/mo, incl. utilities. 970-748-6442 3BD/2.5BA in West Vail Intermountain area on bus route. Furnished. NS / Dog negotiable. Avail. Aug. 1. ONLY 2 CARS PARKING AVAILABLE. $1800/mo plus utilities. Marybeth (970) 3 9 0 - 3 9 1 3 o r Marybeth@vailmanagement.com.

Furn 2BD/2BA FP WD garage shuttle pool/HT $2500/mo Avail 9/1 970-343-9735 I can find you a place to live long or short term anywhere in Eagle County. 970-476-7378 L.M.P. L u x u r y C o n d o 2BD/2.5BA, 2100 Sq Ft +350 Sq Ft Sunny Balcony in the heart of Vail village over looking ski slopes on meadow Dr. Fully Furn AC, FP in each Room. Yr lease NP,NS. 1 under ground heated parking space Incld $5000/m +util. Ref Req. Luc Meyer 970-476-3630 Studio $614/m & 1 Bedrooms $676/mo, extremely clean, NS, NP, 1st, last, security, Call 970-390-4930 Studio $896 Great Views Pets Welcome On TOV and ECO Route 970-479-8200 Studio: West Vail. $950 per mo., 1yr lease 970-471-9509

Vail Intermountain Exquisite, unique, small log single family home, 2Bd, 2Ba on Gore Creek, 400ft of river frontage, 2 car garage, heated driveway, huge deck, immaculate condition $2800mo + utils.

RENTED!

West Vail

3BD/2.5BA, Pets OK C l o s e t o B u s . Parking.WD/NS. 1st+last $2000/mo 970-331-5065

1BD Yr lease, NS/NP, $1100/mo util included. 970-470-3360

3BD/2BA apt. Inner Mtn. W/D, NS, no pet dogs. Unfurn. $1800/ mo 1st, last & Dept 970-390-0986

W. Vail Studio NP, NS, 1st/last/sec. WD. 12 month lease. Call Mike 970 390 7280 $850/m.

3BD/3BA Duplex, Hot tub, Sm. dog ?. 1st/last. $2500/Mo. Call for appt. Ref. & credit ck. Yr. Lse Avil. 9/1 970-376-1001

Roommates Vail

3BD/3BA Furn., End unit, TH, sunny, 2-car gar., 770 Potato Patch #12, wood FP, Hot Tub, summer Pool, NP/NS, W/D, 1st, last, damage + elec. $2800 summer/$3200 winter 970-390-0070 3BD/3BA Sandstone townhouse, remodeled, furn. W/D, $2600/mo includes heat/ cable/pool. Special Deal AVAILABLE Phil 970-331-3443 3BD/2BA updated,furn, FP, WD, NS/NP, bus. 203-856-9825 Unit A2 www.myvailcondo.com 3 BEDROOM/2 BATH $1,800 + Great floorplans Great Location On TOV and ECO Routes Pet Friendly 970-479-8200 4BD/2BA Furn Large Roomy nice West Vail Free W/D, Cable,Web, $2380 mo 303-898-0912 4BD/4BA SF Home in Eagle-Vail, 2 car gar, deck, near bus, W/D $2600/MO plus utilities Pets Neg, NS, Available 970-390-1133 or dirwin@slifer.net Bald Mt 7: Furn. End unit TH. 2 car garage. 3bd/2.5ba great condition.NP.NS.WD. Near busline. Yrs lease. $2200mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at boldsolutions.net for pictures and info.

1BD/in 2BD apt, NP, $750 includes util, close to West Vail Mall & bus stop 970-390-4666 2BD/1BA Roommate needed. Sandstone. N/S, N/P, W/D $800/mo. All inclusive 970-227-9070

Rentals Commercial/Retail

Aviation

Hangar Space Available Rifle Airport. Still looking for light twin, small jet with possible partnership. Long-term, economic local rates. Call 970-948-1152 for quote. Avon Center. Over 400 sq.ft. priv. office, reception, storage, bathrm, internet, a/c, utils. Ideal for mental health/professional. $18/s.f./year. rent neg .970-845-8059. Eagle 330 Broadway Office or Retail. $375/mo. including utils. Waiting area, Les 970-376-0076 Edwards Office Space 941-1896 SF. 2 units, with private bath, overhead door. Avail NOW! Call for rate: 970-390-6424 Executive Office Space The Inn @ Riverwalk Edwards, $800 All Inclusive Jeff 970-926-2456 jkoch@vail.net Salon seeks tenant to sublease space with private room and hair booths also available. Michele 970-376-3010

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Rentals Commercial/Retail Visualize your business in my 1100 sq ft commercial space suitable for restaurant or office. $12 sq ft plus CAM. High, high, high visibility on the corner of Highway 6 and 4th St in Eagle ! Call 970-390-7411.

Rentals Office Space 1st floor retail spaces: 900 sq ft: $1800 + utilities & CAM 2nd floor office spaces: 640 sq ft: $1300 + CAM (utilities included) 748 sq ft: $1400 + CAM (utilities included) 843 sq ft: $1600 + CAM (utilities included)

First 3 months CAM expense FREE!! !!

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840 s.f. office space for lease in the Vail 21 Building in Lionshead. $23.00 per sf. + NNN. C a l l L i n d a a t 970-376-1553.

Brookside

Class “A” Office Space & Executive Suite Option in Avon on River. 100-4000 sqft. Garage parking. 970-390-5302

Eagle Vail Office space. 700 sq. ft. Util. and Int. included. $700 970-948-0395

Edwards Village Center 465 SF Office for lease Call 970 376-3316

Office suite in Riverwalk with use of conference room, reception area and copier included. $700/mo. Contact Trish 970-926-1700

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EAGLE RANCH

Vail Valley

OFFICE OPEN EVERY WEEKEND

Katherine (Kay) Dodds Your Short Sale Specialist

Visit your Eagle Ranch specialist: Katherine (Kay) Dodds Saturday 10-4 & Sunday 11-4

Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Eagle Ranch Location 1143 Capitol St., Ste#101A, Eagle, CO (970) 390-8981 or kdodds@slifer.net

Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 1143 Capitol St. Suite 101A- Eagle Ranch kdodds@slifer.net (970) 390-8981

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176 Riverbend Dr. Single family four bedroom home surrounded by large spruce trees protect the privacy of outdoor hot tub and patio. High ceilings and large windows provide great views of Game Creek and Arrowhead Mountain.

$1,875,000

Wildridge

ARROWHEAD

5 Bd, 6.5 Ba, 3+ Car garage, Game room, Large Decks, Fantastic views of Beaver Creek and New York Mountains. Built in 2008 with Beaver Creek Quality finishes.

Beautiful home located along the 1st fairway of the Country Club of the Rockies Golf Course. This home has a flowing floorplan that is great for entertaining.

155 Windermere Circle

$2,350,000

$1,290,000 3% Brokers Fee

www.KayVailRealEstate.com

Kathy Iverson & Matt Iverson

Call owner at 970-376-2766

Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C33915

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53 Cresta Rd. I-2

54 Cresta Rd. J3 Enjoy unobstructed Castle Peak views from this outstanding 4-bedroom townhome just steps to all amenities.

74 Cresta Road #309 Ideal location for your Rocky Mountain getaway, this condominium is close to all Arrowhead amenities.

$1,649,000 Kathy Iverson & Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

$1,450,000 Kathy Iverson or Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net

595 Sawatch Dr. B3 Great Townhome with grass and private back yard. Walk to golf, pool and ski slope. This three bedroom w/loft office area has underground parking and lots of storage. Cozy living area with stone fireplace. Quiet and convenient.

Enjoy living within the village of Arrowhead, just steps to all amenities. This beautiful property has been upgraded with granite countertops, whole house humidity system and much more.

970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C32595

$1,337,500

$539,000 Kathy Iverson & Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net

www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C36404

Steve Morris Gateway Land & Development 970-393-2651

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Beautiful Arrowhead Penthouse 54 Cresta Rd #G4 This beautifully maintained penthouse offers top of the line materials and craftsmanship.

Location, Location, Location! Located just steps from the Arrow Bahn ski lift. Main level master. 4 Beds/4 .5 Baths. Pool, hot tub, ski storage and underground parking. Offered fully furnished.

New Listing! 55 River Dance Way

Pinecone #304 This air-conditioned 2-bedroom plus loft has a spacious open living area with views towards the village.

ARROWHEAD

www.arrowheadatvail.com

$1,395,000 Kathy Bellamy Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.845.5829 kbellamy@slifer.net www.kathybellamy.com Web ID: C34385

$1,295,000 Nicky White Viola Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.331.3025 nwhite@slifer.net

Pleasant surroundings with views to the wetlands and Eagle River, along with the beautiful finishes give this 4-bedroom home that extrodinary retreat appeal. $1,495,000 Kathy Iverson or Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970 .390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C36353

www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C34492

www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C29161

$645,000

Kathy Iverson or Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C36380

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Steve Morris Gateway Land & Development 970-393-2651

79 Dakota Park Want the Colorado lifestyle, with none of the hassle, this 5-bedroom townhome is the ideal property for you. Logs, vaulted ceilings and rock fireplaces create a Colorado ambiance. $1,295,000 Kathy Iverson or Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net

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AVON

AVON

AVON

Spruce Tree Lodge #205

Light and bright 2 BD 2 BA residences in the heart of Avon. Great storage within heated one car garage. South facing, open floor plan and lovely gas fireplace, located on the free bus, just blocks to the Gondola. Great 2nd home or year round residences.

Remodeled 3-bedroom/3-bath with fenced patio and 1st-floor access. A cinch to short-term rent: front desk, pool, sauna, tennis courts hot tubs, and walking distance or daily shuttle to the Gondola.

177 Lake St. #6

240 Chapel Pl. #BR221 This 3 bedroom condo is spacious with new designer furnishings. with Southern mountain views, many amenities and on the bus stop make it a great retreat. Heat and water are included in the HOA dues.

The lovely interior finishes, complimented by beautiful up valley mountain views, will make your stay in the mountains a dream.

Be in the heart of Arrowhead Village. From both spacious en-suite bedrooms, enjoy the sounds of the creek. High ceilings and picture windows allow lots of light to fill the great room.

www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C32518

Kathy Iverson & Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (970)390-8366 or (970)390-9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C35099

$1,850,000 Matt Iverson or Kathy Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 miverson@slifer.net kiverson@slifer.net

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$555,000

PRICE REDUCED! $249,000

Mark Weinreich 970-376-3204 Prudential Colorado Properties www.VailMtnhomes.com

$339,000 Michelle Rampelt 970-476-2421 Steve & Hillary McSpadden 970-393-6077 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate www.OwnVail.com Web ID: C32621

$549,000 Jackie Pyka Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970-390-7634 jpyka@slifer.net www.jackiepyka.com Web ID: C35101

AVON

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AVON

630 W. Beaver Creek Blvd. Need space with convenience? 5 BD/4.5 BA duplex, 3227 SF on the lake. Great natural light, large deck and walk out rec room. Open floor plan with 2 car garage. Located on the Avon town shuttle route. Walk to everything in Avon. Short term rental potential.

Don't miss this 3 bd 1 car garage TH in Avon proper just a short walk to the Westin Gondola, Avon Rec Center, food & entertainment in Avon. While still on the Bus Rout, this property offers multiple decks to enjoy the south facing sun while enjoying the views to the ski slopes of Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch.

Greenbrier Condos 211 W. Beaver Creek Blvd

Canyon Run F103 Mountain living on the Eagle River, minutes from Beaver Creek skiing, gondola and shops. 3BD, 2.75 BA, Stainless Kitchenaid appliances, hardwood flooring on main level, new carpet on lower level, gas FP, garage, 2 decks, garden tub and Euroglass in master. 1,697 SF, great rental potential

Motivated Seller 510 Nottingham Rd. B This spacious 3-bedroom townhome has dead on views of Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch and Nottingham Lake. A 1-car garage, ample storage and NO HOA dues make this a great home for locals. $349,000 Hank Sender Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970-478-5434 hsender@slifer.net

AVON

$795,000

Kris Bruce 970-376-6656 Spencer Crick 970-393-5086 High Life Properties

AVON

Onie Bolduc Bold Real Estate Solutions 970.390.6611

Resort Development Marketing 970-376-0708

Great Views! Great Amenities! 126 Riverfront Lane #918 One of a kind studio! Own the best studio in the Westin. In the center on the top floor with high ceilings and great views and it is fully furnished. Enjoy all the amenities of the Westin. $369,000 Happy Power Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.331.8196 hpower@slifer.net

AVON

AVON

AVON

$369,000

$599,000

New ASCENT 2 bedroom Price Reduced PRICE REDUCED! Sought after 2-bedroom residence at THE 177 Lake Rd. #19 Wonderfully Remodeled(Granite counters ASCENT with hardwood floors, granite Wonderful 3-bedroom, 3-bath condo in the &Oak floors) and well cared for 2 bed/2 counter tops, and high end appliances. Ski heart of Avon with views of Nottingham bath TH. (w/ an over-sized Garage!) minshuttle,pool,fitness room and numerous Lake and the mountains beyond. Nicely utes from Beaver Creek!Contact us today recreation spaces for owners. updated spacious rooms. Sold fully for details, photos or a showing! furnished and ready to move into. Priced to sell: $259,000 $575,000 Michael Routh $369,000 Heather Lemon Rocky Mountain Home Team Happy Power Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Keller Williams Mountain Properties Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.376.0125 970.479.5767 970-306-7711 hlemon@slifer.net hpower@slifer.net www.VailValleyPropertySearch.com

www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C31533

Remodeled Condo!

Great Deal on a Completely Remodeled Condo!!! 3 bedroom/3 bath a stone's throw from Nottingham Lake. Remodeled from top to bottom, this condo is turnkey and ready for a new owner to make it their home. Call today for photos and more details.

$339,000 Michael Routh Rocky Mountain Home Team Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970-306-7711 www.VailValleyPropertySearch.com

www.heatherlemon.com Web ID: C35068

www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C35808

AVON

AVON

AVON - WILDRIDGE

AVON

Seasons at Avon 608 The best, easy walk to the ski lifts in Avon!! This two bedroom/two bath, furnished, top floor, two story penthouse adjacent to the gondola, park, library and rec center is a great opportunity for anyone wanting convenience, garage parking and front desk services Offered at a great price of $345,000. Barb Murray 970-331-7070 barb@barbmurray.com Ron Byrne & Associates

When Only The Very Best Will Do! Live in Luxury, Complete with onsite Spa, Fitness, Pool, Hot Tubs, Restaurant & more. This 3 bedroom Unit Boasts A Huge Party Deck & Generates Strong Rental Demand.

This very large, log home reflects the Colorado feel. With 5 bedrooms, a second family room, wet bar, 2 fireplaces, hot tub and sweeping views of Beaver Creek this is a perfect family home

5156 Longsun Lane

Won’t Last! Well-located, larger Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa Luxury Studio Residence. Find out why this is the #1 Ski Hotel in N. America per Conde Naste Traveler again! Residence #331, best value.

$1,999,999

Keller Williams Mountain Properties to view all Vail Valley Real Estate visit KWMountainProperties.com 970-476-1600 or 970-328-2327

BACHELOR GULCH

Snow Cloud #712 Best ski-in/ski-out in Bachelor Gulch $2,250,000

BEAVER CREEK

BORDER LODGE 310 Best View You’ll Find! See All Village & Slopes. True Ski In/Ski Out, 3BD, 2.5 BA, Top Floor 2-story. Full Custom Remodel. MBR Walk-in Closet, Hardwood, Entertainment System, Under Ground Parking, Furnished, Heated Pool. Healthy HOA

$1,249,500 REDUCED

970-949-7705 FSBO - BROKERS PROTECTED

Eustaquio Cortina 970-471-0626 ecortina@gatewayland.com beavercreekvail.com Gateway Land and Development

$699,000

$327,500

www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C33577

Resort Condo!

2 bedroom 2 bath with many amenities including, heated pool, hot tub, sauna, on site management and tennis courts. Great views to Beaver Creek!

$219,900

Laurie Slaughter, GRI, 970-471-0108 Prudential Colorado Properties SlaughterRealtyGroup lauries@vail.net

Turn looky-loos into buyers! Showcase your listing here.

Barb Murray 970-331-7070 barb@barbmurray.com Ron Byrne & Associates

Bethany Boston-Johnson, Broker Prudential Colorado Properties Cell - 970.390.4347

845-9937 www.vaildaily.com/placead

BACHELOR GULCH

BACHELOR GULCH

BEAVER CREEK

Own what you can use! One-sixth deeded ownership in this fantastic 4-bedroom home. Flexible week choices.

Beaver Creek Landing B405 Ski-in to and out of this beautifully finished property, close to Avon and Beaver Creek Resort amenities.

Bear Paw Lodge - Bachelor Gulch’s premier ski-in, ski-out property. A-7 4BD/4.5BA Furnished. 2524 sq.ft. Located on the slopes; pools, hot tubs, this has it all. Owners & guest stop in to view one of Bachelor Gulch’s finest properties & get current market overview from a broker with 28 years experience in the Vail Valley. Visit Fieldofstreams.net the only web site dedicated exclusively to Bachelor Gulch Updated daily!. Ski To Your Door/Deck

$895,000

$2,249,000 Anthony Bartell Owner/Broker Field of Streams Real Estate 970-390-7565

Heather Lemon Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.748.5430 hlemon@slifer.net www.heatherlemon.com Web ID: C32602

Matt Iverson & Kathy Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 miverson@slifer.net kiverson@slifer.net www.vailskihomes.com Web ID: C35024

BEAVER CREEK

BEAVER CREEK

BEAVER CREEK

BEAVER CREEK-OPEN HOUSE

Fully Furnished in Beaver Creek Ski-in/ski-out 1st floor condo on the creek/park. Close to hot tub, on walking path to Village. Furnishings from Slifer Designs included. One of the best rental units in Creekside.

INCREDIBLE LOCATION & VALUE The Residences at Park Hyatt: limited number of 2 and 3 bedroom, ski-in/skiout, fractional ownership residences available in the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. Includes access to all the luxurious amenities within the hotel.

Incredible opportunity to own ski-in ski-out 2 BD, 3 BTH, Condo in Beaver Creek. Quiet Mountain Setting, walk to skiing, hiking, shopping, & restaurants. Nicely Furnished, heated outdoor pool, and the best value in Beaver Creek!

OPEN HOUSE: FRI 7/20 3:00-5:00PM 1206 Village Rd. BUY NOW and spend your summer in the cool mountain air. 1 bedroom, 2 bath furn condo, steps to shops and restaurants. Covered parking and hot tub. Great rental property

Pam Horan-Kates Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.569.6504 phorankates@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C34861

Prices start at $38,000 970.748.5411 www.TheResidencesAtParkHyatt.com

$1,075,000

$475,000

New Price $649,000! Jennie Longville Prudential Colorado Properties 970-390-6617

$500,000

Leslie Grooters Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970-376-0705


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BEAVER CREEK-OPEN HOUSE

BEAVER CREEK

BELLYACHE

BELLYACHE/WOLCOTT

OPEN HOUSE: SAT 7/21 2:00-4:00PM 29 Highlands Lane #4 Gorgeous ski-in/ski-out 4-bedroom, 5.5-bath home with a rare 2-car garage. This home has been completely updated with new carpeting, granite counters, stainless steel appliances. $2,495,000 Happy Power Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.331.8196 hpower@slifer.net

OPEN HOUSE TODAY: 1:00-4:00PM 569 Holden Rd. Exceptional finishes and amenities, including two master suites, timber trusses, expansive windows, and exercise room - this residence is a must see.

Upper Borders #106 Elegantly and completely remodeled full 2 BR 1¾BA residence with expansive ski slope views from every room. Marvelous wide plank Ash floors, skip trauled walls, gourmet kitchen and built in entertainment center. A stunning residence with wonderful amenities including year round pool and jacuzzi. Ski in Ski out !

A Mountain Paradise 4-bedroom, 4½ baths; professional-grade kitchen and large Butler's pantry, sunroom, entertainment room w/ wet bar, studio, office, and wine cellar. Spectacular views and abundant entertaining areas inside and out.

BANK OWNED!!! 40 acres and a damaged home.Amazing views and tons of potential. Call for details

$4,995,000 Tiffany Lydon Weinreich Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.331.5115 tlydon@slifer.net

NEW PRICE

$1,449,549

$724,900

Michael Routh Rocky Mountain Home Team Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970-306-7711 www.VailValleyPropertySearch.com

REDUCED TO $795,000

Matt Bresler (970) 376-0708 Resort Development Marketing

Mark Weinreich 970 376-3204 Prudential Colorado Properties WWW.BeaverCreekMtnRealEstate.Com

BOOTH CREEK

COMMERCIAL - AVON

COMMERCIAL - AVON

COMMERCIAL - AVON

This 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath 2 Car Garage End Unit Faces South East Offering Bright Sun And Views Of The East Vail Chutes. Property Has Been Freshly Painted And New Carpet Throughout. Minutes to Vail Village, Indoor Hot Tub And Space For The Family Make This TH The Perfect Getaway In The Vail Valley.

Avon Center GREAT LOCATION; WALK TO THE SKI LIFT. UNDER GROUND PARKING; FROM 8 NNN; 3 MONTHS FREE RENT. Office, Sizes from 523 to 2,886 sq./ft.. Also available for sale starting from 69K for 2nd floor office space. Ask about shared in-suite option available for health care practitioners.

Chapel Square Shopping Center Two Restaurant Spaces Available For Lease Free Rent & Tenant Allowance package available for a long-term lease

Evans Chaffee Commercial Center Two fully finished office spaces Free rent & tenant allowance package available for a long-term lease Forced air heating and cooling; ample parking. 1,697 sqft & 349 sqft both for $15/sf/yr Storage available $10/sf/yr

Onie Bolduc 970.390.6611 Bold Real Estate Solutions

Call Scott Schlosser at 328-9519 Eagle Valley Realty www.Eaglevalleyrealty.org

www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C36266

www.dealsinvail.com Web ID: C35702

$629,000

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COMMERCIAL - BEAVER CREEK

COMMERCIAL - EDWARDS

Premier Retail Space in the Park Hyatt

32530 HWY 6 Comprised of two parcels, 2+/- acres each or a total of approximately 4.06 acres is this excellent development opportunity. Currently generating approximately $7,000-$9,000 in monthly income.

Appox. 1,600 sq. ft. of space for lease in the "heart" of Beaver Creek Village along the plaza. High-end finishes and includes parking.

COMMERCIAL - GRAND JUNCTION

145 N. Fourth St. Downtown Grand Junction office building for sale or lease. One block from desirable Main St. 10,000+ sq.ft., lobby, conference rooms, storage and parking lot. Across from Federal Bldg. and City parking lot.

REDUCED! $699,000

Please contact Brian Woodell at 970.845.2026 bwoodell@slifer.net

Matt Iverson & Kathy Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton (970)569-2112 or (970)926-3000

www.arrowheadatvail.com Web ID: C29889

or Lease (call for terms) Dale Beede, CCIM 970-244-6615 Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties, www.grandjunctioncommercial.com

CORDILLERA

CORDILLERA

CORDILLERA

166 Cimarron Trail. Exceptional 4 BD/5 BA home with golf course on two sides. Expansive decks, open floor plan, and huge log posts and beams in the vaulted Great Room. Designer touches. Large family and bonus rooms.

18 Rue Du Prince Details abound in this incredibly beautiful 4-bedroom home with mountain views and a chef's kitchen for the entertaining.

240 Casteel Ridge Live at Casteel Pointe to enjoy the unparalleled views from 240 Casteel Ridge. This beautifully appointed home has a Tower Room for guests or an office and a latticed Garden Room for special parties. An elevator is being added for everyone's convenience. 5 bedrooms/6 baths, a wine room, 2 coffee bars; this home PAMPERS you!

Joseph Johns Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970-471-1432

$1,595,000 Kathy Iverson or Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.vailskihomes.com

$1,950,000

End cap unit with patio, 4,310 sqft $17/sf/yr Fully built out with FF&E, 7,130 sqft, $12/sf/yr

formerly Outback Steakhouse. Mike Pearson 970-476-4185 NAI Mountain Commercial mike@naimountain.com www.naimountain.com

COPPER MOUNTAIN

GREAT BUY in Copper Mountain! Spacious Telemark Lodge studio. SKI SLOPES VIEWS! Smart, spacious floor plan! Easily sleeps 6 with Murphy Bed, sleeper sofa & bunk beds! Full kitchen, extra vanity area, 2 large closets, extra storage under window seat. Offered fully furnished and turn key for use or rental. Underground parking, hot tub and elevator in the building! $179,500. Serious inquiries only, 970-328-7381. Brokers welcome 3% commission.

CORDILLERA

Almost 4-acres Drastically Reduced! Beautiful, buildable, secluded homesite borders on approx. 2 acres of wildlife corridor/open space.

Was $189,000 Now... $118,900

Priced to sell @ $2,998,000 Call Joy @ 471-1911 or buy a half interest for $1,500,000!

Web ID: C36405

Prudential Colorado Properties

Janice Ciampa-Bauer (970)845-3808 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate jbauer@slifer.net www.janicebauer.com Web ID: C31094

CORDILLERA

CORDILLERA - DIVIDE

CORDILLERA

CORDILLERA

Classy Digs! Beautiful setting with lovely views of the Gore Range. Two master suites, 2 guest suites plus bunk room. Great outdoor living spaces on 2 levels. Very sunny, open and bright, on cul-de-sac.

Super Value in Kensington Green 380 Kensington Green Exquisite home with outstanding interior finishes: slab granite, custom cabinetry, hardwood and limestone floors, three large master suites. A great value!

Pam Horan-Kates Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.569.6504 phorankates@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C35772

Rick Pirog & John Tyler Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (970) 390-0608 or (970) 477-5720 rpirog@slifer.net or jtyler@slifer.net www.rickpirog.com Web ID: C33300

Downtown! 341 Kensington Green Entirely customized Kensington overlooking water with big views. Gourmet kitchen; built-in bunks; master occupies entire upper level. Third suite is reminiscent of a log cabin. Family retreat. $1,175,000 Pete Seibert Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.569.6504 pseibert@slifer.net Pam Horan-Kates 970.926.3505 phorankates@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C34123

$1,850,000

$795,000

Large Cordillera home, 5 bedroom/5 bath, great views and private location

1,925,000

call John Milligan 970-390-0549 for showing Access Properties of Vail

Payment in advance? Really? If someone is asking you to pay in advance for an item they are selling in our Classified advertising section, be on your guard. We work hard to ensure the credibility and quality of our advertisements, so please contact us immediately if you have concerns about a print or online Classified ad. Call 866.850.9937 or email classifieds@cmnm.org TRUSTED LOCAL CONNECTIONS POWERFUL NATIONAL REACH

Mike Pearson 970-476-4185 NAI Mountain Commercial mike@naimountain.com www.naimountain.com

CORDILLERA

1223 Red Draw Immaculate single family. Enjoy this 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath home in Cordillera with an outstanding view. Great family room.

$1,925,000

John Milligan 970-390-0549 Access Properties of Vail

CORDILLERA

Amazing Opportunity 602 Colorow Rd.

Enjoy the luxury and peace of mind in this gated community on these breathtaking 18+/- acres. Build your dream home to the views of your choice. Privacy galore with a large building site.

$219,900 Scott Marino Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.7406 smarino@slifer.net www.marinovailrealestate.com Web ID: C36270

CORDILLERA

Mountain Elegance Year-round stunning views. Open floorplan, solid wood and stone construction, air-conditioning, steam shower, decks and patios, and 3-car heated garage. Features 5 bedrooms and exquisite landscaping. $1,995,000 Tiffany Lydon Weinreich Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.331.5115 tlydon@slifer.net www.dealsinvail.com Web ID: C34959


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CORDILLERA/RANCH BEAUTIFUL 4 BEDROOM CUSTOM HOME IN THE DIVIDE OF CORDILLERA MAIN FLOOR MASTER, WONDERFUL FINISH LEVELS AND BREATH TAKING VIEWS OFFERED FULLY FURNISHED. $1,225,000.00

Newly Listed! 273 Bearden Timeless. This residence is warmly sophisticated with the best interior design & materials. Created on a private, stunning site, everything about this home will please. 4BR/4.5B. $2,249,000 Pam Horan-Kates Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.569.6504

Newly Listed! Timeless. This residence is warmly sophisticated with the best interior design & materials. Created on a private, stunning site, everything about this home will please. 4BR/4.5B. Pam Horan-Kates Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.569.6504 phorankates@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C36330

Jeffery Cloonan Prudential Colorado Properties

CORDILLERA/RED CANYON ESTATES

CORDILLERA

EAGLE

phorankates@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C36330

611 Red Canyon Creek Road The Pueblo-styled estate home, blends into the natural red sandstone hillside, within lovely landscaped surroundings.

$2,495,000

Kathy Iverson or Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.vailskihomes.com Web ID: C36157

EAGLE

$2,249,000

140 Alcazar Cordillera Divide

65 Fulford Unique in Cordillera Nice home on 2.79 acres with 1562 Red Draw fabulous views and plenty of elbow room. Set in a serene meadow with trees, 3 bedroom/2.34 baths on 2 levels You ponds, stream and waterfall, the property must see this lovely home. is as desirable as the home. Four bedrooms, 4 baths, family room, office, 2-car garage, 3150+/- sq.ft. on over 1 acre. $969,000 Priced at $399,000 Pam Horan-Kates Call Joy @ 471-1911 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate or Dave @ 401-0046 970.390.0669 phorankates@slifer.net Prudential Colorado Properties

Fascinating Ranch! 14551 Hwy 6

$1,100,000 Barb Murray 970-331-7070 barb@barbmurray.com Ron Byrne & Associates

EAGLE

Bank Owned! Check out this amazing deal on a Duplex Property! 3 bedroom/3 bathroom. Call today for more info and showings.

$244,900

EAGLE

Brand new construction 3 & 4 Bedroom Townhomes with “huge” discounts Brush Creek Village is the best deal in Eagle! Private subdivision with children’s playground and park adjacent to Eagle ice rink & pool. Basement units available

Michael Routh Rocky Mountain Home Team Keller Willams Mountain Properties 970-306-7711 www.VailValleyPropertySearch.com

John Purchase Wynton Homes Realty - 970-390-9943 www.brushcreekvillage.com

EAGLE

EAGLE-OPEN HOUSE

EAGLE

Immediate Income 135 E. Second St.

OPEN HOUSE: SAT 7/21 3:00-6:00PM 1098 MESA DR. Located high in Eby Creek Mesa, this 4bd, 5ba SF home has fabulous views of the Sawatch Mtn Range, along with a gourmet kitchen, large patio, upper game room & finished lower level.

www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C36016

EAGLE

22 Fairway Lane

Spectacular!!! Awesome!!! This is a wonderful home with a main level master, four additional bedrooms, two fireplaces, hot tub, and beautifully furnished. Panoramic views, serenity and privacy combine to make this a lovely home.

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 12:00-2:30PM

Now starting at just $299,000

A 35+/- acre horse ranch on the Eagle River. Exclusive gated community of only 10 homes. Rare opportunity for ranch living with private river frontage, 5-bedroom home and privacy galore. $2,100,000 Katherine (Kay) Dodds Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Eagle Ranch Office (970) 390-8981 kdodds@slifer.net www.KayVailRealEstate.com Web ID:36006

This apartment complex features 8, 1-bed, 1-bath units. It has guaranteed immediate income, with a gross monthly income of $4,500. This is your opportunity to own in the historical part of Eagle.

970.328.1382 smarino@slifer.net www.marinovailrealestate.com Web ID: C36186

$699,000 Leslie Grooters

OPEN HOUSE: SAT 7/7 11:00AM-1:00PM 998 Montgomerie Circle You must see this beautiful residence with 4 large bedrooms, recreation room, extensive storage, plus garage. Immaculately maintained, 2,594+/- sq.ft. with new finishes. PRICE REDUCED $369,000 Kim Bradley Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970-376-0705

(970) 376-5814 kbradley@slifer.net www.KimBradleyRealEstate.com

EAGLE

EAGLE

EAGLE RANCH

EAGLE RANCH

EAGLE RANCH

Price Reduced 593 GOLDEN EAGLE Possible Short Sale! Lots of space to spread out in this family home in the desirable Eagle Terrace neighborhood. Wood floors in the living/dining room combo; 2 sided fireplace into main level master. $314,000 Keller Williams Mountain Properties to view all Vail Valley Real Estate visit

PRICE REDUCED 704 Mesa Dr. Eby Creek Mesa Log home nestled in the trees with great views. Comfortable, cozy living room w/gas fireplace adjoins dining area and large upgraded kitchen.Main floor master & 2 oversized bedrooms up. $369,900 Keller Williams Mountain Properties to view all Vail Valley Real Estate visit KWMountainProperties.com

127 Callie Clark

190 Bunkhouse Backs to open space, striking views of Castle Peak, open floor plan, main floor master suite, huge family room and lock-off space.

Kim Bradley Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (970) 376-5814 kbradley@slifer.net www.KimBradleyRealEstate.com Web ID 36104

134 Seabry St. Ideal Cul-de-sac Home Well maintained 5BD/4.5BA quiet home. Stunning main floor with hardwood, study, formal dining room and master suite. This home has finished basement with guest bedroom. $595,000 Kim Bradley Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (970) 376-5814 kbradley@slifer.net www.KimBradleyRealEstate.com

Scott Marino Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970-390-7406 smarino@slifer.net www.MarinoVailRealEstate.com

EAGLE RANCH

EAGLE RANCH

EAGLE RANCH

970 Sylvan Lake Rd.

Beautiful 1.33 acre lot for sale by owner . Build your dream home on this gorgeous lot.Located at 1028 Hernage Creek Rd. The nearest schools are Brush Creek Elementary , Eagle Valley Middle School and Red Canyon High School. $285,000 Contact Greg (970)343-9710 or Jenny (970)948-3062 for more info. Reasonable offers will be considered. Brokers welcome. A perfect place to make your family dreams come true!

OPEN HOUSE - MONDAY Explore the possibilities and see for yourself the quality, location, and value of a Sylvan Square Condo. Two bedrooms, two baths, upper level $219,5000

Eagle Vail

Bruce Creek (South of Eagle) This upscale horse ranch features: distant vistas, irrigated meadows on 19+ acres, a charming creek and pond; a three level home with a four car garage, shop/stable/barn area, and borders the BLM and Adam's Rib;

$995,000

Call Stockmans Land Exchange 970-328-7500 or stockmans@vail.net

KWMountainProperties.com 970-476-1600 or 970-328-2327

EAGLE RANCH

248 Lime Park Dr. Designer's custom 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath home on a quiet cul-de-sac is close to Eagle Ranch's Arnold Palmer signature golf course. $699,000 Kathy Iverson & Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net

970-476-1600 or 970-328-2327

EAGLE RANCH

674 Hernage Creek Rd.

Reclaimed Douglas Fir beams, warm hickory floors, oversized 3 ½ car garage, mother-in-law suite and a main-floor master are just a few of the custom touches.

REDUCED!!!! $649,000 Kim Bradley 970.376.5814 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate kbradley@slifer.net Katherine (Kay) Dodds 970.390-8981 kdodds@slifer.net

$600,000 Scott Marino Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

Ideal Eagle Ranch Location At the end of a cul-de-sac with an open floorplan featuring 4bds/3.5-baths plus study, loft and dining room.

$609,000

This 4 bedroom 3,200+/- sq. ft. home is convenient to all Eagle Ranch amenities and offers great living spaces including an office, formal dining, eat in kitchen and finished basement. Finishes include custom paint, wood floors, granite and tile. The back deck is perfect for entertaining or relaxing in the hot tub.

$419,000

Come take a look and join us for a little Happy Hour.

www.vailskihomes.com Web ID: C35292

www.KayVailRealestate.com www.kimbradleyrealestate.com

Laurie Slaughter, GRI, 970-471-0108 Prudential Colorado Properties Slaughter Realty Group lauries@vail.net

EAGLE RANCH - OPEN HOUSE

EAGLE RANCH

EAGLE-VAIL

EAGLE-VAIL

OPEN HOUSE: SAT 7/21 2:00-5:00PM 16 Callie Clark Court

Spectacular Views! 759 Hernage Creek Road On one of Eagle Ranch's most desirable streets, this home captures the surrounding views and private draws. A flowing floorplan lives well day-to-day, yet perfect for entertaining.

Private updated 3-bedroom, 4-bath condo. Great location on golf course at the end of cul-de-sac. Vaulted ceiling, private deck over looking golf course. Three designated surface parking spaces.

330 Elk Lane #4

89 Trout Pond Lane Eagle Vail's best location. Awesome views across the pond up the 18th fairway. Quiet cul de sac with kids park. Single family home within walking distance of golf, pool, tennis&more

OFFERED @ ONLY $719,000! Prudential Colorado Properties Rick Messmer 970.376.0041

Kim Bradley Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

Unique design and floor plan in this 4BD/4.5BA custom Eagle Ranch Home. Light flows through the home bringing the outside beauty in. This home boasts huge ceilings, fantastic window package, main floor master bedroom, a master bathroom that is not to be missed, and so much more!

rick@vail.net

$715,000

970.376.5814 kbradley@slifer.net www.kimbradleyrealestate.com

$389,000 Kristi Cavanagh Bugby Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.569.6552 kcavanagh@slifer.net www.kristicavanagh.com Web ID: C33583

$1,099,000

Keller Williams Mountain Properties to view all Vail Valley Real Estate visit KWMountainProperties.com 970-476-1600 or 970-328-2327

$715,000

www.SylvanSquareCondos.com Jenni Marquez (970)328-5057

Slifer Smith & Frampton jmarquez@slifer.net Web ID: C25665

Amazing setting with picturesque views. 7200 square foot house on 1 full acrea of land. A two bedroom rental apartment provides excellent income. This 6 bedroom/5 bath single family residence on top of whiskey hill is a must see. $999,000 Karl Edgerton 970-390-9664 Vail property brokerage


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Eagle Vail

EAST VAIL

EAST VAIL

Amazing value for this remodeled home! 3BD/3BA, bonus room, loft and high-end finishes throughout. Open kitchen with granite countertops & stainless appliances. Large yard, perfect for summer BBQ's!

Take advantage of this opportunity to own a 3/3 in Eagle Vail across from the park. New paint and carpet, brand new kitchen! Priced to sell.

Townhouse - 3 BR, 2BA. Own for $ 1,500 /mo. No Money Down possible / owner finance down payment. Lock in the lowest home prices and lowest interest rates - Denver prices already rising. Fireplace. Low dues. Great Golf Course frontage. $ 1,500 per month Call Local Owner - TJ 518-641-9860 FSBO

Courtside Townhome Unit 28 In East Vail, desirable location, end unit backing to BLM. 3 beds 2.5 baths, fully furnished with loft across from Racquet Club and bus route. Close to hiking and biking trails.

Great space in this large 3-bedroom, 3-bath condominium with nice views to the south. Convenient access to Town of Vail bus and Timber Falls summer pool. Gas heat included in the dues. Easy to show.

Offered at $899,000

Teresa Ankerholz Ankerholz Real Estate Todd M. Keleske Broker 970-376-4478

Chris Ball Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.376.2074 cball@slifer.net www.chrisball.net Web ID: C36142

EAST VAIL

EAST VAIL

EAST VAIL

$599,000 Tyra Rudrud Sonnenalp Real Estate 970-376-2258 tyra@srevail.com

Call Joy@ 970-471-1911 Prudential Colorado Properties

EAST VAIL

EAST VAIL-OPEN HOUSE

Just Listed 4295 Columbine Drive #15 Great location, quality and value in East Vail. Enjoy amazing views from your sunny deck on the top floor of this wonderful remodeled condominium.

OPEN HOUSE: SAT 7/21 10AM-1PM 4595 Bighorn Road Beautiful views of the East Vail chutes from this 4-bedroom, 4-bath home. Beautifully furnished with remodeled kitchen and master bath. The bus stops right in front so access to Vail is easy.

$329,000 Happy Power Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.331.8196 hpower@slifer.net www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C36087

EAST VAIL

Stunning remodel in the 3-bedroom plus den townhome. A very quiet setting with a large deck and hot tub.

$795,000.00

$379,000

OPEN HOUSE: SAT 3-6 13 MOUNTAIN MEADOW TOWNHOMES 2 Bedroom and 2.5 Bath 1 car attached garage Private location Steps to bus

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 7/21 & SUN. 7/22 1PM-5PM COURTSIDE TOWNHOMES 3BR + Loft / 2.5 BA / Heated Garage Tastefully remodeled townhome with hardwood floors, S/S appliances, granite throughout and Pella HE windows and doors. Priced far below current market. FSBO/Brokers protected.

$650,000

Priced to Sell 5040 Prima Court #2

Spectacular views from this captivating duplex in East Vail. On the bus route and nestled in a quiet wooded area, the home features a perfect blend of privacy and views.

$895,000

$749,500 239-304-6880

Paul Gotthelf Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.476.2421 pgotthelf@slifer.net Eric Gotthelf egotthelf@slifer.net www.gottmountainhomes.com Web ID: C34756

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

111 Wellington

113 Mill Loft B107

113 Mill Loft B109

113 Mill Loft B207 2 BD + enclosed loft with full bath, 2 BA. Assigned carport. Upgrades include flooring, counter tops, cabinets, paint, dishwasher, kitchen sink and faucet.

Reduced to $499,000

Listed at $162,000

Happy Power (970)331-8196 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate hpower@slifer.net www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C34439

$659,000 Jane Hand 970-390-8833 Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty jane@ascentsir.com janehand.com

EDWARDS

$875,000

Do you want to own up valley and live in a great New listing within Miller Ranch! 2BD, 1 BA Condo in Miller Ranch location in Edwards? Do you want your kids/pets Ground floor condo with 2 bedrooms and 1 A 2 BD, 1 BA condo affordably priced in to play in a large fenced in backyard? bath. South-facing large outdoor patio Edwards. South facing views and plenty of Is an affordable single family with a 2 car garage with mature landscaping. sun in this ground floor condo with no what you have been waiting for? Come see this cute perfectly situated home today! stairs and a large fenced in patio area.

Daniel Estrada or Kris Bruce 970-331-3477 or 970-376-6656 High Life Properties kris@highlifeproperties.com

For more info, visit www.valleyhomestore.org or call 970-328-8776.

Price Improved to $160,000 For a photo tour or more info, visit www.valleyhomestore.org or call 328-8776.

Offered for $240,000 Photos available online at www.valleyhomestore.org, for more info. Buyers must be qualified per the deed restriction and complete an application. For questions, call 328-8776.

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

113 Mill Loft C215 Condo in Miller Ranch 2 BD + Loft, 2 BA, top floor condo with south facing views.Full bath and walk-in closet in loft. Nice bathroom, kitchen and flooring upgrades.

1182 Beard Creek Rd. Extraordinarily beautiful home on 3.2 acres only minutes from Edwards and Beaver Creek. Gourmet kitchen, 5/5.5,

119 Silver on bike path

151 Tames Creek Duplex in Edwards, Miller Ranch 3 BD/2 BA/1 Car Garage End unit with grass fenced in yard that includes waterfall, fire pit & stone patio.

One of the only single-family homes in Millers Creek it is situated on the banks of the Eagle River. This home boasts a bright and inviting great room opening onto a deck. $1,079,000

Price Improved to $219,000 Visit www.valleyhomestore.org for a photo tour and more info. Call today at 328-8776.

$1,995,000 FOR YOUR DREAM HOME! Call Joy @ 471-1911 Prudential Colorado Properties

EDWARDS

Chris Ball Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.376.2074 cball@slifer.net

Single family home in Miller Ranch 4 BD/2 BA/bike path location in Edwards/large backyard/new first floor finishes/great views

Offered for $288,000

274 River Ranch Road

For more info, visit www.valleyhomestore.org or call 328-8776

For more info, visit www.valleyhomestore.org or call 328-8776 for an application

Kathy Iverson & Matt Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net www.vailskihomes.com Web ID: C25175

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69 Marble H238 2 BD + loft, 2 BA condo in Miller Ranch Second floor living and views with many nice upgrades

6 Choke Cherry Miller Ranch duplex 3 BD/2 BA/1 Car Garage Located on open space, end unit Fenced in backyard, flooring upgrades, faux paint

85 Marble J145 2 BD/1 BA condo in Edwards End unit with extra windows, handicap accessible, great views of Game Creek bowl

Beautifully remodeled town home with hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite counters and stacked stone fireplace. The spacious patio opens to a large common area lawn. Great location in Edwards with 1 car garage. A must see!

Listed at $209,000

Offered for $279,000

Offered for $155,000 for pictures visit www.valleyhomestore.org or call 328-8776 for more information

For more information or an application, visit www.valleyhomestore.org or call 328-8776. Photo tour available online.

For more info, visit www.valleyhomestore.org or call 328-8776 for an application.

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

Darling 2 BD fully furnished condo in Edwards. Like new condition perfect for 1st time homeowner or weekenders getaway!Top Floor, Vaulted Ceilings, Jetted Tub, Gas FP, 1 car garage, Dues inc. heat, wonderful views from deck & onsite pool!

Offered Furnished at $229,000 Must see! Jennie Longville May Prudential Colorado Properties 970-390-6617

Offered at $309,000

EDWARDS

Downtown! Downtown! 216 Main St. #R-313 Super top-floor corner condominium with Super top-floor corner condominium with extra half bath. New cabinets, hardware extra half bath. New cabinets, hardware & & granite in kitchen, new lighting & granite in kitchen, new lighting & hardware in baths, great closets, custom hardware in baths, great closets, custom paint, washer/dryer. paint, washer/dryer. $325,000.00 $325,000 Pam Horan-Kates Pam Horan-Kates Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.569.6504 970.390.0669 phorankates@slifer.net phorankates@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C33034 www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C33034

$399,000

Best retail space in Riverwalk! High visibility/pedestrian & vehicle traffic. Light and sunny exposure. Across from theatres. Perfect for retail, office or service business. 788 sq ft. $25 NNN.

Suzi Apple Gateway Land & Development 970-376-5417 Apple@Gatewayland.com

*PRICE SLASHED!* $339,000

EDWARDS

EDWARDS

Gorgeous 3 BD Condo on the Eagle River Amazing top of world river & mountain views from your deck and all through this home! Beautiful Luxury throughout. Cherry wood flooring, marble, granite, and tastefully appointed. AC, Secured Elevator, great location in heart of Edwards. Walk to shopping, restaurant, riverpath and more!

Great 1 Bedroom in Riverwalk! 225 Main St.

$895,000 Jennie Longville May Prudential Colorado Properties 390-6617

Bonnie 970-390-2111

Immaculate and spacious 1- bedroom, top-floor penthouse condominium (not deed restricted) with beautiful finishes throughout and vaulted ceilings. Includes a 1- car garage. $275,000 Dana Correia Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.845.3848 dcorreia@slifer.net www.beavercreekluxuryhomes.com Web ID: C35191


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SHORT SALE Opportunity! BANK OWNED!!! Charming 2 bed/ 2.5 bathtownhome with 5800+ square foot, 5 Bedroom Log Home Location Location Location! garage in Homestead. Only a stone's with Multi-Million Dollar Views! On Eagle River, beautiful grounds with 2828 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath throw to the Homestead Court Club. Barn Check this Homestead property out today; pool. 2Bdrm/2Bath + Loft. On bike path & Custom home, 3 car garage, fenced back it will not last long at this price! Call now wood floors and custom paint make this a bus route. Low HOA's. Walking distance to yard, backs up to open space, wildlife, must see!Call today for more details or a for details, photos or a private showing. schools, parks and town. secluded cul-de-sac, great neighborhood, private showing. Priced to sell FSBO No brokers please. many extras! $749,900 $295,000 Michael Routh Michael Routh $669,000 Rocky Mountain Home Team Rocky Mountain Home Team $305,000 Keller Williams Mountain Properties Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970.471.2442 Call Centralized Showings 888-229-2208 970-306-7711 970-306-7711 FSBO or owner at 970.471.1750 www.VailValleyPropertySearch.com www.VailValleyPropertySearch.com

HOMESTEAD - 91 Spring Creek Court

Lowest priced 3 bedroom in River Pines! Steps to Riverwalk and the Eagle River. 1,314 square feet, underground parking, great views. Great rental income or perfect for full time resident.

$349,000

Josh Lautenberg 970-390-4127 Sonnenalp Real Estate www.SkiHomesVail.com

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EDWARDS/ SOUTH FORTY

EDWARDS

NEW LISTING! Spacious 4 BD, 4.5 BTH, Single Family home in wonderful Homestead neighborhood. Corner lot with mature landscaping, Oversized 2 car garage, vaulted ceilings, Gas fireplace, great yard for kids, quality finished throughout, perfect home For growing family!

Only minutes from Arrowhead free skier parking as well as Beaver Creek parking while enjoying the bike path to both Edwards and Avon out your front door. Enjoy incredible sunsets of your deck. Don't miss this nearly 1/2 acre lot on the Eagle River and Prestigious County Club of the Rockies Arrowhead Golf course for only

76 Lariat Court Country Style living in the heart of Edwards, Single Family on 1.34 acres, 4 bed, den, 4 bath, studiapt., at the end of the court, custom storage shed, framed green house, with large 2 car garage. 3,550sqft. $779,000 Kurt Davis- 970-390-0988 Access Properties of Vail kdavis@vail.net Vailhomesearch.com

Trail Ridge Townhome #16 Spacious 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhome in the heart of Homestead. Backyard is greenspace and an easy walk to the club. Hardwood floors on the main level and tons of storage, plus a large 1 car garage.

Onie Bolduc Bold Real Estate Solutions 970.390.6611

River Pines corner Condo has been fully remodeled. 2 bd 2 bath condo includes hand hewn floors, granite, and stainless steel appliances. With heated garage and storage, this is a not to be missed second home or primary residence in the Vail Valley. This property is steps from Riverwalk while being seconds from the Eagle River. $335,000 Onie Bolduc Bold Real Estate Solutions 970.390.6611

FRISCO

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

GYPSUM

GYPSUM

GYPSUM

Why Pay Aspen/Vail Prices for Development Sites? Check this on Frisco Main Street 2 Blocks from Town Center Convenient to the West I-70 Exit High Traffic Flow • 2 Lots, 1.3 Acres Mixed-Use Zoning • Close to Restaurants, Shops • Central to Copper Mountain, Breckenridge and Keystone Price Significantly Reduced Call Ken Deshaies 970-262-7669 www.SnowHome.com

Charming single family home for sale in No Name, near Glenwood Springs. Half acre lot. Two bedrooms, plus loft, spiral staircase, gas fireplace, double-car garage. Borders Colorado River with great canyon views. Hiking and biking trails close by.

130 Chatfield Lane Family sized home! This 5 bedroom home offers options and great value. Features include a finished walkout basement, main level master suite, lots of storage and deep oversized garage.

3 bedrooms PLUS 2 car garage! Your family will love this 3 bedroom home with granite counter tops, beautiful kitchen and dining room, unfinished basement and builder's warranty.

Perfect home for an active family with children and adult toys! The over 1500 sq ft garage/shop, plus .97 of an acres for storing boats and recreational equipment, is hard to find these days.

Asking Price $709,000

$239,000

Jennie Longville May Prudential Colorado Properties 970-390-6617

$315,000

$324,900

Barbara Schofield Prudential Colorado Properties 970-390-1378

940 Valley Rd.

$499,000

Priced at just $253,500!

Call 970-947-5203

Laurie Slaughter, GRI, 970-471-0108 Prudential Colorado Properties Slaughter Realty Group lauries@vail.net

Call Bill with Vail Holm Brokers for more details at 970 471 3333.

Keller Williams Mountain Properties to view all Vail Valley Real Estate visit KWMountainProperties.com 970-476-1600 or 970-328-2327

GYPSUM

GYPSUM

GYPSUM

GYPSUM

GYPSUM

Lovely 5/4.5 Executive Style home overlooking the 7th Fairway. Too many upgrades to list. This is a Forever home; you won't want to leave!

NEW LISTING

Perfect Location Take part in this rare opportunity to own 3.4+/- acres of undeveloped commercial land. Don’t let pre-existing buildings define your business; create your own.

Rare river frontage! 6 acres to call your own right on the Colorado River. Plenty of buildable space. Easy access all year.

Remodeled Mobile Home with Fireplace

$215,000

$419,900

$420,000.

102 Riverview This 3 BD home with a unique floor plan has been remodeled with Granite countertops, Stainless appliances and offers a bright and cheery sunroom. Fenced yard and mature landscaping.

$750,000

Joy Ortiz 970-471-1911 Prudential Colorado Properties

Laurie Slaughter, GRI 970-471-0108 Prudential Colorado Properties SlaughterRealtyGroup www.SlaughterRealtyGroup.com

Scott Marino Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970-328-1382 smarino@slifer.net

GYPSUM

HOMESTEAD

LAKE CREEK

Stop Renting! New home for just $239,900! This 3 bedroom home offers a two car garage, unfinished basement, AND new home warranty!

Just Listed 541 Gold Dust Drive. The feel of a single-family home, views to Castle Peak, in excellent condition, new carpet, vaulted ceilings, nicely landscaped, adjacent to open space and Homestead Club amenities. $649,000 Steve Cardinale, Sr. Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.845.3832

0804 Eagle Crest Unparalleled views of Lake Creek Valley. Single family home on 2.5 acres, 4 bd/4ba, huge deck and separate guest house.

Call Bill with Vail Holm Brokers at 970 471 3333.

scardinale@slifer.net www.homesinvail.com Web ID: C36382

$195,000

Reduced price $15,000.00 $5,000.00 down owner financing 719-323-0649

Call Joy @ 471-1911 Prudential Colorado properties

Thousands Get Exposure! Will See a Place Your Home

Photo Ad! Place a real estate photo ad.

Call today to reserve your space! www.vaildaily.com Priced at $1,600,000 Call Keith Thompson 970-331-5805 Gateway Land & Development

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BEST VANTAGE POINT Lowest priced 3-BD/3.5BA walking distance to lifts!

1-of-a-kind 2-level home with incredible views of Vail Mt and the slopes of Lionshead. This 3-bed/3.5 bath has spacious living areas; corner location allows lots of sun, & 3 decks. Walk to the Gondola, the shops and restaurants. Great amenities!

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Lodge at Lionshead #120 2 bed/2 bath with a Fantastic Location, Steps to Gondola!

Location, location, location! Lionshead Lifthouse for sale by owner. Unit #201, 1 bedroom, Steps away from the slopes, and a great view. 1 Minute walk to Gondola Price reduced from $320,000 to

PRICED REDUCED! $1,485,000 Lynn Emmert, Vail Realty 970-390-2084 lynn@vailrealty.com

$1,375,000

LIONSHEAD

LIONSHEAD

No Special Assessments, 1 bedroom 2 bath newly remodeled building & unit located very near the Gondola. Call me now to see it. Views to the ski slopes and Gore Creek from the spacious deck which includes BBQ grill. It's a great rental property or second home. It comes fully furnished with parking.

Priced to sell at $895,000

Friday, July 20, 2012

Eustaquio Cortina 970-471-0626 ecortina@gatewayland.com beavercreekvail.com Gateway Land & Development

$295,000

Call Richard Tritt (478)256-8487

Ski-in/Ski-Out! Lion Square Lodge #374

This front row, ski-in/ski-out 1-bedroom condo features the delightful sounds of Gore Creek and straight-on views to the mountain. Desirable corner location. Tons of amenities. Great rental potential.

$895,000

Led Gardner Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

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Lionshead Arcade #203 Nicely remodeled 2 bedroom condominium in the heart of Lionshead steps away from the Gondola. Easy access to all that the Vail Core has to offer. A great vacation property with good rental potential. $799,000 Chris Ball Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970-376-2074 cball@slifer.net www.chrisball.net

LIONSHEAD

MINTURN

MINTURN

Vantage Point 410 Remodeled condo w/ designer furniture & ski slope views. Walk to the lifts location is near shopping, and restaurants. Lots of amenities and great rentals.

484 Eagle River Street Located on the River in Minturn Charming, wonderfully restored and updated home overlooking a great fishing hole on the Eagle River in Minturn. Quiet gem on one of Minturn's best blocks.

Located in Minturn’s best block 494 Eagle River Street Classic mountain style and all the conveniences. Soak in the spa at the rivers edge.

$825,000

Pete Seibert Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390-1864 pseibert@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C32990

Pete Seibert (970)390-1864 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate pseibert@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C33606

$599,000

$749,000

Rene Blanchette Brandess-Cadmus Real Estate 970-390-2816

970.376.0223 led@ledgardner.com

www.lsl374.com www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C34699

Jackie Pyka 970-390-7634 Slifer Smith & Frampton jpyka@slifer.net www.jackiepyka.com Web ID: C29579

MINTURN

MINTURN

MINTURN-OPEN HOUSE

MINTURN

MINTURN

NEW LISTING 850 Main Street Beautifully kept home on the Eagle River. Great family living spaces and high-end finishes. Potential to add a second home on this site.

NEW LISTING 850 Main Street Beautifully kept home on the Eagle River. Great family living spaces and high-end finishes. Potential to add a second home on this site.

Price Reduced $50K! Enjoy all that the charming town of Minturn has to offer from this city style loft. This spacious 2-bedroom 2-bath features slab granite in the kitchen and baths and maple hardwood floors

$825,000 Pete Seibert Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.1864 pseibert@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com

$825,000 Pete Seibert Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.1864 pseibert@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com

Saturday 10-2 during Minturn Market 25 Harrison St, Minturn 137 Feet frontage on the Eagle River. Large home, spacious rooms, large windows capturing wildlife views. Master, deck & private lower patio overlook river. Sold furnished. Owner occupied, please call for appointment

Price Reduced 600 Main Street #610 Fabulous river views and beautiful mountain vistas from this immaculate condo. Ground floor condo with gorgeous, huge master bedroom and bath, and wonderful great room with open kitchen. $399,000 Happy Power Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.331.8196

PALISADE

PALISADE

Down a private drive you will find a Palisade Gem.Lovely grounds and comfortable 3 bd/2 bath home with lots of charm. Sits against the foothills of the Grand Mesa with wide views of Debeque Canyon and the Grand Valley. 8 irrigated acres is perfect for a small orchard or vineyard. We love this property. We think you will too

Uniquely Private Pastoral Setting

$1,395,000

Heather Davis Prudential Colorado Properties 970-471-5683

POTATO PATCH

- OPEN HOUSE

$499,000

Hank Sender 970-478-5434 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate hsender@slifer.net www.VailRealEstate.com Web ID: C33588

hpower@slifer.net www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C35694

REDCLIFF

RED SKY RANCH

Open House Saturday 11-3 Potato Patch residence with highest finishes, private courtyard, gourmet kitchen, soaring windows, 3-bed, 3.5-bath. Unlike any other. Comes with deeded Founder's Garage in Vail Village.

Red Cliff Single Family Home This affordable single-family home has a great floorplan with two decks, mountain views, a 2-car garage and an unfinished walk out basement.

Incredible homesite overlooking the 2nd green of the Fazio Course at Red Sky Ranch. You can also enjoy panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains from this .91 acre property.

FSBO

$1,675,000 Robert Schilling. Broker Associate Gateway Land and Development (970) 390-0705. RobFromVail@Earthlink.Net www.RobSchilling.Com

Jackie Pyka 970-390-7634 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate jpyka@slifer.net www.jackiepyka.com Web ID: C31840

Mac McDonald 970-390-4089 Keller Williams Mountain Properties www.178wildflowerlane.com

RED SKY RANCH

SINGLETREE

SINGLETREE

SINGLETREE

SINGLETREE

Play with a 60 Degree Wedge while you enjoy 360 Degree Views. Custom golf course lot on the 13th hole of the Norman Course at Red Sky Ranch. Enjoy views of Vail Mountain & the Rocky Mountains

271 Rawhide SF Singletree home perfect location. Back is Sonnenalp Golf course & park across the street. 4 BR 3 BA, 3 CAR GARAGE. Many Extras to make it extra special!

Offered for $595,000

$868,000 Lorraine Higgins 970-390-5942 Mountain Management

SINGLETREE

SINGLETREE

SINGLETREE-OPEN HOUSE

SINGLETREE

SINGLETREE

Charming Golf Course Location 233 June Creek Road

Just Listed-Great Homesite 181 Pinto Drive Beautiful south facing duplex homesite. Fabulous views from Game Creek to Cordillera with perfect views across the Sonnenalp Golf Course and to Arrowhead. Build the home of your dreams.

OPEN HOUSE: THURS 7/19 11:30-2:00PM 11 Foal Circle Welcome home. This stunning 5-bedroom residence boasts views of ski-slopes and Western sunsets, from indoors and out. Premium custom finishes, spacious floor plan and 3-car garage. $1,675,000 Steve and Hillary McSpadden Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8808 or 970.390.7632 hmcspadden@slifer.net

Price Reduced 40 Stagecoach Fabulous, warm and inviting 3+ bedroom, 3.5 bath home. Huge windows fill the rooms with light and invite the outdoors in.

Price Reduced! 41 Palomino Rd. Excellent quality home with fabulous views to the New York Mountains and the Arrowhead ski runs. There are plenty of decks to enjoy and also adjacent to BLM land. $1,125,000 Steve Cardinale, Sr. Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.845.3832 scardinale@slifer.net

$580,000 Tammy Craig Fruit & Wine Real Estate 970-464-5100

Mac McDonald 970-390-4089 Keller Williams Mountain Properties www.94eaglefeatherdrive.com

Quiet golf course location with Arrowhead views. Feels like a single-family. Major kitchen remodel in 2005. Vaulted great room and main level master. Mountain modern feel with a 2.5-car garage.

$635,000

Rick Pirog or John Tyler Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390-0608 or 970.477.5720 rpirog@slifer.net jtyler@slifer.net www.rickpirog.com Web ID: C35931

This special home has many upgrades throughout with beautiful views from every window. Fruit trees, small vineyard and irrigation water. 2/2, 1,200 sq ft + 400 sq ft basement + 200 sq ft studio/ office. This is a must see! Contact Bill

REDUCED!! $259,500 970-260-4731

$639,000

Happy Power (970)331-8196 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate hpower@slifer.net www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C33051

NOW $350,000

420 June Creek 980 June Creek Road. Views from every room. Bright home with Open House July 21, 2PM-5PM. quiet golfcourse location. Great room with Beautiful custom 3bdrm, 3.5 bath duplex moss rock fireplace & high ceilings. w/high end finishes completed in 2007. 3 decks, abundant storage space & flat Master on the Main w/spa bath. Purlot. $719,000 Sign on Lot. chased in 2006 for $815,000 plus over $62,000 in upgrades. Value 2009 $922,380 Now $769,000! Call for private showing $719,000 Sandra Allan Owner/Broker Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970-376-5666 to view all Vail Valley Real Estate visit Keller Williams Mtn Properties. KWMountainProperties.com http://vailvalleyrealestatebysandraallan.com 970-476-1600 or 970-328-2327

www.vailrealestate.com WEB ID C35744

$799,000

Happy Power Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.479.5767 hpower@slifer.net www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C35809

Offered for $345,000

Bright 4 bd 3.5 bth 2 car Garage with views to Arrowhead. End unit TH w/ master on main level.Large Family room with walk out patio to the Sonnenalp Golf Course and large yard. Enjoy the sunrise and sunsets from the Deck with views to Arrowhead Ski Resort. Property is Fully Furnished.

$689,000

Onie Bolduc Bold Real Estate Solutions 970.390.6611

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Spacious Singletree Home 261 Foal Circle Awesome views from this one-of a-kind home. Perfect for entertaining family and friends. You will love the easy flow of the spacious rooms on the main level. $1,895,000 Kathy Bellamy & Happy Power Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (970)845-5829 OR (970)331-8196

kbellamy@slifer.net or hpower@slifer.net

www.happyinvail.com Web ID: C33888

TIMBER SPRINGS

300 Timber Springs Dr. This 36 +/- acre lot has 400 feet of creek frontage and wonderful views. Water rights documentation is pending. $695,000 Matt Iverson or Kathy Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.8366 or 970.390.9198 kiverson@slifer.net miverson@slifer.net

SINGLETREE

SOUTHERN COLORADO

This Beautiful home has the Master on the main level. With an open floor plan, high ceilings, hard wood floors. FP in living room and a spacious kitchen with granite counter tops. Office with built in cabinets. Master Bath has a jetted tub and travertine stone. 3 Bedroom 3.5 bath and a bonus room upstairs to be used as a recreation room, library or an extra sleeping area. Oversized 2 car garage.

Huerfano County Ride - Ranch - Retire Fantastic Views, Easy access, Close to National. Forest, fishing, hunting. Horses, Antelope, Deer and Elk. Electricity and maintained roads. Close to Colorado City, Co. Owner will finance with small down.

$695,000

Brokers welcome 970.390.3774

35 Acres - $49,900 By appointment. 719-210-9339 MDinvestors@aol.com

VAIL VILLAGE

Manor Vail #103 Best Ski-In/Ski-Out in Town $1,950,000

SWEETWATER

1195 Sweetwater Rd. Dream Setting Modern day cabin in the woods with a creek set on 2+/- acres. Quality log home with lots of natural light & beautiful finishes. Huge potential with room above the garage & unfinished basement. $599,000 Kim Bradley & Dick Kesler Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (970) 376-5814 or (970) 328-2550 kbradley@slifer.net or dkesler@slifer.net www.KimBradleyRealEstate.com

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The Perfect Mountain Retreat

This custom home overlooks Sweetwater Lake with expansive mountain views in all directions. The home features large windows to bring in the light and views, stainless steel appliances, massive master suite and cozy great room. A Sportsman's paradise!!

Price Reduced $289,000

Laurie Slaughter, GRI 970-471-0108 Prudential Colorado Properties SlaughterRealtyGroup www.SlaughterRealtyGroup.com

VAIL VILLAGE

Eustaquio Cortina 970-471-0626 ecortina@gatewayland.com beavercreekvail.com Gateway Land and Development

Vail Village Plaza #27 & 28 Eustaquio Cortina 970-471-0626 A unique redevelopment ecortina@gatewayland.com BeaverCreekVail.com Opportunity in Vail Village

UNDER CONTRACT

Gateway Land & Development

www.vailskihomes.com Web ID: C34227

VAIL

Beautiful Remodel

Tastefully remodeled and furnished, this 3-bedroom condominium in Vail has it all. Vaulted ceilings. Large loft. Deeded parking in the heated garage. Pool. Elevator. Bus stop. Three minutes' drive into town.

www.331baw.com $585,000 Led Gardner Slifer, Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970-376-0223 led@ledgardner.com www.vailrealestate.com MLS# 913032

VAIL/BOOTH CREEK

A Must See! 2785 Bald Mountain Road. Fully Remodeled Home on Bald Mountain Road. Unique open floor plan, and soothing seasonal stream off back patio. Premiere location, close to all the Vail Amenities. Stunning Mountain setting front and back! $1,650,000 Robinson Mitchell & Assoc. Joanie:303-755-0000 or Robby:390-1810

VAIL -Cascade Village

Walk to the lifts! Enjoy a newly remodeled/nicely appointed Townhome in the Coldstream complex at Cascade Village by the hotel. 2BD/2.5BA 44k-66k income onsite management

VAIL

Vail Golf Course Home Contemporary 3 Br, 4 Ba Vail Retreat.Stunning Gore Range views & a prime golf course location. Floor to ceiling windows bring the outdoors in.

Huge Ski Slope Views This beautiful 3-bedroom home at the tip-top of Potato Patch oozes chic elegance, and features walls of windows with incomparable ski slope views. Convenient and ready summertime fun.

$4,295,000

$1,099,000.00 970-331-3799 Ramsey Flower Buyers Investment Group

Keller Williams Mountain Properties to view all Vail Valley Real Estate visit KWMountainProperties.com 970-476-1600 or 970-328-2327

VAIL

VAIL

VAIL - LIONSHEAD VILLAGE

VAIL

Just Listed Neat as a pin and ready to enjoy. Terrific 1-bedroom condo, just steps to a free town bus stop. Beautiful mountain views. Opportunity knocks.

OPEN HOUSE TODAY FROM 2-5 Landmark Residences Luxurious private residences with spectacular ski-slope views. Walk to Gondola. Priced from $1,275,000 - $4,900,000. 2 and 4 bedrooms available.

Rare find in Vail! Creekside townhome with garage! Beautifully remodeled 3 bedroom unit with converted gas heat, steam shower, newer windows and doors, hardwood flooring and Alder finishes.

$249,000

VAIL GOLF COURSE

$1,695,000 www.800pp.com Led Gardner 970-376-0223 led@ledgardner.com Slifer, Smith & Frampton Real Estate www.vailrealestate.com MLS# 913328

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The Wren Sale by Owner 1951 Buffehr Creek in West Vail Beautiful views of Vail Mountain and on the Creek Gore Creek from this south facing 4BR, 3BA. Hot tub with gazebo condo. Top floor unit with vaulted Steam shower with base board gas boiler ceilings, 1 bed and 2 baths. Close 1 minute to bus stop proximity to Vail Village. Price reduced from $895,000 to $625,000 $825,000 Ron Byrne Call owner at 970-476-1987 478-256-8487 Ron Byrne & Associates Real Estate

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Great buy at $715,000! Suzanne J Dugan, Broker 970 376-4994 www.sdugan.com dugan@sdugan.com

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This townhome is nestled just between Vail Village and Lionshead in Skaal Hus. A surprise with 20 ft. ceilings in the livingroom this home features 3 bedroom plus a loft! Remodeled and beautifully furnished this corner unit is priced to sell. $1,395,000 Rene Blanchette Brandess-Cadmus Real Estate 970-390-2816

Come see this beautiful 2 bed 3 bath condo located in Vail Village. South facing and beautifully remodeled this unit has large bedrooms, lots of windows, 2 ski lockers, large owners locker, garage parking, and elevator access. Offered furnished at only. $1,395,000 Rene Blanchette Brandess-Cadmus Real Estate 970-390-2816

Manor Vail Lodge Unit 136 Located steps from the slopes and Vail Village, this remodeled 3 bedroom has ski slope and Gore Creek views. Many on-site amenities including pools, hot tubs, exercise facility, spa, restaurant, and parking.

Northwoods F7 Featuring 5 bedrooms, 7 baths, beautiful finishes and an outdoor living area with fireplace and grill, this 4000 SF+ residence is an ideal family retreat. Offering a ski-in / ski-out location, pool, hot tub, and onsite management.

$1,595,000 Teresa Thomas Ron Byrne & Assoc. 970-390-0262 tthomas@ronbyrne.com

$5,495,000 Call Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223 Ron Byrne & Associates Real Estate

OPEN HOUSE 7/20 FROM 3:00 to 6:00 Vail Mountain View 204 This three bedroom/three bath recent construction has it all: Location, Pool, Hot tub, Heated Garage, On Site Management, Tons of Storage and Extremely Reasonable Condo Fees. Walk to restaurants, shops and lifts. Barb Murray 970-331-7070 barb@barbmurray.com Ron Byrne & Associates

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This beautifully upgraded condo boats not only amazing mountain and Gore Creek views, but also has a great location right in the heart of Vail Village, secluded yet close.

Village Inn Plaza #109 Spacious 3 bedroom, 2-story residence in the heart of Vail Village with breathtaking ski slope views and floor-to-ceiling windows. Deeded parking, pool and spa.

1975 Placid Dr. Ptarmigan Townhouse Unit 8 2Bd/2Ba+Den/Sleeping Area Sleeps 6 Ptarmigan Townhouse Meticulously maintained. On Gore Creek. Minutes from lifts and Villages. Heated Pool/Hot Tub. Parking (2). Bus Stop

Best Value In West Vail Stunning home located in Highland Meadows is a skier's paradise,high-end finishes,exceptionally maintained with 2-car garage.

Great Vail Value 2448 Garmisch Dr. #6 Enjoy all that Vail has to offer from the comfort of this 1-bedroom Vail condominium. Located on the free Town of Vail bus route.

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The Enclave at Wildwood This is a great townhome with lots of space and privacy. Three bedrooms plus and extra bonus room with bath, 2 car garage, high end finishes and tremendous views and sun. Bargain shoppers need to see this one.

35 Acres of Golf Course Frontage Entire property borders the 4th Fairway of the Fazio Golf Course at Red Sky Ranch. Panoramic views to ski mountains, golf course and south facing. Easement access through the gated community. $650,000 Jerry Mullikin Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.0005 jmullikin@slifer.net

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database management software. Training: Most software developers have a bachelor’s degree in computer science. “I would recommend taking college courses that support an understanding of computing fundamentals even if only to supplement another degree,” says Land. The IEEE Computer Society offers certifications for entry-level and mid-career professionals. Though the certifications aren’t required, they can validate career readiness. Land, a former president of the society, holds the mid-ca-

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passion. “I love being able to make a difference,” she says. “What I developed, or helped to develop, is being used.” Job variety and constant challenges are other pluses, as are pay and opportunities. Downsides could be long hours, especially in the throes of new project deadlines, and being the entry-level developers working on tight budgets or timelines. The Outlook: Name your state and industry. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports projected job growth of 30 percent from 2010 through 2020 for software developers because of increased demand for software products. Leading products are healthcare systems, mobile applications and cybersecurity systems. The Pay: The training will be well worth the effort. Nationally, the average salary for a software developer was slightly more than $93,000 per year in Dice’s 2011-2012 salary survey, according to Hill. That’s just slightly above the 2010 amount reported by the BLS. And Hill says the salary has risen in their survey 4 percent per year. What’s more, most software developers receive bonuses. “For those software developers who received a bonus, the payout averaged a bit more than $7,200 in 2011,” says Hill. The Way There: “It’s important to have a basic understanding of computer science fundamentals,” says Land. The BS in computer science is almost a prerequisite today, but combined computer skills and coursework might get your foot in the door. Once you do, you’ll find software development a rewarding career. As Hill says, “Bottom line: software development is a good gig.” © CTW Features


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PUBLIC NOTICE PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION July 23, 2012 1:00pm TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS PUBLIC WELCOME 75 S. Frontage Road - Vail, Colorado, 81657 **Order and times of agenda items are subject to change** 20 minutes 1. A request for the review of a minor exterior alteration, pursuant to Section 12-7B-7, Exterior Alterations or Modifications, Vail Town Code, for the removal of floor area less than 100 square feet, the modification of a roofline and the addition of a new outdoor dining deck and modification of an existing outdoor dining deck, to facilitate the combination of two commercial spaces for a new eating and drinking establishment, located at 193 East Gore Creek Drive/ Part of Lot A, Block 5B, Vail Village Filing 1, and setting forth details in regard thereto. (PEC120026) Applicant: Gore Creek Plaza LLC, represented by Matt Morgan Planner: Rachel Dimond ACTION: MOTION: SECOND: VOTE: 60 minutes 2. A request for a recommendation to the Vail Town Council for a prescribed regulations amendment, pursuant to 12-3-7, Amendment, Vail Town Code, to allow for amendments to Title 12, Zoning Regulations, to amend the development review process, and setting forth details in regard thereto. (PEC120010) Applicant: Town of Vail Planner: Rachel Dimond ACTION: MOTION: SECOND: VOTE:

SECOND:

VOTE:

3. A request for a recommendation to the Vail Town Council, pursuant to Section 12-3-7, Amendment, Vail Town Code, for prescribed regulations amendments to Title 12, Zoning Regulations, and Title 14, Development Standards, Vail Town Code, to require restoration of watercourses and riparian areas, and setting forth details in regard thereto. (PEC120011) Applicant: Town of Vail Planner: Rachel Dimond ACTION: Table to August 13, 2012 hearing MOTION: SECOND: VOTE:

WORK:Fire Station #2 Renovation SUBMITTAL DATE AND LOCATION:

4. A request for the review of conditional use permits, pursuant to Section 12-9C-3, Conditional Uses, Vail Town Code, for a healthcare facility and a public building and grounds, to allow for the redevelopment of the Town of Vail municipal site with a medical research, rehabilitation, and office building and a municipal office building located at 75 and 111 South Frontage Road West/ Unplatted, and setting forth details in regard thereto. (PEC120012) Applicant : Vail MOB, LLC, represented by Triumph Development and Town of Vail, represented by Consilium Partners, Vail Planner: Warren Campbell ACTION: Table to August 27, 2012 hearing MOTION: SECOND:

GPS coordinates and internet maps to the above address frequently are misleading. It is the responsibility of every bidder to insure timely delivery to the correct location.

5. Approval of July 9, 2012 minutes MOTION: SECOND:

The Town of Vail requests Bids for:

GPS coordinates and internet maps to the above address frequently are misleading. It is the responsibility of every bidder to insure timely delivery to the correct location.

Fire Station #2 Renovation: Interior and exterior renovation of existing Fire Station at 42 West Meadow Drive, Vail, CO.

Date & Time:

VOTE:

6. Information Update 7. Adjournment MOTION:

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The applications and information about the proposals are available for public inspection during regular office hours at the Town of Vail Community Development Department, 75 South Frontage Road. The public is invited to attend the project orientation and the site visits that precede the public hearing in the Town of Vail Community Development Department. Please call (970) 479-2138 for additional information. Sign language interpretation is available upon request with 24-hour notification. Please call (970) 479-2356, Telephone for the Hearing Impaired, for information. Community Development Department Published July 20, 2012, in the Vail Daily [8168256] INVITATION FOR BIDS

3. A request for a recommendation to the Vail Town Council, pursuant to Section 12-3-7, Amendment, Vail Town Code, for prescribed regulations amendments to Title 12, Zoning Regulations, and Title 14, Development Standards, Vail Town Code, to require restoration of watercourses and riparian areas, and setting forth details in regard thereto. (PEC120011) Applicant: Town of Vail Planner: Rachel Dimond ACTION: Table to August 13, 2012 hearing MOTION: SECOND: VOTE:

WORK:Fire Station #2 Renovation SUBMITTAL DATE AND LOCATION:

4. A request for the review of conditional use permits, pursuant to Section 12-9C-3, Conditional Uses, Vail Town Code, for a healthcare facility and a public building and grounds, to allow for the redevelopment of the Town of Vail municipal site with a medical research, rehabilitation, and office building and a municipal office building located at 75 and 111 South Frontage Road West/ Unplatted, and setting forth details in regard thereto. (PEC120012) Applicant : Vail MOB, LLC, represented by Triumph Development and Town of Vail, represented by Consilium Partners, Vail Planner: Warren Campbell ACTION: Table to August 27, 2012 hearing MOTION: SECOND:

GPS coordinates and internet maps to the above address frequently are misleading. It is the responsibility of every bidder to insure timely delivery to the correct location.

5. Approval of July 9, 2012 minutes MOTION: SECOND:

The Town of Vail requests Bids for:

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Due Date for Bids: A u g u s t 7 , 2 0 1 2 , 1 : 0 0 P . M . (MST) Submit one hard copy of the Bid, along with one PDF copy to: Mike McGee Deputy Chief 2399 N. Frontage Rd. West Vail, CO 81657 (970-479-2135

MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING: Date & Time: July 23rd, 2012, 9:00 A.M. Location:Town of Vail Public Works Administration Building 1309 Elkhorn Drive Vail, CO 81657

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Due Date for Bids: A u g u s t 7 , 2 0 1 2 , 1 : 0 0 P . M . (MST) Submit one hard copy of the Bid, along with one PDF copy to: Mike McGee Deputy Chief 2399 N. Frontage Rd. West Vail, CO 81657 (970-479-2135

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MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING: Date & Time: July 23rd, 2012, 9:00 A.M. Location:Town of Vail Public Works Administration Building 1309 Elkhorn Drive Vail, CO 81657 Bidders are required to attend the pre-bid meeting. Bids will not be accepted from bidders that do not attend. A tour of the work site will follow the prebid meeting for those interested.

Proposers may obtain Drawings and Specifications for the Project on July 16, 2012 after 1pm via the Town of Vail Sharefile website in electronic PDF format. Access to the sharefile site shall be gained only by emailing a request for access to the Town of Vail at tkassmel@vailgov.com . Please reference project name in the subject line in your email request. Proposers must print out their own hard copies. There is no fee to obtain access to the sharefile site to access drawing and specifications. Printed copies are not available. It is the proposer's responsibility to assure that he has a complete set of the Proposal Documents. General contractors are responsible for assuring that their subcontractors and suppliers receive the Project Manual and Addenda thereto. FIRST PUBLICATION July 13th ,2012 SECOND PUBLICATION July 20th, 2012 PUBLISHED IN The Vail Daily Published in the Vail Daily July 13 and 20, 2012. (8145081)

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August 14, 2012, 10:00 am (MST)

Bid Location:Submit one hard copy of the Bid, along with one PDF copy to: Chad Salli Vail Public Works Department -Administration Building 1309 Elkhorn Dr., Vail, CO 81657

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Printed copies are not available. It is the proposer's responsibility to assure that he has a complete set of the Proposal Documents. General contractors are responsible for assuring that their subcontractors and suppliers receive the Project Manual and Addenda thereto.

PUBLIC NOTICE INVITATION TO BID Project:

Proposers may obtain Drawings and Specifications for the Project on July 20, 2012 after 1pm via the Town of Vail Sharefile website in electronic PDF format. Access to the sharefile site shall be gained only by emailing a request for access to the Town of Vail at csalli@vailgov.com . Please refer||ence project • name • in the subject || line in your email request. Proposers must print out their own hard copies. There is no fee to obtain access to the sharefile site to access drawing and specifications.

August 7, 2012, 10:00 am (MST) Vail Public Works Department Administration Building 1309 Elkhorn Dr. Vail, CO 81657

Bidders are not required to attend the pre-Bid meeting, however are encouraged to attend. A tour of the Site will follow the pre-Bid meeting for those interested. Brief Description of Work Removal of existing damaged bridge rails, installation of new Type 10 (modified) bridge rails and approach rails on the Meadow Dr bridge located in the East Vail neighborhood. Proposers may obtain Drawings and Specifications for the Project on July 20, 2012 after 1pm via the Town of Vail Sharefile website in electronic PDF format. Access to the sharefile site shall be gained only by emailing a request for access to the Town of Vail at csalli@vailgov.com . Please reference project name in the subject line in your email request. Proposers must print out their own hard copies. There is no fee to obtain access to the sharefile site to access drawing and specifications. Printed copies are not available. It is the proposer's responsibility to assure that he has a complete set of the Proposal Documents. General contractors are responsible for assuring that their subcontractors and suppliers receive the Project Manual and Addenda thereto. Any questions concerning this Request for Bids shall be directed IN WRITING ONLY to the Town Engineer, E-MAIL: csalli@vailgov.com.

Any questions concerning this Request for Bids shall be directed IN WRITING ONLY to the Town Engineer, E-MAIL: csalli@vailgov.com. Chad Salli Title: Town of Vail Project Manager FIRST PUBLICATION SECOND PUBLICATION THIRD PUBLICATION PUBLISHED IN The Vail Daily

July 20th ,2012 July 27th, 2012 August 3rd, 2012 [8166021]

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Pursuant to Section 38-26-107 C.R.S. 1973, as amended, the Town of Vail hereby gives notice that on August 17, 2012, final settlement shall be made to OLDCASTLE SW GROUP, bda B&B EXCAVATING. for all work performed on the EAST MEADOW DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT located within the Town of Vail, Colorado. Any person, partnership, association of persons, company or corporation that has furnished labor, materials, provisions or other supplies used by such contractor or its subcontractors in or about the performance of its work contracted to be done and whose claim therefore has not been paid by the Contractor or his Subcontractors up to and including the time of final settlement is required to file a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid with the Town of Vail, Attention: Chad Salli, 1309 Elkhorn Drive, Vail, Colorado 81657 on or before August 13, 2012 or the Town of Vail will be released from any and all Liability for such claim. Town of Vail Chad Salli, PE Project Engineer Published in the Vail Daily on July 20, 27, 2012 & August 3, 10, 2012. [8160526] PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF MINTURN, COLORADO ORDINANCE 10 - SERIES OF 2012 AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE 10, CHAPTER 7 OF THE MINTURN MUNICIPAL CODE, ENACTING IMMEDIATE FIRE BAN IN THE TOWN OF MINTURN AND IMPOSING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF. Published in the Vail Daily on July 20, 2012. [8172814]

Chad Salli Title: Town of Vail Project Manager FIRST PUBLICATION SECOND PUBLICATION THIRD PUBLICATION PUBLISHED IN The Vail Daily

July 20th ,2012 July 27th, 2012 August 3rd, 2012 [8166021]

Bidders are required to attend the pre-bid meeting. Bids will not be accepted from bidders that do not attend. A tour of the work site will follow the prebid meeting for those interested.

Fire Station #2 Renovation: Interior and exterior renovation of existing Fire Station at 42 West Meadow Drive, Vail, CO.

6. Information Update 7. Adjournment MOTION:

INVITATION FOR BIDS

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Proposers may obtain Drawings and Specifications for the Project on July 16, 2012 after 1pm via the Town of Vail Sharefile website in electronic PDF format. Access to the sharefile site shall be gained only by emailing a request for access to the Town of Vail at tkassmel@vailgov.com . Please reference project name in the subject line in your email request. Proposers must print out their own hard copies. There is no fee to obtain access to the sharefile site to access drawing and specifications.

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The applications and information about the proposals are available for public inspection during regular office hours at the Town of Vail Community Development Department, 75 South Frontage Road. The public is invited to attend the project orientation and the site visits that precede the public hearing in the Town of Vail Community Development Department. Please call (970) 479-2138 for additional information. Sign language interpretation is available upon request with 24-hour notification. Please call (970) 479-2356, Telephone for the Hearing Impaired, for information. Community Development Department Published July 20, 2012, in the Vail Daily [8168256]

Printed copies are not available. It is the proposer's responsibility to assure that he has a complete set of the Proposal Documents. General contractors are responsible for assuring that their subcontractors and suppliers receive the Project Manual and Addenda thereto. FIRST PUBLICATION July 13th ,2012 SECOND PUBLICATION July 20th, 2012 PUBLISHED IN The Vail Daily Published in the Vail Daily July 13 and 20, 2012. (8145081)

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DEAR ABBY

By Abigail Van Buren

MAN PAYS FOR ONE-NIGHT STAND WITH SEVEN-YEAR PUNISHMENT DEAR ABBY: Seven years ago, while on a business trip to Europe, I went to a bar, got drunk and went back to my hotel with one of the "hostesses." It was a one-night stand, but my wife found out. I quit drinking with the help of AA and have never had another affair. However, I am a sociable, friendly person, and I like to share laughs and light-hearted conversation with members of both sexes. Although my wife claims to have forgiven me, she constantly brings up my "fling" and makes it clear that she doesn't trust me to this day, despite my repeated apologies, my desire to make amends and my determination never to do it again. She has made my life a living hell. She has an extremely caustic tongue that she uses at every opportunity to embarrass and humiliate me. I no longer love her, but her health isn't the best and she hasn't worked for several years. What can I do, Abby? I feel so alone and stuck. -DESPERATE IN THE U.S.A. DEAR DESPERATE: Because you are both miserable, do what other couples with troubled CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Julianne Hough, 24; Judy Greer, 37; Sandra Oh, 41; Josh Holloway, 43. Happy Birthday: Travel in search of answers, learn all you can from those with experience and make changes to better suit your current direction and goals. Consider the demands being made and what's possible before you make a promise you may not want to keep. Don't allow anyone to make you feel guilty. Put your needs first. Your numbers are 9,11,17, 21, 23, 38, 45. ARIES (March 21-April 19): A conversation or networking function will change the way you think and your immediate plans for the future. Socializing with friends or your lover will enhance your relationships and open up interesting topics that change your lifestyle. 5 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Put your plans in motion slowly, with meticulous detail that leaves no room for error or complaint. Don't let someone's insensitivity or incompetence get to you. Do your own thing and follow your heart. Patience will have its benefits. 2 stars

marriages do -- get marriage counseling to see if you and your wife can reach an understanding you both can live with. If that doesn't work, however, and she continues to berate and humiliate you, consult a lawyer and go on with your life. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are going to Italy next year and taking our two sons, ages 8 and 12, with us. We have planned and saved for this trip for five years. When my sister-in-law heard about it, she invited herself along, with her husband and two children who are my sons' ages. Although I love all of them, I don't want to spend my vacation of a lifetime with her. She often pawns her children off on others while she goes and does her own thing. She's a pro at it and has done it to me many times. How do I approach this without anyone's feelings being hurt? There's no way I can go on this trip with her. I'd rather not go. Help! -- BOUND FOR ITALY DEAR BOUND: You may be "bound," but were you also gagged when your sister-in-law invited herself and her family along? That's when you

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Home, family, love and domestic changes favor you. Much can be accomplished if you stick to your budget and you don't let impulse lead to mistakes. Reach out to someone who can offer you sound advice and workable solutions. 4 stars CANCER (June 21-July 22): Let your imagination take over and you will discover a new pastime that encourages you to develop skills you haven't used for some time. A surprise will lead to a change in the company you have been keeping. Accept the inevitable. 3 stars LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Set out to have some fun. Love interests will increase, and a change of scenery will enhance personal prospects that interest you. Wisdom offered by someone older will far exceed any educational lesson you sign up for. 3 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Stick to your to-do list and do not deviate, especially if others are counting on you. Your performance will make or break the way people view you and the opportunities that come your way in the future. Do your best. 3 stars

should have had the gumption to say no. The longer you put off telling her, the harder it will be, so tell her NOW. If you don't have the courage to do it alone, you and your husband should do it together. You have every right to go on your dream trip the way you and your husband planned it. His sister can schedule her family's visit to Italy at another time. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have clearly stated more than once that we didn't plan to have children. Recently, however, we realized that we had simply not been ready. We have decided to try for a baby in the near future. If we are lucky enough to conceive, how will we respond to the inevitable barrage of questions about whether or not the baby was planned? -- TAKING IT BACK IN NEW YORK DEAR TAKING IT BACK: Just say you changed your mind and the baby not only isn't an accident but is a welcome blessing.

Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Look at the big picture and you will realize what you need to learn or master to reach your goals. This is not the time to be lazy or take shortcuts. Participate passionately and reap the rewards. Love is in the stars. 4 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Go about your business and tie up loose ends. Don't reveal secrets that may jeopardize your position or reputation. Stick close to home and do whatever you can to make your place conducive to pursuing your endeavors. 2 stars SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Get together with the people you enjoy most. Making personal changes will enhance your popularity and entice friends to participate in whatever you choose to do. Love is on the rise, and a promise will lead to your happiness. 5 stars CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Ask questions if you haven't been given enough information to do what's being asked of you. Don't bend under pressure or take on responsibilities that may put you in a precarious position. Focus on what you can do, not the impossible. 3 stars

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Size up what needs to be done and work toward your goal. Your ability to find solutions and do the work required will impress someone special. Make changes to your home that will add to your comfort and your emotional wellness. 3 stars PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): A secret will be revealed if you share personal information with someone you shouldn't. Stick to getting work out of the way and to the people you know you can trust. Too much of anything will lead to a loss. 3 stars Birthday Baby: You are outgoing, creative and entrepreneurial. You are an adaptable leader.

PREVIOUS PUZZLE ANSWER

ACROSS

1 "Back in Black" group 5 Lettuce and such 10 Simpson kid 14 Oscar-winner -Sorvino 15 Jet 16 Stoltz or Idle 17 Obligation 18 Insurance giant 19 Windmill blade 20 Food on a skewer 22 Cured, as cement 24 Lake fish 27 Circus animal 28 Decorative light (2 wds.) 32 Favors one side 36 Gladiator's hello 37 Caves, at times 39 Toughen up 40 Fixes the fight 42 Pickle juice 44 Snowball 45 Rattle 47 Jack, in cards 49 "Honest" fellow 50 Vietnam's capital 51 Seeped 53 Had a mortgage

Before they race through town August 23.

View the Decisive Stage 19 of the Tour de France at Loaded Joes

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LIVE MUSIC on the patio 5:30-7:30pm

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1 On a rampage 2 Film 3 Defeat decisively 4 Greenish melon 5 Hot springs site 6 Stein filler 7 Thin strip 8 Magnani and Paquin 9 "The Wreck of the Mary --" 10 Razing 11 Where Tabriz is 12 -- qua non 13 Made a hole in one

21 Cotillion 23 Melting-watch artist 25 Volvo rival 26 Nasty smile 28 Coniferous tree 29 St. Teresa's town 30 Human herbivore 31 Word-processor command 33 Fresco 34 Deep-space mission 35 Put in stitches 38 Bag 41 Kids' wheels 43 Sinister 46 Fuzzy fruit 48 Mountain refrain 52 Off -- (misaligned) 54 Happening 55 Object 57 Tagged along 58 Dendrite's partner 59 Galumph 60 Fountain treat 62 -- Straits 63 Zest for life 64 Twig shelter 67 Mr. Turner 68 Compass pt.

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56 Grades 1-12 57 Hostages 61 From days of yore 65 Grease gun target 66 Wax theatrical 69 Piece of linoleum 70 Drop anchor 71 Art-class models 72 Important decades 73 Concludes 74 Line of work 75 Landlord's income

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THE VAIL DAILY

Friday, July 20, 2012

N O Z AWA SUSHI & ASIAN KITCHEN

50 OFF

NEW TEPPANYAKI DINNER ENTREES LUNCH MENU ( Dine StartsInat Only $ 7.95) ( served 7 HAPPY HOURdays 4-6 ) Discounted Sake, Beer NEW Hot TEPPANYAKI DINNER MENU with Great Choices at Lower Prices

Steamboat Spgs. 85 / 53

PRECIPITATION

Normal high/low 78 / 42 Record high 89 in 1990 Record low 35 in 1992

Normal Month to Date 1.09" Normal Year to Date 12.54"

Avon

Eagle

VAIL

Denver

SUNRISE

86 / 53

79 / 46

101 / 66

5:55 AM 8:29 PM Today 5:56 AM 8:28 PM Tomorrow 5:56 AM 8:27 PM Sunday

OPEN DAILY

Leadville

Glenwood Spgs.

Grand Jct.

Colorado Spgs.

75 / 43

92 / 58

From 11:30am

96 / 70

MOONRISE MOONSET

SUNSET

9:11 PM 9:42 PM 10:13 PM

MOON PHASES

92 / 65

Lunch & Dinner

Pueblo

Gunnison 86 / 48

99 / 68

First July 26

Full Aug. 2

Last Aug. 9

New Aug. 17

Alamosa Durango

476-9355

84 / 55

Mon Thru Fri

Lunch & Dinner

LUNCH BENTO PLEASE VIEW ENTIRE LUNCH BENTO includes tempura, california roll, choice MENU AND SPECIALS 4pm 11:30am of main entree, soup, salad and rice. AT WWW . NOZAWAS . COM Includes main entrée, D ELIVERY VIA ALA CAR California roll, tempura, 970.949.4000 soup or salad & rice.

RIVER FLOWS

89 / 49

Vail

Sat, Sun Open at 5pm

Arkansas River

Stage

Flow

4.05' 2.76'

367 434

0.85' 5.02'

53 551

2.96' 4.39'

1510 2200

1.92' 2.38'

35 126

3.17' 2.91'

166 53

4.85'

33

3.66' 2.49'

78 133

1.31' 1.32'

107 214

near Nathrop at Parkdale

Blue River

VAIL’S FORECAST

below Dillon below Green Mt. Res.

TODAY:

TONIGHT:

Showers and thunderstorms likely, seasonable. Highs, upper 70's.

Partly cloudy, a few thunderstorms overnight. Lows, mid 40's.

Colorado River near Dotesero below Glenwood Spgs.

Dolores River below Rico at Dolores

Eagle River at Avon near Minturn

EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday

Sunday

Monday

Gore Creek

Tuesday

at Vail

San Juan River at Pagosa Springs near Carracas

Yampa River at Steamboat Springs below Craig

golf weekend for four!

Includes foursome at

Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks & Vail Golf Club, dinner at the

Fitz Lounge/Lord Gore Restaurant in Manor Vail Lodge. Accommodations for one evening. Contest runs May 4th – August 1, 2012.

NATION & WORLD

81 | 47

75 | 44

76 | 46

74 | 45

Warm, even more thunderstorms

Slightly cooler, late day thunderstorms

Another chance for showers and thunderstorms

Partly cloudy skies, t-storms possible

-20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110

Seattle 68 / 57 Boise 91 / 59

REGIONAL TWO-DAY FORECAST Today Hi Lo W

City Alamosa Aspen Avon Breckenridge Craig Colorado Springs Denver Durango Eagle Frisco Glenwood Springs

89 85 75 76 91 92 101 84 86 80 92

Tomorrow Hi Lo W

49 th 87 49 th 45 th 83 46 th 52 th 76 53 th 47 th 74 46 th 52 th 90 53 th 65 pc 93 65 pc 66 pc 100 66 pc 55 th 87 57 th 53 th 85 55 th 48 th 78 48 th 58 th 92 60 th

City Grand Junction Gunnison Leadville Minturn Pueblo Red Cliff Redstone Rifle Snowmass Steamboat Springs Telluride

Today Tomorrow Hi Lo W Hi Lo W

96 86 75 82 99 74 78 94 83 85 68

70 48 43 49 68 46 51 58 50 53 47

th th th th pc th th th th th th

94 83 74 82 99 75 80 92 84 83 68

69 48 43 50 68 47 52 59 51 53 47

Weather key: bz-blizzard c-cloudy fg-fog hs-heavy snow, hz-haze ls-light snow, mc-mostly cloudy mx-wintery mix, pc-partly cloudy r-rain sh-showers sn-snow su-sunny th-thunderstorm w-wind

All forecasts produced by:

WATERING SCHEDULE Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Even None Odd Even Odd Even Odd Numbers correspond to the last digits of street address. Water before 10a.m. and after 4p.m..

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Pedicure ages 14 & under Pedicure

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2.12 Good Thru 7.2

Waxing

85 65 66 93 66 67 68 85 80 60 75 69 61

Athens Frankfurt London Madrid Mexico City Moscow Paris Rome Seoul Sydney Tokyo Vancouver Zurich

T-storms

76 51 48 67 53 49 52 69 69 42 68 55 50

pc sh sh pc sh th sh th sh pc sh sh sh

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Today Hi Lo W

City

90 73 th Atlanta 77 62 pc Boston 81 71 pc Chicago 102 77 pc Dallas 93 76 th Houston 86 64 pc Los Angeles 90 80 th Miami 89 78 th New Orleans 73 70 sh New York 109 85 pc Phoenix 66 53 su San Francisco 68 58 mc Seattle Washington D.C 87 76 th

Mix Showers

Dallas 102 / 79 New Orleans Miami 89 / 76 90 / 81

Today Hi Lo W

Snow

Raleigh 92 / 73 Atlanta 90 / 73

Valid to 6 p.m. today

City

New York 73 / 66

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San Francisco 66 / 53 Los Angeles 86 / 63 Phoenix 109 / 86

Minneapolis 89 / 74 Chicago 81 / 70 Denver St. Louis 101 / 66 96 / 75

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TODAY

Live music from

HARD SCRABBLE

FRIDAY AFTERNOON CLUB TOP OF EAGLE BAHN GONDOLA

4:00PM

Live music, food & drink specials, and FREE lawn sports! 12/13 Season passholders ride free. Receive a $10 food, beverage, or activity credit with your $20 twilight ticket. Pets are not allowed up the gondola. No bikes up the gondola after 6pm.

For more information, call (970) SKI VAIL (754-8245). Stay in touch with us on Facebook at “VailMtn”

PHOTO: WENDY GRIFFITH


ELEVENTH ANNUAL

2012

CRANK IT

for a cause

Choose from 100, 68 & 42 mile routes on great roads!

A charity bike event benefiting SOS Outreach, the youth outdoor non-profit. The tour starts at Beaver Creek and brings riders along the scenic banks of the Colorado and Eagle rivers. The ride is fully supported and offers spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, making it one of the don’t miss century rides in Colorado.

Saturday, July 28

To register visit: www.sosoutreach.org or call: 970.926.9292 $95 until June 30 • $105 until July 27 • $130 day of ride • $65 no jersey

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“Vail became what I never had before - a home. It's my home, the only home I ever had. — Sheika Gramshammer

“I don't feel that I gave up anything moving to Vail. There was nothing difficult at all about it; it was an adventure. I thought it was wonderful, and I never thought of leaving.” — Christie (Blanche Hauserman) Hill

“If Vail was a family, then the Copper Bar was its living room.” — Diana Donovan

This is a delightful book of stories told by the women who left the lives they knew and moved to Vail before it was on the map.

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Lunch á la Soup Kitchen Thursday, August 9, noon to 1:30 pm Battle Mountain High School $20 per person

Includes soup, bread & dessert from local restaurants and an empty bowl to take home.

To purchase tickets in advance contact... Diana Mathias 970 471 6000 dmathias@slifer.net Tsu Wolin-Brown 970 748 0704 Souper Sponsor: Vail Board of Realtors We sincerely thank the following... Broken Arrow Café, Ti Amo, Golden Eagle Inn, Sonnenalp Resort of Vail, Splendido, Grouse Mountain Grill, Alpenrose, Columbine Bakery, Heidi’s Deli and Bakery, Avon Bakery, Westside Café, Vail Resorts, Slifer, Smith and Frampton, Four Seasons, Larkspur Potters: Ann Loper & Kate Wasson, Denver Guild of Potters; Colleen Everett, Willow Murphy, and many more potters from CMC; Debbie and Lauren and the Alpine Art Center 100% of the Ticket Price Benefits the Salvation Army Food Pantry


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MINIATURE GOLF LOCATED AT THE BASE OF EAGLE BAHN GONDOLA IN LIONSHEAD Open Daily 10am-9pm For more information, call (970) SKI VAIL (754-8245).


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