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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Vacation album

Paul L. Schuetze/The Times

Paul L. Schuetze/The Times

Paul L. Schuetze/The Times

1. While staying in Breckenridge, we skimmed over the Hoosier Pass to Alma, which builds itself as the highest town in the USA, and then on toe Fairhope, both darling mining towns, with cute shops that offered wonderful things to buy (Check out Calamity Jane, for instance, in Fairhope, and good places to eat. (Front Street Cafe has great chicken salad sandwiches.) They are picturesque and I really enjoyed them more than the more glittery resort towns.

Fun note: Fairplay celebrates the workhouse burrow with "Burro Days" that includes a Pack Burro Race.

2. The Winter Park contingent dashed over the winding mountain passes and roads to our Beaver Creek Place for a July 3 supper that included sandwiches, wedges of watermelon and Eskimo pies and mini-ice cream sandwiches. They are: Coley and Sharon Gahagan of Natchitoches, Shreveporter Dr. Ray Turner, Washington, D.C., resident, Chevron attorney Laura Hudson, Turner’s wife, Jeannie Turner, and Natchitoches resident Tommy Whitehead.

3. Pal Don Bryant and I waiting for guests to arrive for supper


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