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Shadows from the Past

First-Hand Accounts of Local Hauntings By Andrea Benda I squinted in the dark. My heart raced as I turned to my husband beside me in bed. “What do you see?” My voice was a choked whisper. “There’s a girl there—there in the bay window. She’s dressed in white.” All I could see was black night …

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On the Catwalk

Telluride AIDS Benefit Hits the Mark By Patrick Healy People will do anything for the Telluride AIDS Benefit. Just ask Sue Hobby. Fifteen years ago, she ran errands, made phone calls and did a thousand other grunt jobs for the first benefit. She has run the fashion show and sat on the board of directors. …

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Unparalleled

Introducing a Revelation in Ski Terrain By Matthew Beaudin The snowmobile came and went through the moving white curtain of ice that blew sideways, each gust twisting daggers into our cheeks. As the flag on the back of the sled arched in the wind, the ski patroller surrendered a grin and disappeared ahead of the …

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Summer 2008

Features Cycle of Life by Lise Waring & Doug Berry The Spin on Telluriders Way to Go by Deb Dion Adventure Travel from Telluride What We Bring by Mary Duffy & Doug Berry The Essence of a Festivarian What’s with the Weather? by Peter Shelt A Community Perspective Fool’s Gold by Paul O’Rourke Mother Lode …

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Summer 2007

Features Indomitable Spirit By Edi Rullet “Celebrating Indomitable Spirit” is the motto of Telluride Mountainfilm. That plucky resolve is also what makes this community tick. The Chief and the Pathfinder: How the Western Slope Was Won By Paul O’Rourke The paths of Ouray, chief of the Ute Indians, and Otto Mears—called the “Pathfinder of the …

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Winter 2006-2007

Features Silverton Mountain: Not for Sissies By Lance Waring “Steve, your nose is turning white. Do you have a face mask?” our guide Kim Grant yells over the wind. Steve puts his glove to his face and shakes his head. The Comeback Cat: Lynx Reintroduction Makes Progress By Deb Dion The year was 1973. The …

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