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Mountain Mayhem: St. Paddy’s Day relived in Aspen

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem

Families and friends came out in droves on Sunday, March 17, for St. Patrick’s Day antics at Home Team BBQ. Musicians Randolph Turner, Stephen Vidamour and Cameron Williams performed as the Drunken Poets, melodically manning the stage at the popular watering hole and barbecue joint at the base of Buttermilk. In addition to the traditional menu, Home Team served up corned beef hash while many a guest toasted with pints of their favorite ales. Bedecked in Irish attire from green clothing to top hats, a great time was had by all.

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