Is nothing sacred anymore? |

Is nothing sacred anymore?

Dear Editor:

Oh, goody. Soon I can listen to people arguing with the spouses or their children or brokering a deal on their cell phones while I am hiking on the once-serene trails at Maroon Bells.

And to think that before that I was only forced to share everyone’s private lives walking along the sidewalk, riding my bike, in an airplane or going to the store.

Carolyn Jemison


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