Lost in time, but not forgotten | AspenTimes.com

Lost in time, but not forgotten

Dear Editor:

Thank you very much for doing this article (“Aspen Time Tube mystery,” June 28, 2010, The Aspen Times)! I have been wondering about it.

I lived in Aspen at the time and was a volunteer at the Windstar Foundation. I was asked to gather some items from Windstar to put into that time capsule. I remember putting in some brochures and some large seeds from the garden.

I always thought it would be fun to be there when it was dug up but could not remember when it was supposed to be – only something about the number 17. I wrote to an e-mail address I found online once connected to the Design Conference asking about the time capsule, but never heard anything back. So once again – thanks for the article! I wonder if and when it will ever be found. I don’t live in Colorado anymore, but I will always be interested in the time capsule.

Bobbi Powers

Corte Madera, Calif.

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