Muddy, but thankful |

Muddy, but thankful

Dear Editor: To our wonderful friends and neighbors from the Crossings at Horseranch, Snowmass Village, we would like to thank you from the bottom of our mud-filled homes. You responded so quickly and courageously, our losses would have been far greater if you had not been there for us. From the smallest neighbor to the tallest neighbor, everyone lent a helping hand. Thank you for the numerous loads of laundry, for housing our remainging belongings, for the delicious homemade dinners and drinks, and of course for your support and genuine concern. Our neighborhood truly came together, and we are lucky to live among caring people. So to our wonderful friends and neighbors, we salute you and give great thanks. We are very lucky.The Podolak and Casebeer familiesSnowmass Village

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