Ready for Golden Horn’s return |

Ready for Golden Horn’s return

Having celebrated the 10th, 20th, 30th and 40th reunions of our first trip to Aspen at the Golden Horn, it looks like we may now be able to celebrate our 50th there (assuming we all live long enough!). I was pleased to read in your Oct. 24-25 issue that the Golden Horn may be coming back.

Klaus was the consummate restaurateur, and I only hope the owners can re-create that atmosphere and operate with the same warmth, humor, hospitality and great food that he did.

It’s nice to see at least one of the old “haunts” returning.

Jim Nowery

Shreveport, La.

and Aspen

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