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Remembering a friend

Dear Editor:

Nick McChesney (wow) was a great person. In the two years that Nick was in Aspen, he quickly became a good friend of ours. Nick had a good way about him that was infectious; he was always happy.

People like Nick are what make Highlands the best of the four mountains. He would often leave us for one more run in the Bowl in his endless search for powder. Wherever you are, Nick, we hope you get a foot of fresh powder every night and that your motorcycle never gets a flat and never runs out of gas.

We will miss you.

Renee Orros

Austin Mathews

Paonia, Colo.


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