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Keeping it natural in Aspen

Keeping it natural in Aspen

Dear David and Joann Grimes,

I am happy you enjoy the time you spend in Aspen (“More flowers, less GOP bashing,” letters, July 21, The Aspen Times. If you lived here all year, you might appreciate the natural plantings at the entrance roundabout. Trees in the snow, wildflowers in the spring and summer, gold aspen in the fall. These are echoes of our home.

Blessings back to you!

Helen Palmer


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