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Letter: Almost heaven

Windstar is gone — sold for a pittance and the proceeds disbursed to many well-intentioned groups that will spend it quickly. The Aspen that inspired it is gone. Some of us remember the concerts and how we felt. Others carry on that feeling. Tune in to any football game in the grand West Virginia University campus stadium, and you will hear thousands and thousands of young and old Appalachian voices singing “Country Roads” in unison. John Denver lives on!

Mary Lou Fite Zordel

Basalt


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