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Letter: Blissful bus to the Bells

Blissful bus to the Bells

I have talked to several visitors who have told me they drove to the Maroon Bells before 8 in the morning or after 5 in the afternoon so they would not have to take the bus. These people are missing the bus in more ways than one.

I am blind and have a guide dog and have a blind friend with a guide dog visiting from Florida. We have some sight, so wanted to go to the Bells but obviously cannot drive. And we were glad because the bus ride was so delightful and our bus driver, Cheryl Bombalicky, gave us an informative, fun narrative on the Bells and the history of Aspen for the entire ride. You couldn’t spend a better half hour anywhere for $8 or only $6 for seniors.

Nick Coates


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