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Letter: Take a hike

Dear Editor:

I’d like to invite and encourage members of the community to partake in the Summer Hike Series offered by the Wilderness Workshop. It’s been an absolute pleasure to act as one of the hike leaders for this program as we have had the opportunity to get into some of the most beautiful places in our backyard and explore. This is a great time not only to hike with friends, new and old, but a wonderful chance to learn about some of the political activity in these very special areas. We have chosen hike locations either immersed in Thompson Divide or that are being considered for potential wilderness designation. This is a fantastic program and is absolutely free. Spots are limited, so register online at http://www.wilderness workshop.org.

Annie Henderson



Glenwood Springs


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