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Hey, Spike sees a whole bunch out there

Former Friscoite Harold J. Rutherford, 85, that's him on the right, visited town with niece Leslie Davidson-Gustafson, and son, Adam, both of Spokane. Harold lives in Denver with wife Lois. He wrote "Dustbowl to Paradise" and "Dust, Wind and Tears," available at the Schoolhouse Museum.

Spotted out and about recently were Frisco Bay Marina Manager Phil and Michele Hofer and “Tui the Dog;” Triangle’s Gary Probst, Slifer’s Norma Talbot, Copper HR guru O’Lynda Fette, Camp Woodard’s Kim Casey and husband Todd; Pam Smith, Bert Snyder, Frisco Bay’s Frank and Ann Amoroso, Rolfer Zenji Martin Mosko, Frisco water experts Jerry Anton and Keith Sebeth; Realtor Cynthia Goda and artist Steve Puchek, “Chutes” filmmaker Ann Lukcas, Susie and Ty Cortright, and those kids Cassie, Cali and Cody; Trygve Berge; Jim Novak and family from Cedar Rapids, brother of Terry in Dillon; Gilpin County Community Development Director Tony Petersen; Verna and George Enyeart also of Savannah, Ga., The Landings; former Frisco post office worker Victoria Hill, who now lives in Salida and works at the Buena Vista P.O.; Alice Phillips of Breckenridge; Ada and Harold Anderson of Lone Tree and Breck; Donna Poehls and Jo Clark, co-owners in The Masters at Copper Mountain; Ann Hough and sister Colleen; Boatyard ‘tender Clayton Miller; Frank Walter of Copper Mountain; LDF&R Fire Inspector Danny “Amos” Moroz; Kay Adamson of Renton, Wash., mother of Jeb Marsh with Ebert Appraisal; Leslie Boyd of Grand Junction; Stewart Voutour of Slifer Frampton; Bob Haussman of the Rocky Mountain Rowing Center; Gala Eppstein of Breckenridge; and Breckenridge Ski Resort’s cycling COO Lucy Kay.***Congrats to Sierra Gale Anderson of Breckenridge, who has graduated from Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business with a degree in marketing. She attended SMU on a full-ride scholarship to run.”My future goals are to work for an adventure travel company such as Backroads or Trek America,” says the attractive scholar-athlete.Hey, Spike! readers may recall Sierra was in the internet-based STA competition to win an internship to travel the world and report along the way. It was not to be.So, Sierra, the “Bumblebee,” came up with this SMU TravelBug plan and sold the university on it. And she’s off with fellow travelbugs Doug “Dragonfly” Scott and Shelley “Butterfly” Smith.The trio’s itinerary: Italy, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Croatia, Slovenia and Switzerland.Contact Sierra at http://www.smutravelbug.com***Jim Mallouk, who owned Alpine Audio -Video and Camera in the Kingdom of Breckenridge for a long time before selling and returning to native Long Island, N.Y., is back and snapping photographs all over the place. Welcome home, Jim.***Summit Gold’s Jane Peterson’s cousin Tim Wakefield, yes, the famous Boston Red Sox knuckleball pitcher, was recently selected for the American League All-Star Team. He’ll turn 43 pretty soon and has been in the majors for 17 years.***Frisco legal eagle Jim Bull and wife Connie hosted their annual Main Street deck Fourth of July party. Among the many notables were longtime secondhome owners Bob and Dottie Wham – still going strong. They both served in the Colorado Legislature.***The Fourth Annual Swan Mountain Recpath Benefit Concert and Silent Auction is Thursday, July 16 at the Silverthorne Pavilion. DooWop Denny and Nancy Cook will entertain. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.Tickets are being sold only at the Silverthorne Recreation Center. They are $30 per person or $280 for a reserved table for eight. For info and tickets call 262-7370.••••

Miles F. Porter IV, nicknamed “Spike,” a Coloradan since 1949, is an Army veteran, former Climax miner, graduate of Adams State College, and a resident of Summit County since 1982. He is an award-winning investigative reporter who, with wife Mary E. Staby, owned newspapers in Summit County for nearly 20 years.Your social info may be e-mailed to milesfporteriv@aol.com.

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