Proposing an unpaved path |

Proposing an unpaved path

Some people think we’re closer to our Creator when gardening, skiing or hiking along mountain streams than when in manmade environments. If that be true, maybe an unpaved walking path along Straight Creek starting at the Silverthorne entrance sign (at the southeast corner of I-70 and Highway 9) and ending between the factory stores near the Blue River might be a good idea. It might even raise LQ’s (light or consciousness quotients).

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