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Kyle Burris and family are moving to Summit County from the Cherry Hills-Englewood area, south of Denver.

Kyle has taught children to ski at Keystone for the past nine years and decided to bring his real job as an investment adviser to where he really wants to live.

Sage Investment Advisors is his new business.


Mmmmm. Elf stroganoff.

We in Summit Up Land are very fond of our vizits to Zuppa in Frisco. We’ve been known, from time to time, to vizit the zoup restaurant five out of four days in a row.

Then, this one time, this summer, we were a intrigued to see online the Zuppers were serving elf stroganoff.

“Aha!” We said to ourself. “That’s the secret to such zuper zoup. Elfin magic!”

We dropped by and dipped in and were very pleazed with the elf. “Yes,” we thought to ourself, “we’ll try this again.”

So today (and by “today,” we mean “yesterday”), we were thrilled to see more elf stroganoff (masquerading as “elk” stroganoff). We hopped in our hand-me-down car and zipped over to Zuppa for a hearty helping, only to learn the elf tureen was, indeed, empty.

The moral of the story is S even elves come up short sometimes, so get your stroganoff early.

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