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Alton Kline describes events in his life as a cattle and sheep rancher in Routt County. He includes tales about the saloon owned by his father in the Steamboat Springs neighborhood known as Brooklyn. Includes a poem by Bill May.
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Dave Hoefer explains the process of making wine. Includes a recipe for chokecherry wine.
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Anton Kline describes his life as a rancher, coal miner and artifact collector. He relates anecdotes about his father's saloon in Brooklyn and his hunting experiences.
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Harold Brenner is interviewed by Tanna Brock and Renae May about sheep breeding and ranching in Routt County.
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Anton Kline elaborates on his family history and describes the effects of the Great Depression on the family ranching business
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Daisy Anderson discusses her past and life in Strawberry Park.
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The 3rd issue of Three Wire Winter includes Daisy Anderson, Anton Kline, Harold Brenner, Dave Hoefer, Farrington Carpenter, a pictorial essay of Routt County rivers, and a feature article on the Cameo Restaurant.
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Farrington "Ferry" Carpenter describes his experiences as a cattle rancher, lawyer, and recommends that interviewers Barbara Muhme and Debbie Green visit Routt County Court to learn about court proceedings
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Farrington "Ferry" Carpenter describes his experiences as a cattle rancher, lawyer, and school board president in Routt County. Note: In the print version of the Steamboat Today, the article "3Wired: Breathing Digital Life into Rich Trove of Local History," Sunday, March 26, 2017, referenced Farrington Carpenter as attending Yale. Correction: Farrington attended Princeton. Source: "Confessions of a Maverick" by Farrington Carpenter.
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Photograph collection and brief historical descriptions of several major Routt County rivers, reservoirs, and waterfalls.
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Farrington Carpenter describes his experiences as a cattle rancher, lawyer, and school board president in Routt County in this interview with Guy Stees and Debby Smith
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Long time residents discuss the Campbell Building, a historical landmark commonly known as "the Cameo" and the various entities the building has housed over the years.
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Harold Brenner describes sheep ranching in Routt County.