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Dorothy Wither and Alma Baer describe the elegant Steamboat Cabin Hotel, which burned down in 1939.
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A letter by Cindy Sandelin and a collection of teaser articles from the next issue.
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Nellie Soash is interviewed by Grace May, Ginger Infanger, and Tanna (Eck) Brock about her experiences working as a rural school teacher in Routt County.
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Nellie Soash is interviewed by Grace May, Ginger Infanger, Tanna (Eck) Brock, and Bill McKelvie about her experiences as a student, teacher, and parent in Routt County's rural schools.
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Pete Hofmann is interviewed regarding solar heating and his home.
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David "LD" Shoffner describes his experiences as a roadie, a bass player in several Steamboat Springs bands, and a film maker. He demonstrates how a positive attitude and hard work lead to self improvement and happiness. Includes one photo courtesy of Rich Allen
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Pete Hofmann, Sally Rawlings, and Roy Borodkin are interviewed about solar heating.
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In this interview with Tanna Brock and Kirk Williams Hazie Werner describes her childhood in Routt County and her life with Edward "Pop" Werner raising Steamboat Olympians Skeeter Werner Walker, Buddy Werner and Loris Werner.
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Frances and George Wheeler, along with Bill May, are interviewed by Grace May about their student and teaching experiences in Routt County rural schools. George and Bill also discuss ranching concerns.
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In an interview with Tanna Brock, Lana Webb, Tracy Lewis, and Guy Stees, Hazie Werner talks about weather folklore and some of her personal history growing up in Routt County.
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Frances and George Wheeler, along with Bill May, are interviewed by Grace May about their student and teaching experiences in Routt County rural schools.
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Ruth Carver Lawrence is interviewed by Grace May, Ginger Infanger, Tanna (Eck) Brock, and Bill McKelvie about working as a teacher and as the county superintendent for Routt County rural schools. Bill May participates at the end of the interview.
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In this wide-ranging interview with Tanna Eck Brock and Kirk Williams Hazie Werner shares memories of childhood games, the history of Steamboat Springs, assisting at child birth as a young girl and the flu epidemic of 1919. Hazie's experiences in retail trade and raising earthworms are other highlights.
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The history of Routt County schools is explored through interviews with several Routt County residents.
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Melanie Grillo describes a variety of games and activities for children.
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Joseph Harwig and Katherene Harwig talk about the many games they used to play when they were younger.
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Hazie Werner describes her life in Routt County from her childhood on Yellow Jacket Pass to raising three Olympians to running a ski shop in Steamboat Springs, Colorado
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Dorothy Wither and Alma Baer reflect on their memories of the Steamboat Cabin Hotel.
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Alma Baer is interviewed by Tina Touchet, Tanna (Eck) Brock and Russ Snowden about her family's gun collection.
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The 7th issue of Three Wire Winter includes, "Little" Dave Shoffner, Alma Baer, Hazie Werner, George & Frances Wheeler, Nellie Soash as well as feature articles on solar heating, childhood games, the Cabin Hotel, a Routt County gun collection, country schoolhouses, and a letter from the editor.