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Monte Bell and Jeff Steber explain the aeronautics, construction, safety and regulations involved in hang gliding as well as the joy they experience in the sport. Dave Shoffner describes his hang gliding experiences.
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Florence Brown describes her move to Steamboat Springs with her son, Kevin Brown, and the opening and management of Brown Book Corner.
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Ann Rich recounts her experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs.
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Elisabeth Schnackenberg describes her life in Germany during and after World War I. She goes on to tell about her family's immigration to the United States and eventual settling in Steamboat Springs.
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Fred Foster discusses his life in Colorado and his exploits as a sheriff.
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Jerry and Rusty Nay describe ranching life in Routt County, Colorado, and the changes observed in the community during the 20th century.
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Winston Spangler talks about the farms he has worked on since he was a child and how he and others in Routt County started The Elk River Grazing Association. Added at the end of the article is an exerp from John James Audubon: American Woodsman.
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Richard Soash talks about why he choose politics as a profession, the duties and responsibilities that came along with that decision, and potential future bills he hopes to help pass.
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Various community members describe theatre in Steamboat Springs and discuss the Steamboat Repertory Theatre.
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Art Adams describes his experiences working in agriculture and mining in Routt County.
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Everett "Ev" Bristol, Eunice Dorr and Dorothy Wither explain the process of rural electrification in Routt County including the establishment of the Yampa Valley Electric Association and how the community was affected by the introduction of electricity.
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Skydiving instructors Jan McNeal and Dave Wallace explain the basics of skydiving and Michael Blackett and Jake Schwan describe their skydiving experiences.
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Basic components of freestyle skiing are explained and two freestyle skiers, Park Smalley and Rusty Taylor, describe their experiences learning the skills and competing in freestyle skiing. Park also talks about the amateur freestyle team he started in Steamboat Springs. Of note several members Park's amateur team later became Olympians.
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Gloria Gossard describes her experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and in the process reveals fascinating tidbits of Steamboat history.
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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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The history of the Red Light District in Brooklyn, Routt County is described by Bob Swinehart, Dorothy Wither, and Anton Kline.
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Forrest Warren describes his childhood and early adulthood in rural Nebraska and his adult life as a rancher in the Elk River Valley.
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Richard Soash describes his experiences growing up in rural Routt County focusing on his education. He goes on to talk about changes in society and people's reactions to change.
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Samuel Joseph "Sam" McBride describes his early years and his 38 year mining career in Routt County. He provides a comprehensive picture of the changes in coal mining and the need for and formation of mining labor unions.
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Steamboat Springs locals comment on the formation of the Steamboat Springs ski area and development of Mt. Werner, formerly known as Storm Mountain.