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Bar-K Ranch QT

*The Bar-K QT is sponsored by local businesses, click the links for more info:
 
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    This year's QT was sponsored by Kim & Buzz Busey & Busey Brews in Nederland. https://buseybrews.com/
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    Indira
    05-27-2020
    04:06 PM MT(US)
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    Denise LuttrellPerson was signed in when posted
    05-27-2020
    03:43 PM MT(US)
    Hello Neighbors! I am organizing a supply run down to the Navajo Nation, which has been hit particularly hard by this pandemic. We will be taking both monetary and material donations. Material goods can be dropped off at my house, 861 Rock Lake, or at the Merc in Jamestown (only when they are open). We don't have a full list of needed items yet but as soon as we do, it will be posted on the fundraising page and here on the QT, so stay tuned for that. If you can give $$, you can do it now on the GoFundMe page.
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/navajo-nation-covid19-supply-run
    The plan is to head down in mid-June.
    Thanks for anything you can do to help!
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    Sally
    05-27-2020
    12:56 PM MT(US)
    Whoopee!
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    Brad
    05-27-2020
    12:52 PM MT(US)
    Just an FYI for everyone. The liquor store, market, and gas station in Ferncliff are now open. It's less than a 20 minute drive from the Bar-K.
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    Kirk C. WatkinsPerson was signed in when posted
    05-27-2020
    08:45 AM MT(US)
    Claudia and Jack,
    I’m so sorry. He was a really nice dog.
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    Garbo
    05-26-2020
    07:01 PM MT(US)
    Claudia and Jack - So sorry to hear about your buddy Milo... I hope you can find some comfort knowing that you were the best thing in his life. It's a sad time when we have to say goodbye to our fur babies...
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    Carl
    05-26-2020
    04:11 PM MT(US)
    Dear Claudia and Jack,

    How awful to have to say goodbye to such a loving creature! Circle of life...sometimes it really hurts!
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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-26-2020
    04:09 PM MT(US)

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gvdy180acr0794i...iCu9lz81KVDRDa?dl=0
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-26-2020
    02:53 PM MT(US)
    Busey Brews delivery Wednesday. Our special is meatloaf sandwich made with local grass-fed beef, served with potato salad on the sandwich, and an additional side. As an additional bonus, the meatloaf is stuffed with ham and cheese!

    Please call 1-855-Ned Brews or go to Buseybrews.com before 4 p.m. for delivery between 5:30 and 6:30.

    Also we will be opening for in-house dining on Thursday in a limited capacity! Please see our Facebook page for details. And once again thank you for your support.

    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I snowmobiled to the top of the Continental divide!

    On Tue, May 26, 2020, 12:22 PM QT - John G <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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    Barb PPerson was signed in when posted
    05-26-2020
    02:06 PM MT(US)

    For sale - '98 impresa sport. 2 sets of tires/wheels, 2.2 ltr eng., ~226k miles. Runs great! Asking $1500. four.five.nine.3205
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    John G
    05-26-2020
    12:22 PM MT(US)
    Propane. I purchased my own tank after some nonsense from Hygiene. I have had great luck with Fred's.
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    Denise LuttrellPerson was signed in when posted
    05-26-2020
    09:57 AM MT(US)
    Sorry, Claudia. Such love they bring, such a hole when they're gone. Happy trails, Milo!
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    Buzz Busey
    05-26-2020
    09:12 AM MT(US)
    Awe, So very very sorry for your loss.

    Buzz & Kim


    Mahatma Gandhi: “There is more to life than simply increasing its speed.”

    On Tue, May 26, 2020 at 9:06 AM QT - Claudia and Jack <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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    Claudia and Jack
    05-26-2020
    09:06 AM MT(US)

    We just said goodbye to Milo. Lisa Cass our wonderful vet came this morning to put Milo down. His seizures were much worse and we had decided at the age of 13 and his medical history that it was the best for all to let him go. Lisa took him to be cremated and that was at least easier on us.

    He had a great life not without a lot of interventions to give him the best quality of life.

    Take care,
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    Craig E.
    05-25-2020
    09:05 PM MT(US)
    Hello! I live in the Bar-K on Ridge Road.
    fyi... I just posted a bunch of stuff to the QT "for Sale" site and to craigslist, and would be especially happy to consider "best offers" from locals.

    Antique dinette, lots of furniture, patio table, chairs, umbrella, gym grade treadmill, rolling stacking tool cabinets, etc.

    Thanks!
    -Craig
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    Tim
    05-25-2020
    12:15 PM MT(US)

    couch
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    Tim
    05-25-2020
    12:14 PM MT(US)

    Free couch in Bar-K. Email me if interested timothy w dutton at gmail.com
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    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-25-2020
    11:10 AM MT(US)

    Found: If this water bottle is yours, give us a call 3359
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    Greg & Cindy
    05-24-2020
    10:36 PM MT(US)
    We did not have good service from Agfinity and recently switched to Polar gas, they have been great!!!!
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    Pat Dougherty
    05-24-2020
    08:40 PM MT(US)
    Buzz, Thanks for your thoughts and support. I truly believe things will be much better with Hygiene.

    Morgan - Thanks for responding and sharing your story. As you know, it was a real shock to see the truck in the driveway loading a tank that I thought was mine along with my propane. Hygiene tried to get me a tank but was unable to on Friday, so I am hoping I have one for Tuesday. Please let me know what you find out from your attorney friend so that I can take similar action. Hopefully, others will think twice before working with Agfinity. My email is pdoughmaj at yahoo dot com.
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    Morgan NPerson was signed in when posted
    05-24-2020
    07:13 PM MT(US)
    Pat - first of all I'm sorry to hear that. Additionally, they did the exact same thing to us (over on Bramer). We bought this house ~3 years ago, and the tank had a hygiene propane sticker on the tank. We looked at some options and ended up going with Fred's propane, and called Hygiene to pick up (what we thought) was their tank. Hygiene indicated no records of owning the tank, so we assumed it was owned by the PO of the house. So we went with Fred's (and will always in the future - more to come). On Friday our puppy started barking because there was a truck in our driveway. I went outside to see what was going on, assuming maybe our current propane supplier was maybe doing something, but no. Just like you, these guys rolled up, unhooked the line and lifted the tank like repo-men. I said "hey guys, I think you have the wrong house". Their only response was that no, they owned it, had sent us notifications and were here to repo it. That it was illegal for someone else to fill this up. When I called Agfinity, they told me the account holder had stopped paying on this 5 YEARS AGO. I said we had received no notification, and I do not open mail addressed to other people. They said sorry, no luck. I asked if there was anything I could do to get those guys turned around so we could have gas for the weekend and work this out next week or ???, they indicated no, we would need to open an account and go from there. I said this seems pretty drastic, and I would really like the opportunity to work this out but it was a Friday before a holiday weekend and it would be really tough to get this taken care of. Not their problem evidently. Like Pat, there was somewhere between 400-500 dollars worth of propane in there.

    So I called our provider, Freds, who was mystified and outraged that Agfinity had done this. They called Hygiene when we first hooked up, and hygiene had no record of that tank serial number. So I think both us and Freds did everything reasonable to determine the status of the tank. Freds was awesome. They had a small tank they had just swapped, and within two hours on a Friday before a holiday weekend rolled up and had us taken care of until we could get a new tank next week. So Freds went above and beyond, and their owner actually called us 2-3 times to make sure we were okay, had everything we needed etc. because they were so confused by what Agfinity had done. Needless to say, Freds has customers for life here.

    We will be working with our attorney to make sure we understand what options we have, then placing a reasonable call with Agfinity to obtain our money or get Freds the amount of propane we spent. If they don't do the reasonable thing, we will pursue any options we need to to be the biggest pain in the ass possible. Our attorney is a friend, no money necessary. So we will run this down in civil court, or potentially see if we can with them with a criminal case for stealing a couple hundred bucks worth of propane. I don't care, it's the principle of it.

    pat - let us know if we can help. This was really shitty, and we had amazing service from Freds so really lucked out. I'll also let you know what comes of our conversation with Agfinity re: refund/etc.
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    Buzz Busey
    05-24-2020
    05:58 PM MT(US)
    That's horrible Pat!
    We have been using Hygiene since we moved in and have had great service from them. Hopefully they can get you a tank quickly.

    If there is anything we can do to help, let us know.
    Buzz & Kim


    Mahatma Gandhi: “There is more to life than simply increasing its speed.”

    On Sun, May 24, 2020 at 5:41 PM QT - Pat Dougherty <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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    Pat Dougherty
    05-24-2020
    05:41 PM MT(US)
    Bad Experience with Agfinity Propane. We bought our Rock Lake house two years ago and it came with an unmarked propane tank that I assumed was property of the previous owner. Friday, before Memorial day an Agfinity truck drove into my driveway and loaded up the propane tank (and my $400 worth of propane) and drove off. They would not talk to me or let me call their office to find out why they were taking my tank. I have been buying gas at Hygiene as the previous owner and had not heard of Agfinity. So, I am without heat or hot water this weekend which is not fun but ok. When I called Agfinity after the tank was gone I was told that the tank was rented 4 years ago (by the previous owner) and that no one ever bought gas from them or made any of the annual payments for the tank. So I owed $140 for two years, but never received notification that it was owed. Bottom line is, they had money due, I didn't know they owned the tank and that I owed them money. But, It could have been resolved easily if the guys taking the tank had waited for me to call their office and make a payment. I won't deal with Agfinity again after being treating like I was.
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    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    05-24-2020
    09:17 AM MT(US)
    That’s beautiful Claudia!
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    JessicaJPerson was signed in when posted
    05-24-2020
    08:28 AM MT(US)
    Update: the barbed wire and pocket planter were both picked up yesterday! Glad those found new homes.
    I still have the TV stand/shelf. Call or text me if you'd like to see it some time. 715-223-7665.
    I also have a barrel stove with chimney pipe that was left here from previous (or older) owners if anyone wants a tinker project.
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    Claudia
    05-24-2020
    08:23 AM MT(US)

    Western Tanager this morning.
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    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    05-23-2020
    06:59 PM MT(US)
    Hi all-
    to bring some extra clarity to some of the chipping questions, the crew actually needed to add a day under the grant for the Bar-K and area, which was great for response in the Bar-K area, and reduced the time we could spend in the rest of the district. The crew is always available to chip or mitigate as needed, and those are paid services. If there are folks who still need chipping, the crew is available for hire. We're hoping that we can continue to find financial assistance for this kind of work from the County, and can keep this running in the spring for folks. We'll keep trying! Some of the piles were small and easy, some were extraordinary!
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    Claudia
    05-23-2020
    06:01 PM MT(US)

    Big shout out and thanks to Kim Busey for showing up with this wonderful bag of food. I spaced it and actually felt a bit guilty for even considering going over to pick up the donated food. But as others have indicated, it would be thrown away and that is unacceptable. So thanks to the group who work so hard to help our neighbors.
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    Buzz BuseyPerson was signed in when posted
    05-23-2020
    03:55 PM MT(US)
    Come one, come all.
    Still LOTS of FREE food at the picnic area.
    They will be there till 5:30
    Please come get some so it doesn't go to waste. (At least let it go to your waist!)
    Thanks
    Edited 05-23-2020 03:56 PM
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    JessicaJPerson was signed in when posted
    05-23-2020
    08:46 AM MT(US)

    Me again. Would anyone like any of the (free) items below?
    - TV stand. Solid wood. Painted glossy black. 28.5" high x 54.25" wide x 20.5" deep.
    - green barrel pocket planter left by previous property owners, with watering tube insert. Would be great for growing strawberries, I'm keeping one of the two barrels to try growing spinach, we'll see how well it works.
    - two spools of barbed wire -- looks new.

    Let me know on the barbed wire or TV stand. Feel free to stop by for the planter, I'll leave it by our gate at 122 Ridge. Thank you.
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    JessicaJPerson was signed in when posted
    05-23-2020
    08:16 AM MT(US)
    Hi all! I'm finally on the QT...better late than never. Wanted to give a shout out to the Left-hand fire crew for the slash chipping on Wednesday. Thank you, and thank you to the Bar K folks that helped organize it. It was a huge help in our fire mitigation efforts.
    Edited 05-23-2020 08:16 AM
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    Claire Rozinek
    05-22-2020
    05:03 PM MT(US)
    Thank you to the hard working MIT Crew for grinding up our slash 😎
    Sent from my iPhone
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    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    05-22-2020
    12:53 PM MT(US)
    Good afternoon everyone! I'm pleased to say that the LHFPD chipping treated 36 properties throughout the Bar-K! This was made possible with a grant from the Boulder County Wildfire Partners program. If folks still have chipping or mitigation needs, they can contact the station and we will make arrangements for service. Thanks for your support!
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    ErikaAPerson was signed in when posted
    05-22-2020
    12:09 PM MT(US)
    Pop-Up FREE Grocery Stand is happening again this Saturday (tomorrow) at the Bar K Picnic Area from 3:30-4:30!

    We should have eggs, limited produce, canned goods, bread, and fresh prepared food available this Saturday.

    To participate, just show up and follow the COVID 19 rules:

    * Wear a mask / face covering
    * Respect fellow shoppers and volunteers by maintaining 6 ft distance at all times
    * Please don't bring your own bag (this is for the safety of the volunteers)

    *If you are over 60 years old there are additional options including weekly fresh prepared meals from a program funded by Boulder County Aging Services called Mountain Peak Life and more for those in financial stress. There is also a funded volunteer network who will help with errands.

    This effort is being organized by the Mountain Food Rescue network, a partner of Boulder Food Rescue. The food has been donated by the Nederland Food Pantry, the Ward Food Rescue, Lucky's, Whole Foods, and Ideal Market. Food has been carefully handled and stored following strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure your safety.

    How To Get Food and Help:

    Contact one of the following people and we will make sure food and other contacts and resources are sent your way.

    Amie Weinberg: 720.256.1283
    amiemollyweinberg@gmail.com

    Pam Leland
    zydecopam@gmail.com

    Jaye Brotherton
    Johnnyb655@hotmail.com
    720-257-3956

    Jovan Fish
    alxsfncy@gmail.com
    (303) 402-4829

    Erika Archer
    erika@glib.net

    How To Support This:
    - Spread the word and reach out to those in need!
    - Volunteer: If you are not in a risk category and you want to support this volunteer network effort by helping to deliver food to your neighborhood or neighbors please call or email Amie. We follow a strict covid -19 safety protocol and will set you up with what you need to do that.
    - Donations: storage bins, gloves and cash for things like gas money for some of the drivers are things we could really use.
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    Patrick GriffinPerson was signed in when posted
    05-22-2020
    09:52 AM MT(US)
    Thank you for those kind words, Kirk and Bethany! It was a unique and wonderful graduation celebration yesterday! Thanks again to Sal and Max for all their help! We do indeed live in a special place, and I am the luckiest teacher in the world to be teaching here within our close knit Jamestown Community. Happy Summer Vacation to all Jamestown Elementary students! You have worked hard, especially these last few months!
    Patrick
    Your 3-4-5 Teacher
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    Ashton
    05-22-2020
    09:29 AM MT(US)
    Neat Site, Keep up the useful job. thnx!

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    Jackie D
    05-22-2020
    08:28 AM MT(US)
    Congratulations to Lliam and the Watkins family!
    I'm so sorry I missed all the pomp and circumstance yesterday.
    I had an appointment in boulder at the time,had I known I would have rescheduled,and joined in.The celebration looks awesome!
    The pictures and video are wonderful! I'm so glad the graduation was such a special one, with the drone and entire town.
      Messages 36321-36317 deleted by author 05-22-2020 09:29 AM
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    Sally Hempy
    05-21-2020
    08:09 PM MT(US)
    Out of it...read my email from yesterday and today @ 4:30 today and just now...so, so sorry we missed the graduation celebrations today...just watched update tonight and cried...pomp and circumstance for Liam brought tears to my eyes, Oh, Lliam U R so fortunate, we the residents of this community are so fortunate in the brotherhood...yes, and sisterhood we share. Bless you too Pat, teaching is a gift. Thank you.

    On Thu, May 21, 2020 at 7:38 PM QT - Sal DeVincenzo <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-21-2020
    07:38 PM MT(US)

    If the video link for Lliam's graduation gave you trouble this one might work better:

    https://tinyurl.com/ycd24l2a
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    Lliam Watkins JES Grad
    05-21-2020
    04:49 PM MT(US)

    Bar-K and Beyond,

    Today, our community once again rose up and showed why there is no better place to raise a child, or to settle a family, than Jamestown/Bar-K.

    Our son, Lliam, graduated from Jamestown Elementary today. He began there in second grade and found a community of loving mentors and friends that have helped to guide and develop him into a confident, compassionate, kind and curious young man.

    Special recognition and thanks goes out to Gay Paxton, Beth Brotherton, and especially the Bar-K's own friendly neighbor, Patrick Griffin. His devotion to his craft, and to his students is beyond exceptional. During these times of online education, due to the Corona Virus, he has been a tireless and infinitely patient teacher and mentor to his students.

    Also, thanks to Sal and Max for taking pictures, blasting Pomp and Circumstance, and delivering Lliam's diploma via drone. It was absolutely incredible!

    Lastly, thank you Jamestown Elementary students, parents, and Bar-K neighbors that showed up to support Lliam on his graduation day. It was much appreciated and made our son's graduation better than we could ever imagine!

    The Watkins Family
    Edited 05-21-2020 05:18 PM
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    Patti OPerson was signed in when posted
    05-21-2020
    04:47 PM MT(US)

    human error--this is the free ramp
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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-21-2020
    03:57 PM MT(US)

    Congratulations to Lliam, his family and to all the students at Jamestown Elementary !
    Watch as the "forgotten diploma" gets a first class air delivery.
    Best Grad Ceremony ever

    Video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Dfi21x-A7...-M75KkGdZpwYfJPcAy0

    Photo Gallery
    https://clients.sdvphoto.com/gallery/lliam/

    Facebook Gallery
    https://www.facebook.com/sal.devincenzo/me...637457868398&type=3
    Edited 05-21-2020 07:34 PM
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    Martha L. RussoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-21-2020
    11:33 AM MT(US)

    Hello Bar- Ranchers,
    Thanks everyone for all the amazing wildlife images. We are sooo lucky to be in the midst of so many wonderful creatures. And Garbo hope the bear keeps his/herself busy in the deep woods. Thanks for the head ups.

    Many thanks to those of you who have dropped off and who intend to dropoff pink pussyhats that will make up the icing on our big, sculptural cake to celebrate women's suffrage for an art show at the Arvada Center opening June 25th.

    A little background about pink pussyhats. First, see the attached image of The Women’s March in Denver in Jan 2018 that was part of a nationwide march...and here is what a pussyhat is "...a pink, crafted hat, created in large numbers by thousands of participants involved with the United States 2017 Women's March. ... The hats are made using pink yarns or fabrics and were originally designed to be a positive form of protest for Trump's inauguration and bring to light issues about equality. The movement was started by Krista Suh."

    And for our art piece here is some info about the 6 ft tall x 4 ft wide sculptural cake and how we will use the hats:
    "We want to bring to light and celebrate the hard work that the women of Colorado put into bringing suffrage into existence. We are making a big cake in which layers of women’s garments will be frozen and preserved in porcelain slip to make up the body or "batter" of the cake. The clothes will recall what women wore during marches through the decades to fight for the right to vote. The icing on the cake will include a collection of pink pussyhats from the 2017-2019 Women’s Marches and new hats to represent this generation’s fight for equality."

    Please let me know if you have any questions.
    And again when you drop off your hat, please pin a note on it that has the following info:
    your full name
    your email mail
    if you are lending the hat or donating it

    We will be making the cake at my studio, 1209 Rock Lake Road, starting June 1st- June 14th. Please drop by to see what is going on.
    And, we need the hats by June 15th!
    Also Carolyn Donadio, please email me (martharusso22@gmail.com) so that I have your email and can send you updates on the project.
    THANKS!
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    Garbo
    05-21-2020
    11:29 AM MT(US)
    We watched you gather in front of Penny Lake to celebrate Lliam's graduation from Jamestown Elementary. Bar K Ranch and Jamestown are wonderful communities and great places to live. Thank you neighbors and congratulations to Lliam!!!
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    John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
    05-21-2020
    09:28 AM MT(US)
    Garbo ~ You may want to consider "Hot Wiring" your garage to ward off the Bears. Nail boards are discouraged by CPW as they injure animals, not just bears. Hot Wiring is very effective, easy and not too expensive. Turn it on/off when you need it. It really works well (lots of youtube showing it's effectiveness). Eliminating "attractants and their odors" is important. Bleach, not only addresses odors, it discourages scavenging Bears/Animals and can be used in plastic bags or containers.

    Lisa Cass is a great local resource for Bear Awareness information. Lisa helped start the SOB Group(Save Our Bears) in JT.
    I am also happy to be of service.

    Thanks for posting your Bear experience! It provides helpful information to the community. It is that time of the year again when we need to do our best to Co-Exist AND Save Our Bears !

    ~ SOB john
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    Garbo
    05-21-2020
    08:59 AM MT(US)
    I just want to give a head's up to our neighbors this morning. We had another bear visit last night which you know isn't too uncommon in the Bar K. We take responsibility for this latest happening because hey - it's a bear already. What bothers me about it is that this one's behavior was more aggressive than we'd seen over the past 30 years. It literally broke the back window out of the garage to get what he wanted. We already try to discourage their visits, so it really pisses me off this time. FYI - Mr. Bear - I am now prepared to take more serious measures to keep you away...

    I know he'll be coming around again, so I'll be making a couple more bear boards to lay around the garage, camper and vehicles at night... FYI - please keep your dogs nearby to you when walking behind our house. Thanks
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    Patrick GriffinPerson was signed in when posted
    05-21-2020
    08:03 AM MT(US)
    Hi Everyone! Today is graduation day at our lovely mountain school, Jamestown Elementary. We have just one graduate this year, our Bar-K resident Lliam Watkins! We are organizing a social distancing "surprise" parade to go past his house today around 11:00 am or so. You will see folks gathering around the Penny Lake area just before this time, practicing social distancing and wearing masks. We will then walk up Ridge and around to Lliam's house, making some graduation style noise for a big surprise! Should you be in the area around this time, you are more than welcome to join us, assuming you take proper COVID-19 measures. Thanks so much!
    Your 3-4-5 Teacher
    Patrick Griffin
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    joanne colePerson was signed in when posted
    05-20-2020
    11:13 AM MT(US)

    FREE Black Couch, durable and comfortable. Both sides recline. Free for the taking. Will need truck and at least 3 able bodied folks to move. Gold Hill
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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-20-2020
    09:34 AM MT(US)
    We received a package for Alexi Yeldezian in our mailbox yesterday. Alexi, let us know how you want to get it. We can drop it off or leave it on our porch. We're at 161 Ridge. Let us know! X0130
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-20-2020
    09:22 AM MT(US)
    Update! Try our new Busey Brews marinated and smoked Portobello sandwich. It comes with pineapple slaw and marinated onions.

    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I snowmobiled to the top of the Continental divide!

    On Wed, May 20, 2020, 8:57 AM QT - Julia & Rose <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    05-20-2020
    08:57 AM MT(US)
    That’s gorgeous Sal!
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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-20-2020
    08:26 AM MT(US)

    Looking East

    This Morning:
    Rim-Lit Golden Hour Meadow Moosiness
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    Jul
    05-20-2020
    07:56 AM MT(US)
    Good morning everyone.
    Thanks to all who had kind words.
    And thank you to those who clarified the reality of it all
    If that had been made clear from beginning, none of this would have happened.
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    Buzz BuseyPerson was signed in when posted
    05-19-2020
    10:25 PM MT(US)
    Good evening neighbors,
    As you are now getting the hang of, Wednesday is delivery day for Ward and the Bar-K from Busey Brews in Ned. Order your food, beer, wine and cocktails between 11 AM and 4PM and we will deliver it as soon as we can after 5:30.
    https://lodel.com/restaurants/busey-brews/delivery or call 855-ned-brew.
    Thanks again for your continued support from the Busey Family and our wonderful staff.
    We look forward to welcoming you in Ned in the actual restaurant soon we hope!
    Stay safe and well
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    Gary PaulPerson was signed in when posted
    05-19-2020
    12:41 PM MT(US)

    2005 Ford Box Truck, 16 ft., Diesel , $15,000 303 459-3204
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    oak
    05-19-2020
    10:12 AM MT(US)
    Hey all y'all mountain neighbors —

    Trying to clarify what's going on with the food.
    Jul, i appreciate your anxiety about poverty vs. convenience, but for now, BFR wants mountain communities to have access to this food.
    The director of Boulder Food Rescue is a dear friend, former student of mine, and i've been involved in a variety of ways with this amazing organization for many years.
    I've talked to them, and this is their position on the current crisis:

    Take it. Just everyone who will eat this food, show up and take some food.
    It will be garbage if you don't.
    100,000 tons of food is wasted daily in this country
    and BFR is striving to make that food useful, and to provide it for people who will eat it.
    That's really the extent of it, and yes, of course, in a "normal" world, people in poverty should have priority
    but this is not a normal time, and we are all welcome to help ourselves to this food mountain at this time.
    Erika, you are amazing! I bow in your general direction. Thank you for your generous service!
    And everyone who would like some food, please avail yourselves of this bounty.
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    ErikaAPerson was signed in when posted
    05-19-2020
    10:12 AM MT(US)
    What Jul says is true - BFR provides food for people who need the help. Up here in the Bar K, we have an additional need to help people who consider themselves part of a more vulnerable population in the midst of COVID to avoid public spaces. In addition, this food will be thrown out and we are helping reduce food waste in this county (and country!). So many great ways to be a part of this! We are providing this food for all - with the aim to help people feel comfortable by not being labeled and to take what they need. Additionally, people who need help financially have been invited to also reach out privately, and we are working to address everybody who needs the help. I have been assured that the BFR leadership supports this. I love this community - peace to all.
    Edited 05-19-2020 10:12 AM
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    Bar-K Association/ Margie
    05-19-2020
    09:00 AM MT(US)
    Homeless boats need to be claimed by their owners, please!
    One orange canoe chained to a tree...
    One big green canoe on the first rack...
    Please email info@bar-kassociation.org or
    Jack = 303.459.3568 Thanks!
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    John G
    05-19-2020
    08:53 AM MT(US)
    Penelope or Jul. I have lived here for over 30 years myself. You came on here, a public forum, representing yourself as someone we had neither heard of nor met, and literally shouted down Erika, whom we do know. Then, it was you who were offended by the response to your anonymously-posted public bashing?

    If you had a problem with what Erika was saying or advertising about that event, you could have contacted her personally before bringing your concerns here. At the least, you could have been more diplomatic if you wished to change the minds of others.
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    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    05-19-2020
    08:51 AM MT(US)
    That’s a good idea Denise. Maybe a solution would be to allow folks who are truly in need to access the food first and then others afterwards. Then we can make sure that no one in our community goes hungry and save food from being wasted.
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    Denise LuttrellPerson was signed in when posted
    05-19-2020
    08:36 AM MT(US)
    Thanks, Sal.

    Snarkiness aside, I really am sorry, Jul. Thanks for all you do. I appreciate and value our postal system, and the people who do the work. Especially now.

    It has also been my impression, gotten from friends who work with BFR (to whom I am a regular donor, and just made another donation this morning), that the mission of reducing waste is what initially spurred the creation of these food rescue organizations. Yes, of course that food is intended for people who are in need but it's also about the terrible waste. The push we are seeing in the mountain communities to distribute this food, and the rationale Erika gave in her post about reducing trips to the store, made sense to me in this time of pandemic. It's not about being scared to go to the store - it's about not moving around if you can help it. Every step outside your house increases the chance you will catch the virus, and bring it back to your community. The second part, spreading it, is what scares me. Also, if less people are going to the store, and so many supply chains are broken, I can see where stores might have more excess food than usual, that will go to waste if not distributed. So yes, for those reasons, I also showed up and took some of that food. I did feel guilty, when I read Jul's post, and resolved that if I ever showed up for one of these again, it would be at the end of it. That way I am only taking what would otherwise definitely go to waste.
    Edited 05-19-2020 08:38 AM
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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-19-2020
    07:27 AM MT(US)

    "Penelope", quite the beautiful alias Jul.
    Greek mythology, a daughter of Icarius of Sparta and the nymph Periboea and wife of the hero Odysseus.

    Grrrrrrrrrood morning Bar-K.
    Jul I adore you and your smile delivering our mail.... Thank you for bravely coming clean and de-anonymizing yourself... If you have the chance to talk with Erika you will discover that she is as awesome and as well-intentioned as you are and always goes out of her way to help our community. For me the mis-understanding might stem from the many definitions of a food bank. I guess the target recipients might be people who are truly in need and are struggling to keep food on their table. Poverty. The perplexing part for me and the reason why I show up for "free food" - sorry, despite my lack of poverty (yet) is due to the fact that if the food doesn't get taken it gets dumped. Wasted. Is that true? I know this stuff has been difficult and there are degrees in the level of "need" people experience so please let us know how to better make use of the resources and thanks again for all you do.
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    Holly Saracco
    05-18-2020
    09:08 PM MT(US)
    “What do you see” rhymes with Penelope.

    > On May 18, 2020, at 6:52 PM, QT - Penelope <qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    >
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    Jul
    05-18-2020
    07:26 PM MT(US)
    TY Patty!
    I just wanted to be heard w/o causing kind folks like you to feel need to defend me if I was met with opposition
    I like your suggestions, too

    And Kim, sry. I was just a tad snarky w you. Glad you are here!
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    Jul
    05-18-2020
    07:22 PM MT(US)
    I’m sure BFR would love to read ErikaA’s comment how “everyone is confused from BFR and MFR”!
    How brazen.
    And Kim, I have lived here 35 years. You all moved out here just a few years ago, because your son was living here (so says he).
    So please, breathe. I will try to do the same. TY.
    These times are trying on us all. Just, before you get ready to shoot the messenger, check your facts.

    Denise, if you just check the facts via BFR website, you would see for yourself that I am not misrepresenting!!

    TY.
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    Patti OPerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    07:17 PM MT(US)
    Jul is wonderful and has helped Mark for many years delivering all of our mail. Perhaps she and Erika need to talk. I can see why people who really need food can get free food. But if you can really afford it--and I think we know if we can--please reimburse the non-profit reaching out to stores for free food.
    Apologies to Jul--with love and thanks
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    Denise LuttrellPerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    07:12 PM MT(US)
    I apologize for making you feel blue. The problem with anonymous posts that bash respected community members is that nobody even knows if you are indeed, local, or not. Considering that Penelope sounds very much like the names of the spam posts we are plagued with, can you blame folks for not taking you seriously?
    Edited 05-18-2020 07:13 PM
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    Jul aka Penelope
    05-18-2020
    07:10 PM MT(US)
    And thank you Sal for leaving my original post. If anyone cares to do their own research, go to the BFR website, as I did. Contact Chris in Nederland who runs the Nederland food bank. You will discover that my words are absolutely accurate.
    Feel free to contact me, anytime. I will refer you to these organizations, as they will provide truth!
    I’m done trying to let everybody know the dangers of misrepresenting these donations, and the consequences that could occur.
    36278
    Penelope
    05-18-2020
    07:04 PM MT(US)
    Really? We have nothing better to do than ‘bash’ me? Try to find rhymes to go with my name!?!
    I have been anonymous due to position I hold in your community, and am trying to avoid ‘mixing hats’, so to speak. But this is just hurtful and going too far. So, here lemme help ya!
    My name is Jul.
    I hear you think I’m really uncool.
    Even cruel.
    Def not old school
    She clearly doesn’t understand the rules
    She probably drools, too.
    There ya’ go. Lyrics

    I deliver your mail.
    I never fail
    Rain or snow, you know I do it with a smile
    I go the extra mile.
    I am human with feelings too
    What ya’ll are saying makes me blue
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-18-2020
    07:01 PM MT(US)
    Penelope,
    Who are you? No one knows who you are! You cannot just keep saying this without any proof... Or at least giving those in charge a chance to speak to you....

    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I snowmobiled to the top of the Continental divide!

    On Mon, May 18, 2020, 6:52 PM QT - Penelope <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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    Penelope
    05-18-2020
    06:52 PM MT(US)
    Hi again. Would like to try to clarify, as it seems my post was unclear!
    MJ, et.al.:
    I was saying the food IS for those in need. It is NOT just to avoid shopping outings.
    Erikas post read, “This is NOT about not being able to afford food - it's about reducing visits to public spaces like the grocery stores. ”
    That statement she made is absolutely inaccurate, and IS NOT what BFR (Bldr Food Rescue) or MFR (Mtn Food Rescue) services are intended for.
    That’s all.
    I am happy to hear that some folks in need were able to make use of this wonderful service. I too would like to thank Jaye for her time and care given to picking up and delivering the food!
    I am sad, and frankly! somewhat scared by the interpretations folks gave to my post.
    It IS absolutely true that these donations are intended for those in need! It is absolutely about NOT being able to afford food. Erikas statement that was made is a flagrant abuse of a worthy mission to feed those in NEED.
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    Chuck and AnnePerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    06:40 PM MT(US)
    John G envelope
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    John G
    05-18-2020
    04:02 PM MT(US)
    As a potentially starving, aging musician, I really appreciated the food donation. It was just what I needed at the time. A thousand thanks to all involved with providing it.

    In fact, I am thinking about writing a song about it. I've got the "No, No, No" handled, maybe I could add a "Yes, Yes, Yes", but what rhymes with Penelope?
    36272
    Don K
    05-18-2020
    02:07 PM MT(US)
    To whoever is shooting right now in the southeast part of the Bar K. Please be considerate to those who are working from home. The power may be out, but many of us are still working due to UPS or generators. It is very difficult to concentrate on coding with gunfire going on! Thank you.
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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    01:02 PM MT(US)

    No Volts.....
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    ErikaAPerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    11:08 AM MT(US)
    It was wonderful to see so many participating in the pop-up grocery stand on Saturday! (And yes, we have full support from our parent organization - not sure what that email was about below. Everyone is confused from MFR and BFR...) We'll send out info on the next one soon! (Likely this Saturday, again - please stay tuned for confirmation!)
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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    08:02 AM MT(US)
    Thank you Kim!
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    Kim Renner BuseyPerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    07:43 AM MT(US)
    Cyndi and Gary....I am going to come camp in your wildlife preserve (AKA your backyard!) Beautiful pictures, Gary.
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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-18-2020
    06:13 AM MT(US)

    2 bull elk in velvet and a cow in the upper pasture.
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    Austin
    05-17-2020
    04:56 PM MT(US)
    Does anyone have a recommendation for a radiant heat installer ?
    36263
    Patti OPerson was signed in when posted
    05-17-2020
    03:35 PM MT(US)

    does anyone have 4.5' of this 90 degree angle flashing i can have or buy? thanks. 3511
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    Claudia
    05-17-2020
    10:47 AM MT(US)

    Every year this Black Headed Gros beak returns. Haven't seen female yet.
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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-17-2020
    10:23 AM MT(US)

    ...
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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-17-2020
    09:05 AM MT(US)

    .
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    Alejandrina
    05-16-2020
    11:19 PM MT(US)
    We would like to thank you just as before for the lovely ideas you offered Jeremy when preparing her post-graduate research plus, most importantly, for providing all of the ideas within a blog post.
    If we had known of your website a year ago, we'd have been saved the needless measures we were having to take. Thanks to you.

    Stop by my web page: <a href="http://kgmsd.com/cgi-bin/bbs/joyful.cgi?page=455->
    Edited 05-16-2020 11:19 PM
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    Marty Leopold
    05-16-2020
    09:20 PM MT(US)
    Hi Patti

    Spectrum Electric was here in the Bar-K yesterday doing routine generator service at 4 homes.
    They are a Generac dealer and do lots of generators. Conifer, CO 303-697-8414
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    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    05-16-2020
    08:28 PM MT(US)
    Hi Kirk-
    The crew will be back possibly Wednesday, definitely next Saturday, there were more takers than had contacted us, which is great! But it slowed the progress down.
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    Barb PPerson was signed in when posted
    05-16-2020
    08:27 PM MT(US)
    Not sure what their schedule is, Kirk - I bet someone will post here. But, I'd like to say a huge thank you to the LFPD for the chipping they've done so far. You guys are the best and we appreciate all your hard work.
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    Kirk C. WatkinsPerson was signed in when posted
    05-16-2020
    08:19 PM MT(US)
    Hi,
    Curious whether the chipping will be continuing? We had our piles in front of our house and confirmation that we were on the list, and the crew drove past our house.
    Can we look forward to seeing somebody tomorrow?
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    MJ
    05-16-2020
    05:14 PM MT(US)
    WELL, I don’t know who Penelo pe is but thank you to those who donated their time to bring food to the Ward, the Bar-K and J-town. I’m also wondering if “low income” is the same as, no income. Their are plenty of those right now due to a pandemic. No reason to slam people that are just trying to help their neighbors. Thanks again!
    36253
    Keira
    05-16-2020
    04:54 PM MT(US)
    Passion the website-- extremely user pleasant and great deals to see!


    my page: sun n fun lakeland 2016
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    Penelope
    05-16-2020
    02:52 PM MT(US)
    Further, utilizing the food in this manner could potentially result in the mountain communities losing all access to these donations.
    If you all are truly interested in organizing a Bar-K low income food service, fo your research and act according to rules and regs of these established organizations. PLEASE, and THANK YOU!
    36251
    Penelope
    05-16-2020
    02:47 PM MT(US)
    Erika, and all who are involved’
    Having read post about FREE food mask-erade...
    NO! NO! NO!
    Nelow is Bldr Food Rescue mission statement. The food donated IS NOT INTENDED TO BE UTILIZED TO AVOID TRIPS TO STORE!!!
    Stop and read!!
    Many folks are slipping inyo poverty at this time, the food is ABSOLUTELY for them. It is not just leisurely to be given to those too fearful to go out and attain what they can afford
    This suggestion of such is a gross! misinterpretation

    About. Our Mission: Boulder Food Rescue is a non-profit organization whose goal is to create a more just and less wasteful food system. We facilitate the sustainable redistribution of healthy food to agencies who serve homeless and low-income individuals while educating each other about food justice.
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    HollisPerson was signed in when posted
    05-16-2020
    11:27 AM MT(US)
    Hey! Looks like there's a Bar-K Hollis. That post is not from Jamestown Hollis.
    There's no star by the name, not signed in ?

    36243
    Hollis
    05-16-2020
    06:06 AM MT(US)
    Edited 05-16-2020 11:28 AM
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    Patti OPerson was signed in when posted
    05-16-2020
    11:02 AM MT(US)
    I am interested in installing an outside permanent generator. Generac is advertising a lot--has anyone gone through their services? Is anyone up here able to get and install the whole thing--concrete slab, hook up to propane,etc? interested in your comments--thanks. pso.olson@gmail.com
    36247
    Sally Hempy
    05-16-2020
    10:38 AM MT(US)

    Bobcat at Hempy’s, 5/14/20
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    Buzz Busey
    05-16-2020
    09:41 AM MT(US)
    O'b sent out an email to the qt a week or two ago. They have a grant to chip slash up here for free. They are doing it today.

    On Sat, May 16, 2020, 9:32 AM QT - Rock Lake Joe <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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    Rock Lake Joe
    05-16-2020
    09:32 AM MT(US)
    Anybody know why neighbors are piling up slash by the side of the road in the Bar-K?
    Somebody going to pick the piles up soon? One pile just got made across from Rock Lake.
    Joe Ryan
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    Rene
    05-16-2020
    07:06 AM MT(US)
    Hiya, I am really glad I've found this info.
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    Hollis
    05-16-2020
    06:06 AM MT(US)
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    36242
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-16-2020
    05:47 AM MT(US)
    Awesome bird shots Gary... Glad to see you making good use of the new lens..
      Messages 36241-36240 deleted by author 05-16-2020 07:44 AM
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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-15-2020
    05:42 PM MT(US)

    Our Osprey is back!!

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/amajw5xppmdpu3v...m5_q0nL0mGkjsa?dl=0
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    martha russo
    05-15-2020
    03:52 PM MT(US)
    A Few more details:
    The hats can be made with any pink fabric- with patterns or solid- and any style you wish.
    The hats should be the size of a wearable hat.
    You can contribute as many hats as you wish.
    Please let me know if you have any questions.
    THANKS
    36237
    martha russo
    05-15-2020
    03:33 PM MT(US)

    Emma Hardy and I are making a big cake (6’x’4) for an art show celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote. The show will be at the Arvada Center, late June- early Sept.
    We need your help. The icing on the cake will consist of 100 pink pussy hats. See image. Thus far, we have about 30 hats, so we are still looking for about 70 more😊
    If you would like to lend or give us a hat, please drop it off at my home at 1209 Rock Lake Road (right across from Rock Lake). You will see a plastic box with a sign PINK HAT DROP-OFF at the top of our driveway. And if you would like me to come pick up your hat, just drop me a line : martharusso22@gmail.com
    Please put your full name, email, and snail mail address in the hat and indicate if you want to give or lend us the hat. We will list your name on the title information for the CAKE! We need the hats by June 15th. THANKS.
    36236
    ErikaAPerson was signed in when posted
    05-15-2020
    01:35 PM MT(US)

    JUST LISTED!

    192 Nugget Hill Rd, Jamestown, CO 80455
    $525,000
    MLS# 911890

    Unique custom home surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views. Sunny, south-facing windows and central trombe wall in living room work as integrated passive solar heating w wood stove and electric heat assist. Large, two-tiered back deck overlooks gorgeous scenery. Septic - excellent condition. Newly refinished wood floors in kitchen & dining; New hot water heater; New range/hood. Bedrooms wired for 220v heaters. Outside entrance walk-in crawl space. 16 min drive to N Boulder (7.6 mi). No HOA. Neighbors co-hire plowing service. Call Erika Archer: erika@movewithjp.com | cell: 720.523.3624 | Jenn Porter Group | office: 720.415.2255

    aerial tour: https://listing.colorfulvirtualtours.com/bt/192_Nugget_Hill.html
    36235
    Jenn Baumber
    05-15-2020
    10:22 AM MT(US)
    Hi Steve,
    My husband, Steve Gjertson, is a welder & fabricator and owns a metal shop in North Boulder. (We live over on Crockett). Steve said to give him a call. His # is 720-323-4083.
    Jenn
    36234
    sbertramPerson was signed in when posted
    05-15-2020
    09:23 AM MT(US)
    Do we any any local welder/fabricators in the neighborhood who might be interested in a project? Thanks,
    Steve
    36233
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    ErikaAPerson was signed in when posted
    05-14-2020
    05:53 PM MT(US)
    Pop-Up FREE Grocery Stand this Saturday at the Bar K Picnic Area from 3:30-5:30!

    Avoid the grocery stores and stock up on some items. We should have some eggs, limited produce, canned goods, bread, and fresh prepared food available this Saturday. Based on participation, this could be even better stocked in the future.

    This is NOT about not being able to afford food - it's about reducing visits to public spaces like the grocery stores. Also...it's fun to see your neighbors at the Bar K mask-erade and guess who they might be!

    To participate, just show up and follow the COVID 19 rules:

    * Wear a mask / face covering
    * Respect fellow shoppers and volunteers by maintaining 6 ft distance at all times
    * Please don't bring your own bag (this is for the safety of the volunteers)

    This effort is being organized by the Mountain Food Rescue network, a partner of Boulder Food Rescue. The food has been donated by the Nederland Food Pantry, the Ward Food Rescue, Lucky's, Whole Foods, and Ideal Market. Food has been carefully handled and stored following strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure your safety.

    *If you are over 60 years old there are additional options including weekly fresh prepared meals from a program funded by Boulder County Aging Services called Mountain Peak Life and more for those in financial stress. There is also a funded volunteer network who will help with errands. Contact Amie: amiemollyweinberg@gmail.com, Jaye: johnnyb655@hotmail.com or Erika: erika@glib.net for more information.

    Special thanks to the Bar K Association for use of the space!
    Edited 05-14-2020 05:53 PM
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    Jackie D
    05-14-2020
    01:06 PM MT(US)
    I'm not seeing any dogs missing on the lost pets pages, but FYI, if you call animal control, and they pick the dogs up, it's going to cost the owners lots to retrieve them, which is a bummer if they just escaped. It's nicer to check the missing pets pages, before calling animal control on dogs. Usually they know exactly how to get back to their houses.
    36230
    Jackie D
    05-14-2020
    12:48 PM MT(US)
    My dogs are here!,safe and sound in their dog yard, so not them.
    They do have some siblings in Ward however, and I'm guessing by the description, the dogs could be related to mine.
    Hoping they are ok , and there is a lost dog site, on Facebook , a couple of them actually. "Missing Ned Pets" Peak to Peak lost pets"
    I'll try to find them and see if anyone is missing those dogs and looking for them. Most likely if they live in
    Ward, they can find their own way home.
    36229
    Spam deleted by QuickTopic 05-13-2020 06:21 PM
    36228
    Katherine HarveyPerson was signed in when posted
    05-13-2020
    03:55 PM MT(US)

    Hi all, friendly reminder to fill out the 2020 Census! As of today, only 32.7% of households in the Bar-K/Jamestown/Ward area have completed the census. The county's overall response rate is almost 70%, which means *city folks are disproportionately represented* as way more of the county than they actually are. If we don't get counted, we won't receive federal funding for the local services we need (including disaster response $$$, Medicaid, SNAP, CCAP & much more).

    Please fill it out TODAY at home, online at my2020census.gov or call (844) 330-2020.
      Spam messages 36227-36225 deleted by QuickTopic between 05-13-2020 08:22 PM and 05-14-2020 08:15 AM
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    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    05-13-2020
    12:19 PM MT(US)
    FYI - This was on the Jamestown QT:

    Just spent 45 minutes attempting to rescue two dogs on P2P about 1/2 mile from the Overland turn. One was a Shepherd and the other appeared to be a Malamute. Both had collars/tags. They looked exhausted, but overall "OK" and not injured. They would not let me get close enough to put a leash on them. Very nice, just scared. I last saw them at 11:05AM. I have not seen them before today. If anyone knows these sweet dogs, please alert their owners. I have already called animal control. If you are traveling on P2P today, please slow down. They are walking together right down the middle of the road.
      Messages 36223-36222 deleted by author between 05-14-2020 08:15 AM and 05-16-2020 07:53 AM
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    Erika
    05-13-2020
    06:18 AM MT(US)
    Passing along info about BoCo grants for Small Businesses:

    Dear Small Business Owner,
     

    We understand that during the COVID-19 Pandemic, small businesses across the nation and right here in Boulder County have been greatly impacted financially. We value the businesses we have here in the county and wish to join our municipalities in providing some financial relief to you. It is for this reason that we are writing to all business owners with businesses in unincorporated Boulder County, including Niwot, and the incorporated towns of Jamestown, and Ward.
     

    As the Boulder County Board of County Commissioners, we have developed a COVID-19 Relief Grant Program for Small Businesses in Unincorporated Boulder County with total funding of $200,000. The purpose of this program is to provide some immediate financial support for small businesses experiencing financial hardship directly related to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
     

    Businesses in good standing that have registered their business’ headquarters in the unincorporated area of Boulder County (including Jamestown, Ward, and Niwot) and with less than 50 employees are encouraged to apply. The application opens on May 8 and all applications must be received by May 18 at 11:59 p.m.
     

    Find the application in English and Spanish at https://www.bouldercounty.org/disasters/sm...gency-relief-grant/
     

    Grants will be awarded in fixed amounts of $2,500, $5,000, or $7,500. The funds are intended to help businesses cover near-term expenses in the areas of business rent or mortgage, utilities, payroll, or other essential operating costs. The hope is that this money will provide near-term financial relief while businesses pursue additional relief options. Applying for this grant funding must be one component of a larger strategy for a business’s recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic and is not intended to be a sole source of aid.
     

    Grant awards will be determined at the discretion of the county based on the eligibility criteria described below and are subject to funding availability. Grant awardees will be selected and notified on May 29. Funding for this grant program is limited and submitting an application is not a guarantee of a grant award.
     

    If your business is located in another Boulder County city or town, please contact the municipality for more information about its grant programs.
     

    For resources regarding the Safer at Home guidelines for businesses, please visit https://covid19.colorado.gov/safer-at-home and https://boco.org/COVID19Business. For additional resources available to individuals and families in Boulder County, please visit www.boco.org/COVID-19Resources.
     

    For additional support for small businesses from the federal and state government and from other sources, please visit the Boulder Small Business Development Center and Colorado’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade.
     

    Questions regarding this grant application, please email economicrecovery@bouldercounty.org.
     

    Eligibility Criteria & Other Details:
    The business must operate in unincorporated Boulder County (Niwot included), Ward, or Jamestown.
    The business was in operation as of March 10, 2020 (Colorado emergency declaration).
    Business is “current” on all accounts with the county and state.
    Business employed 50 or fewer employees as of March 10, 2020.
    The business is a for-profit business. Non-profit organizations may be eligible funds from:
    Boulder County Community Foundation https://www.commfound.org/grants/get-grant...d/request-proposals
    Help Colorado Now https://helpcoloradonow.org/covid_relief-fund/
     

    We will appoint an advisory committee to oversee this funding process. Funding priority will be determined based on applicant need and a clear indication of COVID-19 impact to the business. Incomplete applications, or applications submitted after the deadline date/time will not be considered.
     

    Submission of an application is no assurance that the grant will be awarded, in whole or in part. Receipt of funds under this grant program, if and as awarded, may impact the amount of other funding offered or awarded by other entities. The applicant assumes such risk. Applicants should not seek grant funding for an item or expense for which they plan to seek support from another source, e.g., SBA funding resources like the PPP or EIDL programs.
     

    We wish to support you and your business through this unusual time and hope this grant program, in connection with other available resources, will help you weather this storm. Thank you for choosing Boulder County for your business and we look forward to seeing all applications.
     

    Board of County Commissioners,
    Deb Gardner, Matt Jones, and Elise Jones
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-12-2020
    06:54 PM MT(US)
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    Thank you again.

    Kim Renner Busey
    When was the last time you did something for the first time? I snowmobiled to the top of the Continental Divide!



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    05-12-2020
    07:59 AM MT(US)
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    05-11-2020
    04:20 PM MT(US)
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    05-11-2020
    12:20 PM MT(US)
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-09-2020
    11:13 AM MT(US)
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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-09-2020
    10:22 AM MT(US)

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    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    05-09-2020
    09:59 AM MT(US)
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    Kirk C. WatkinsPerson was signed in when posted
    05-08-2020
    05:14 PM MT(US)
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    Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
    05-08-2020
    09:37 AM MT(US)

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    As nice as the quiet sleepy Sunday mornings are, we realized that this year we’d also miss hosting Mother’s Day, one of our favorite holidays at The Merc- and handing out free mimosas to all women- (As always, no breeding Required)

    And as nice as the rest is, we are sorry not to have the chance to give our tiny Merc gift to all the women in the community, so we decided that we would anyhow!

    Come by Sunday from 12-2, we’ll be on the porch, safely handing out free single mimosas to-go to all women who’d like one.

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    Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
    05-08-2020
    09:35 AM MT(US)

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    And as always.... pie, margaritas, coffee, Kombucha, Superjames, Produce and
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    36200
    JudyTFPerson was signed in when posted
    05-08-2020
    08:26 AM MT(US)
    Thanks Jenn and Ashley, I guess we are never too old to learn a new lesson. Speaking of myself, of course. Car windows down only with a 3" gap from now on. Funny how a dog can be the picture of good behavior and training - until he isn't. Thanks, again for your help. Judy
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    Jenn, Cole & Kaia
    05-08-2020
    08:03 AM MT(US)
    Judy, I was laughing uncontrollably when Doc jumped out the car window! Very impressive indeed!! Maybe Doc is also growing tired of social distancing.. :) Glad all dogs are safe..
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    Claire Rozinek
    05-07-2020
    07:38 PM MT(US)
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    Ashley L
    05-07-2020
    06:40 PM MT(US)
    No problem at all, Judy. Doc was so agile with his window departure, Gwen and I were impressed.
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    Claire Rozinek
    05-07-2020
    05:46 PM MT(US)
    Please add us to the list, Rozinek, 902 Rock Lake Rd.
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    Patti OPerson was signed in when posted
    05-07-2020
    05:20 PM MT(US)
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    JudyTFPerson was signed in when posted
    05-07-2020
    04:50 PM MT(US)
    I want to apologize to the people that had to stop on Ranch Rd earlier while I was trying to corral my dog. Ashley, I apologize for the commotion. Doc has ridden in the car is whole life and never been a problem. I guess it was seeing another Aussie, my stopping and rolling the window down instead of up by mistake. Never dreamed he would jump out through the window. A lesson learned for sure. I could have been in a dangerous place instead of on the super friendly Bar-K. So I was a bit flustered to say the least and I am sorry if I violated the Social Distancing. My trip to the mailbox is about the only outing during the last couple of months. Thanks for those who helped grab my excited, happy dog. Yikes. Judy
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    05-07-2020
    03:47 PM MT(US)
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    Klaus
    05-07-2020
    01:37 PM MT(US)
    No worries, DavidL, with all the anxiety going around with Covid-19, I just thought it a good idea not to add to that with wildfire danger worries before their time. The season will be long enough as it is.
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    robert@ontosmedia.com
    05-07-2020
    10:51 AM MT(US)
    Hi, Lisa! We might have one -- I have a question out to Cynthia, who would know. If we do, it's in Niwot.

    Maybe send me an email directly: robert at ontosmedia d0t com

    --Robert Schaller and Cynthia Sliker
    36189
    Morgan NPerson was signed in when posted
    05-07-2020
    09:55 AM MT(US)
    Lisa - I just checked on Facebook marketplace and saw a couple on there, but might be bigger than what you want. If you are not using it all the time, some of those fridge/freezers made for overland vehicle camping might work as well
    36188
    Lisa CassPerson was signed in when posted
    05-07-2020
    09:41 AM MT(US)
    Update- I think I have a freezer thanks to Robert and Cynthia! Community love strikes again...



    Hello all- a long shot request here. I am desperately in need of a chest freezer- somewhere in the 7-10 cubic foot size. If anyone has a line on one you might not be using or need in the immediate future, I will happily pay you in cash or even replace it with a new one when they become available. There is not a freezer to be found in the whole country right now.

    I have employees at Lowe's and Home Depot looking out for me, but they are trickling in few and far between and disappear immediately. Any leads would be appreciated.
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    DavidLPerson was signed in when posted
    05-07-2020
    08:33 AM MT(US)
    Hi Klaus, thanks. When I checked Zone 215 yesterday afternoon it included the northern foothills, now I see it does not. Thank you.
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    Kirk C. WatkinsPerson was signed in when posted
    05-07-2020
    07:28 AM MT(US)
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    Klaus
    05-06-2020
    10:23 PM MT(US)
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    Edited 05-06-2020 10:34 PM
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    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    05-06-2020
    07:05 PM MT(US)
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-06-2020
    05:32 PM MT(US)
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    On Wed, May 6, 2020, 11:51 AM QT - Kim Renner Busey <
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    Tim D
    05-06-2020
    04:10 PM MT(US)
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    05-06-2020
    01:41 PM MT(US)
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-06-2020
    11:51 AM MT(US)
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    On Mon, May 4, 2020, 7:16 PM QT - Kim Renner Busey <
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    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    05-06-2020
    10:26 AM MT(US)
    Good morning neighbors-
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    05-06-2020
    10:14 AM MT(US)
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    Don K
    05-06-2020
    09:40 AM MT(US)

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    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-06-2020
    09:28 AM MT(US)
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    08:46 AM MT(US)
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    05-06-2020
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    Buzz Busey
    05-05-2020
    10:25 PM MT(US)
    Sorry, due to the fact they do a different neighborhood around Ned every night, that days delivery area gets "turned on" after 11am day if. So... Try tomorrow after 11.
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    On Tue, May 5, 2020, 9:48 PM QT - Joe Ryan <
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    Joe Ryan
    05-05-2020
    09:48 PM MT(US)
    Kim and Buzz, trying to order for tomorrow, put in our address on Rock Lake Road, and says "can't deliver to that address" -- how do we get around that, get the order in, and pay?
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    Kim Renner Busey
    05-04-2020
    07:16 PM MT(US)
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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-04-2020
    11:18 AM MT(US)

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    Finally, let us remember how small our differences are in the face of this shared threat. In the final analysis, we are not partisan combatants, we are human beings, equally vulnerable and equally wonderful in the sight of God. We rise or fall together and we are determined to rise. God bless you all.

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    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    05-04-2020
    11:06 AM MT(US)
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    Don K
    05-04-2020
    10:38 AM MT(US)
    Thanks, Rob. Of course, it is time for it all to come down! I might leave a few trees up, just in case.

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    05-04-2020
    10:33 AM MT(US)
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    05-04-2020
    09:54 AM MT(US)
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    09:49 AM MT(US)
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    09:18 AM MT(US)
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    Free!
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    Unopened bottle of Evening Primrose Oil supplement

    You can improve your woman's health while yelling at Alexa!

    Both are on our wooden gate by the garage at 403 Ridge Rd. Ignore the dogs if they bark, because that's what they do.
    36155
    Deleted by topic administrator 05-04-2020 07:27 AM
    36154
    Bar-K Association/ Margie
    05-03-2020
    04:24 PM MT(US)
    2 Bar-K Association messages...

    Any owners of boats stored at Rock Lake, please call Jack 303.459.3568 or email your contact info to
    info@bar-kassociation.org
    We have boats that need to find their owners.

    Gardening? If you are interested in having a plot in the community garden, please contact us by May 14th.
    Again that is: info@bar-kassociation.org
    Thanks, Margie
      Messages 36153-36151 deleted by author between 05-04-2020 09:39 AM and 05-04-2020 11:23 AM
    36150
    Alena
    05-01-2020
    03:45 PM MT(US)
    Hiya, I am really glad I've found this information. Nowadays bloggers publish only about gossips and web and this is really frustrating.
    A good website with exciting content, this is what I need. Thanks for keeping this website, I will be visiting it. Do you do newsletters? Cant find it.

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    36149
    julie & mattPerson was signed in when posted
    05-01-2020
    01:59 PM MT(US)
    Hello! Looking for chicken wire. Let us know how much you may have leftover and the cost. Thanks Julie CK 303-440-3728 Hope you're all well!
    36148
    Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
    05-01-2020
    01:58 PM MT(US)

    This week’s Meals are up in the website so please feel free to sign up or buy through the Merc Market.

    www.jamestownmercantile.com

    We are also open Saturday mornings for burritos you can grab, fresh bread, pies, mimosas, Free toilet paper- basically all the essentials.
    10-12

    For Bar K Residents, Jamie is still offering her very generous delivery service! You can sign up on the website.
    For dinner this week:
    Monday-
    Spanakopita (Greek Spinach Pie) with Greek Salad and Lemon Chicken Skewers. (Veg option is Lemon Cauliflower)
    Thursday-
    A personal favorite, Lemon Sausage and Chard Lasagna, with green salad.
    (Veg option is Lemon Chard Lasagna)

    We are still the best place to get your Juliens Cliffhouse Kombucha!

    And Margaritas, Negronis, Pineapple Habanero Margaritas, Mexican Cokes, Sour Beer, Brown Beer, IPA, Topo Chico Mineral Water, White Wine, Red Wine, Izzes and...

    Coming this week....
    Cucumber Cilantro Margaritas too!

    Thanks for all the support Jamestown Area Neighbors. We love feeding you dinner, and seeing everyone in their fancy masks.❤️
    36147
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    05-01-2020
    11:35 AM MT(US)
    *When there is not a fire!*
    36146
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    05-01-2020
    11:33 AM MT(US)
    C130s are a beast indeed. My dad used to fly them in the Cowboy Air National Guard. Fun to hear and see them up here!
    36145
    Kirk C. WatkinsPerson was signed in when posted
    05-01-2020
    11:23 AM MT(US)
    C-130 is a beast!
    I remember riding on them, going from island to island in the Corps.
    China to the Philippines, not a short ride.
    Not comfortable at all.
    Sitting straight up in non-pressurized fuselage. Tried to sleep, not sure if I ever did.
    Nice shots, Sal, never saw one over our house. Bummer.
    36144
    Cyndi and GaryPerson was signed in when posted
    05-01-2020
    08:05 AM MT(US)

    For the howlers :)
    36143
    Deleted by topic administrator 05-01-2020 02:37 PM
    36142
    Barb P
    04-30-2020
    06:21 PM MT(US)
    Great pic Sal. It was an excellent air show from the deck for sure. Got to wave they were so close. So glad they’re here and training. And congrats to Max! He had our vote!!
    36141
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-30-2020
    06:18 PM MT(US)

    Some of them are named "Hercules"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_C-1...Aerial_Firefighting
    36140
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-30-2020
    06:15 PM MT(US)

    The mighty Lockheed Martin C130

    Managed to snag a few pics yesterday in case you were wondering what the noise was.
    This bad girl is what you want when fire danger is near.
    36139
    Rick Westmoreland
    04-30-2020
    02:50 PM MT(US)
    Wow, I actually did it.....I picked a winner.
    Congrats to Max and his friends.
    Now let me at that Lotto, while I'm on a roll...LOL!!!


    On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 2:40 PM QT - Sal DeVincenzo <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    36138
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-30-2020
    02:40 PM MT(US)

    Speaking of drumming
    Max and friends nailed first place on 303 Magazine cover contest
    Thanks to all who voted for them.
    Have a listen:
    https://303magazine.com/2020/04/303-cover-challenge-winners/
    36137
    Simone
    04-30-2020
    02:38 PM MT(US)
    There were two dogs running loose at valley lake earlier today.

    Please keep dogs on your land or on a leash.

    I actually like animals and find it painful to tell a friendly dog to go away, but the CDC recommends pets being included in social distancing:
    https://www.9news.com/article/news/health/...b-b10b-3589e778191d
    36136
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-30-2020
    02:27 PM MT(US)

    Sorry - no time to weigh in here I'm too busy counting my ad revenue and cashing my FB checks...you might say we are just rolling in dough over here. I'll let you know what the gate keeper decides on controlling club QT another time cause having to answer to any of this BS now is starting to become annoying-again. Meantime, getting the drum kits tuned up, have no fear though they are hooked up to a special anonymizer and musical VPN so you won't be actually able to tell where the groove is coming from but it will be so awesome, you'll wish you could. Klaus- I feel your pain, in the meantime just delete whatever troubles you and ignore the rest.
    Nice pic Joe those planes are cool.
    36135
    Jason
    04-30-2020
    02:05 PM MT(US)
    I’m with Klaus. Seems like the best of both worlds, plus they have a strong no-anonymous posting policy.
    36134
    Klaus
    04-30-2020
    01:22 PM MT(US)
    Yes, but I can read it without having to sign up, as I said before.
    36133
    Kim Renner Busey
    04-30-2020
    01:20 PM MT(US)
    The Jamestown QT is password protected...

    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I snowmobiled to the top of the Continental divide!

    On Thu, Apr 30, 2020, 1:19 PM QT - Klaus <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    36132
    Klaus
    04-30-2020
    01:19 PM MT(US)
    Sal, I thought that the QT was going to evolve into something like the Jamestown QT where anyone can still view the entries without having to sign up. That seems to work just fine, without all the spamming that has certainly turned me off over here.
    36131
    Deleted by topic administrator 05-01-2020 05:20 AM
    36130
    Rock Lake Joe
    04-30-2020
    12:24 PM MT(US)

    Was on a walk around the block yesterday afternoon and took a detour to visit the horses when one of the C130 planes was lumbering around, following a scout plane.
    36129
    Deleted by topic administrator 05-01-2020 05:21 AM
    36128
    Morgan NPerson was signed in when posted
    04-30-2020
    11:11 AM MT(US)
    Except there is no advertising, and it's nothing like signing up for facebook.
      Messages 36127-36126 deleted by author between 05-01-2020 07:24 AM and 05-01-2020 07:23 AM
    36125
    Kim Renner Busey
    04-30-2020
    09:31 AM MT(US)
    Drum circle sounds fun...I feel sorry for whatever I decide to bang...it is gonna hurt!
    Is Max going to give us a countdown?

    Kim Renner Busey
    When was the last time you did something for the first time? I snowmobiled to the top of the Continental Divide!



    On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 9:14 AM QT - Sal DeVincenzo <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    36124
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-30-2020
    09:23 AM MT(US)
    Second Request:
    Due to spam posts, the QT will soon require a password to view or post
    whether you are a QT subscriber or not.
    To receive password send an email to the address below with a short note requesting it.
    If you are a subscriber it is recommended you send the request using your current email address.

    Send email to:
    qtadmin@protonmail.com
    (please make a note of this address now)
    36123
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-30-2020
    09:14 AM MT(US)
    Who is in ?
    Howling at 8 p.m. each night has been a comfort for many during the COVID-19 shutdown. Now Colorado's music scene is taking the noise a step further at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 30, and asking people to join in a statewide drum-circle-inspired experience called Colorado Drums Forward.

    https://www.westword.com/music/colorado-dr...yZQ5NTmbC8w5k3cptTU
      Messages 36122-36121 deleted by author 04-30-2020 11:12 AM
    36120
    Kim Renner Busey
    04-29-2020
    02:17 PM MT(US)
    sorry forgot to post this earlier. Today is delivery in the Bar K, Ward and sky ranch from Busey Brews. Please order online or call 1-855-Ned-Brews before 4:30. Thanks so much for your support.

    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I snowmobiled to the top of the Continental divide!

    On Wed, Apr 29, 2020, 9:41 AM QT - JamieP <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    36119
    Pat JapengaPerson was signed in when posted
    04-29-2020
    11:42 AM MT(US)
    FYI: I submitted a road maintenance request to the county for the culvert by my house on overland drive. I bet they’d like to do a bunch at the same time so if they get multiple reports maybe they’ll get on it. https://www.bouldercounty.org/transportati...ad-service-request/
    36118
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    04-29-2020
    09:40 AM MT(US)
    Anyone looking to get rid of a twin sized mattress? jamieDOTpreiraATgmailDOTcom
      Messages 36117-36116 deleted by author between 04-30-2020 11:13 AM and 04-30-2020 11:19 AM
    36115
    Candice
    04-28-2020
    11:56 AM MT(US)
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    Edited 04-28-2020 11:56 AM
    36114
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-28-2020
    10:24 AM MT(US)
    Due to spam posts, the QT will soon require a password to view or post
    whether you are a QT subscriber or not.
    To receive password send an email to the address below with a short note requesting it.
    If you are a subscriber it is recommended you send the request using your current email address.

    Send email to:
    qtadmin@protonmail.com
    (please make a note of this address now)
    36113
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-28-2020
    10:17 AM MT(US)
    This is Sal and yes this is legitimate. If you would like to keep access to QT just send a simple mail to qtadmin@protonmail.com and you'll get a password when the password rule takes effect.
    Edited 04-28-2020 10:21 AM
    36112
    Deleted by topic administrator 04-28-2020 10:18 AM
    36111
    QT-AdminPerson was signed in when posted
    04-28-2020
    10:02 AM MT(US)
    Due to spam posts, the QT will soon require a password to view or post
    whether you are a QT subscriber or not.
    To receive password send an email to the address below with a short note requesting it.
    If you are a subscriber it is recommended you send the request using your current email address.

    Send email to:
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    (please make a note of this address now)
    36110
    Deleted by topic administrator 04-28-2020 10:09 AM
    36109
    DavidLPerson was signed in when posted
    04-28-2020
    09:39 AM MT(US)

    Red Flag warning for unincorporated Boulder County today due to gusty winds and low humidities, no open burning!
    36108
    Tim
    04-28-2020
    07:03 AM MT(US)
    There is a tie dye painted Honda CRV parked on the trail at the switchbacks heading down. Curious if anyone has reported this yet.
      Messages 36107-36103 deleted by author 04-28-2020 10:37 AM
    36102
    Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
    04-27-2020
    07:50 PM MT(US)
    FYI - Russell's puppy came home last night - safe and sound! Looks like we have some hackers for company. UGH.
    36101
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    04-27-2020
    07:48 PM MT(US)
    No problem, Tom! I really am loving doing this.

    And yep, The Merc takes care of me :-) thanks for checking.
    36100
    Deleted by topic administrator 04-28-2020 08:37 AM
    36099
    Tom
    04-27-2020
    07:17 PM MT(US)
    Thanks Jamie! By the way, I'm assuming the tips we leave when we order are split with you (?)
      Messages 36098-36094 deleted by author 04-28-2020 10:37 AM
    36093
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    04-27-2020
    10:24 AM MT(US)
    Just saw this alert and wanted to share.

    You can read more here:
    https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-ev...Qwn1ohlCgRnJhFuq-oY

    We wish to make you aware that the Colorado Air National Guard and the USDA Forest Service plan to train C130 and helicopter crews this week in the art of dropping large amounts of water on what could be future wild fires. The training runs will be up and down the mountain corridor and occur this entire week, April 27-May 1. Both C130s and helicopters, as you know, are noisy planes plus they will be flying low and close to the ground. We in Allenspark are not necessarily accustomed to what may be the level of noise when these training runs occur.

    The area in Allenspark potentially most affected is near Bunce School Road and the Rock Creek area. This site is located on the Boulder Ranger District on the Roosevelt National Forest in Boulder County. It is 1.4 miles south of Allenspark. It also sits west of the Bunce School road and east County road 107, approximately 1.5 miles west of Ironclad Climbing Area.
    36092
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    04-27-2020
    09:09 AM MT(US)
    A bit of a long shot:

    Does anyone have a filling repair kit that they might share? I managed to pull out a filling while flossing and ouch! I can pay for it or replace it within the next couple of days.

    Thank you,
    Julia
    0370 or juliasummers2 at gmail or post here
      Messages 36091-36090 deleted by author between 04-28-2020 10:37 AM and 04-26-2020 05:28 PM
    36089
    Erika
    04-26-2020
    01:18 PM MT(US)
    *Updating Contacts Below


    Free Food (Available now!) For Mountain Residents

    The Mountain Food Rescue Network has free fruit, eggs, some veggies, nuts, canned goods, frozen meat and fresh prepared food available for all Jamestown, Bar-k, Overland Rd. and upper Lefthand Canyon residents.

    We have been asked to encourage everyone to stock up and stay home.

    This effort is being organized by the Mountain Food Rescue network, a partner of Boulder Food Rescue. The food has been donated by the Nederland Food Pantry, the Ward Food Rescue, Lucky's, Whole Foods, and Ideal Market. Food has been carefully handled and stored following strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure your safety.

    If you are over 60 years old there are additional options including weekly fresh prepared meals from a program funded by Boulder County Aging Services called Mountain Peak Life and more for those in financial stress. There is also a funded volunteer network who will help with errands.

    How To Get Food and Help:

    Contact one of the following people and we will make sure food and other contacts and resources are sent your way.

    Amie Weinberg: 720.256.1283
    amiemollyweinberg@gmail.com

    Pam Leland
    zydecopam@gmail.com

    Jaye Brotherton
    Johnnyb655@hotmail.com
    720-257-3956

    Jovan Fish
    alxsfncy@gmail.com
    (303) 402-4829

    Erika Archer
    erika@glib.net

    How To Support:

    - Spread the word and reach out to those in need!

    - Volunteer: If you are not in a risk category and you want to support this volunteer network effort by helping to deliver food to your neighborhood or neighbors please call or email Amie. We follow a strict covid -19 safety protocol and will set you up with what you need to do that.

    - Donations: storage bins, gloves and cash for things like gas money for some of the drivers are things we could really use.


    Thanks! We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this and to support your friends and neighbors. The less we mountain folks go to Boulder, the better!

    Hope everyone is safe and having fun!
    36088
    Deleted by author 04-26-2020 01:14 PM
    36087
    Sally Hempy
    04-26-2020
    11:42 AM MT(US)
    On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 11:32 AM QT - Harry Hempy <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    36086
    Harry HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    04-26-2020
    11:31 AM MT(US)

    HUMMER!
    36085
    Diana G.
    04-26-2020
    11:09 AM MT(US)
    Jenn-Air Electric Downdraft Range Model # JES1750ES1 for sale. $900. Per previous owner it is only a few years old. These sell for about $3k new. We are selling because we are doing a total kitchen remodel and prefer gas over electric.
      Messages 36084-36080 deleted by author between 04-26-2020 05:28 PM and 04-28-2020 10:37 AM
    36079
    Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
    04-25-2020
    07:20 PM MT(US)
    Happy Birthday, Sally!

    Also, if you happen to see an Airedale "puppy" - she's kind of a big girl, like labrador retriever sized - trailing a 3 or 4 foot piece of leash, and she's lost. She might respond to "Ribbon, I see you!" or an empty milk jug - her favorite toy. Russell Kyte went to get her in New Mexico, came home and put her on a leash but she yanked it out of his hand and bolted last night. We've had search parties out in Jamestown - covered the Blue Jay Mine and surrounding area, Cemetery Road and the cemetery, 15th Street, up Balarat Road, CR 87J & Cal-Wood with no luck. If you do see her and can't capture her, at least please post here or on Peak To Peak Lost pets on Facebook, or call Russell at 30h3 four four seven two seven seven two. Of course, if you can get her to come to you, DEFINITELY call Russell!
    Edited 04-25-2020 07:21 PM
    36078
    Deleted by topic administrator 04-28-2020 08:37 AM
    36077
    LynwoodPerson was signed in when posted
    04-25-2020
    04:19 PM MT(US)
    I’d like to buy a small inexpensive four-wheeler. An elderly but willing Subaru Forester for example. An experienced Toyota RAV-4 ready for a few new experiences. A mature but not yet decrepit Honda HR-V. Or ? Function more important than cosmetics.
    lynwood@q.com
    36076
    Erika
    04-25-2020
    02:39 PM MT(US)
    Free Food For Mountain Residents

    The Mountain Food Rescue Network has free fruit, eggs, some veggies, nuts, canned goods, frozen meat and fresh prepared food available for all Jamestown, Bar-k, Overland Rd. and upper Lefthand Canyon residents.

    We have been asked to encourage everyone to stock up and stay home.

    This effort is being organized by the Mountain Food Rescue network, a partner of Boulder Food Rescue. The food has been donated by the Nederland Food Pantry, the Ward Food Rescue, Lucky's, Whole Foods, and Ideal Market. Food has been carefully handled and stored following strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure your safety.

    If you are over 60 years old there are additional options including weekly fresh prepared meals from a program funded by Boulder County Aging Services called Mountain Peak Life and more for those in financial stress. There is also a funded volunteer network who will help with errands.

    How To Get Food and Help:

    Contact one of the following people and we will make sure food and other contacts and resources are sent your way.

    Amie Weinberg: 720.256.1283
    amiemollyweinberg@gmail.com

    Erika Archer: erika@glib.net


    How To Support This:

    - Spread the word and reach out to those in need!

    - Volunteer: If you are not in a risk category and you want to support this volunteer network effort by helping to deliver food to your neighborhood or neighbors please call or email Amie. We follow a strict covid -19 safety protocol and will set you up with what you need to do that.

    - Donations: storage bins, gloves and cash for things like gas money for some of the drivers are things we could really use.


    Thanks!

    We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this and to support your friends and neighbors. The less we mountain folks go to Boulder, the better!

    Hope everyone is safe and having fun!
    36075
    Marcus Kyte
    04-25-2020
    02:21 PM MT(US)

    Lost dog - 7 month old Airedale Terrier (black and tan, about 50 lbs), last seen this morning, 9 AM in Jamestown up the hillside behind the firestation, but could have made her way any direction as she bolted in Elysian Park and was headed up to Blue Jay Mine last night.
    She was just picked up yesterday so does not yet know how to make it home- she does seem to be following roads and could still be dragging her leash.
    Her name is Ribbon and she reponds to "Ribbon, I see you!" - friendly with other dogs and likes people but a little bit skittish still.
    Please keep an eye out and call Marcus at (three oh three) - eight one seven- two two four two or Russell (three oh three)- four four seven - two seven seven two if you see her
    Thank you!
    36074
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    04-25-2020
    01:12 PM MT(US)
    Happiest of Birthdays Sally!
    36073
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    04-25-2020
    01:12 PM MT(US)
    Hey Sal!
    You may already be aware, but a puppy is missing in Jamestown and your drone service has been requested!
    36072
    Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    04-25-2020
    10:23 AM MT(US)
    Yuppers, 84 today and certainly one I will never forget! Thanks for thinking
    Of me😀
    36071
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    04-25-2020
    09:52 AM MT(US)

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY SALLY... We Love You !
      Messages 36070-36066 deleted by author 04-25-2020 11:29 AM
    36065
    Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
    04-23-2020
    04:27 PM MT(US)
    Jamestown School is undergoing a huge remodel this summer. If anyone in the community needs or wants tables, teacher desks, file cabinets, storage cabinets, shelving, couches, easels, student desks, student chairs, (Maybe for a grandchild???) Please contact me beth.brotherton@bvsd.org

    I posted photos on Jamestown QT
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