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    BAR-K Website http://www.bar-k-ranch.com
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    BAR-K Weather Station Online http://www.bar-k-ranch.com/weather.html
    BAR-K Weather Station Wunderground https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weat...hboard?ID=KCOBAR-K1
    (this link can be finicky)
    CAM Bar-K Webcam http://www.bar-k-ranch.com/webcam.html
     
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    32867
    Christine
    08-20-2018
    11:21 AM MT(US)
    Does anyone know if any of the propane providers will deliver a partial tank of propane? Have used Hygiene for 13 years but was told this morning they normally only do full fill ups. Their driver for Bar-K is on vaca this week so she is not able to ask him. My tank is at 10% (500 gal tank). Thanks.
    32866
    JAM for The ArtsPerson was signed in when posted
    08-20-2018
    10:47 AM MT(US)

    What a great Java JAM thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make it a success! Special thanks to Corey K., Sandy K., and John H. for making the sounds delicious, for hours of set-up, clean-up, and everything in between, as well as every musician who entertained us! Much appreciation to Kara E., Artie, and Elise W. for flawlessly operating the coffee & dessert booth all night long! Many thanks to Kathryn W. for organizing and running a great Summer Craft Fair and to all the artists and artisans who participated! Thank you Jaye B. for helping with every little thing and for the most awesome glass blowing demonstration and to Colleen S. for your beautiful handwriting! Tremendous gratitude to the JAM Board for participating and ensuring that we have the proper supplies and equipment needed! Kudos to the cleaner-uppers, David M. and John M. and anyone else who helped schlep everything back to its home in Town Hall after the event! Thank you also to Mayor Ken L. for displaying the beautiful photo collection of our Town Historian, Tom Maloney, which was purchased with a contribution from JAM long ago. Finally, JAM extends immense appreciation to every patron, musician, baker, and participator, especially those who stayed beyond the rain storm!

    JAM raised over $650, which will go back into the Town in some way! Special thanks to Hillary C. for lending your Ipad!

    Our next planned event will be a NEW YEAR'S EVE BASH, so save that date and THANKS for supporting JAM!
    32865
    Jim Kimble
    08-19-2018
    10:04 PM MT(US)

    ...and the free white one.
    32864
    Jim Kimble
    08-19-2018
    09:39 PM MT(US)

    the free bronze one...
    32863
    Jim Kimble
    08-19-2018
    09:36 PM MT(US)

    If you have rambunctious kids or dog, one of these free screen protectors might be just what you need. The bare aluminum one has screw holes 35-1/2" apart, the bronze one has multiple holes spanning 30-34", and the white one 28-34". The white one even comes with its own white screws! Woo-woo! These are not extra-heavy; they are guaranteed to elicit a good laugh from the bear or huge dog who walks through them, but they have stood up to a series of medium-sized dogs over the years. 459-3295.
    32862
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    08-19-2018
    09:17 PM MT(US)
    The light show was almost as good as the Broncos game! Too bad one bad play lost the game and too bad one bad storm ruined the Lyons Festival!
    32861
    Sally Hempy
    08-19-2018
    10:30 AM MT(US)
    On Sun, Aug 19, 2018 at 10:22 AM QT - Kim and Buzz <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    32860
    Kim and Buzz
    08-19-2018
    10:22 AM MT(US)
    Did anybody else watch the "light" show coming out of Lyons last night? It went on for 45 minutes...never saw so much lightning in my life!
    32859
    Rick Westmoreland
    08-19-2018
    09:24 AM MT(US)
    Sally, if it is still possible to add another to the list for septic pump out, please let me know. I thought I was good for another year, but just checked and I better not wait . My email is wemola1951atgmaildotcom or here in Bar-K, 0170. Thank you.
    32858
    Annual Meeting and Picnic
    08-19-2018
    07:14 AM MT(US)
    Next Sunday, August 26th!
    11:30 AM on the corner of Wapiti and Ranch Roads.
    The Association will have burgers, brats, and black bean patties; water and drinks; and of course, ice cream!
    All residents are invited! Questions? Margie 3.459.3328
    32857
    Lindzey Wills
    08-17-2018
    09:50 PM MT(US)
    Thank you so much! Super helpful :)
    32855
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    08-17-2018
    03:13 PM MT(US)
    For Lindzey: Hi, I'm your neighbor at 168 St. Vrain Trail. Andy Barth built your home and ours. He's a great fellow and fine contractor/architect/carpenter. His company is 5430 DesignBuild. You can reach him at 303-579-2460.
    32854
    JAM for The ArtsPerson was signed in when posted
    08-17-2018
    11:36 AM MT(US)
    SUPER IMPORTANT!!!

    Does anybody have an IPAD that JAM can borrow at Java JAM tomorrow? We would like to be able to accept credit cards and have everything set up, but we don't have an Ipad to use. We promise to be extremely careful and monitor it at all times!

    Please email jamforthearts@gmail.com or call (72o) 8o8-4815 if you can help and THANKS for considering!
    32853
    Pat Japenga
    08-17-2018
    11:36 AM MT(US)
    Needed: Exterior house painter for small, easy, but high job in Sky Ranch.

    My log house needs a coat of sealer. I'll do all the stuff I can reach, but I need somebody with good ladder skills to get the high parts. I estimate at most one day of work. Needs to be done before it gets too cold.

    The sealer is super easy to apply, just slosh it on with a brush, work it into the grain a little bit, and wipe up the drips. No need to tape windows or trim. It's water soluable and no nasty fumes to inhale.

    Call me for more information at 459-0857 or email pjapenga@boulder.net if you're interested.
    Thanks!
       Pat
    32852
    JAM for The ArtsPerson was signed in when posted
    08-17-2018
    11:36 AM MT(US)

    TOMORROW!!!

    JAM presents our annual Java JAM and Summer Craft Fair on Saturday, August 18th in JimTown Square! This outdoor coffee house features coffee and heavenly desserts, local artists, artisans, and crafters selling their amazing goods from 4-9 p.m., and live music by local musicians from 6-10 p.m. Admission is free but bring extra to eat, drink, and support The Arts!

    CRAFT FAIR CREATORS:

    Jaye Brotherton LIVE Glass-Blowing Demonstration
    Kathryn White: tights, pendants, wings
    Alexandra Schwan: Jewelry and leather goods
    Joy Boston: Pottery
    Steve Hull & Kyle Williams: art & metal
    Lynn Buland: Paper Crafts
    Chaz Carbone: pen and ink drawings/ stones
    Cody Russell: wood burned art
    Debbie Brown: Jewelry
    And more!

    MUSIC LINE-UP:

    6-6:15 = Erika, Dina, Elia
    6:30-7 = Michael Brotherton
    7:15-8 = Matty Graziano & Friends
    8:15-9 = DJ Chad Zygoat
    9:15-10 = Fists of the Proletariat: http://fistsoftheproletariat.com/

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Please email jamfortheartsATgmail.com if you can help or just show up!

    - commUNITY BAKERS unite! If you can donate a heavenly dessert, please bring it to the event at 5:30 p.m. with your dishes/utensils labeled for easy return!
    - AT THE EVENT: we need help with set-up, decorating, working at the coffee/pastry booth, and clean-up. The success and fun of our events relies on us ALL to make it happen together! THANK YOU for volunteering!

    Proceeds benefit Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians as we continue our goal of fostering The Arts for youth and adults, which ultimately benefits us all! Spread the word and bring your friends!
    32851
    John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
    08-17-2018
    11:22 AM MT(US)
    My 2 cents on Dogs in the Mountains. There is lots of Wildlife roaming the mountains after dark. My neighbors in JT know that when Lila, my GSD is going off at night, it is most likely a bear, a mountain lion, a fox, a raccoon, even a stray/loose dog/cat in the immediate area. She knows something is out there and she shares her concern. I appreciate the "early warning" from my Guardian of the Night. Dogs barking at the wind, i can do without :)
    Edited 08-17-2018 11:23 AM
    32850
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    08-17-2018
    10:30 AM MT(US)
    Anonymous neighbor...yes, it would be incredibly rude to leave dogs out to bark with total disregard for neighbors. Both of us were working away from home later than anticipated last night (8 PM) and yes, our dogs seem to bark when left outside after dark. They never did this in California so we can only hope they are just still adjusting and will learn to not be afraid of the dark! We sincerely apologize if their barking ruined your evening, of course that was not our intent! We, and our dogs, are still learning "the ways of the mountains". Our intent is to be the best of neighbors for a neighborhood full of the most amazingly warm and kind people we have ever met! Please help us do just that with your patience and understanding.
    32848
    Jason M
    08-16-2018
    10:06 PM MT(US)
    The Gould’s are new, and in my opinion reasonable, kind folks. They have proven quickly that they want to contribute to our community with positive attitudes and behaviors. What is RUDE on the QT is posting anonymously. What is RUDE in any neighborhood is passive-aggressive behavior like yours. So grow a pair and talk to Larry and Nancy like a grown-up.
    32847
    Gould’s
    08-16-2018
    07:38 PM MT(US)
    Really rude your dogs are left to bark all evening when you go out to enjoy your evening and ruin everyone else’s.
    Not the first time
    32846
    LynwoodPerson was signed in when posted
    08-16-2018
    02:48 PM MT(US)

    FOR SALE Suzuki GS-750 1979 Good condition Kerker pipe 25,000 miles $1500 303-442-7291
    Edited 08-16-2018 02:49 PM
    32845
    Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
    08-16-2018
    01:00 PM MT(US)

    Salmon Social Dinner with the Music of Arwen Ek - Friday, 8/24. Check out our new name: Mountain Peak Life! All ages adults welcome.
    32844
    Chris Huzau
    08-16-2018
    08:35 AM MT(US)
    Neighborhood Chimney Sweep. Owner's name is Leaf and he is in Ward. Used him many times he is very good and professional. 303-990-7255
    32843
    Lindzey Wills
    08-16-2018
    08:12 AM MT(US)
    Hey neighbors, I'm in the 82 Saint Vrain Trl house and I was wondering if anybody knows who built the home or how to get in touch with them. I have an idea for a project that would benefit from more information on that end. Thanks for any help in advance :)!
    32842
    Pete and Jackie DowPerson was signed in when posted
    08-16-2018
    06:52 AM MT(US)
    Thanks Pat ! Gave the info to our realtor.

    If anyone gets left out of whatever septic pumping deal is being set up,
    we'll be getting ours pumped out with Jake, AC sewer, when we finally sell the other house.
    Don't know exactly when that will be yet, but probably some time before winter if all goes well.
    I'm pretty sure he's the most reasonably priced septic pump out guy in the county.
    He even dug out the openings for no extra charge, when he pumped and inspected the septic at the other house last summer.
    32841
    Mora
    08-16-2018
    05:13 AM MT(US)
    Seriously....this is a good site.

    Feel free to visit my weblog
    Edited 08-16-2018 05:13 AM
    32840
    Jacy S.Person was signed in when posted
    08-15-2018
    10:49 PM MT(US)
    Peach lovers:
    Niwot Instrumental Music Department is selling delicious, organic peaches again this year! A 9lb flat costs $35 and an 18lb flat costs $65. Please visit niwotpeach.org to place your order! Also, feel free to contact me with any questions at stampe.jacy13@svvsd.org. As always, we deeply appreciate your support, so thanks in advance!
    -Jacy Stampes
    32839
    M0rrisk5Person was signed in when posted
    08-15-2018
    06:09 PM MT(US)
    Chimney Sweep - Any recommendations for someone who services the Ward area? Need a pro with insurance, etc. Thanks! matzi at pacbell dot net. <<<THANKS CHRIS FOR THE REFERRAL!!!>>>
    Edited 08-16-2018 06:18 PM
    32838
    Think Snow!
    08-15-2018
    05:39 PM MT(US)
    https://www.9news.com/article/weather/weat...out-it/73-584466884

    El Nino Year!
    32837
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    08-15-2018
    02:19 PM MT(US)

    Thursday's Merc pies this week:
    Strawberry Peach
    Blueberry Peach
    Chocolate Key Lime (gf)
    32836
    Pete and Jackie DowPerson was signed in when posted
    08-15-2018
    12:54 PM MT(US)
    Pete called from work, and is at a job site where they need an excavator for a smallish job, in Boulder.
    He thinks it's too small for Buddy maybe, so looking for contact info for Pat Brophy or Leon .
    I can't seem to find their phone numbers .
    Thanks if anyone knows contact info.!
    32835
    globalsnt1@aol.com
    08-15-2018
    09:52 AM MT(US)
    This is Deanna Crenshaw who values all info on this page and is missing Bar K and its people! If anyone knows and could recommend Day Care in Boulder or longmont i would appreciate the info. Our grandson
    32834
    Brett and Patti
    08-15-2018
    09:28 AM MT(US)
    the Imel Ranch needs our outhouse cleaned out if he would do that.
    My email is coachbrett101@yahoo.com
    32833
    Sally Hempy
    08-14-2018
    04:59 PM MT(US)
    I sent emails out to the 7 households privately, Mark, off the qt. Check my email...I am surmising this is Mark McDade...check the prices I negotiated. Thanked...
    32832
    Mark M.
    08-14-2018
    04:32 PM MT(US)
    We have three households interested in septic pumping and need a fourth. We've spoken with Suc-N-Up and he will come up for four houses at approximately $450 each. Please let me know if you are interested. (720) four seven 2 2 three fifty-one or post here.

    Thanks,

    Mark
    32831
    Anne KPerson was signed in when posted
    08-14-2018
    03:43 PM MT(US)
    I have 2 Single Day passes for Friday, Aug 17th at Folks Festival
    Lineup: Songwriter Showcase, FYs, Magic Music, Mary Gauthier, Las Cafeteras, Jeff Tweedy & Los Lobos!
    Asking $60 each ($10 ea off face value) If you're interested, call or text me at 459-0579
    32830
    Barb P
    08-14-2018
    11:59 AM MT(US)
    By chance did anyone pick up a fishing net at Rock Lake? I left it on the beachy area Saturday. Thanks if you found it. Please call 3205.
    32829
    Pat
    08-13-2018
    09:12 PM MT(US)
    Jackie. We were able to get insurance for our log house on Cody Trail with Foremost Insurance Services, Grand Rapids MI. Best number I have is 1-800-315-1122. Good luck.
    32828
    Fred
    08-13-2018
    06:13 PM MT(US)
    Extremely individual friendly website. Astounding information offered on couple of clicks on.

    my blog post: Bethany Powell
    32827
    Pete and Jackie DowPerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    05:50 PM MT(US)
    We are looking for a homeowner's insurance agent or company that insures log homes.
    We have a possible interested buyer for the log house on Jed Smith Rd.and they want to know it can be insured.
    The agent that we have for our house does not insure log homes,
    For some reason we think the current insurance agent we have for the log house , said they were only going to insure it until we sell it.
    We don't remember the agent's name that took over the policy when the one we had retired...
    Our mortgage company on that house does not even answer the phone, we tried to call and ask them...
    There seem to be a few log houses in the neighborhood,figuring they must have insurance somehow.
    32826
    Joe D
    08-13-2018
    05:01 PM MT(US)
    I used Sullivan Septic in Longmont a few years ago. Charged me $340 for a 1000 gal tank pump-out. Kevin was very helpful. He explained the rising costs were due to diesel fuel and that most local septic pumpers have to transport their collected waste all the way down to the Commerce City waste water treatment plant. It seems the City of Boulder waste water treatment facility doesn't want to spend the money to take septic system waste. If they did the pump-out costs would be much lower. Kevin does prefer to have other stops in the area to mitigate the overall cost of driving all the way up here.

    Sullivan Septic
    303-772-4019
    https://www.sullivanseptic.net/
    sullseptic@aol.com
    Edited 08-13-2018 05:09 PM
    32825
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    12:32 PM MT(US)

    If I remember correct when he first "appeared on the scene" with that gorgeous stainless steel tank truck of his it was like $250.00.
    There was no extra charge for the cowboy hat n boots....Alas the fleet has grown.
    32824
    Jason
    08-13-2018
    12:22 PM MT(US)
    Steve of Acme septic charged $395 in 2016. I dug our the caps.
    Edited 08-13-2018 12:22 PM
    32823
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    11:10 AM MT(US)
    Cal-Wood is hiring! Cal-Wood is a non-profit organization that provides youth with environmental education programs at our private 1,200 acre outdoor learning center. We also provide space for adult retreats. We are located 4 miles northwest of Jamestown. Applicants must pass background check and have reliable transportation. These jobs are posted on 08/13/2018. We prefer hire within our community but please help us spread the word if you know a great applicant.

    Kitchen Manager (full-time with benefits)
    The kitchen manager is responsible for planning meals, ordering food, food inventory, organizing the kitchen, hiring and scheduling staff and cooking dinners. Starting date: ASAP. Please attach your resume and cover letter. During the school year, our clients are elementary students and some adult weekend groups. During the summer, our clients are youth and adult groups. The normal size of these groups is from 40 to 100 people. Please contact Rafael at info@calwood.org or 303-449-0603 x 3 for questions or for more information.

    Maintenance Assistant
    The maintenance assistant works under the supervision of the maintenance manager who cares for Cal-Wood's buildings and grounds. Skills: Knowledge with working tools involved in repairs, having high attention to detail, being trustworthy, being able to work alone or with a team, having multitasking skills, and having problem-solving abilities. Qualifications: one year of experience working in similar jobs. 15 to 25 hrs per week with flexible hours. Start date: ASAP. Pay: $13.50/hr. Please contact Alberto at maintenance@calwood.org or 303-449-0603 x 112.

    Prep Cook/ Dishwasher
    Duties: Dish washing, clean-up, some food prep, and assisting the cooks. Morning and evening shifts available (weekdays and weekends). Morning: 6:30AM-1PM, Evening: 2:00PM-8PM. Qualifications: desire to work in kitchen; will train. Pay starts at $11.00 per hour. Start ASAP. Please contact John at johnthecook@calwood.org or 303-449-0603 x 8

    Thanks everyone!
    32822
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    10:05 AM MT(US)
    Sally,

    Can you please keep me in the loop about the septic pumping?

    Juliasummers 2 at gmail

    Thanks!
    32821
    Mark M.
    08-13-2018
    09:57 AM MT(US)
    So, I just talked to Suc-N-Up out of Meade and they also charge $450-$475. He will come up if we get 3 or 4 people.

    -mm
    32820
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    09:50 AM MT(US)
    Are you missing a denim jacket? I have it, from Saturday night at the Merc. karendevincenzoATgmail.com 459-3359 Let me know.
    32819
    JAM for The ArtsPerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    08:28 AM MT(US)

    Java JAM is THIS Saturday, August 18th in JamesTown Square (Little Park) featuring our Summer Craft Fair from 4-9 p.m. and Live Music under the stars from 6-10 p.m. with coffee and heavenly desserts! Free for all ages, but bring extra to indulge in the glory of our local bakers, artists, artisans, and crafters.

    Our events are always so epic because everyone pitches in! VOLUNTEERS are still needed for the following...

    - BAKERS!!! We need heavenly desserts!
    - 4 or 5 volunteers needed for COFFEE - including a couple to MAKE the coffee in Town Hall, a runner to bring it to the booth, and a couple to work at the booth.
    - 2 or 3 volunteers needed for the DESSERT booth.
    - About 6 people to help SET-UP on Saturday around 2 p.m. including tables, canopies, decorations and fairy lights.
    - A crew to help CLEAN UP after 10 p.m. putting everything back into Town Hall.

    Please contact jamforthearts@gmail.com or (72o) 8o8-4815 if you can help and THANKS for considering!
    32818
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    07:16 AM MT(US)

    Get the price clear and up front.
    Feel like we got ripped off by ACME last time.
    Charged us $ 450.00 for about a 1/2 hr of work. and I dug up the tank lid and covered it back up.
    Don't think we'll ever call them back..
    Suc-N-Up Steve was much more reasonable a few years back but
    must have gotten tired of the drive cause I haven't seen his truck in a long while.
    P.S.
    That $450.00 price did not include pumping the secondary tank either-
    something that Suc-N-Up did do and charged a lot less for overall.
    32817
    Pete and Jackie DowPerson was signed in when posted
    08-13-2018
    06:57 AM MT(US)
     Sally, Jake Fitzgerald, AC sewer services 303-776-0062, from Longmont,
     is who we used last year, when we needed a septic pump out and inspection.

    He charged less than everyone else we contacted, and was up here in a day or so.
    We still owe him for that, as soon as we sell that house on Jed Smith Rd.
    hopefully soon! so we can pay him for last year, and have him pump the septic tank at our house.
    It's time, but we don't have the funds to do it yet.

    I highly recommend Jake ,AC sewer services ,for septic pumping, and you don't even need to have more than one pump out scheduled,as far as I know.
    32816
    Stan
    08-12-2018
    04:11 PM MT(US)
    sturski at outlook.com
    32815
    Sally Hempy
    08-12-2018
    04:00 PM MT(US)
    Stan & Deb, U would make 4. No date set yet. Am checking W ACME out of Ward. I am a bit worn out with the Steve’s (there are 2 Steves) whining with the distance up here! Send me your home email so I can keep U in the loop and not bore folks on the qt!
    32814
    Stan
    08-12-2018
    03:50 PM MT(US)
    The Turski's next door need to do that, as well,though we will be out of town on the 31st. Happy to leave a check and mark the tank, it's not much of a spectator sport.
    32813
    Carl
    08-12-2018
    07:50 AM MT(US)
    Sally, we are due as well. I like suc-n-up, so you would just need one more to get them up here. Have you tried their fine "Turdinator" product? It's really effective.
    Edited 08-12-2018 07:50 AM
    32812
    Geri
    08-11-2018
    11:16 PM MT(US)
    Basically desired to express I'm thrilled that i came in your website!


    Here is my web site
    Edited 08-11-2018 11:16 PM
    32811
    Barb P
    08-11-2018
    09:53 PM MT(US)
    Sally, we also would recommend Steve with Acme. Have used him for years and he’s great.
    32810
    Jason
    08-11-2018
    07:04 PM MT(US)
    Sally,
    We have used Steve in the past when Suc n Up wanted us to get others to join the trip. He’s out of Ward. “Acme Septic.” ‭3 459 - 1 1 o 6.
    32809
    Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    08-11-2018
    03:33 PM MT(US)
    Septic Clean out time for Hempy's. Just called Steve @ Suc N Up and he said too expensive for just one job! So I'm hoping 2 others are in need this year. For me, 8/31 would be great but any other date that fits another, I would take! r.s.v.p. here so others can see or call me @0172. thanks much!
    32808
    Johnnie
    08-11-2018
    02:40 PM MT(US)
    Simply just want to emphasize Now i am grateful I came on your internet page!


    My webpage: Rental Tenancy Cleaning
    32807
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    08-11-2018
    12:35 PM MT(US)

    Salsa Saturday pies at the Merc (tonight!): Raspberry/Peach and Crumble-Top Strawberry Berry (gf)
    32806
    KaraEdinPerson was signed in when posted
    08-11-2018
    11:11 AM MT(US)
    Java Jam is almost here - Saturday August 18th. You're probably looking forward to a good cup of coffee to go with the music. You are probably looking forward to having a YUMMY baked good while drinking that coffee. WE NEED BAKERS :)
    I'm making banana muffins with chocolate chips and pecans, WHAT ARE YOU BAKING?
    Think of a YUMMY baked good to make and please get in touch with me and let me know what you're baking!
    karaedin@gmail.com
    32805
    Angie at Cal-WoodPerson was signed in when posted
    08-10-2018
    02:22 PM MT(US)
    lockers have been claimed--thanks all! Angie
    32804
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    08-10-2018
    02:16 PM MT(US)
    Thank you to everyone who offered to help Cal-Wood in a pinch! We have situated our housing dilemma and appreciate you all so much :)
    32803
    Angie at Cal-WoodPerson was signed in when posted
    08-10-2018
    01:07 PM MT(US)

    Free lockers--pick up at Cal-Wood. Can take as many as you would like.
    12"wide, 66" tall, 18" deep
    Let me know if you are interested. angie@calwood.org
    32802
    Marguerite
    08-10-2018
    03:45 AM MT(US)
    I appreciate checking your website. Cheers!

    My website - Los Angeles cornea cross linking specialist
    Edited 08-10-2018 03:45 AM
    32801
    Christine
    08-09-2018
    07:30 PM MT(US)
    Sorry folks that msg went out b4 I was finished (and b4 proofreading). The egg cartons are new, never used; also have feeder and waterer and other misc poultry related utems. If interested, please give me a call at 303-521-0709. Thanks
    32800
    Christine
    08-09-2018
    07:24 PM MT(US)
    I am cleaning up my property in preparation for placing it for sale. Will probably be having a yard sale soon, most likely on a Friday later in August. Right now I wanted to post that I have some never b4 egg cartos and sone other poultry items
    32799
    Helaine
    08-09-2018
    04:56 PM MT(US)
    This piece of writing gives clear idea for the new people of blogging, that really how to do blogging and site-building.


    Feel free to surf to my web site ... cute things to say to get your ex back
    Edited 08-09-2018 04:56 PM
    32798
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    08-08-2018
    09:13 PM MT(US)

    Anatomy of an unbaked pie. Blueberry Peach at the Merc Thursday this week, along with (gf) Cheesecake.
    32797
    Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
    08-08-2018
    04:14 PM MT(US)
    Long shot dept - anybody looking to get rid of some living room furniture (in good condition)? A friend is in need, so I said I'd ask. You can reach me at 3/44 0 87 83 or here.
    32795
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    08-08-2018
    10:50 AM MT(US)
    Hi neighbors! Cal-Wood is in a bit of a tight spot. We need to do some unexpected work on the Mesa Street house which means we're short a room for one of our amazing instructors. We have a new instructor arriving as early as next week and we need to find a room for him to rent ASAP. We are hoping for the Mesa Street room to be ready in a month, but would love to plan to find him a place to rent for 2 months. Cal-Wood will be responsible for paying rent. The instructor is 32, responsible, and I've personally done reference checks on him. He has an older doggy that he will be bringing with him. If you are able to help us out, could you please give me a call 3o3-449-o6o3 ext 1 or programsATcalwoodDOTorg? Thanks everyone!
    32792
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-07-2018
    01:08 PM MT(US)
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY DORY !
    32791
    Jim Kimble
    08-06-2018
    10:23 AM MT(US)
    We are looking for a cat-sitter for our two, a daily visit to our place bordering the Bar-K, Saturday, Sept. 1 through Monday, Sept 10. We checked with Laura Williams and she is only available for part of that time. Our area code 303 number is 459-3295.
    32790
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-05-2018
    08:36 AM MT(US)

    Jamestown July 4 2018 "The Wyatts" Enjoy....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pt4S8XqlZQ&feature=youtu.be
    32789
    Marty Leopold
    08-04-2018
    08:57 PM MT(US)
    The next regular meeting of the Bar-K Association Board of Directors is this coming Monday, 8/6/18, 6:30 PM at 119 Jed Smith Road.
    All members are welcome.
    32788
    Marty
    08-04-2018
    08:53 PM MT(US)
    Marty Leopold
    32786
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    08-04-2018
    10:37 AM MT(US)
    Chickens in need of a new home! The 7 beautiful laying hens at the Nederland dump station need a new home before winter sets in. I spoke with the woman who runs the station yesterday and she wants $1 total for them! They lay eggs regularly. Please go see her if you are interested in them.
    32785
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    08-03-2018
    06:29 PM MT(US)
    Pies at the Merc tonight: Key Lime and Triple Berry (both gluten-free)
    32783
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-03-2018
    05:47 PM MT(US)
    Is anybody heading to Jamestown any time soon who could make a delivery for me? karendevincenzoATgmail.com 459-3359
    Thanks!
    32782
    JAM for The ArtsPerson was signed in when posted
    08-03-2018
    11:37 AM MT(US)

    JAM presents our annual Java JAM and Summer Craft Fair on Saturday, August 18th in JimTown Square! This outdoor coffee house features coffee and heavenly desserts, local artists, artisans, and crafters selling their amazing goods from 4-9 p.m., and live music by local musicians from 6-10 p.m. Admission is free but bring extra to eat, drink, and support The Arts!

    CRAFT FAIR CREATORS:

    Jaye Brotherton LIVE Glass-Blowing Demonstration
    Kathryn White: tights, pendants, wings
    Alexandra Schwan: Jewelry and leather goods
    Joy Boston: Pottery
    Steve Hull & Kyle Williams: art & metal
    Lynn Buland: Paper Crafts
    Chaz Carbone: pen and ink drawings/ stones
    Cody Russell: wood burned art
    Debbie Brown: Jewelry

    MUSIC LINE-UP:

    6-6:15 = Erika, Dina, Elia
    6:30-7 = Michael Brotherton
    7:15-8 = Matty Graziano & Friends
    8:15-9 = DJ Chad Zygoat
    9:15-10 = Fists of the Proletariat: http://fistsoftheproletariat.com/

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Please reply to this email if you can help or just show up!

    - commUNITY BAKERS unite! If you can donate a heavenly dessert, please bring it to the event at 5:30 p.m. with your dishes/utensils labeled for easy return!
    - There are still tables available for artists and crafters! Contact us asap to be included!
    - AT THE EVENT: we need help with set-up, decorating, working at the coffee/pastry booth, and clean-up. The success and fun of our events relies on us ALL to make it happen together! THANK YOU for volunteering!

    Proceeds benefit Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians as we continue our goal of fostering The Arts for youth and adults, which ultimately benefits us all! Spread the word and bring your friends!
    Edited 08-03-2018 08:47 PM
    32781
    Kirk Watkins
    08-03-2018
    11:14 AM MT(US)

    Found this in the community garden yesterday...
    32779
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-02-2018
    05:38 PM MT(US)

    Thanks Barb
    In Crust We Trust.... and the Merc got a mention Rainbow.

    Boulder Weekly
    http://www.boulderweekly.com/cuisine/in-crust-we-trust/
    32778
    Barb P
    08-02-2018
    04:37 PM MT(US)
    Hey Karen, nice mention in the Weekly! You go, Pie Lady - Congrats!
    :)
    32775
    Joe Ryan
    08-01-2018
    10:11 PM MT(US)

    A couple of turkey vultures flying around Rock Lake a couple of days ago -- here's one flying overhead.
    And yesterday afternoon, got to see an osprey try to scare away a heron and then dive down for a fish with Sal, Denise, and Jack. It's the Rock Lake Nature Preserve!
    32774
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    08-01-2018
    10:02 PM MT(US)

    Merc pies Thursday this week: Blueberry/Peach, and Raspberry/Rhubarb
    32773
    Dan
    08-01-2018
    05:29 PM MT(US)
    Anyone know where the smoke is blowing in from
    32771
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-01-2018
    03:27 PM MT(US)

    One more for now...
    32770
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-01-2018
    03:20 PM MT(US)
    This explains the "Sextortion Scam" .... getting tired of reading this crap...

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewste...inals/#1fba89e9df16
    32769
    Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
    08-01-2018
    03:12 PM MT(US)
    Hello everyone! Java Jam is coming in hot! Just a few weeks until August 18th. If you are interested in having an artist booth still please let me know. You can DM me or email me kathryn.white73@gmail.com! Thank you!
    32767
    Don K
    08-01-2018
    11:55 AM MT(US)
    I forgot to mention my phone number, 0312
    32766
    Don K
    08-01-2018
    11:39 AM MT(US)
    Oh, and great moose pics, Sal! I was at the lake this morning, but alas, no moose at that time.
    32765
    Tim Dutton
    08-01-2018
    11:38 AM MT(US)
    Great pics Sal!
    32764
    Don K
    08-01-2018
    11:38 AM MT(US)
    Shot in the dark dept. Does anyone happen to have a four gang electrical box they can spare? It was one neglected part in some electrical work we're having done today.
    32763
    Patti OPerson was signed in when posted
    08-01-2018
    11:36 AM MT(US)
    What a great pic of bull shaking water off!!
    32762
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-01-2018
    11:21 AM MT(US)

    Rub-a-dub-a-dub Three bulls in a tub.
    32761
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    08-01-2018
    11:20 AM MT(US)

    Woke up this morning with the thought... "need some moose pics"
    Drove around the neighborhood just about to give up and spotted 2 bulls crossing the road.
    Just as quick as they appeared they were gone back into the forest.
    An hour or so later, a dog walk to Rock Lake and these guys were waiting there for us !
    Thanks to the animal God's for the gift x 3 !
    https://sdvphoto.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/saldevincenzophotography/
    32758
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    07-31-2018
    04:22 PM MT(US)
    Thanks Carl and Sally!
    32757
    Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    07-31-2018
    10:25 AM MT(US)
    I used Andrew Casey for years, but not satisfied the last time. I am scheduled with Tyler Stokes,303-594-3634 Sept. 6th @ 9. Tyler@yourabluent.com. (I wait until the feeders are down.)
    32756
    Carl
    07-31-2018
    10:00 AM MT(US)
    Will, try Casey's Window Cleaning. acasey99 at gmail.
    32755
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    07-31-2018
    09:49 AM MT(US)
    Who is a good window washer up here? Thanks.
    32747
    Wendy I
    07-29-2018
    09:19 AM MT(US)
    I know there are a lot of talented neighbors here, and people who know people. I'm wondering if anyone has expertise in repair of electric woodsplitter. leaking oil and not retracting. Might be toast, but thought I would reach out. Thanks. 7two0-4nine0-5998. Thanks~
    32745
    Rose
    07-28-2018
    03:17 PM MT(US)
    Hi!
    If anyone is going to Boulder between around 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. tomorrow and could give me a ride I would be really grateful, I can pitch in gas money. My email is roseanasummers at gmail and my number is 303 459 0370.


    -Rose
    32738
    Buzz Busey
    07-27-2018
    01:47 PM MT(US)
    Yes! Thanks Carl, we signed up this morning.

    Buzz & Kim

    Of all the things I have ever lost, I miss my mind the most.



    On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 1:30 PM QT - Jim Webster <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    32736
    Jim WebsterPerson was signed in when posted
    07-27-2018
    01:30 PM MT(US)
    Free Wildfire Mitigation Services Exclusively for Bark-K Residents and Neighbors

    Please thank Carl Armon or helping bring this event to Bar-K. The 1,000 hours of free Mile Youth Corps services would have gone to a different community if Carl had not stepped up and helped out. It is a great example how leadeship and commitment from one individual can produce significant benefits for an entire community.
    32735
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    07-27-2018
    11:25 AM MT(US)

    If you missed out on pie at the Merc last night, come back tonight!
    Chocolate Key Lime (GF)
    Triple Berry
    Sour Cherry/Apricot
    Come have pizza and a slice of pie!
    32733
    Annual Meeting and Picnic
    07-26-2018
    06:42 PM MT(US)
    The Bar-K Association will be having the Annual Meeting and Picnic on:
    Sunday, August 26 @ 11:30 AM at the picnic area located on the corner of Ranch Rd and Wapiti.
    Everyone living in the Bar-K Ranch neighborhood is invited to attend.
    Please bring a side dish to share and the Association will provide non-alco drinks, grillables, utensils and ice cream.
    Thanks!
    www.bar-kassociation.org
    32731
    Don and Tammy Grant
    07-26-2018
    11:23 AM MT(US)
    We will be selling our lot at 312 Ridge Road for $52,500 OBO. Interested parties please contact us at 520-271-0494.
    32729
    Jim WebsterPerson was signed in when posted
    07-26-2018
    09:18 AM MT(US)
    Free Wildfire Mitigation Services Exclusively for Bark-K Residents and Neighbors

    Wildfire Partners, Mile High Youth Corps and Lefthand Fire Protection District are joining forces to provide wildfire mitigation services to the Bar K Ranch Community and its neighbors as part of our 2018 September Mitigation Initiative!

    Wildfire mitigation requires a great deal of work. Do you have tall grasses that need to be trimmed, items under your deck that need to be removed, or a non-combustible rock surface that needs to be installed around your house and accessory structures? What about trees, junipers and other vegetation that needs to be removed? If you are new to mitigation, you may have many hours of work to complete. If you have been mitigating for years, you still have important ongoing maintenance to perform.

    If you would like assistance with your mitigation, we are offering help.

    When: September 17- October 4, 2018

    Cost: Mile High Youth Corps mitigation services are free. However, they do not remove trees close to houses. Lefthand FPD Mitigation Crew will remove these trees. For Lefthand FPD tree removal services, the homeowner will pay 50% and Wildfire Partners will pay 50% as long as the homeowner has not received any financial assistance from the program in the past. Homeowners who have received past assistance will pay 100% of Lefthand’s costs.

    Crews: Mile High Youth Corps has 7-9 person chainsaw or mitigation crews; Lefthand FPD has a crew of two ($90/hour for labor plus equipment charges)

    Deadline: September 1, 2018 for completing your Wildfire Partners Assessment and signing up for Mile High Youth Corps mitigation services

    Who: 12-24 new AND CURRENT Wildfire Partner homeowners in Bar K Ranch or neighbors in the immediate vicinity

    Priorities: Our first task will be to sign up enough homeowners to fill all of Mile High Youth Corps available time. If we do not receive enough interest in Bar K, we will find work to fill the remainder of Mile High’s time in another community. If the demand within Bar K for Mile High’s services is high, we will prioritize homes based on site visits before the work begins.

    Sign Up: To sign up for the 2018 September Initiative for Bar K Ranch and the free Mile High Youth Corps mitigation services, please email Jim Webster at jbwebster@bouldercounty.org.
     
    To participate in Wildfire Partners, you must apply at www.WildfirePartners.org. We are offering free assessments through September 1, 2018.

    Wildfire Partners

    There are currently 22 Wildfire Partners in Bar K and the immediate vicinity. Our goal is to sign up 10 new participants as part of our 2018 September Initiative and eventually have all residents participate in the program. It is essential to note that mitigating your home not only reduces your wildfire risk—it can reduce the wildfire risk of your neighbors and the entire community.

    We are asking for your help to recruit homes and properties that are in need of mitigation. This is a fantastic opportunity to significantly reduce risk for not just a couple of homeowners, but for the entire community.

    To learn more about Wildfire Partners visit our website and watch our five videos at: www.WildfirePartners.org.

    Wildfire Partners assists all Boulder County mountain and foothills homeowners—whether you own a new home or an older home, whether or not you have performed mitigation in the past, and whether or not you have had difficulty obtaining insurance or selling your home. Since 2014, more than 1,600 participating homeowners and 40 partner organizations have helped make this program a nationally recognized model for empowering homeowners and creating more resilient communities.

    Mile High Youth Corps

    The Land Conservation Program at Mile High Youth Corps is inspired from the tradition of the 1930’s Civilian Conservation Corps. The program provides opportunities for young adults ages 18-24 to participate in a variety of crew-based environmental rehabilitation and habitat restoration projects. Corps members have the opportunity to earn certifications, including an S212 chainsaw equivalency certificate, as well as gaining valuable hands-on skills for a career in Natural Resources. Each crew serves for 10 to 12 weeks on a variety of projects, including fire and flood mitigation.

    Mile High Youth Corps Mitigation Services

    • creating non-combustible zones around structures
    • installing rock and gravel (homeowners need to provide rock/gravel and weed barrier and have all the material on site prior to the arrival of the youth corps)
    • cleaning out under decks
    • weed whacking tall grasses
    • raking pine needles
    • forestry and chainsaw work
    • removing trees and shrubs
    • low limbing and trimming trees
    • removal of surface fuels
    • moving firewood piles
    • removing duff around high value trees
    • removing combustible mulch near structures
    • chipping
    32725
    Deb T
    07-25-2018
    07:54 AM MT(US)
    I'm looking for a housekeeper. Once a week. please call 303-459-0345 Thanks
    32714
    Jason
    07-23-2018
    10:06 AM MT(US)
    News Flash:
    Christopher Lawyer probation hearing just resulted in return to prison to finish his life sentence.
    32713
    LynwoodPerson was signed in when posted
    07-23-2018
    09:26 AM MT(US)
    I'm going to get some water delivered in the next few days but I don't need the whole 2000 gallons. Any body else need some?

    Lynwood

    lynwood@q.com
    32709
    Melissa
    07-21-2018
    04:21 PM MT(US)
    There will be two Bar K-ers playing with the Family Dog String Band tonight at the Merc. In case you get a wild hare, Dave Pullins (mandolin) and I (fiddle) will be playing some tunes from 8-10 tonight. I heard the pork dinner is going to be fantastic, and Karen D's pies are always top notch!
    32708
    Robert Schaller
    07-21-2018
    10:17 AM MT(US)
    Looking for climbing partners who would like to do some mostly trad climbing in the St. Vrain and elsewhere, 5.6ish - 5.9ish. Let me know! r0bert at 0not0smed1a dott c0m, and -1016
    32707
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    07-21-2018
    09:39 AM MT(US)
    Thank you Bar K neighbors for your support regarding my concern with construction workers and their smoking. My post was meant to express my observation and concern and nothing more. Considering we all have chosen to live in this amazingly beautiful, yet somewhat dangerous area, we should all look out for one another by being diligent and respectful of our environment (and one another), whether it be properly putting out our trash to keep the bears away, or not throwing cigarette butts in the weeds, or not personally judging someone you have not even met. Personally I enjoy driving down James Canyon rather than the alternative routes because I like watching the amazing progress these hard working construction crews are achieving. I enjoy being stopped so I can roll down my windows and bask in the fresh air and sound of the river. I am retired so my time is my own and giving up 8 minutes at a flag stop is trivial in the grand scheme of things, which if you look beyond the 8 minutes at the flag stop, one will realize that soon we will have a wonderful new road build just for us! And please, be respectful of each other and our environment and we will all live happily and safely in these beautiful Rocky Mountains.
    Nancy G.
    32706
    Julia
    07-21-2018
    07:50 AM MT(US)
    No new fires nearby for us lucky folks. A little rain would be lovely though. Happy Saturday kind neighbors!
    32705
    Julia & Rose
    07-21-2018
    07:37 AM MT(US)
    Anyone know where the smoke is coming from this morning? I know that there are fires everywhere but that golden light, the smell of smoke and small planes overhead is a bit scary...
    32704
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    07-20-2018
    05:39 PM MT(US)
    Thanks Laura. That sounds like a good idea.
    32703
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    07-20-2018
    05:36 PM MT(US)
    The construction has been going on a while especially for those of us here since the flood, but I am grateful that we will soon have a new road and bridges that might make it through our next flood.

    Kim, I had the same concern about the fire danger but the ban allows smoking “in an area that is cleared of all combustible material.” Mostly the workers are standing on dirt or now, pavement, so it’s legal.

    Allison, that sounds a bit harsh to me. I think that most folks are like me and smile and wave at our hardworking road crew and that the friendliness has been reciprocated. Having lived through five decades of Boulder County wildfires, I understand the concerns about fire danger (and other dangers.)

    Once recently, a flagger spaced out and sent my student driver straight toward an oncoming car. Thankfully, said driver had the sense to disregard the flagged and pull over safely. The flagger was kind and apologetic. After the flood, a worker with a wife and children was killed by a backing construction truck. This time, so far, everyone has been safe, drivers and workers. I am grateful for that and look forward to our smooth new road.
    32702
    Laura Williams
    07-20-2018
    05:36 PM MT(US)
    Sorry! That last post was meant to be from ME, not JAM!

    I appreciate the proactive post from Allison and offer this suggestion: Altoid tins (and other small tins like it) make great portable, covered ash trays that fit inside of pockets easily. Perhaps we can collect some and hand them out when we're passing by?

    It's true that this should not be tolerated and I would have approached them in the moment, as well as informed Andrew Barth and the company doing the work.
    32700
    Kim Renner Busey
    07-20-2018
    05:13 PM MT(US)
    I personally think we have been very patient with the months of
    construction.

    We are in a Level 2 fire ban and it is illegal to smoke outside a building or vehicle at this level.

    I do not find it "sniveling" to require the workers to follow the law which are the same restrictions we have to follow.

    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I rode a camel and watched the sunset in the Sahara Desert!
    On Fri, Jul 20, 2018, 4:55 PM QT - Allison <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    32699
    Allison
    07-20-2018
    04:55 PM MT(US)
    Nancy G - sounds like you are upset with: 1) the amount of time you spent waiting in line, 2) potential adverse affects of smoking on the lungs of KTI employees, 3) potential for a butt to start a fire (legit), and 4) disrespecting mother earth (legit). I can assure you that those items were probably not on the minds of the flaggers who have been working their tails off for the past few months trying to get our road completed. Show a little grace, patience, and leadership by thanking the workers for a job well done, and offering to collect their butts in a fire-proof receptacle. They're going to leave this job thinking people who live up here are a bunch of snivelers.
    32698
    Bar K tower petition
    07-20-2018
    01:31 PM MT(US)
    Not just stupid, also illegal:

    www.mydenverduilawyer.com/2012/07/03/keep-your-butts-in-the-ash-tray-the-criminal-penalties-associated-with-using-the-road-for-cigarette-disposal/
    32697
    NancyR
    07-20-2018
    12:24 PM MT(US)
    I've forwarded your message to Andrew Barth, the county guy in charge of the project.
    32696
    Kim Renner Busey
    07-20-2018
    12:08 PM MT(US)
    Nancy,
    Absolutely call Kelly. Unacceptable!!!!!

    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I rode a camel and watched the sunset in the Sahara Desert!
    On Fri, Jul 20, 2018, 10:28 AM QT - Courtney Jaroch <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    32695
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    07-20-2018
    11:48 AM MT(US)
    Yesterday while stopped for 8 minutes for the construction just below Jamestown, I was shocked to witness (I was car #! in line) 3 flaggers who smoked 7 cigarettes in 8 minutes then proceeded to fling the still burning butts onto the side of the road! I almost said something, and later wish I had because they showed a total lack of respect not only for our earth but for our high wildfire danger area....which they are working in daily!!
    I am thinking of calling Kelley Construction and complaining...
    32693
    Claire
    07-19-2018
    04:10 PM MT(US)
    Holly, can you call me 459-9045 about puppy play date?
    32692
    Jason
    07-19-2018
    11:19 AM MT(US)
    Sexually violent predator Christopher Lawyer parole hearing is at 8:30am on 7/23. The public will meet in a conference room at 8800 Sheridan BLVd in Westminster and can listen in on the hearing via speaker phone. We can’t speak at it but the DA’s office will speak on behalf of the community. If paroled he could reside locally again.
    32691
    Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
    07-19-2018
    08:16 AM MT(US)

    All ages - family community breakfast! Saturday, 7/28, 8am-11am, Nederland Community Center. Proceeds support Nederland Area Seniors. Everyone welcome - no reservations required, just stop by!
    32690
    Tim Dutton
    07-18-2018
    10:06 PM MT(US)
    I can say I’m a lot better neighbor than that guy would have been.
    32689
    PiesPerson was signed in when posted
    07-18-2018
    10:04 PM MT(US)

    Thursday's Merc pies:
    -Apricot/Sour Cherry
    -Key Lime (with gf Graham Crust)
    32688
    Jason
    07-18-2018
    03:08 PM MT(US)
    Regarding the Daily Camera article: Lawyer’s parole hearing is this Monday in Boulder if anyone wants to speak. I don’t know where or what time, but I will post when I find out. His mother is believed to now reside between Lyons and Estes Park.
    32687
    JAM for The ArtsPerson was signed in when posted
    07-18-2018
    11:03 AM MT(US)

    JAM NEEDS MORE SOUND PEOPLE!!!

    We are offering a free SOUND WORKSHOP for anyone interested in joining on Saturday, August 4th from 10-3 p.m. at JamesTown Hall.

    Learn how to set up, operate with a rehearsing band, and clean up our entire sound system PLUS practice with a mentor during Java JAM! If you can join this special workshop, please RSVP by email to jamforthearts@gmail.com. Also, PLEASE SHARE with others who might be interested in and out of the Jamestown area!

    We plan to host other workshops of this sort in the future and hope to get a great team on board to keep all of our events going and even enhance them!
    32686
    Lynne .
    07-18-2018
    10:37 AM MT(US)
    http://www.dailycamera.com/news/boulder/ci...orado-after-alleged
    32685
    Kyle
    07-18-2018
    08:01 AM MT(US)
    Speed trap van at the bottom of lee hill today. Just a heads up.
    32684
    JAM for The ArtsPerson was signed in when posted
    07-17-2018
    11:34 AM MT(US)

    JAM NEWS!

    Due to low attendance and lack of interest, our weekly JAM PICK-nics will be canceled for the rest of this summer. JAM encourages you all to PICK-nic on your own in our beautiful parks!

    JAM will now focus our energies toward our next annual event that is definitely happening! Mark your calendars for...

    JAVA JAM and Summer Craft Fair on Saturday, August 18th in Town Square (Jamestown's Little Park) featuring goods for sale by local artists, artisans, and crafters from 4-8 p.m. and Live Music with heavenly desserts and coffee from 6-10 p.m.

    MUSICIANS! Please contact jamforthearts@gmail.com or (72o) 8o8-4815 for a 30-45 minute set!

    CRAFTERS, ARTISTS, and ARTISANS are welcome to sell goods and keep your profits for the small fee of a table space. Please contact Kathryn White at jamforthearts@gmail.com

    commUNITY BAKERS! Help us celebrate the art of baking by donating a heavenly dessert or baked good to our event! Please contact Kara Edin at jamforthearts@gmail.com

    All proceeds from this event benefit JAM (Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians), which ultimately benefits us all by supporting our Town and furthering The Arts for everyone!
    32683
    Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
    07-16-2018
    07:30 PM MT(US)
    Hello all I have finally gone through the Fourth of July raffle winners that remain to pick up their winnings! Thank you again for your patience and your participation and to all who helped run the event! It was a great one! You can pick your items up from the stage in the town hall M-Th 9:30-5. Your ticket is sitting on your item so please be sure you only take yours! Thank you again!

    Lynda Bell: Mike’s Camera Canvas Wall Hanging Gift Certificate

    Stuart: Pottery from Joy Boston

    Dixon and Jean King: Logan’s Espresso Gift Cards

    Ella Bartsch: Logan’s Espresso Gift Cards

    Rafall Castillo: Logan’s Espresso Gift Cards

    Jyoti Sharp: Hand Crafted bowl from Jim McGinley

    Patrick Griffith: Fast Frames Crafted Bulletin Board

    Bill C: Ozo Gift Card

    Javayne J.: Divine Woman Rising Gift Card & Dark Horse Gift Card

    Andy Gustke: Sixty Six Gift Card

    Dee Myer: Krimson and Klover long sleeved shirt

    McMahon: Murphy’s Gift Card

    Towners: Gift Card from the Pie Lady (Karen D)

    Keith H: Cosmo’s Pizza Gift Card

    Bill VM: Dark Horse Gift Card

    Bradley Larn: Custom Wood Burn Art by Cody Russell

    Denise S.: Savory Spice Shop Sample Pack & a Liberty Puzzle

    Andrew Long: Gift Card for Vitamin Cottage

    Lynnie and Alex: Savory Spice Shop Sample Pack & Sushi Zanmai Gift Card

    Tucker (Wood Splitting Champion 2018): Dark Horse Gift Certificate

    Burt L: Logan’s Espresso Gift Cards & Stone Cup Travel cup

    Joshua Berma Deap: Tadasana Yoga Gift Card & Water Bottle

    B Heide: Original Art piece by Teague

    Kate Farmer: RedStone Cyclery Gift Certificate

    Greathouse Family: Two bottles of wine

    Steve and Nancy: Two Bottles of Wine

    Russ Kyte: Two bottles of wine

    Thank you again everyone, If you wrote a number on your item and it’s not picked up in the next week or so I’ll give you a call. Come and Get em folks! And thank you for playing and supporting JVFD!
    32682
    Sally Hempy
    07-16-2018
    03:38 PM MT(US)
    We have always usedColumbine, the company where we bought our appliances originally. They have helped us trouble shoot over the phone, we have bought parts from them, they have traveled up. Prob. Some locals around tho, google some mountain companies.
    32681
    Christine
    07-16-2018
    11:16 AM MT(US)
    Laura, Thank you so much. I will give her a call and tell you sent me!
    32680
    Lisa CassPerson was signed in when posted
    07-16-2018
    11:08 AM MT(US)
    Someone posted recently that they had an extra pet glucometer they no longer needed. I can't find the post now, but if you read this and still have it, I have a client that could put this to good use.

    Thanks- mountainvetATgmail
    32679
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    07-16-2018
    10:40 AM MT(US)
    Christine: I highly recommend Dee Huntley, former Bar-K resident and mountain housecleaner for many, many years. Her number is (72o) 838-4439 and please tell her the referral came from me! Good luck!
    32678
    Christine
    07-16-2018
    10:38 AM MT(US)
    Can anyone recommend a licensed, professional cleaning service that will come to the mountains. I am in need of a move-out cleaning on Aug 3. I have tried several listed on CraigsList but none are getting back to me. Thanks.
    32677
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    07-16-2018
    09:33 AM MT(US)
    Who do you recommend for appliance repair up here? We've got a real noisy dishwasher. Thanks.
    32675
    Tom Buell
    07-15-2018
    07:45 AM MT(US)

    Free almost new tires 235/75 /16. I have two
    32674
    Margie
    07-14-2018
    07:45 AM MT(US)
    News from the Spring Creek Fire... The houses that have a good chance of being saved do not have trees touching them or wall to wall trees leading up to them. YOU HAVE TO MITIGATE in order to save this neighborhood from total destruction and if we all pitch in and take care of the land, we will decrease the temp of the fire going through and it will not sterilize the ground.
    There is a great program available for those interested, so please contact the fire dept or Wildfire Partners.
    There will be more information posted on this program as soon as the details are finalized.
    32673
    Bar-K Association BoD
    07-14-2018
    07:29 AM MT(US)
    We are still taking names to be on the ballot for the Board of Directors. Deadline = Monday, July 16
    info@bar-kassociation.org
    32671
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    07-13-2018
    10:24 PM MT(US)
    Neighbors on and around Bridger Trail...sorry for the barking tonight. Everyone is still a bit on edge after the thunder and hail yesterday and thunder today. Made the mistake of leaving 2 dogs on the deck when we went to dinner tonight. Sorry if it ruined anyone's Friday evening! Still adjusting to mountain life! Thank you for your patience and understanding!
    32670
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-13-2018
    08:55 PM MT(US)
    Anybody have an extra ticket for the Dead show Saturday? There are many available on Craigslist but I thought I'd check locally here first. call or text: 303-8one7-254eight Thanks!
    32669
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    07-13-2018
    03:34 PM MT(US)

    Pies at the Merc tonight (Friday): Strawberry Rhubarb with Streusel Top and Whiskey Maple Walnut
    32668
    Klaus
    07-13-2018
    07:50 AM MT(US)
    Total moisture yesterday: 2.24" (surprisingly close to Sal's gage report - hailstones must have remained fairly small throughout). In case you are wondering, Bastille Day 2013 dropped 2.42" on us, perhaps as a warm-up act for what happened two months later (this is NOT a prediction for this year). July 12th, 2018, received the 2nd most precipitation in one day in July in three decades. The forecast for next week is 'monsoonal', so we will add more moisture to this. Monsoonal humidities (>20%) also translate into much reduced (crown-)fire danger, so we are probably over the pre-monsoonal fire danger 'hump'. As Jeff said, hooray!
    Edited 07-13-2018 08:31 AM
    32667
    Kim Renner Busey
    07-13-2018
    07:34 AM MT(US)
    Interesting..... They must have all come here!! Lots of activity after the storm, actually more than normal.
    I am afraid to go down to the community garden to look at my veggies!
    Kim Renner Busey.... when was the last time you did something for the first time?.... I rode a camel and watched the sunset in the Sahara Desert!
    On Fri, Jul 13, 2018, 6:02 AM QT - Claudia <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    32666
    Tim Dutton
    07-13-2018
    06:51 AM MT(US)
    Claudia, we had the normal group of broadtails at our feeder this morning. They were doing more drinking and less fighting than usual. Guess the hail storm wore them out.
    32665
    Claudia
    07-13-2018
    06:02 AM MT(US)
    Since the hailstorm I have noticed a significant decline in the hummingbirds. Before the storm they were going nuts at the 4 feeders we have. It was fun to watch the crowded airspace. There were calliopes, broadtails and rufus. Now mostly rufus. Hoping the others will return and have not been mortally injured by the hail. The gardens took a beating too. But we did need the moisture for sure.
    32664
    Jeanette
    07-13-2018
    05:48 AM MT(US)
    Hiya, nice website you've got in here.

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    Edited 07-13-2018 05:48 AM
    32663
    Buzz Busey
    07-12-2018
    09:25 PM MT(US)
    Kim and I watched a good PBS video about hummingbirds today during the storm. It is 52 minutes long, mostly about South American hummers, but a brief mention of our varieties. Enjoy:
    http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/super-hummi...full-episode/14586/
    Of all the things I have ever lost, I miss my mind the most.



    On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 8:33 PM QT - Sally Hempy <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    32662
    Laurel
    07-12-2018
    08:52 PM MT(US)
    Discover more Sneables by reading of how exactly these were created or by taking a look at a pleasant video.
    Anyway, we have got all bundled up in your coats, boots, scarves, and hats
    Edited 07-12-2018 08:52 PM
    32661
    Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    07-12-2018
    08:33 PM MT(US)
    Absolutely crazy and entertaining to watch...30+ hummers vying for 24 spots on my 3 feeders out my dining room windows...(2nd floor)...the tree house I live in. Rufus (2) I have aren’t even chasing , just trying to get a beek in. Absolutely, a real gift!
    32660
    Shawna
    07-12-2018
    05:53 PM MT(US)
    Keep up the helpful work and generating the group!


    Here is my webpage ... Japan Sex Tube Online
    32659
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-12-2018
    03:44 PM MT(US)

    Second that-mucho hail and moisture all at once. We got hammered !
    32658
    Jeff
    07-12-2018
    12:10 PM MT(US)

    Hoooray!!!!!
    32657
    Brett and Patti
    07-12-2018
    08:50 AM MT(US)
    Wondering if anyone is having their septic tank cleaned in the next few weeks. We need to have the outhouse cleaned at the Imel Ranch for a wedding coming up in August.
    32656
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    07-11-2018
    10:16 PM MT(US)
    Thanks for the help Sal! I will pay attention to how I hold my phone when I take a landscape photo from now on. Couch is still available...
    32655
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    07-11-2018
    09:18 PM MT(US)

    Pies at the Merc Thursday this week: Double Cherry Peach (fresh sour cherries and sweet cherries), Triple Berry, and
    Cheesecake (GF)
    32654
    Angie at Cal-WoodPerson was signed in when posted
    07-11-2018
    06:41 PM MT(US)
    Hi Folks! I am looking for a large diameter cottonwood round that I can cut in half to make two wood cookies for a tomahawk throwing station for next weeks TUNE camp at Cal-Wood. Let me know if you have one you can donate and I can pick it up from yah. Thanks all! angie@calwood.org
    32653
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-11-2018
    06:21 PM MT(US)

    Couch right-side-up. You can avoid this problem by taking photos in landscape mode with the iPhone/iPad held with the Home button to the right. In portrait mode keep the Home button down.
    32651
    JudyTFPerson was signed in when posted
    07-11-2018
    02:44 PM MT(US)
    Congrats Croatia! I am rooting for them because the little town of Gig Harbor, WA, where I grew up was founded by the Craotions. All the commercial fisherman families in Gig Harbor are Croation to this day. So there you have it. I am heading out there next week. My sis tells me that all the boat horns are blasting away!
    32650
    Jeff
    07-11-2018
    01:39 PM MT(US)
    Stand on your head and take new pics ;-)
    32649
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    07-11-2018
    12:57 PM MT(US)

    Somehow I cannot seem to figure out how to get these photos right side up!! Any help would be appreciated!!
    Edited 07-11-2018 12:57 PM
    32648
    Nancy and Larry Gould
    07-11-2018
    12:53 PM MT(US)

    We continue to unpack and come across things we do not need...

    Stop by 62 Bridger Trail to look at FREE things, including throw pillows, garage towels, assorted kitchen utensils...and a comfortable couch that just needs to be cleaned!

    We will put these items on the driveway, some in boxes (take the boxes too!) until Friday, when they will go to the Nederland dump. Save our earth and give these items a new home please!! Help yourself!! Take whatever you want!!

    Thanks for helping us clean out and unpack!
    Edited 07-11-2018 12:53 PM
    32647
    Andrew
    07-11-2018
    07:14 AM MT(US)
    Hey Folks,
    I've got some friends coming to town this weekend and was wondering if anyone has a 'pack and play' or portable crib of some kind that I can borrow until Tuesday.

    Thanks,
    Andrew 0460
    32644
    joanne cole
    07-10-2018
    09:22 PM MT(US)

    For Sale 2006 Rav 4 with 158k miles. Very clean, Colorado car. I am second owner. asking $8K
    32643
    Claudia
    07-10-2018
    11:42 AM MT(US)
    Rufous is back in the hood ! But so are the precious but annoying bees at the feeders !
    32642
    Martha RussoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-10-2018
    11:24 AM MT(US)
    on Monday I was walking by Valley Lake and left an orange, lightweight, wind breaker jacket close to the gate by the road. If anyone picked it please call me at 303 459 3074 THANKS... be on the lookout for the moose:)
    32640
    Martha RussoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-09-2018
    09:20 PM MT(US)
    Just been watching the most magnificent moose at Rock Lake at about 8:00pm ... we watched him for over an hour... Big Bull. What a place we live in !!! and shout out to Jack and everyone for all the work on the lake. Great to see so many people enjoying lake ... and moose too
    32639
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    07-09-2018
    05:45 PM MT(US)
    Forecast for hot temperatures and dry conditions has increased fire danger
    Boulder County, Colo. - Sheriff Joe Pelle is enacting Level 2 Fire Restrictions, effective immediately, Monday, July 9, for western Boulder County. The fire restrictions are being implemented due to increasing fire danger, lack of moisture and the forecast for hot temperatures. We also have seen an increase in recreational activities in western Boulder County during the summer months. In addition, local and regional fire suppression resources have also been committed to large fires in Colorado and across the nation.

    The fire restrictions include the mountain areas of Boulder County. The mountain areas include any and all unincorporated areas of the county:

    West of CO Highway 93 (CO-93), from its intersection with the southern boundary of Boulder County until, and including, its intersection with CO Highway 119 (CO-119);
    West of Broadway Avenue in the City of Boulder, from its intersection with CO-119 until, and including, its intersection with US Highway 36 (US-36);
    West of US-36, from its intersection with Broadway Avenue until its intersection with the northern boundary of Boulder County;
    West of the western boundary of the Rabbit Mountain Open Space until, and including, US-36; and;
    All of the Rabbit Mountain Open Space property.
    A map depicting the areas of Boulder County affected by the fire ban is included below.

    The fire ban PROHIBITS:

    Building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, campfire, or stove fire on private and public lands. This includes charcoal grills and barbecues, coal and wood burning stoves and sheepherder’s stoves and includes use in developed camping and picnic grounds.
    Fireworks sales, use, and possession, including permissible fireworks.
    Shooting or discharge of firearms for recreational purposes.
    Smoking, except in an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site, or while stopped in an area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable materials.
    Operating a chainsaw without a USDA or SAE approved spark arrester properly installed and in effective working order, a chemical pressurized fire extinguisher kept with the operator and one round point shovel with an overall length of at least 35 inches readily available for use.
    Using an explosive. This includes but is not limited to fuses or blasting caps, fireworks, rockets, exploding targets, and tracers or incendiary ammunition.
    Welding or operating acetylene or other torch with open flame outdoors.
    Possessing or using a motor vehicle off established roads, motorized trails or established parking areas, except when parking in an area devoid of vegetation within 10 feet of the vehicle.
    The fire ban ALLOWS:

    Smoking in an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site, or while stopped in an area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable materials.
    Devices using pressurized liquid or gas (stoves, grills or lanterns) that include shut-off valves are permitted when used in an area at least three feet or more from flammable material such as grasses or pine needles.
    Shooting or discharge of firearms for hunting, with a valid and current hunting license on public lands.
    Operating a chainsaw with a USDA or SAE approved spark arrester properly installed and in effective working order, a chemical pressurized fire extinguisher kept with the operator and one round point shovel with an overall length of at least 35 inches readily available for use.
    For current fire, shooting and developed recreation site restrictions and seasonal closures for USFS properties, visit: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/home/?cid=FSEPRD583820.


    Anyone found in violation of the fire ban may be convicted of a class two petty offense, and may be subject to up to a $1,000 fine, in addition to any possible civil penalties. Higher fines may be imposed for subsequent offenses.

    The fire restrictions do not affect open fires within incorporated cities and towns; however, residents and visitors must comply with applicable ordinances and regulations in their respective cities and towns. The fire restrictions will be in effect until Sheriff Pelle finds that the hazardous conditions have subsided.

    Colorado state statutes authorize counties to impose fire restrictions "to a degree and in a manner that the Board of County Commissioners deems necessary to reduce the danger of wildfires within those portions of the unincorporated areas of the county where the danger of forest or grass fires is found to be high based on competent evidence."
    32638
    Kandis
    07-09-2018
    06:59 AM MT(US)
    You're a really beneficial internet site
    Edited 07-09-2018 06:59 AM
    32637
    Bar-K Association BoD
    07-09-2018
    05:43 AM MT(US)
    We are still accepting names to be on the ballot for the Board of Directors. If you are interested or have questions, please email:
    info@bar-kassociation.org
    You can always call me too... 3.459.3328 Margie
    32636
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    07-08-2018
    10:21 AM MT(US)
    Thanks, Carl. Sally also told me about Barb and arrangements have been made.
    32635
    Carl
    07-08-2018
    08:56 AM MT(US)
    Will, you can call Barb P. as she is a notary.
    32634
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    07-07-2018
    05:27 PM MT(US)
    Does anyone know of a notary in Bar-k or Jamestown areas? I need to see one this weekend if possible. Thanks.
    32633
    dory haganPerson was signed in when posted
    07-07-2018
    11:16 AM MT(US)
    FYI

    PRESS RELEASE:
    DATE: JULY 6TH 2018

    PRESS CONTACT:
    Timberline Fire Protection District, Fire Chief 720-352-3885 or pvondr@timberlinefire.com

    Cherokee Blake, Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office – 303-589-6007 or cblake@gilpincounty.org

    SUSPICIOUS FIRE IN GILPIN COUNTY

    GILPIN COUNTY, COLORADO – At approximately 11pm on 7/5/2018, Timberline Fire Protection District responded to 250 Norton Drive in Gilpin County for a report of a fire. Crews quickly arrived and confirmed an active outdoor fire and quickly suppressed it. This is the third fire in the area in less than a week and authorities are looking into the possibility of a connection between last night’s suspicious fire and the previous two fires.

    If you have any information regarding these incidents, you are encouraged to contact the Timberline Fire Protection District Headquarters at 303-582-5768 or the Fire Chief directly at 720-352-3885.

    If you see suspicious activity, please contact 911 immediately.
    32632
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    07-06-2018
    11:37 PM MT(US)

    The music room is ready! Y'ALL are invited to PARTY at The Williamseses new home TOMORROW, Saturday, July 7th from 2 p.m. until we head to Dickens Opera House to show our support for Back Stabbath! Bring potluck snacks, drinks you'd like, and instruments to play! Call 72o-8o8-4815 for info or directions and hope to have y’all fill our house with music, love, and commUNITY!

    We also have KID SITTERS for tomorrow night for parents who want to go to the show! Bring your kids and their jammies, sleeping bags, pillows, and some fun things they like to do.

    Hope to see y'all there and if not, there will be other opportunities!
    32631
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-06-2018
    02:18 PM MT(US)

    Thank you everybody for another perfect July 4th celebration.
    The bands, the food, the ambiance ..... Wow!
    Hope you enjoy the images. (links below)
    Please tag and share!

    Website:
    https://sdvphoto.com/july-4-2018

    Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a....type=1&l=ef769c5635

    PS
    I have tons of video and audio from multiple cameras and devices from all the bands so let me know if you are interested in helping edit and then share.
    Enjoy-
    32630
    Andrew BarthPerson was signed in when posted
    07-06-2018
    01:22 PM MT(US)
    Lee Hill Drive weekday closures start Monday for culvert project - Closures in place 24-7 from Monday morning through Thursday evening every week

    Boulder County Transportation will begin a reconstruction project to replace a large culvert on Lee Hill Drive starting Monday, July 9. The project will require weekday closures of Lee Hill Drive from Monday, July 9 through Thursday, Aug. 16, weather permitting. Construction will continue through September, but the full-roadway closure will not be necessary the entire time.

    Closure of Lee Hill Drive at Six Mile Creek This Summer

    Phase I of this project will involve replacement of a failing culvert at Six Mile Creek, which is located near 3250 Lee Hill Drive, approximately halfway between Olde Stage Road and Deer Trail Drive. Lee Hill Drive will be closed to all traffic at Six Mile Creek, 24-hours a day in both directions, from 7 a.m. on Mondays through 6 p.m. on Thursdays, until we can maintain a safe travel lane. From 6 p.m. on Thursdays through 7 a.m. on Mondays, a traffic signal will be used as Lee Hill Drive will be reduced to a single lane of travel.
    Emergency responders have been notified of the work and and contingency plans have been put in place to ensure they can get through the work zone at all times to assist with emergencies.

    Residents living west of the closure location, which includes the Boulder Heights subdivision, will be detoured to Lefthand Canyon Drive. Residents living east of the closure area can use Lee Hill Drive to access their property. The closure will be in effect for all travelers (motor vehicles and cyclists).

    Construction will continue later this year, as a county contractor will be installing concrete curb and gutter approximately 1,500 feet up Lee Hill Drive from Olde Stage Road. Lane closures are anticipated during this work with single lane of traffic controlled by a traffic signal on nights and weekends.

    The entire stretch of Lee Hill Drive from Olde Stage Road to Deer Trail Road, along with the entirety of Deer Trail will be repaved in 2019 and all guardrail will be replaced. More details will be provided prior to construction.

    For more information on this project, visit www.LeeHillDrive.com or contact Boulder County Transportation at 303-441-3900. All current Boulder County Transportation road project information is available at www.BoCoConeZones.com.
    32629
    Buzz BuseyPerson was signed in when posted
    07-06-2018
    10:36 AM MT(US)

    FREE! We have 9 concrete fence post bases, that we have no need for. Does anyone want them before we dispose of them? They will hold a 4 x 4 post.

    *0456
    Edited 07-06-2018 10:37 AM
    32628
    Susan Kolinski
    07-06-2018
    10:23 AM MT(US)
    Hey neighbors. Looking for a skilled drywall installer for a small drywall installation job in the next couple of days. Please call 3-0-three-four-5-nine-zero-3-one-two to discuss the project. Thanks!
    32625
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    07-05-2018
    04:45 PM MT(US)

    Pies tonight at the Merc: Strawberry Rhubarb (one of which is GF) and Chocolate Lime (one of which is GF)
    32624
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    07-05-2018
    12:44 PM MT(US)
    NOTE: POLITICAL CONTENT
    Voters in Congressional House District 2 have a unique opportunity to send a message to congress and our nation. It's time to confront the problematic two-party system and send a real advocate to Washington, one who is unburdened by party ideology. NICK THOMAS is running as an independent and needs more voter signatures to get on the ballot. His positions are very close to that of Mark Williams. And, unlike corporate lawyer Joe Neguse, Nick is not beholden to either special interests or Democratic Party bigwigs. Unlike Peter Yu, Nick is not tethered to a Republican Party led by Donald Trump. Check Nick out at nickthomasforcongress.com. The deadline for signature petitions is July 10th. STAND UP FOR INDEPENDENCE! Let's have Nick Thomas be one of the choices for 2018. Call me at 0204 and I will come to you with the petition for your signature.
    32623
    Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
    07-05-2018
    09:31 AM MT(US)

    New Date! Mountain MidLife Summer Salad & Soup Soiree w/ Delicious Desserts and Music by Blackdog Jon Ridnell. Friday, 7/13, Nederland Community Center - see flyer for details. RSVP to 303-258-0799.
    32622
    Fire Ban
    07-04-2018
    08:10 PM MT(US)
    Details of fire ban

    https://www.bouldercounty.org/news/boulder...-fire-restrictions/
    32621
    Fire Ban
    07-04-2018
    08:06 PM MT(US)
    FIRE BAN FOR ALL OF BOULDER COUNTY'S MOUNTAINS.

    FIREWORKS PROHIBITED EVEN ON PRIVATE LAND.
    32620
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-03-2018
    10:25 PM MT(US)
    Not "your" house -sorry re-read post
    "That is very unfortunate the bear easily found food at THAT house Buzz"
    32619
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-03-2018
    10:22 PM MT(US)

    That is very unfortunate the bear easily found food at that house Buzz.
    It will probably be back.
    A fed bear is a dead bear typically.
    Edited 07-03-2018 10:23 PM
    32618
    Brian
    07-03-2018
    10:03 PM MT(US)

    Da Bears 🐻
    32617
    Kim and Buzz
    07-03-2018
    08:57 PM MT(US)
    Bear on our front porch, lumbered across the street and took a garbage bag out of a garage then headed over the hill, garbage bag in mouth!
    32616
    Kim and Buzz
    07-03-2018
    08:56 PM MT(US)
    I did not know about the music schedule when I suggested 5pm. Let's just make it 6pm for a Happy Hour tomorrow and we can plan a pot luck another time....
    32615
    Judy
    07-03-2018
    08:35 PM MT(US)
    Cinnamon Bear browsing the Bar-k. On Bridger by 93 Bridger, then up the hill to Crockett and into the woods. He/she's back.
    32614
    Mark M.
    07-03-2018
    08:05 PM MT(US)
    False alarm - Osa was hiding under the bed! Thanks everyone.
    32613
    Mark M.
    07-03-2018
    07:59 PM MT(US)

    Lost dog. Her name is Osa and she's new to the Bar-k and ran away. If you see her, please call 720 472-2351 or 0524. Thanks!
    32612
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-03-2018
    12:50 PM MT(US)
    By request: Here's the music lineup for tomorrow (in the Town Park before parade, big park after)
    
8-8:45: Kevin Dooley 

    9-9:45 Franklin and Friends

    10-10:45 Jug Band

    11-11:45 Sara Farmer and Friends

    12-12:45 parade

    12:45 Katie Sings National Anthem

    1-1:45 Pioneer Mother

    2-2:45 Matty G and Friends

    3-3:45 Serendropitous

    4-4:45 Janestown

    5-5:45 The Wyatt’s

    6-6:45 Remus Tucker Band

    7-7:45 The Vipers

    8-8:45 Ben Hanna Band

    9-9:30 DJ Chad Zygote

    9:30-11 Alcapones
    32611
    Sally Hempy
    07-03-2018
    10:58 AM MT(US)
    Oh, oh! Janestown gals won’t finish up until close to 5 tomorrow “down there” so 5 at Bar-K picnic grounds is iffy! Maybe we might look at a casual eve. potluck later...jus musing...
    32610
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-03-2018
    10:38 AM MT(US)

    Gonna be awesome.....
    32609
    Dina G
    07-03-2018
    10:18 AM MT(US)
    Lots of great music planned tomorrow in the Jamestown big park. At 4p is our local all-female band, Janestown!
    Tentative 4th Music Schedule:

    9-9:45 Franklin and Friends
    10-10:45 Jug Band
    11-11:45 Sara Farmer and Friends
    12-12:45 parade
    12:45 Katie Sings National Anthem
    1-1:45 Pioneer Mother
    2-2:45 Matty G and Friends
    3-3:45 Serendropitus
    4-4:45 Janestown
    5-5:45 The Wyatt’s
    6-6:45 Remus Tucker Band
    7-7:45 The Vipers
    8-8:45 Ben Hanna Band
    9-9:30 /DJ Chad Zygote
    9:30-11 Alcapones
    32608
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    07-03-2018
    09:17 AM MT(US)
    RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT FROM NOON TODAY TO 8 PM MDT THIS EVENING FOR WIND...LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...AND ISOLATED DRY LIGHTNING FOR THE MOUNTAINS FROM BOULDER COUNTY SOUTH TO PARK COUNTY AS WELL AS SOUTH PARK

     

    The National Weather Service in Denver has issued a Red Flag Warning for wind, low relative humidity, and isolated dry lightning, which is in effect from noon today to 8 PM MDT this evening. There will be No Open Burning for the entirety of unincorporated Boulder County.

     

    * Timing...Winds and humidities will be near Red Flag criteria

      from around noon until late afternoon. Thunderstorms with gusty

      winds and isolated dry lightning are expected between about 2

      and 6 pm.

     

    * Winds...Southwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.

     

    * Relative Humidity...As low as 12 percent.

     

    * Impacts...Fires will start easily and spread rapidly. New fire

      starts are likely. Gusty and shifting winds will cause

      unpredictable fire behavior, even at some distance from

      thunderstorms.
    32607
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    07-02-2018
    07:19 PM MT(US)
    This magnificent summer week at the Jamestown Mercantile:

    WEDNESDAY: Jamestown 4th of July celebration!! It's gonna be a wonderful doozy of a time.

    THURSDAY: The Road West is an acoustic trio from Boulder. Their music borrows styles from Americana, Folk and Bluegrass to create a sound that feels timeless and familiar, yet all their own. Expect to hear a mix of well-crafted originals and unique interpretations of traditional and contemporary songs and instrumentals. And Rainbow's making shrimp and grits with all the fixins - salad, garlic bread and more! Veggie and GF options available! Music is 8-10pm and dinner starts at 6:30!

    FRIDAY: Music TBD. But PIZZA NIGHT 6-8pm!

    SATURDAY: J.W. Schuller is a singer, guitar slinger and purveyor of quirky indie folk rock. Originally from Minneapolis, now based in Boulder. Music is 8-10pm.

    Saturday and Sunday: 9am - 2pm Brunch!
    32606
    Robert Schaller
    07-02-2018
    05:12 PM MT(US)
    I want to thank several wonderful neighbors who have helped me recently: Buzz Busey for woodworking expertise and distilled water, Sal for videoing an outdoor performance, and Bob Tarantino for recording help. The kindness, generosity, and talents of the Bar-K community will never cease to amaze and humble me! Thank you, all!
    32605
    Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    07-02-2018
    04:29 PM MT(US)
    Sounds great! Nice to share a bit of the 4th up here!
    32604
    Kim and Buzz
    07-02-2018
    11:55 AM MT(US)
    Impromptu Happy Hour
    Wednesday, July 4th, Bar K picnic grove, beginning at 5pm. Bring snacks and drinks for yourself and maybe to share. See you then!
    32603
    Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
    07-02-2018
    11:30 AM MT(US)
    Hello all we are almost there! Fourth is looking great please sign up if you haven't. Also for donations I need them all in no later than this evening (unless you are an artist I've already spoken too and you are donating that day). I'll be around all day tomorrow for questions and set up :) Thank you to everyone who has helped and will help! It's going to be a great one!
    32602
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    07-02-2018
    11:08 AM MT(US)

    ALL are invited to PARTY at The Williamseses new home in Longmont THIS Saturday, July 7th from 2 p.m. until we head to Dickens Opera House to show our support for Back Stabbath! Bring potluck snacks, drinks you'd like, and instruments to play! Call (72o) 8o8-4815 for info or directions. As my good friend pointed out, we still live in Jamestown, we just sleep in Longmont! We hope to have y'all fill our home with music, love, and commUNITY!!!
    32601
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    07-02-2018
    10:10 AM MT(US)
    There's still time to enter your pie or cake into the July 4th contest. Go here for info and to fill out the entry form:
    https://piecontest.wufoo.com/forms/z1srp43k0uimrsf/
    Let me know if you have any questions: karendevincenzoATgmail.com
    32600
    Veggie Stand
    07-02-2018
    08:13 AM MT(US)
    Hi neighbors!

    We will have the following Bar K-grown organic veggies available today by 9am:

    -Mixed salad greens (w/ arugula!) $5/5oz bag
    -Broccoli raab $3/bunch

    The flavor of the broccoli raab is amazing...kind of a mix of turnips and broccoli.

    Self-serve at 822 Rock Lake Rd.

    Send an email to ryanjosephk[at]gmail[dot]com to join our FARM STAND mailing list so we don't clog up the QT!
    32599
    Lindzey
    07-02-2018
    07:10 AM MT(US)
    Thank you, Claudi! That helps a ton :)
    32598
    Claudia Kutscher
    07-02-2018
    06:45 AM MT(US)
    Try http://maps.boco.solutions/propertysearch/ <http://maps.boco.solutions/propertysearch/>;
    32597
    Lindzey
    07-02-2018
    06:37 AM MT(US)
    Hey neighbors, does anybody have a map of the bar k lot lines? I'm trying to find ours over here at 82 Saint Vrain Trl (lot 6) and would love any help!
    Edited 07-02-2018 06:38 AM
    32596
    Marty Leopold
    07-01-2018
    11:57 AM MT(US)
    The Bar-K Association Regular Board of Directors Meeting will be held tomorrow, Monday July 2, at 6:30 PM at 119 Jed Smith Road.
    All members are welcome.
    32595
    Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
    07-01-2018
    08:25 AM MT(US)

    Road update.
    32594
    Jackie D.
    06-30-2018
    06:16 PM MT(US)
    The dogs are home.
    32592
    Jackie D.
    06-30-2018
    03:29 PM MT(US)
    While I was loading water jugs to go get water,my dogs escaped from the house, and took off running like the wind .

     so sorry neighbors, you may want to avoid walking your small dogs on leashes,
    they seem to think there is something wrong with dogs on leashes...

    So sorry for any inconvenience. They will come home on their own, once they have gotten a good run.

    I need to go get some drinking water now, be back later.
    32591
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    06-30-2018
    12:38 AM MT(US)

    Golden hour boat float at the lake.
    I love these kids.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a....type=1&l=495da68673
    32590
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    06-29-2018
    10:41 PM MT(US)

    Saturday's pies at the Merc: Key Lime, Chocolate Key Lime, and Cherry Rhubarb
    32589
    Jackson DPerson was signed in when posted
    06-29-2018
    04:12 PM MT(US)
    Howdy, Overland neighbors...

    coming up in September we'll have a room available for rent on West Mesa Street in Jimtown.... I prefer living with folks who already know and love the mountains and lifestyle here so I'm posting the CL ad on all the local QTs first thing. If you're interested and have stable employment etc, please follow up through this link:

    https://boulder.craigslist.org/roo/d/maste...-in/6629989537.html

    thanks!
    32588
    Jason
    06-29-2018
    11:18 AM MT(US)
     The van that does you know what is at the bottom of the hill in at 11:15 AM
    32587
    Klaus
    06-29-2018
    10:22 AM MT(US)
    Hang in there, Karen, a plain old cold front (not "the tropical monsoon") is on its way and *should* bring rain tomorrow!
    32586
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    06-29-2018
    10:15 AM MT(US)

    FOR SALE: Kenmore Dishwasher $50 - Barely used, free-standing on wheels for easy hookup to your kitchen sink. Dimensions: 36.5" tall x 26" deep x 24.5" wide. Call (72o) 8o8-4815.
    Edited 06-29-2018 10:53 AM
    32585
    Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
    06-29-2018
    09:03 AM MT(US)
    Just a little sneak peak our Fourth of July Raffle this year is going to be amazing! Remember as long as your tickets are labeled with your name and number you don’t have to be present to win! Good luck to ya’ 🍀🍀🍀!!! A few of the vendors who generously donated: Sushi 🍣 Zanmai, McGuckins Hardware, Common Threads, a hand crafted Bow by Engwall woodwork, Tadasana Yoga, Mikes Camera, Logan’s coffee, Stillwater clinic and apothecary, Oskar blues and many many more!!!!
    32584
    Fire Danger
    06-29-2018
    08:42 AM MT(US)
    Another high risk day for Colorado:

    https://psgeodata.fs.fed.us/forecast/#/out...sideBySide&gaccId=7

    But the tropical monsoon is on its way.
    32583
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    06-29-2018
    08:25 AM MT(US)
    Does anyone have a quart of full synthetic 5w 30 to spare? I can pay you today or replace it on Monday. I also have a bunch of regular 5w 30 if anyone needs it.

    Thanks!
    Julia
    Julia summers 2 at gmail dot com
    0370
    32582
    Bar-K Association BoD
    06-29-2018
    06:26 AM MT(US)
    We are taking names! Checking twice! No, seriously, if you would like to run for a spot on the Board of Directors, please let a current director know or send an email to info@bar-kassociation.org
    You have until July 15th to contact us. Thanks! Questions? Margie 3.459.3328
    32581
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    06-28-2018
    05:58 PM MT(US)
    Thanks everybody. Rain would be nice right about now...
    32580
    HollisPerson was signed in when posted
    06-28-2018
    05:48 PM MT(US)
    Colorado Air Quality

    https://www.colorado.gov/airquality/advisory.aspx
    32578
    Kim Busey
    06-28-2018
    05:42 PM MT(US)
    Smoke also very visible over Audubon. Sheriff says it is smoke from a fire near Grand Lake
    32577
    dory haganPerson was signed in when posted
    06-28-2018
    05:42 PM MT(US)
    There's a fire in Grand Lake. I hope/assume that is where the smoke is coming from.
    32576
    Denise LuttrellPerson was signed in when posted
    06-28-2018
    05:41 PM MT(US)
    Smoke blowing up from Southern CO. The "Sugarloaf Fire" is over in Grand County near Ute Pass (not OUR Sugarloaf).
    32575
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    06-28-2018
    05:37 PM MT(US)
    Smelling smoke. Anybody know why?
    32574
    Red Flag Warning
    06-28-2018
    12:20 PM MT(US)
    https://twitter.com/boulderoem

    For the WHOLE of Boulder County
    32573
    Ryan & Abrie
    06-27-2018
    09:36 PM MT(US)
    If you tried to snag a bunch of kale today and found that the lower stems were stuck in an ice block, sorry, that was our bad!!! We are dialing in the systems over here and turns out an ice cream machine bowl left in a cooler in 80-something degree heat will stay cold enough to freeze water! No more veggies frozen in ice blocks from here forward :) Glad to see the radishes and greens got snatched up. Hope you enjoyed!

    As we hope to make less frequent posts to the QT, please send us an email to get on our FARM STAND email list and get notified every time we have fresh veggies available: ryanjosephk[at]gmail[dot]com.
    32572
    Buzz
    06-27-2018
    08:38 PM MT(US)

    Looking to borrow a tenon cutter for log railings. (Will trade for beer!) :-)

    Will be something like this.... Needs to be 2 inch diameter.

    x0456
    Edited 06-27-2018 08:39 PM
    32571
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    06-27-2018
    07:44 PM MT(US)

    Thursday's pies at the Merc this week: Fresh Peach, and gluten free Streusel Strawberry Rhubarb
    32570
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    06-27-2018
    06:14 PM MT(US)
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    32569
    Ryan & Abrie
    06-27-2018
    09:03 AM MT(US)
    Alright, stand is stocked with what we have available today!

    822 Rock Lake Rd.

    Looks like we need an umbrella to provide a little bit of shade for the cooler. Come get it while it's COLD and FRESH! Harvested this morning :)
    32568
    Ryan & Abrie
    06-27-2018
    07:31 AM MT(US)
    Hi neighbors!

    We have an abundance of ORGANIC VEGGIES - grown right here in the Bar-K - so we have decided to open a "farm stand" to share the bounty.

    We should be all set up by around 9am this morning and have the following available today:

    Mixed salad greens - $5/5oz bag
    Radishes - $3/bunch
    Kale - $3/bunch

    Items will be limited to start, while we see how this goes.

    Our address is 822 Rock Lake Rd. (next to the Archers who are also selling eggs!) and you'll see the stand at the bottom of our driveway. It's a self-serve sorta thing...just take what you want, mark it down/price it out on the clipboard and pay in the pay box.

    We hope to have enough to keep this going through the summer, and will have different produce available as the season progresses.

    NOTE that we do have a barky dog named Khana who I'm sure you've seen charge down the driveway as you walk past. She's harmless, just barky, and warms up to people more quickly than other dogs, so best to leave your dog(s) at home or in the car :) If she's out and sees you down there she'll probably come running and barking, but just ignore her!

    Finally, if you'd like to be put on an email list for every time we have produce available, feel free to email me: ryanjosephk[at]gmail[dot]com.

    Cheers!
    32567
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    06-26-2018
    11:54 PM MT(US)
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