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40371
Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
07:42 PM MT(US)
Merckers - can you let us know menu and music for Thursday night? Thanks!
40370
Courtney JarochPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
04:02 PM MT(US)
🌸

Hi Women!

I have a handful of massage appointments available this week. Come on in and relax, integrate and enjoy your body, mind and spirit!💛
book online at http://www.divinewomanrising.com or call/text me - please see my website for my phone number.

Love, Courtney
40369
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
01:34 PM MT(US)
Laura thanks for posting that article.

IT IS SPOT ON. We've still got some issues around town, hopefully, it will keep getting better but I'm betting on it taking years. More residents need to invest in locking bearproof trash cans, for starters, and get honest with themselves about feeding wildlife, leaving out attractants, and ignoring the buckets of fruit attracting bears to their property. Our local wildlife officer (Joe Padia) is aware of what we're doing up here, and the small size of our community makes long-term success a real possibility-- but everyone needs to be on board. He's also willing to come up here and try hazing our little brown bear before it gets any bolder. The future of that bear worries me.

So far, no bears have been killed in Joe's district, but a young bear was relocated out of Niwot recently. He does not want relocated problem bears dropped in his district, but eventually, he'll have to take them. Mountain folks are probably more tolerant of naughty bears, but over time that tolerance isn't keeping bears safe.
40368
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
10:38 AM MT(US)
Scrambled eggs, Burt.....but for the night of the 3rd, just cracking eggs.
and assembling potato salad and cole slaw.
come on out!
40367
lynn wilberPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
09:49 AM MT(US)
Hi Garry B. You might try Dave Emmitt. He installed the Rinnai I use. SvH
40366
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
09:48 AM MT(US)
Robert, your monitor awaits. Oak, 400 hard boiled eggs! I hope someone has the technique down for making them easy to de-shell.
40365
Garry BPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
09:05 AM MT(US)
Looking for a plumber to install a tankless water heater on Mesa St. Any one have a recommendation? If so please have them call, 469.450.8126.
40364
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2019
08:11 AM MT(US)
Alert ~ JT Parks and Recreation Dept. There is a broken sprinkler head on Anderson Hill that is shooting water into the river !
Edited 06-25-2019 08:23 AM
40363
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
11:58 PM MT(US)
Please read this. ALL of it. Share it with every mountain person you know. And keep up the great work in Saving Our Bears. Jamestown has done an impressive job through the years in this regard. Please tell new residents and travelers. No one knows this side of it...

https://durangoherald.com/articles/42926?f...eI9SiLT1D0_PhwRypFs
40362
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
03:47 PM MT(US)
One more 4th plea:
My favorite party of the whole party shebang is the evening before, when we gather at the Merc to assemble potato salad and cole slaw, and crack eggs for 400.
Come on out and join in! The kitchen party rocks!
Bring cutting boards and knives if you have them, because Rainbow's supplies are limited.
We're hoping for a dozen folks, so spread the word
40361
Kevin BaluhaPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
12:52 PM MT(US)
Kathryn perhaps you should avoid keeping Django unchained. (I had to say it) :)
40360
Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
11:53 AM MT(US)
You can also sign up to help with July 4th here:
https://signup.com/go/pHGKXmL

And don't forget to enter your pie in the pie contest! Go here to register:
https://tinyurl.com/jtpiecontest
40359
Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
11:09 AM MT(US)
Jackpine savage here. Tie bear to tree?


Sylvia welcome. The compan carrying your parcel should track it but a couple of days ago our oxygen supply gpsed himself to school! Will look on this hill. Jeanne
40358
Sylvia W.Person was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
10:11 AM MT(US)
Did anyone receive a small UPS package or envelope addressed to Sylvia Welner, probably delivered last Friday? Very important. Would appreciate you letting me know.
40357
Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
09:52 AM MT(US)
Hello All, The Fourth Of July party in Jamestown is right around the corner! A few reminders if you have coolers, or e-z ups that we can use for the event please drop them off (labeled) in the town hall- you will be able to pick them up on the 5th! If you haven't signed up to help please do so the sign up sheets are in the merc by the drink cooler we can't run this event without help from the CommUNITY. Lastly if you have donations for the raffle there is a table set up in the back of the town hall where you can drop them off! Thank you for making this event great!
40356
CollinTheVideoGuyPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
09:45 AM MT(US)
An online map of JT with pins, dates & details of bear encounters in town would be pretty darn cool.
Does one exist? ...& if so, is it available to the public?
40355
Vic harrisPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
08:57 AM MT(US)


T'ai Chi Tues at 5:30 at pavilion in Elysian Park. If weather is poor check for my car at JVFD; if its there then we will meet there otherwise we'll be at pavilion. All are welcome. No class next week (July 2nd) back on usual schedule the 9th.
40354
Barb PPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
06:38 AM MT(US)

Free - Full-size futon and frame with extra thick mattress. Hardly used. Perfect condition. four five nine - 3205
40353
Allan MuellerPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
06:07 AM MT(US)
Wildfire Safety:

Hear Ye All Citizens of Jamestown; first -of many- announcement of an upcoming event:

Wilfire Safety Kickoff Meeting. Let’s find out what we can all do to get Jamestown safely through the next wildfire.

July 24, Town Hall, 7 p.m.

More to follow,

Allan Mueller
40352
CheyenneWillsPerson was signed in when posted
06-24-2019
05:46 AM MT(US)
Here is the site that records
the data from the guage located on lower main bridge

https://udfcd.onerain.com/site.php?site_id...9-8ed8-761722605507
40351
Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
06-23-2019
11:24 PM MT(US)
Vic, if I still had a mowable lawn, I'd take you up on that mower - hope somebody will be very happy to have it!
40350
Vic harrisPerson was signed in when posted
06-23-2019
09:19 PM MT(US)
The craftsman mower has found a new home. Thanks.
Vic
40349
Drew AllmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-23-2019
04:00 PM MT(US)
We're replacing the cabinets in our kitchen and have a set of oak cabinets if anybody is interested. We're at Leon's old place. Text if interested: 720/238-2085
40348
Vic harrisPerson was signed in when posted
06-23-2019
01:33 PM MT(US)
FREE to good home a Craftsman 19” mulching electric lawn mower. It works just great but have chosen to switch to a cordless battery powered mower.
If interested please call 303 four four four forty ten
Thanks
40347
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-23-2019
12:37 PM MT(US)

Jeanne ~ That's a very good question !

The JT Bear Tracker is used "solely" to help us/JT track bear activity, inform and educate the community as to how to prevent Bear encounters
and Save the Lives of Our Local Bears. Nothing more, nothing less. We suggest "hazing" them when possible as opposed to just
watching them cruz by. Our Bears need to know they are not welcome in town. Without attractants (food in cars, trash unattended,
bird feeders, homes and yard clean and secure) Our Bears don't usually get in trouble. It's that simple but it's up to us humans to
do our part!

CPW (Colorado Parks and Wildlife) is chartered to defend and protect the state's wildlife and citizens in our forests and government lands.
It has been a wrong assumption, that reporting Bear activity to CPW, is a death sentence for the animal. Could not be further from the truth but
i do recall thinking that myself until the local Wildlife Officer set me straight. We are in touch with our local officer when need be for advice and
support.

Let's save our Bears Jeanne and we need more of us Jack Pine Savages to follow through and accept responsibility
for Saving Our JT Bears.

~ SOB john
40346
Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
10:01 PM MT(US)
Thanks David. Right under my nose!

Betty, Kristi (our Town Clerk) is a notary.
40345
Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
05:25 PM MT(US)
Someone in county, I am told, keeps track of which bear has most human encounters and ,at some number, they nuke them. So as not rat , We do not believe we should report? Can authority explain?
40344
JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
04:57 PM MT(US)
TONIGHT AT THE MERC: Teriyaki chicken or veggie kabobs with pineapple fried rice and asian slaw.
And BURNS TWICE! Cd Release show AND Gemini Birthday celebrations.
Music is 8-10pm and dinner starts around 6:30.
40343
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
01:16 PM MT(US)

JT ~

The Bear Tracker on this QT collects the reports and Emails them to the Administrator, who disperses that information as needed
It is a "paid for" service.

I believe it is important to post on the QT any sighting As Soon as Possible to inform/warn others in town of a possible Bear encounter.
The Bears don't head for home just because I chase them down/up the road. They just out run me, wait til the coast is clear,
then continue their search for food.

Posting on the Bear Tracker next, provides details and data that helps identify our bears, their habits and evaluate any concerns.

Thirdly, informing your neighbors who may or may not read the QT makes sense to me as well. If my neighbor has a bear in their yard,
I certainly want to know. As soon as possible. I love chasing those guys! They are so cool.

We are just getting started with Bear season and need to be diligent in keeping our cars, house and trash clean and in its place.

Let's Save Our Bears JT and protect our property together

~SOB john
40342
ErynnPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
12:43 PM MT(US)
Does anyone in town have a pair of volleyball youth size knee pads we could borrow for a beginner volleyball camp next Monday-Wed. Will return by the end of next week. She is just trying it out not trying to go buy new pads for 3 days of camp:)

Thanks!
Breathing-fresh-air@hotmail.com
Edited 06-22-2019 12:44 PM
40341
CollinTheVideoGuyPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
10:40 AM MT(US)
How do you see the "tracked bears" on the bear tracker?
All I can see is a form?
...and 1998 called, it wants it's website back. ;) :D
40340
Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
10:29 AM MT(US)
Got a ride. Thanks Marty!
40339
David MPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
09:36 AM MT(US)

Wendy, the link is right there below the other links, with the bear figure. "Click here for Bear Tracker". Is the link not working for you?
40338
Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
08:51 AM MT(US)
Is there a notary in JT? how, when and where can i connect with them?
40337
Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
08:44 AM MT(US)
I’m not finding the Bear Tracker link....
40336
Tara SPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
08:39 AM MT(US)
Is there anyone in town who mows lawns? I'm looking for someone to mow the tall grass and also has a lawn mower, because mine isn't working.
Please let me know. tschoedinger@gmail.com
40335
Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
08:39 AM MT(US)
Is there a website that show the CFS of James Creek?
40334
Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
08:33 AM MT(US)
8am average sized bear, dark brown, strolled down our driveway this morning, going west to east. Sniffed at a car, kept walking. I banged on window but not too effective! He moved on down to Karen Z’s porch. Her dog Diana chased him off, through the cemetery. Yeah Diana!! I’ll post on Bear Tracker.
40333
lynn wilberPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
07:00 AM MT(US)

 . . . . the best thing about being nekkid is ya don't have to worry about yer pants falling down, . . . .the worst part is, ya don't have any place to put yer pocket-watch
40332
lynn wilberPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
06:56 AM MT(US)

Ya sure, ya betcha to the Jimtown Intrepid Corduroy-flappers in Minnesota . . . Rock on, daddios.
40331
lynn wilberPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
06:48 AM MT(US)

 . . . .kind of looking like a flickers and toonz (with a little cerveza yoga) kind of day, . . . 'course, I could be wrong . . .SvH
40330
Robert HPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
06:46 AM MT(US)
Am I having a fake memory? I seem to recall that someone recently saw a miner's cat ...
if so, please elaborate
40329
julie & mattPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2019
06:41 AM MT(US)

Good Morning! Let’s cheer on Matt, Cameron, Arne, Chuck & Melissa as they begin Grandma’s Marathon here in Duluth, MN. If you have any interest tracking their progress- type their name in the people search on the websites Live tracker! Hope all is well in JT. See you soon! Julie
40328
Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
06:48 PM MT(US)
Planning ahead: Is anybody going to be driving down to Boulder late afternoon tomorrow (Saturday) that I could catch a ride with? ...anytime before 5:30. 459-3359 or karendevincenzoATgmailDOTcom. Thank you!
40327
Kevin BaluhaPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
10:41 AM MT(US)
Hittle,
As I stated before - i have a Lexus RX300 that I have kept for parts. (I bought it off a guy in Ward, to help clear the roads). I also have a mechanic in residence who does house calls.

I live off 100J between ward and jamestown. so if you need/want him to come to town to have a look he's reasonable, honest and skilled.
40326
Kevin BaluhaPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
10:15 AM MT(US)
Skip - trying to contact you RE your greenhouse. Call me 5309188522.
40325
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
10:02 AM MT(US)
A belated thank you to Martha Russo, for planting those gorgeous flowers at the P.O. Gorgeous!
40324
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
09:42 AM MT(US)
Key FOB and key are two separate issues. Have you replaced the battery in it ? The owner's manual has a wealth of information on FOB and battery replacement. FOBs buttons wear out, especially if you press the buttons a dozen times to find your car in the parking lot :O)

If your FOB has a good battery and it still doesn't unlock the doors, best recommendation is to get a new one from the Subaru dealer and have them program it, programing FOBs manually as per instructions in the owner's manual can be quite time consuming, frustrating and often fruitless.

Or using the key to unlock your door works as well... :O)
40323
Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
09:22 AM MT(US)
Dr Hol, so I’m guessing a USED replacement key fob for the same make/model isn’t going to work?
40322
Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
09:08 AM MT(US)
What a good explanation Hollis! My Subaru key fob is starting to be less responsive (so, a different key problem) and it helps to understand what I’ll be facing sooner rather than later.
40321
KimPeak2PeakPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
08:46 AM MT(US)

Join us Friday, June 28 for an evening of conversation over a fine meal. After the meal, a panel discussion by our local First Responders and Emergency Management teams will discuss with us emergency planning and how it may be affected by current road construction projects.

RSVP by 5 p.m. on Monday, June 24 via phone 303-258-0799, Admin@MountainPeakLife.org, or Meetup.
40320
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
07:06 AM MT(US)

Morning meadow moosiness....
Growin up as Bullwinkle in the neighborhood.

https://youtu.be/AhHnnyw8gyY
40319
ErynnPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
06:15 AM MT(US)

Last night’s Chill and Yoga was magic, sending gratitude to those who joined me on the journey💜 Hope to see more of you next Thursday 6:30-7:30p on the Big Park stage.
40318
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
04:46 AM MT(US)
Larry, I'm no Lexus guy, but as with any lock and key, if the key comes out in any position other than the lock position it usually indicates that either one or both are worn out and requires replacement of both. And to add insult to injury newer keys and locks are computerized, meaning the key has a 'chip' and the lock has a 'radio receiver' built in so they can recognize each other to function. Replacement of both requires the services of a certified, licensed and trained locksmith with the necessary tools and computer programming capabilities to reprogram a new key and lock to the vehicles BCM (Body Control Module) in which the anti-theft system resides.

You can try to lubricate with a 'Dry' type of graphite based lock lubricant and see if it helps. Don't squirt any 'Wet' lubricants in the electronic keyhole. Check with one of the local locksmith services for a recommended lubricant.

Tech Tip #1: Getting a new key cut from an old key is just a new copy of a worn out key. New key blanks are cut to match the lock by an assigned number code from the vehicles VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) 17 digits found most easily on your vehicle registration card.


Tech Tip #2: Get an antenna for your home radio so you can listen to the ball game from the comfort of your easy chair :O)
40317
hoRRible hiTTlePerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
07:46 PM MT(US)
Calling DR.HOLLIS ... I've got an ignition switch problem. Was told you might know the remedy. 2003 RX300 Lexus. was listening to ball game as I drove into the park. Turned key to accessory position to listen to the last of the game. Game ended. Went to turn key off and remove it from ignition switch. Nope. Could not turn to off. Nor could I turn it to the start position. Steering wheel is not locked up. The key could be removed from the switch, but the switch remained locked up. Is this one of those Lexus security measures? Or just a glitch? Any ideas or secret remedies? Thanks in advance. Hittle 303-442-7157
Edited 06-20-2019 10:07 PM
40316
JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
07:34 PM MT(US)
Hey everyone! In the long shot dept.....Is anyone headed to Lakewood tomorrow who could do the Merc a huge favor? let me know! JamieDOTpreiraATgmailDOTcom / 305 898 8219
40315
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
05:37 PM MT(US)
WOW!
Awesome new way to sign up
so
come on!
thanks in advance and to everyone who signed up already.
love this buncha folks!
40314
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
03:42 PM MT(US)

Signing up to help with the Jamestown 4th of July Celebration just got easier! Again. Point your smartphone camera at the code on the screen and you will be teleported to the correct website for all things July 4th
40313
Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
03:30 PM MT(US)

Signing up to help with the Jamestown 4th of July Celebration just got easier! Click here and sign up online:
https://signup.com/go/pHGKXmL
If you haven't helped with this event in the past, you don't know what you're missing, and if you have participated in previous years, you know how much fun it can be! So, what are you waiting for? You'll have to wait another whole year before the opportunity arises again. Shifts are only a couple hours so you're not signing up for the entire day. And there are so many to choose from, like breakfast cook, cashier, selling merchandise like t-shirts, selling raffle tickets, helping with lunch, prepping food the day before, setting up the day before and so much more! Check it out - it's all great fun and a chance to celebrate with neighbors and friends. Just click here and choose your spot:
https://signup.com/go/pHGKXmL
40311
Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
09:19 AM MT(US)
Hello all! Our sign up sheets for the fourth are looking a little sparse. They are in the Merc by the drink cooler! Please come on out and lend a hand to make this years Fourth of July awesome! (also if there is any interest in claiming an artist booth please let me know directly!) Thank you!
40310
ErynnPerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
07:02 AM MT(US)

Start your Thursday evening off right, join me for an hour of yoga practice and self care before heading down to the Merc for tasty Indian and “surf jazz”. I hope to connect with some of you this evening, the creek should provide an amazing soundscape to practice too...
Edited 06-20-2019 07:54 AM
40309
MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
09:34 PM MT(US)
Merc pies this week: Pineapple Bourbon Pecan, Triple Berry, and Raspberry Key Lime!
40308
nate and whitneyPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
12:44 PM MT(US)
Is anyone interested in a 1999 Ford F-150? It's a single cab long bed pickup in good working condition (that's the good). The bad- 2 wheel drive, the heater core needs to be replaced (so there is no heat right now), and the windshield is cracked. It's been sitting for a few years now so there is also some general maintenance to be done, I'm willing to take care of some of that stuff - let's talk. I bought this truck from my brother in '06 and he bought it new - it's been well cared for and it was a great truck the entire time I drove it. I bought a new to me truck a few years ago and I just don't have a need for this truck anymore. If interested I can give more info and/or show it to you, I just wanted to gauge interest first before going into more detail. Asking $1200obo (possibly open to trades). nmrajotteATyahooDOTcom or Four1five-6nine4-046one
Edited 06-19-2019 02:26 PM
40307
karla refoxoPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
12:06 PM MT(US)
I will be new to Jamestown in August and am looking for a house and cat sitter in a nice place in Jamestown for about 2 weeks in September. It would involve overnight stays. Please let me know if you are interested, want more details, or have any leads! Karla
40306
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
11:31 AM MT(US)

Saturday

Yeah it is.
40305
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
11:29 AM MT(US)

Friday-

Deeeeeeeeeelicious Pizza Pie

And music by

MAGNOLIA RIVER BAND

6-8
40304
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
11:26 AM MT(US)
And we’re glad your kitty was found Morgan and Kelly!
40303
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
11:25 AM MT(US)

THURSDAY-

A Jamestown Gem of a Night..,

WHOLE MILK is touring Surf Jazz from Denver.

We’ll have a tasty Indian Meal
Chicken or Tofu Tikka Masala
Potato Pakora
Cucumber Salad
Naan

Come on down for Indian and Surf Jazz!
40302
Morgan NPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
09:29 AM MT(US)
Our cat Cipo is now back home.
Thank you to all who helped us look for him.
40301
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
09:01 PM MT(US)

LOST DOG swept down our creek! Please be on the lookout!
40300
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
09:00 PM MT(US)

LOST DOG in our area!

Reposted from Facebook's Peak to Peak Lost Pets:

"My friend lost his dog in the James Creek yesterday, outside of Ward. He said that she got swept away in the current. He never did recover her. I know that Nederland isn’t that close but if you know anyone in that area or even towards Jamestown, I could sure use some help. She’s old, 13. Her name is Missy. She has on a green collar with fish on it."

Contact me at lauraDOTwilliamsAThotmailDOTcom or (72o) 8o8-4815 and I can get in touch with the owner.
40298
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
06:30 PM MT(US)

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40295
Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
03:43 PM MT(US)
Are you going to enter a pie in the Jamestown 4th of July pie contest? You could win some cool prizes! Go here to register: https://tinyurl.com/jtpiecontest It's as easy as pie.
40293
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
03:16 PM MT(US)

Free

Anyone have use for these untreated pine 2"x 2" braces, they came as part of a shipping crate.

They're approx 4ft. tall x 2ft. wide. 6 pieces.

Maybe for garden use for netting or screens. Not very sturdy as they are without further bracing.

Give a shout and I can deliver in Jamestown.

I'm trying to figure out how to properly orient the image on a PC, I'll keep trying, stupid PC :O)
Edited 06-18-2019 03:20 PM
40292
Morgan NPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
02:18 PM MT(US)

This is our lost cat. He is small.Just about 7# and has asthma.
40291
Laurel WanrowPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
09:22 AM MT(US)
Thanks, Terry. Will do!
40290
Terry PPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
08:06 AM MT(US)
Laurel, You may wish to report the otter sighting to the Colorado Division of Parks & Wildlife as otters are a reintroduced species.
40289
Morgan NPerson was signed in when posted
06-18-2019
06:46 AM MT(US)
One of our cats snuck out the door last night. He is small about 8# all black cat named Cipo. Very friendly, but might be a little nervous as he was out all night. Please call us if you are able to grab him. We live on Bramer. Seven five seven eight seven one seven three nine four
Thank you! We are quite fond of this little guy!
40288
Laurel WanrowPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
06:07 PM MT(US)

Only pic we captured of the otter--looking like a drowned cat, but it's really an otter!
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Laurel WanrowPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
06:03 PM MT(US)
We had an otter in James Creek at 55-51 Ward and heading downstream at 5:50. Looks like he was washed down in this storm--very disoriented.
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oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
03:09 PM MT(US)
And if our upcoming party sounds like chaos from the posts, it sort of is, but it's my first time, so be gentle with me.
.....and ply me with chocolate and beer.....
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oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
03:07 PM MT(US)
Hi Jeanne,
EZ-ups (ck sp) are like quickly-assembled (one hopes) open-air tents that vendors use at festivals and other venues.
we need them for the 4th, so should have them by the 2nd to be sure,
and you can bring them to me or to the town hall. town hall's easier for us all, i think......Kristi......is that true?
40284
Vic harrisPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
02:58 PM MT(US)
☯️ T’ai Chi resumes tomorrow at 5:30 at the pavilion at Elysian Park (weather permitting) If my Subaru is not at JVFD then we’ll be at Park; if it is there then we’ll be at JVFD.
Either way all are welcome.☯️
40283
CollinTheVideoGuyPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
02:17 PM MT(US)
Don't mess with mama moose, even if you are a bear.
https://unofficialnetworks.com/2019/06/17/...k0ZOXAyWIX6UY-AsttA
40282
Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
12:50 PM MT(US)
A few whats? When and where do you want them?
40281
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
11:47 AM MT(US)
Friends, we also need to borrow a few of your ez-ups.
And, i'm told from on high that you can get everything that you loan us back on the 5th.
40280
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
11:26 AM MT(US)
Dear commUnity: we need coolers for the 4th of July, if anyone wants to loan us some. Put your names on them in marker and you'll get them back after the party. Thanks in advance for your generosity.
40279
Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
09:01 AM MT(US)
Hello Friends of Fourth of July Jamestown! As always please remember to sign up on the sign up to help- but also this is a call for all artists who wish to be involved. A booth to sell your wears/art, this year is $40 and proceeds will go to the JVFD! We will sell in the afternoon in the big park 12-6ish. Let me know if you're interested (you are responsible for providing e-z up, table and watching your stuff during the event). <3 Excited to see you all there! If it's easier my number is 720-505-1066! (also if you are planning to sell I need to know prior to the event and set up will be the evening of the 3rd! thx)
40278
Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2019
07:33 AM MT(US)
John Hardman, if you want to set up the electric fence around the school dumpster, it's OK with me. Western is not scheduled to empty it for the rest of the summer.
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John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-16-2019
06:21 PM MT(US)
FYI Hiker JimBillies ~

Ran into female moose just above Blue Jay, near the old road. She moved when she saw Lila and I
but not far. We ran into her again. That's when we chose a new route. SHE COULD HAVE A BABY
that was hidden, but i didn't see one.

And so you know, Moose in general can be aggressive, especially Mamas!
Give them space and you will be safer.
40276
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-16-2019
07:28 AM MT(US)
Is there a Fox Tracker, S.O.F's. ? Just saw one trotting down the road with a rawhide dog chewy. Not sure if rawhide chewy's are part of their natural diet, but I guess it's a good thing the foxes will help keep the invasive chewy population under control.

Just some more observations...
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AnnamariaPerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
05:46 PM MT(US)
Does anyone know if ‘Big Brown Bear’ has one ear that seems a little crooked?

I think I might know that bear from a couple of peaceful encounters over the past few years.
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peter carbonePerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
04:38 PM MT(US)
Does anyone know why the email i give to QT in order to use it gets kicked out every 3or 4days and i have to reenter it ,kinda sucks
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John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
03:51 PM MT(US)

Thanks Hillary, If it was Big Brownie, we're talking 250-300 +/_ , stands taller than your Pyrenees, (probably x2+ the size of your dog).
Very brown and healthy. I would be curious if he took off when confronted or was "Ho Hum" about people near by. Dogs often get a
bigger reaction from the bears. Brownie has high tailed it both times I confronted him and followed in pursuit.

Thanks for posting Hillary! Very useful information if we are going to Save THIS Bear.

Help Us Save Our Bears JT !
~ SOB john

PS: I find it is helpful to post Bear sightings on the QT as soon as possible. More real-time information for the rest of town and the rest of the day/night. The Bears just move down the line and continue foraging or breaking into Bear Proof Dumpsters. Thanks JT for every effort.
Edited 06-15-2019 05:12 PM
40272
Hillary CPerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
12:14 PM MT(US)
Hey John - I posted our bear encounter from the same night as the dumpster break-in on the Bear Tracker. Feel free to reach out to my husband, Adam, for a more specific ID, if needed. It sounds like the big brown bear. It had a close encounter with my husband and our Great Pyrenees in our yard on Main St after it had been strolling down the middle of Main. This was about 9:30-9:45 pm on Thurs.
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peter carbonePerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
10:51 AM MT(US)
Hey folks i have some leftover heirloom tomato plants i started from seed they ready to go into bigger pots now!!come get some 303 447 9003
40270
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
10:15 AM MT(US)
BurtL welcome back!
Here's the Dipper status:

4/5 male began singing for a mate
4/16 female appears and courtship begins
4/22 nest construction begins and lasts 2 weeks
5/11-5/16 projected egg laying and start of incubation (~16 days)
6/1 sudden increase in trips to nest, feeding behavior by adults
6/15 feeding behavior, nestlings should be poking heads out of nest at 20 days old
6/20-24 guestimated/projected fledge date

Onset of nesting is quite variable and based on local climate and runoff conditions. It was delayed this year due to having a real winter, so they may not attempt to raise a second clutch. Dipping behavior can appear at age 16 days if nestlings spook and plunge into the creek, which was apparently a fun pastime in the early 1900's. Their territory is probably 1/3 of a creek-mile in either direction.

If you have any small feathers (like from a down jacket or random turkey) you can set them out in the yard for the swallows to line their nests with. They should be doing that now, with eggs and incubation starting in a week or two. They arrive early but are late nesters.
40269
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
08:49 AM MT(US)
Watched a little dark bird fly up the creek, land on a rock, bounce a few times and then go swimming for breakfast. I guess the water is a little high for just dipping. Thanks Michelle for watching out for those little guys.
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Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
08:42 AM MT(US)
MUSICIANS NEEDED TODAY from 1-3 p.m. to play on Town Hall stage for the Sound Workshop! A drum kit will be set up, so bring your instruments and amps and COME JAM! We need music to learn sound!

Also, any people interested in learning our sound system to help with July 4th are urged to attend from 12-4 p.m. today!
40267
Terry PPerson was signed in when posted
06-15-2019
07:31 AM MT(US)
Observed the Red Fox tearing up Ward Street this morning with Abbie in hot pursuit. Fortunately the fox escaped.
40266
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
05:17 PM MT(US)
Karen, if you want the skinny on the hot wire, you can call me.
The Dumpster IS (supposed to be) a Bear Proof Dumpster, so you know.
Edited 06-14-2019 06:10 PM
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Corey K.Person was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
05:14 PM MT(US)
Hello neighbors:
I'll be conducting another sound workshop in the Town Hall tomorrow (Saturday 6/15) from Noon to 4-ish.
We'll set up the JAM sound equipment and talk in-depth about micing instruments and signal routing through the input snake and mixing board.
All interested parties are invited to this free learning opportunity.
I hope to recruit some of you to assist me with running the stage on the 4th of July and events beyond...
Thanks to Laura, JAM and Kristi for making this happen!
Edited 06-14-2019 05:16 PM
40264
Karen ZupkoPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
05:03 PM MT(US)
What happened to having electric wire around the dumpster?
40263
Town HallPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
04:19 PM MT(US)
Randy Oxley has brought a bunch of heirloom seeds to the Town Hall and other misc. garden supplies.

If you are interested, please contact Kristi in the Town Hall or stop in during the week (M-F).
303-449-1806
or
townclerk@jamestownco.org

Thanks Randy!!
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John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
01:17 PM MT(US)

Here we go JimBillies ~ can anyone ID the Bear that trashed the dumpster by the school? Please post if you saw him.
My guess, Big Brownie. Time to tighten up your homes and cars. ANYTHING that smells like food will attract a Bear!
Including chap stick, sunscreen, perfume, gum. GET THE IDEA ?

Beth ~ I spoke to Jose (Western Disposal). He emptied the dumpster and will get a replacement order generated.

Anyone new or forgot what to do to be Bear Aware and Protect Your Property, post here and one of us SOB's will get in touch.
We can expect increased Bear activity until November. Tell your neighbors who don't read the QT.

Save Our Bears JT !
~ SOB john

PS: Thanks Carly, Courtney & AJ ! Matt &/or Julie Too !
         Lila was going off last night. Figured it might be Mr Bear !

UPDATE: This Bear broke 2 padlocks and a door on the dumpster.
this is a powerful animal. And hungry! Stay alert, he'll be back!
Edited 06-14-2019 03:30 PM
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julie & mattPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
11:09 AM MT(US)

The clean up crew!
40259
julie & mattPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
11:07 AM MT(US)

OH Bear.... last night about 11:00pm.
 THANK YOU Courtenay, Carly and AJ- you da man!!!!
We did the best we could cleaning it up last night- but 1 door is busted 😳
40258
hoRRible hiTTlePerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
08:29 AM MT(US)
Glad to see that rec shooting has continued to be banned in our local valleys and that new shooting ranges will be conveniently located just a short ride away in the old quarry east of Lyons and at the expanded Boulder Rifle Club facility.
40257
Terry PPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
07:48 AM MT(US)
Laurel, With a fox like that, who needs a neighborhood cat?
40256
Martha RussoPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2019
07:38 AM MT(US)

Reminder about the Post Office garden revitalization work day on Saturday, June 15, from 9:00-11:00. Would welcome any and all help. And if you have any plants that you would like to contribute, please bring them by. Also if someone across the street from the post office would let us use their water hose that would be a big help. Hope to see ma y of you!
40255
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
09:21 PM MT(US)

and the TV stand
40254
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
09:20 PM MT(US)

I've got a few items that could freely use a new home. Small stand up desk. Very sturdy 4x2 work table, and a heavy metal TV stand. If you would like any of these please let me know 7two oh 2728031
40253
Laurel WanrowPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
08:37 PM MT(US)
Terry, I just saw your red fox running up the road with something in his mouth! Too dusky to make out what it was, but it was medium size...so I'm hoping it was in the rat category. I saw him this morning running across 59 Ward & right by my woodshed with its woodrat cache.
Edited 06-13-2019 08:39 PM
40252
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
08:21 PM MT(US)
And-the City did post a new sign at island rock (Buckingham Park) regarding appropriate uses, it is flagged no camping.
40251
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
08:18 PM MT(US)
The full text of the USFS announcement email:

Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests Releases Final Decision for Recreational Sport Shooting
Final decision balances recreational shooting opportunities with safety concerns

 

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Forest Supervisor Monte Williams today signed the final decision on the Recreational Sport Shooting Management Project. The goal of the project is to provide safer opportunities for all forest visitors by identifying areas where recreational sport shooting is unsuitable.

“Close, collaborative work with our partners, interests groups and the local community has helped us reach this balanced decision. We appreciate the time everyone has taken to provide input on this complex project,” said Williams. “My decision continues to deliver recreational sport shooting opportunities while providing for public safety, which was the ultimate goal.”

The decision will protect public safety through restrictions on recreational sport shooting on 226,113 acres of the 1.4 million acre Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests. Other areas of the forest and around Colorado remain available for recreational sport shooting when following all rules and regulations. This decision will not affect lawful hunting with a firearm in areas where it is currently allowed. Identified unsuitable areas, not already closed to recreational sport shooting, will not be closed until public shooting ranges are open as part of the decision.

Only minor changes were made from the draft decision to the final decision, including some clarifying language and the addition of 539 unsuitable acres identified through the objection process. There are three components to the final decision:

- Language amending the Forest Plan to address management of Recreational Sport Shooting;

- A forest-wide map showing areas where Recreational Sport Shooting is unsuitable and will be restricted; and

- An adaptive management strategy that allows the Forest to quickly respond should new or unforeseen safety issues occur in the future.

Additional information, including the final decision and map, is available on our website.

A phased implementation plan will be coordinated with partners as public shooting areas are constructed. Many of the restrictions are contingent on shooting ranges being developed to maintain recreational shooting opportunities in those areas with the most restrictions. Details on the progress of shooting ranges can be found at the Northern Front Range Recreational Sport Shooting Management Partnership’s website.

“This Partnership has provided a great opportunity to have all levels of government come together to find a solution to such a challenging situation while representing many stakeholders,” Colorado Parks and Wildlife Northeast Regional Manager Mark Leslie said. “The contingency on public shooting ranges allows for sport shooting opportunities while addressing safety concerns forest visitors and residents have expressed.”

The Partnership, which includes Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin and Larimer counties, has provided a localized perspective on safety issues and the desire for sustainable RSS activities that they have heard from their constituents.

The Forest Service wants to remind everyone that this decision is in addition to already established rules and regulations for recreational sport shooting.

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40250
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
07:54 PM MT(US)
Hi all-
The USFS has released it's final report on recreational sport shooting: https://www.fs.usda.gov/nfs/11558/www/nepa..._FSPLT3_4656172.pdf It appears that there are no recreational sport shooting areas in Lefthand/James Canyons, instead the Forest and County are encouraging shooters to go to public ranges. Hunting in the forest is still allowed.
40249
Courtney JarochPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
05:57 PM MT(US)
Hi Women!

I have two massage appointment left tomorrow before I leave town for a week 💛 anytime between 11-2:30. Come on in for a relaxing start to your weekend! Book in online through http://www.divinewomanrising.com or call/text me - please find my phone number through my website.

In Joy,
Courtney
40248
Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
02:46 PM MT(US)
Our history with feeding critters is like Hollis...only te Norway rat turned into a pack rat that chose to give birth on my bed whie we were gone! Took her for a ride!😇
40247
Mike fisherPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
01:59 PM MT(US)

Four Post Bedframe - Queen Size. Excellent condition. Note: Bed linens or mattress/bedspring not included.
 
Please text mike at three o three, five seven nine, 0095.
40246
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
11:03 AM MT(US)
And just in case you missed it earlier,
Tonight, Thursday will be so nice.
A chill singer songwriter Davin Baize and a summer favorite:
Grilled Vietnamese Chicken or Tofu with
Rice noodle salad
Coconut rice and chili broccoli
A summer celebration with farm greens
40245
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
11:01 AM MT(US)

FRIDAY-

Have you tried the Merc’s pizza lately? Because it is TASTY!

THE HILLBILLY ALIENS

6-8
40244
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
10:59 AM MT(US)

SATURDAY-

Come check this traveling duo:

HOUND HEART

Chef John is making an elegant Italian Feast-
Pork Ragu
Polenta
Kale and cannellini beans
Fresh tomato and mozzarella
40243
ErynnPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
10:36 AM MT(US)
YOGA THIS EVENING CANCELED!

So sorry for anyone planning to attend, I have hurt my back and need some recovery time... we will reconvene next Thursday! Hope to see you all there.
40242
Leyla JacobsPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
07:23 AM MT(US)
Van speed trap 7:20 am at bottom of lee hill.
40241
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-13-2019
05:05 AM MT(US)
Jeanne, I like seeing the bears, just walking down the road or through the woods. I tried a humming bird feeder, once, at first it was neat, nature TV right at my window. Then I noticed the fights, feathers flying, then I recalled watching a nature show on the African Serengeti and what happens at the watering hole when it starts to dry up, all sorts of strife, stress and worse on the animals. When I had the hummer feeder up it SEEMED that I saw more bears, can't say for sure...

I tried a squirrel feeder once, same results. I felt sorry for them because the previous years pinecone harvest was a bumper crop, they feasted and cached as many as they could, it lasted them the winter and spring. Come summer and fall, their cached cones supply was dwindling, so I put up a feeder, fights ensued. It was rather amusing watching a squirrel try peanut butter for the first time, looked like it needed a glass of milk to wash it down.

Now without any critter feeders at all, the squirrels and hummers still come around and forage on whats available and seem to be doing fine and less stressed. I have noticed a decreased number of bear sightings in my neck of the woods, they must be eating elsewhere ....

Then again, just my observations
40240
Martha RussoPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
09:23 PM MT(US)
Hello JT. I am going to be revitalizing the garden in front of the post office on Saturday, June 15, from 9:00-11:00. Would welcome any and all help. And if you have any plants that you would like to contribute, please bring them by. THANKS
40239
MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
04:33 PM MT(US)
Pies at the Merc this week will be Blueberry, Chocolate Key Lime, and Cherry Amaretto!
40238
Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
03:46 PM MT(US)
😇 Oak..its The old man! Randy..welcome to the of free anything that you can still do! HollisI nominate you for Peace prize for writing what I would have said “wrong ‘! Damn bears?
40237
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
01:29 PM MT(US)

THURSDAY!

Enjoy the beauty that is June in Colorado.

DEVIN BAIZE plays his songs 8-10

We’ll have fresh tasty Vietnamese Grilled Chicken And Rice Noodles, Chili Broccoli And Salad from the FARM.
❤️
40236
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
10:34 AM MT(US)
hey, mr. carbone
i''d love to try and put it together. i need something, as the fu#@*ng pack rat/ or chipmonk slaughtered all my plants in my too-easy-to-enter funky greenhouse.
send me an email if you can....
(who's peter?)
40235
John wattsPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
10:02 AM MT(US)
Sorry I missed your sorrie but it would have taken a supersonic jet to get there and back for VA screwed up appointments. But seem all of you were enjoying a great Jamestown shindig. HAUOLI HANAU my friend and thank you for your friendship.Auguste in spirit and John
40234
peter carbonePerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
09:52 AM MT(US)
Hey folks,i purchased a grow tent 10-9-8ft tall ,trying to put it together was a nitemare its made by quictent .its brand new in the box now,if anyone smarter than me ,wants to purchase this tent ,its avail for half price call me 3 447 9003,thanks Skipper,thats 50.00bucks
Edited 06-12-2019 09:54 AM
40233
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
08:02 AM MT(US)

Happy Springtime Ya'll
40232
ErynnPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
07:58 AM MT(US)

Yoga tomorrow evening in the park! Would love to spend time with anyone interested. Mother Nature will be joining for our listening pleasure.
40231
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2019
06:29 AM MT(US)
Observations in Nature:

I witnessed nature at it's finest over the last couple of months, right in my yard. Mrs. & Mr. Crow found a nice sturdy branch in one of my trees, they built a fine nest, taking turns brooding and feeding their one hatchling. Last weekend the chick fledged, even last years sibling showed up for the party. During this period I had the overwhelming desire to try and help, maybe try and provide an alternative food source, offer to babysit, I did intervene on one occasion in assisting by shooing a squirrel that was getting too close to the nest, squirrels are know for chick-snatching.

But presence of mind and forethought kept me from providing an alternative food source as not to attract bears or other critters. As I observed the crows they were able to find sufficient food sources right in mine and adjoining properties, bugs, worms, and something that looked like a baby squirrel.

Fighting my desire to help or get involved taught me that I could fulfill my desire to enjoy nature and find sufficient satisfaction in the process by just leaving it alone.
Edited 06-12-2019 08:00 AM
40230
Joy BostonPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
07:10 PM MT(US)
Just want to add that Randy's party was so great. Thanks to Rainbow for making it happen! Love you Randy! You are a great neighbor and I love your contribution to this community.
40229
Mark D. WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
07:01 PM MT(US)
Hey There- we could sure use some help watering our garden during the next 6 days or so. Give us a holler if you're available. We'd sure try to make it worth your while. three oh 3 - four 4 nine - two six two one
40228
cflorez3Person was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
06:13 PM MT(US)
Hello,

Posting on behalf of Keith. He misses you and wants to let you all know that he is living down the road now.

Keith is looking for a one man river kayak. Does anybody have one that they are trying to get rid of? Keith is willing to pay or trade for it.

If you know of any opportunities, please call Keith at 1-808-754-3637.
40227
Kate D.Person was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
03:13 PM MT(US)
Does anyone have a USB-C to USB adaptor I can borrow for a couple of hours?
303-444-1601

We were really sorry to miss the Bday party! The whole family got sick...But it looked so joyful, and the music was great! Happy Birthday Randy.
40226
Kathryn WhitePerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
01:15 PM MT(US)
Hello all! Just a reminder the sign up sheets for Fourth of July Jamestown are up in the Merc! (near the drink cooler) Please come sign up and help make this event a great one! 23 days to go!
40225
oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
12:10 PM MT(US)
What a great party last night! Thank you Randy, for your being born and born so generous. Happy happy new day, neighbor!
40224
Randy OPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
11:58 AM MT(US)
I wish to express my deepest
appreciation to any and all who helped me enjoy Rainbow & Crew's Taco Bar fixin's and the great music of Matty G and Poor Free City.
And I'm another day older!
Randy O
40223
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
11:29 AM MT(US)
Commonly referred to as island rock, right below the confluence of James and lefthand creek's
40222
Kate CarbonePerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
11:19 AM MT(US)
Where is the big rock with the dead coyote on it?
40221
CollinTheVideoGuyPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
07:39 AM MT(US)
I did leave them alone.
I wouldnt say having an illeagal camp fire is totally harmless. lol
I have camped all over this country, sometimes in places of questionable legalitity.
Was I dumb enough to burn a fire? No.
40220
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
07:36 AM MT(US)
Ironically enough, the closest legit camping area is right across the street! That is a tricky location, we have been on Human trafficking and Drug house (tent) calls in there, including a 4h hazmat meth lab. It would be easier if the City has signed the area for use, but they haven't yet. Without the signs, enforcement is problematic.
40219
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
07:19 AM MT(US)
Damn bear.
40218
Bear Tracker ReportPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
07:17 AM MT(US)
Actually, for non-emergency dispatch call 303-441-4444.
A nice, smiley Ranger will show up, explain the rules, and provide snacks and directions to the nearest legit camping area.
It's not surprising folks zip in there for a quick overnight on a journey, it's pretty common in the summer.
Hmmm, I'm not sure I prefer seeing campers there or in the flood restoration areas, flattening all the baby daisies ;)-
40217
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
06-11-2019
06:30 AM MT(US)
I don't think anyone contacted the rangers so I imagine they had a nice time and moved on.
40216
RüdigerPerson was signed in when posted
06-10-2019
08:19 PM MT(US)
Just leave those people alone, they were there with children and totally harmless. What do you you think, how often I have done the same thing with Julien when we were on the road and needed a place to spend the night?!
40215
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
06-10-2019
07:46 PM MT(US)
They are camped on City property (Buckingham Park) which is closed dusk to dawn. The fire is technically OK as we're not in a ban, the camping is not. Feel free to contact 911 to report such activity, I imagine the City Open Space rangers would like to know.
40214
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-10-2019
01:28 PM MT(US)
Rats like seeds too, especially if they're on the ground, easy pickings for all. Just a shame we can't selectively feed the wildlife of our choosing.
40213
MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
06-10-2019
10:44 AM MT(US)
Jamestown July 4th Pie Contest Info: If you would like to enter a pie, please go here: https://tinyurl.com/jtpiecontest
to register. Contest is open to everyone! You can submit as many pies as you would like but must fill out a separate form for each one. This year, we are honored to have Professional Chief Pie Judge John Lehndorff leading the judging alongside community member judges. Start thinking about your pie-July 4th is right around the corner!
40212
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
06-10-2019
09:30 AM MT(US)
Clever Fox. "Me? A fox? No, I'm an innocent red squirrel. See me eating this bird seed? Come and join me rat."
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CollinTheVideoGuyPerson was signed in when posted
06-10-2019
09:17 AM MT(US)
Campers in the canyon with a campfire this morning. on FS land by the big rock with the dead coyote on in it.
Whats the policy? We aren't in a fire ban & I am not sure if there were 100' from the road & creek?
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Terry PPerson was signed in when posted
06-10-2019
07:13 AM MT(US)
Red Fox snarfing up the seed I put out for the birds and ground squirrels this morning cutting out the middleman. A moment later, same Red Fox chomping on and running off with a Norway rat. Truly omnivorous.
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JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
08:09 PM MT(US)

Hey everyone! Just a quick reminder I'm doing a presentation about my new job at Intercultural Outreach Initiative this Tuesday at the Merc! Learn how to volunteer abroad in Cuba, Costa Rica, and the Galapagos! We'll start at 6pm and go for 45 minutes and then have time for questions. Rainbow is making delicious gazpacho and drinks will be served. See you then!
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Jah kurtPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
07:50 PM MT(US)
I already got scientists working around the clock making some sort of Arnold Schwarzenegger Danny davito type hybrid. Also merle is kind of on his honey moon so if you see him wondering heed him no mind he's doin fine
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AnnamariaPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
04:38 PM MT(US)

Stuff sack found on Mesa Street.

Come by or post on QT IF it’s yours...
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The Glass Tipi GalleryPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
04:00 PM MT(US)

The Glass Tipi Gallery
“Wings of Spring”
Open House

June 15
5:00pm – 8:00pm

Join us for an Evening of Fine Art Wine & Cheese
Down Town Ward CO
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Nancy EPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
03:05 PM MT(US)
With the distribution of Walkie-Talkie radios this past week, in the event of a phone outage we now have a resident-based emergency communications system in place that intersects with the JVFD and Boulder emergency communications.

As part of this network, several residents around town have volunteered to be “Emergency Liaisons” (ELs). These ELs have Walkie-Talkie radios AND are trained on using the radio in the fire hall. We’ll publish a list in a town email (not here on the public QT) when finalized so if phones are out and you have a need, you can go to an EL. In the meantime, ELs may want to let neighbors and friends know that they have radios.

If you were on the list to get a radio but missed the orientation last week, you can pick up equipment and instructions at the time hall. (See the email I sent out today.)

If you have an existing radio not part of this distribution, you should be able to access the network on Channel 1.

Out thanks to Foothills United Way for the grant $$ to buy the equipment. And to residents who helped design and implement this system: Mayor Ken, David Mans, Robert Hastings, Lynwood, Steve Edelstein, Denise Straus, Colleen Williams, and Laura Williams.
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Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
01:51 PM MT(US)

TOMORROW IS MONDAY JUNE 10th

JOIN US IN THE PARK AT 6pm

Tacos Beer Music Cake!!!!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RANDY OXLEY!!
40203
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
12:19 PM MT(US)
Imagine no more SvH, I'm pretty sure both dogs are neutered, either way progeny would take some extreme human intervention. Maybe they could adopt from the Humane Society, that'd be nice :O)

Wasn't there a cowboy in WY. that married his horse ?

Giddy-Up!
Edited 06-09-2019 12:20 PM
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lynn wilberPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
09:27 AM MT(US)

 . . . . Being a socialist libertarian and no more dissonantly cognizant than the next yahoo, I have no objections to same-sex dog marriages, but, can you imagine the progeny of such a match? Zounds and Gadzooks! SvH (I probly need to consult Leon on this one)
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Michael BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
06-09-2019
08:52 AM MT(US)
Once again Colorado is leading the with with same sex dog weddings.

It's comforting to know that our Grand Dog had married into such a nice family.
40200
David MPerson was signed in when posted
06-08-2019
09:08 PM MT(US)
From the "Really a Long Shot Dept", is anyone driving to/thru Leadville or even Frisco tomorrow late morning? Would love to catch a ride. Have a ride back. What are the odds?!? I'll be playing the lottery if this one comes through! Thanks, David Mans 720-530-0097 txt
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Jah kurtPerson was signed in when posted
06-08-2019
04:03 PM MT(US)
I'd like to thank everyone for their kind words of encouragement to the newlyweds. The ceremony was more beautiful than I could ever have imagined. Thanks Jaye. Also, merle lost his ring almost immediately if anyone sees it somewhere in the big park. Dumpster day best day ever.
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Sylvia W.Person was signed in when posted
06-08-2019
01:35 PM MT(US)
So sorry to have missed the dog wedding, especially the exchanging of the rings. Jaye, did you ever find some people to loan you the appropriate wedding attire for Merle and Maverick? We will be back in town this week coming up. Hopefully, we will have the opportunity to meet the newlyweds. Anyway, Jerry and I hope to be around to celebrate the birth of their first offspring.
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Tim StokesPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
05:12 PM MT(US)
Dear Merle and Maverick,
We’re so sorry to miss your wedding. We will be in Glenwood Springs on the day of your celebration.
Btw your choice of entertainment is superb! Big Gay Al’s Big Gay Boat Ride is a true classic that everyone should see. (On a few occasions I have tried to describe it, and discovered that in order to appreciate it, you just have to see it in person.)
Wendy was wondering if you have registry?
Love Tim and Wendy
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Jaye BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
04:54 PM MT(US)
Last minute announcement! Kurt Dargan and myself are happy to cordially invite anyone in Jamestown who would like to attend OUR DOGS' WEDDING! Merle Haggard (Kurt's dog) and Maverick (Jaye's dog) have been in a long term committed relationship since they met each other almost 5 years ago. They got engaged at the last dumpster days and we will be celebrating their wedding this evening at the big park amongst our friends and neighbors and our friends and neighbors crap. Come by and bring a drink to toast the happy couple. There will be flowers, music, exchanging of rings, and possibly a screening of the south park episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride".

P.S. Does anyone happen to have a medium size dog tuxedo and an extra large dog wedding dress I could borrow?
40195
Jen ObrienPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
02:29 PM MT(US)

Oops! I meant to post the front...
40194
Jen ObrienPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
02:26 PM MT(US)

Kids desk for sale. Worked great middle-high school. Solid wood.
$50. 28 Main St.
40193
Alex Meeker 20 MainPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
01:04 PM MT(US)
Hi Everyone! Just wanted to post a quick note about the Old Fashion CAKE WALK this Fourth of July! We need cake donations to make this fund raiser work. This is NOT a cake contest! You can make a cake from scratch or a box, you can buy a cake at a local grocery or bakery, you could buy or bake a dozen cupcakes. I'm still hoping that some of our premier bakers will make one of their delicious and famous cakes! If you can help out please sign up on the sign up sheets at the Merc or email me: lynniemiddledorf@gmail.com.
For those of you who don't know how a cake walk works it's rather like musical chairs. You pay your money, enter a circle with numbered squares, participants then walk around the circle while the music plays and then when the music stops the person in charge calls out a random number (picked from a hat or jar), and the participant who is standing on (or nearest) the square called is the winner and can pick any cake they want!
I also need some help figuring out music part of this!
Thanks in advance for your help,
Lynnie 303-444-6716
Edited 06-07-2019 01:05 PM
40192
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
10:26 AM MT(US)

YES, the Western Tanagers are beautiful and abundant this year. Same Fox ? Beats me, possibly, but there are lots of foxes around.

If you have neighbors who are new to town, Please inform them of the QT, the SOBs (Save Our Bear group) and ask them to be
responsible with trash, bird seed, cars clean and locked. It's up to us humans to prevent our bears from a free and easy lunch.
The more the Bears are around Humans, the more they start behaving like Humans. which leads to problems. Go figure ;)

Carry on and Peace JT !
~SOB john
Edited 06-07-2019 11:01 AM
40191
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
10:26 AM MT(US)
Dearest Jeanne! Of course! I will be up there today around 1 pm. Can I stop by then? My number is 72o-8o8-4815
40190
Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
10:22 AM MT(US)
 Laura L Williams I put your phone number away in a safe place. Now I can’t find a safe place! Would you stop by sometime when you have five minutes to visit with me.? Jeanne
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Terry PPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
09:39 AM MT(US)
The same Red Fox that cruised Ward Street a few weeks ago? Plenty of ground squirrels about my property. Yum.
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AnnamariaPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
09:36 AM MT(US)
Yes, SOB John, I second that notice that bears know about trash day. Here's a story for you:

Once upon a time, I had to stand at the corner behind our house (Spruce & 16th), banging a garbage can lid and talking sternly (like the Mom Boss I am) to a young cinnamon bear who really wanted that trash. The bear kept its distance, but paced and huffed and would not go away. This went on for about 20 minutes until I was rescued by Victor Smith, my Knight in a Shining White Truck, who just happened to drive by. We threw the trash in the back of his truck and he took it to a dumpster somewhere in the Galaxy.

Let's get ahead of this situation this year. I am not an Orange Bag Person, but I wonder what Orange Bag People should do with their trash on Fridays? I am all for CommUNITY Volunteering, but I can't sign up for that regular community service.

Respectfully,

Mom Boss of Bears (but you can call me MBOB)
40187
CollinTheVideoGuyPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
09:33 AM MT(US)
Hollis-
My Dad retired from the Postal Service and I heard this lots from him. He may be full of shit (especially when talking about the PO) but I think there is truth to it.
And having worked for the post office myself for a stint, I think he was correct based on the volume of junk mail I had to sort.

John-
Saw a wild turkey this morning in the Springdale area.

SvH-
Whats the best way to reach you?
Edited 06-07-2019 09:35 AM
40186
Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
08:46 AM MT(US)
. ! Amen to Oak, Hollis and SOB John.Tanannger alert!!Hearing them for a few days. Creek is singing louder also. Try to stop and listen. (Yes, I know how busy you are but if you are blessed, you also will get old.)
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John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
07:32 AM MT(US)
Big Red Fox just ran down West Mesa. Love it here in the Wild Kingdom!

PS: It's Trash Day Today! and this is the day of the week that we often see bear activity.
Western Disposal usually shows up between 11 - 12AM and the Bears know this too ;)

Save Our Bears JT!
~ SOB john
40184
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-07-2019
04:33 AM MT(US)
Thanks for the link Mark, there's nothing more than I'd like to do than to stop receiving junk mail.

Strange circle we're in, where junk mail pays the bills, waste resources and creates jobs in the recycling business.

I wouldn't have the need for a PO Box if our street addresses counted as billing address, since I receive all my bill's online. I opted for paperless billing...

For those of you that frequent the post office I'll continue to do my part to help keep it afloat by not cancelling junk mail, for now.

Besides, RECYCLING my junk mail makes me feel like I'm helping to save the planet. Might have to get a bumper sticker or 4.
Edited 06-07-2019 04:41 AM
40183
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
11:00 PM MT(US)

....and SATURDAY!

Come party down with the best Dead cover band around.

PEAK TO PEAK

Chef John Campbell’s making:
Santa Maria Tri Tip Steak
Beans
Roasted Potatoes
Caesar Salad
Bread

Yay for summer
40182
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
10:56 PM MT(US)

Hey all everybody!

Grab a pizza pie and catch some tunes by CURT THORNILY before your dumpster days festivities!

Friday-
Music and Pizza Pie 6-8
40181
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
07:46 PM MT(US)
Hollis, my recollection is similar to yours. I recall an meeting at the town hall with postal officials and there was something about they’re considering the volume of mail and probably $ handled by the post office as factors in a closure decisions. I think we were potentially on the chopping block at that time and perhaps still.

My takeaway was that junk mail was a necessary evil for keeping the post office open.

 Maybe someone with a better memory can add to this
Edited 06-06-2019 07:48 PM
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Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
06:09 PM MT(US)
Did anyone pick up a backpack in the canyon? Parker drove off with it on top of his car.
Edited 06-06-2019 06:57 PM
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HollisPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
04:09 PM MT(US)
I was told once that the retail flyers / junk mail in our PO Boxes helps to generate revenue so that the post office can remain open. Can someone verify this ?
40177
Colleen WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
03:07 PM MT(US)
Septic Pumping Rebates Available

The James Creek Watershed Initiative is offering a $50.00 septic rebate to residents of Jamestown when you pump your septic tank. We have 3 left in the grant that we received from Boulder County and would like to provide this opportunity to the community during the summer months. Please email me if you are interested in helping to protect the ground and surface water of James Creek.

colleen@jimtown.org
303-449-2621
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Mark WischPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
01:18 PM MT(US)
Wanna stop getting retail flyers in your mailbox?

Go to - https://www.retailmenot.com/everyday/unsubscribe
Fill out a quick info form; submit; wait a few weeks; no more flyers for 5 years.

Or call 1 800-437-0479 and jump through a few hoops.

This has worked for me twice in my time in JT., MarkWisch
40175
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
01:07 PM MT(US)

Hey!
Reminder about a special upcoming community unity event:

RANDY OXLEY IS TURNING 70!!

This Monday
Small Park
6pm

TACOS BEER AND MUSIC BY POORFREE CITY

All welcome and invited!!
Edited 06-06-2019 01:08 PM
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CollinTheVideoGuyPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
12:34 PM MT(US)
Thanks SvH!
 will swing by on my way from the brown cloud this afternoon.
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lynn wilberPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
11:42 AM MT(US)

Hi Video Guy. I have a small trailer you can borrow or even have for your very own for $30. takes a 7/8" ball. you can see it at 12 12th street. SvH
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oakPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
11:12 AM MT(US)
Speaking as The Queen Bitch Goddess of the 4th of July, no anvils on my watch.
many people don't come to the park, or stay away from the town entirely on the 4th.

If y'all love the anvil, go take it away from the town and blow it up to your black powder heart's content.
Too many people hate it for it to be inflicted on every person present. It's just not fair.
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Jeanne KingPerson was signed in when posted
06-06-2019
09:45 AM MT(US)
 Anvil’s or not?
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