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Aspen (and the quaking aspens)

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    BillMFl
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      So its really beatufull here in Aspen right now. The aspens are all bright yellow on the moutains. We caught perfect weather, mid 70's, cool evenings. All is well in Willyworld right now. Heading south to Gunnison, Durango and Mesa Verde in a few days.  Wish you were here, barf barf. :)

      So its really beatufull here in Aspen right now. The aspens are all bright yellow on the moutains. We caught perfect weather, mid 70's, cool evenings. All is well in Willyworld right now. Heading south to Gunnison, Durango and Mesa Verde in a few days.  Wish you were here, barf barf. :)

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