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Thank you very much for your "Postcard" about the Saguache Crescent (HCN, 2/4/2013, "There ain't no app for that"). As a 1977 graduate of Colorado College, I had the pleasure of visiting Saguache on a number of occasions. On one such visit, we were the front-page headline, as in Colorado College Students Visit Saguache. I recall that an accompanying front-page story reported on how a named local resident did nothing that weekend, so we were in good company. Kudos to HCN for keeping these little corners of the West alive.

Dan Thorndike
Ashland, Oregon

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