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Old 03-24-2012, 11:20 AM
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I am the caretaker at the Paton House in Patagonia Arizona, some one from This area left their camera bag it has 3 sd cards with photos 1-8g card,2-2g cards. There are photos of what looks like a cheerleading rally at Winter Park High School along with Ski photos and their A-NZ'11 photos. I am sure that the photos are being missed. I would be willing to mail the items to their rightful owner. My e-mail is lmorgan11637@gmail.com or phone 5290-394-2340. Thanks for your help.
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Old 03-25-2012, 12:42 AM
Location: 900 miles from my home in 80814
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Winter Park or Woodland Park high school? Woodland Park is west of Colorado Springs, and Winter Park is west of Denver. Also, I'm not sure that Winter Park has its own schools, so it's probably Woodland Park. Did you post on the Denver board, too? That's really nice that you're looking for the owner! Maybe someone in Woodland Park knows a parent of a student who went to Australia-New Zealand in 2011?

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Old 04-11-2012, 11:30 AM
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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I absolutely love Woodland Park and go hiking up there as much as possible. I've heard that Rte. 24 gets plowed and is well taken care of at first snow fall, so there are really no problems commuting into the Springs. The people are extremely friendly up there too. Sorry I don't have more info on housing, etc. but Good luck!
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Old 11-10-2013, 07:29 PM
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Hello Poker Munkee, I came across an old post of yours about the mobile home parks in Woodland Park. Not sure where you got your info, but you are a little confused about the Ute Chief Mobile Home Park and hope you don't mind an FYI. Ute Chief is in the middle of Woodland Park along Columbine Ave. The Park you are referring to by Wal-Mart is Woodland Village. The old septic ponds were to next door to it, further west on Highway 24. The ponds were filled in and now the land is being used by the Woodland Park Saddle Club as a riding arena until they can hopefully build a new equestrian center in Divide. The ponds are not underneath the mobile home park. The land where Woodland Village is used to be a campground before it was a mobile home park. I used to live in Woodland Village (happily after the ponds were filled in) so I know what I am sharing is correct. Cheers!
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