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    ATT; Karen in Colorado

    paula giles
    Sat Dec 15, 2001 10:27 pm Groupie
    Hi Karen,
    I just seen your picture on your about me page. You are beautiful! The scenery behind you looks very pretty. We went to Colorado on vacation one year. It is my favorite state. We were there for 1 week, and you know its funny but my hair done really well there. ha ha For real it did. I live in Oklahoma and it is so humid and windy here you best to be bald. Paula
    Karen From Colorado
    Sun Dec 16, 2001 8:58 am Groupie
    Thank you for the nice complement Paula. The pic is now about 5 years old but I havent changed much. I don't wear my hair permed anymore either. Straight and waist length now. I am so glad you enjoyed your visit to Colorado. I haven't traveled much but I just can't imagine too many more places more beautiful then my beloved Rocky Mountains. I was born here and have been here all my life. I hope you get the chance to come back again sometime.
    Sun Dec 23, 2001 9:52 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi Karen. Just saw your pic and it made me homesick! I spent the summer in Denver and fell in love with the Rockies. When I (finally!) get to retire I'm headed your way! One more tip on the prime rib: never cover it when it's cooking...also, I never heard of adding liquid either. A cut of meat that good is just naturally tender and juicey. I'm going to try mine on the rotisserie next time, sounds good!
    Karen From Colorado
    Mon Dec 24, 2001 6:30 am Groupie
    Sorry for the delay in answering your post Mary. Just little too much Christmas Cheer on Saturday night sort of blew my Sunday for sure. I am glad you liked Colorado and especially the Rockies. I can't believe that God made a more glorious place on Earth for sure then those very majestic and wild mountains. I love it up there to. I love hiking through someplace where people are scarce. It's not that I am anti-social. I'm just a woodsprite at heart is all While you were here that summer, did you get a chance to find and eat some wild mountain strawberries? Little tiny things but I have never eaten strawberries like those before. Wonderful if you can find enough to make some strawberry pancakes over the campfire. (You need alot. They are only as big as the tip of your pinky finger)
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