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 Post subject: Re: Crow Hill - 1930s
Post Posted: May 17, 2017 9:39 am 
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There were too many trees in the way to get a better view from Google Earth, but it sure looks like you nailed from the skyline at least.

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Post Posted: May 18, 2017 6:17 am 
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I wondered if the trees would be in the way. It's amazing how some things change and others stay the same.

Jim- That is a neat photo. Thanks for sharing! Do you know of any photos of the Burland Ranchettes area from around the same time period?


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No, I sure don't. I searched the Archives database for Burland but nothing. It would be interesting to know if there is an historic ranch name associated with the Burland area.

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Burland was built on the ranch originally homesteaded by Charles Fitzsimmons (father of Jess, who was born there). I haven't found any photos of the ranch yet in the archives. Walt Burke and Gil Weakland were partners with former governor Roy Romer in owning Geneva Basin.

http://www.burlandhomeowners.org/index.php/history


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Post Posted: May 18, 2017 1:21 pm 
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Awesome stuff! Not sure if this exists, but it would be great to see a map with the original 285 route from Morrison to Bailey showing all the adjustments that were made over the years and what year they were completed.

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