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YOT Club: Joni Williams, Dradi Wicklund, Shanon Wright, Jessica Squatrito, Mairis Maestas, Laura Hill
111817 Photo by Linda Navarro
YOT Club: Joni Williams, Dradi Wicklund, Shanon Wright, Jessica Squatrito, Mairis Maestas, Laura Hill 111817 Photo by Linda Navarro
The fudge case at Cole's Gourmet Popcorn & Treats is full of many varieties, including two pumpkins, pumpkin cheesecake and pumpkin pie. Monday, December 4, 2017. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Rocky Mountain Community Land Trust celebration: Justin Grant of Goat Patch Brewing checked out a holiday silent auction item. His Red Ale was poured during the event.111617 Photo by Linda Navarro
Rocky Mountain Community Land Trust celebration: Justin Grant of Goat Patch Brewing checked out a holiday silent auction item. His Red Ale was poured during the event. 111617 Photo by Linda Navarro
Space Blue Origin
This photo provided by Blue Origin shows the New Shepard Crew Capsule 2.0 after landing in west Texas during a test on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017. Named after the first American in space, Alan Shepard, the spacecraft made a 10-minute suborbital flight. An instrumented test dummy was aboard, named Mannequin Skywalker. (Blue Origin via AP)
The Best Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post.
1418 N. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
1418 N. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, in 2016. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Pinot Noir grapes are shown in a bin on the first day of harvest at a winery in Napa, Calif. Pinot Noir presents more of a challenge for value hunters, but they are out there. These offer good varietal character for not much money: 2013 Light Horse California ($15) and 2015 Bread & Butter California ($15).
Buckwheat Crepes With Sauteed Apples. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post.
INCLINE OPENING
Ted Schweitzer, front, resorts to using his hands as he climbs up one of the steeper sections of the newly renovated Incline trail Friday, December 5, 2014. The Incline was closed for three-months as it underwent $1.5 million facelift to improve loose railroad ties, erosion control and remove debris. Many hikers agreed that the trail was made steeper with the improvements. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette