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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Lives in: Glenwood Springs (here for the season; Caceres is originally from Asuncion, Paraguay)
Favorite place in Garfield County: “The river trail. I always like to go there and sit on the benches and see the river and the ducks.”
Favorite place in the world: “I never went to it, but I think Paris. I would love to go there.”
Favorite thing to do on a Sunday: “I like to be with my family, and I like to go run or to walk. I like to be with my friends and just hang out.”
What’s the most important thing in your life? “To fulfill my dreams.
“Like this one, coming here was like a dream, just to go to another place, meet new people.”
Lives in: Glenwood Springs (He’ll be here for the next two months before returning to his hometown of Lyon, France.)
Occupation: “I’m just visiting friends.” (In France, he’s a cook)
Favorite place in Garfield County: “The hot springs pool.”
Favorite place in the world: “I don’t know. Seriously, I don’t know.”
(After being coaxed)
Favorite thing to do on a Sunday: “I like to cross the mountain, on skis or whatever.”
What’s the most important thing in your life? “That would be my family.”
Lives in: West Glenwood Springs (originally from Pennsylvania and New Jersey)
Favorite place in Garfield County: “Oh, probably Rifle Falls.”
Favorite place in the world: “Actually, Colorado.” (Laughing)
“Growing up in New Jersey, it was crowded. I just love the open space, clean air. I think it’s a great place to raise my kids.”
Favorite thing to do on a Sunday: “I like to watch my daughter’s soccer games and gymnastics meets if they happen to fall on a Sunday.”
What’s the most important thing in your life? “My kids.”
Lives in: Glenwood Springs (originally from Detroit)
Occupation: “I work in a ski shop, and I work in a hockey shop, and that’s about it.”
Favorite place in Garfield County: “Sunlight Mountain.”
Favorite place in the world: “Moab.”
Favorite thing to do on a Sunday: “Eat burgers at my buddy’s house.”
What’s the most important thing in your life? “Having fun.”
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Messaging from CDOT changes, but Independence Pass is noted as closed on its website but not for mudslides
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