Meet Your Neighbors
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Lives in: Glenwood Springs (originally from Namicipa, Mexico)
Occupation: freshman at Glenwood Springs High School
What’s your favorite movie? “‘Titanic,’ because it’s sad.”
What’s your favorite thing about winter? “The snow. I like the snow.”
Your least? “The coldness.”
If someone gave you $100 right now, what would you do with it? “I would go shopping.”
Lives in: Glenwood Springs (originally from Denver)
Occupation: regional sales manager for Aspen Research Corp.
What’s your favorite movie? “‘Forrest Gump.'”
What’s your favorite thing about winter? “I guess my favorite thing about winter would be I’m just that much closer to summer.”
The least? “It would be all the tourists that don’t know how to drive in the winter.”
If someone gave you $100 right now, what would you do with it? “I’d invest in T-Bills.”
Lives in: Glenwood Springs (originally from Los Angeles)
Occupation: student at CMC
What was the last song you had stuck on your head? “‘Psychological,’ by Slipknot. It’s like heavy metal stuff, and that’s why it gets stuck in my head.”
What’s your favorite thing about winter? “I’ve never been snowboarding, so I think that would be cool.”
Your least? “Walking.”
If someone gave you $100 right now, what would you do with it? “I’d try to find another $100, so I could buy this bass guitar.” (And he pointed to a classified listing in the paper)
Lives in: Rifle (originally from Salt Lake City)
Occupation: bookkeeper in Glenwood
What’s your favorite song? “‘The Way We Were,’ by Barbara Streisand.”
How was Cabo San Lucas (where she just vacationed)? “It was great. It was a paradise. My nephew got married. We did a destination wedding on the beach. It was my first vacation away from the grandkids I’ve been raising.”
What’s your favorite thing about winter? “Building snowmen. Having snowball fights with the grandkids.”
Your least? “The drive, the drive from Rifle to Glenwood.”
If someone gave you $100 right now, what would you do with it? “Go buy the grandkids some new shoes.”
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