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Grand County Real Estate transactions

Grand County Transactions Jan. 6-12 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 118 Timeshare No 118632 – Amy Hood and Margo Burrows to Amy Hood, Margo Burrows, Lisa Sackett and Kim Bodo, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 45 Timeshare No 045146 and 045147 – Timothy and Katherine Slattery to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Telemark Condominiums Unit 522, Bldg D – Morris Malnick Trust Amended Restated and Edith Malnick Trust Amended Restated to Derek and Rebecca Traister, $384,113 Granby Ranch Filing 2B, Lot 60 – NVH WIP LLLP, Village Homes to Teresa Jarvi, $595,356.60 Starline Subdivision Lot 1 – Phyllis Loftsgard and Christy Downing to John and Barbara Rankin, $250,000 High Seasons 1,2,3,4 Condos Unit 11 – Robert A Amann Declaration Trust and Mary C Amann Declaration Trust to Sidney and Sharon Herron, $219,375 Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 101, Bldg 6 – Gregory Finch to Joseph Pawlak, $132,500 Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 42 – Bear Crossing LLC to Nicholas and Alison Budor, $420,000 East Mountain Filing 6, Lot 105 – Darrell Keith Brown Family Trust and Lisa Marie Brown Family Trust to James and Cheryl Lawton, $775,000 East Mountain Filing 1, Lot 76 – Bank America NA to Allen and Alissa Bucher, $767,000 Lakota Flg 3, Tract C, Lot 40 – Mark E Hutton Irrevocable Trust to George and Pamela Bruce, Stephen and Barbara Castro-Miller, Aladdin Petroleum Corporation, $210,000 Lake Forest 1st Addn Sub Lot 2, Block 2 – Daniel and Eleanor Haney to Jeffrey and Jean Davis, $60,000

Rep. Jared Polis views Chromebook initiative in Grand County

U.S. Congressman Jared Polis paid a day-long visit to Grand County on Thursday. The fourth term Democratic congressman was in the area for a series of school visits and community forums. Polis visited middle-schoolers at East Grand Middle School and received an overview of the East Grand School District's Chromebook program. He held a school town hall forum at Middle Park High School where he took questions from teachers and students and discussed his legislative priorities for the coming session. In the afternoon Polis stopped by the Mountain Family Center in Granby to hear how the charitable program helps local families and he finished off the evening with a Town Hall event. The Town Hall was held at the Fraser Historic Church Community Center where the congressman fielded questions from local residents. Polis has sponsored or co-sponsored a number of bills in past legislative sessions and will be looking at many of the same issues again for the 114th Congress. Polis has sponsored legislation that would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act and place marijuana under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms & Explosives (ATF). Congressman Polis pointed out that such legislation would not legalize marijuana at the federal level but would allow states and counties full regulatory authority regarding the substance within their jurisdictions. Polis also has high hopes for the Arapaho National Forest Boundary Adjustment Act. The legislation was introduced last year and moved through committee but the bill died at the end of the 113th Congress. Polis reintroduced the bill at the beginning of March. The bill would allow the federal government to purchase a "wedge" of undeveloped land located between Rocky Mountain National Park and the Arapaho National Forest. He said he is very optimistic the legislation will move out of the House and he is working closely with Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet to bring the bill to the Senate. The congressman also said he expects to work once again this year defending the PILT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) program. PILT is a federal program wherein counties with large amounts of federal land can receive federal funds. The funds serve as compensation for tax revenues counties do not collect because they cannot levy taxes on federal land. The State of Colorado received a total of $34.5 million last year from the PILT program while Grand County received $971,914. Polis will again be on the House Education Committee and will be a member of the Natural Resources Committee for the first time this session. He is also one of 11 members of the powerful House Rules Committee, which sets the rules for bringing bills to the House floor. Polis represents Colorado's 2nd House District that stretches from I-25 to Eagle County. He started a series of successful internet-based businesses in the late 1990s. He was a member of the Colorado State Board of Education before being elected U.S. Representative in 2008.

McElroys win ‘Furnacesaurus’ contest

The granddaughter of a homesteader didn’t know it, but her home’s furnace is nearly as old as the Town of Kremmling itself. In the Grand Lake Plumbing and Heating contest seeking the county’s oldest furnace – or “Furnacesaurus”- Therese McElroy’s 113 year-old relic was the hands-down winner, according to Marketing Manager Lindsey Morrow of Grand Lake Plumbing. The house used as the McElroy’s ranch home since 1945 was originally built in 1882, and the Western Oiled Gas Fire Furnace in the basement was installed just before the turn of the century. Originally a diesel-oiled gas furnace, it eventually was converted to coal. Then in the late 1960s, when McElroy’s parents converted the furnace to natural gas, Xcel Energy awarded the McElroys for being the 1,000th customer of natural gas to the area. Their gas meter was painted gold, and Xcel gave them a gas grill and threw a banquet in their honor. Soon, a gazebo was built on the property to accommodate the new grill, Teresa recalled. The “enormous” family furnace has been a trusty workhorse ever since, sputtering out heat in the two story home just outside of Kremmling with a surprising 81 percent efficiency. “Just by looking at it, I knew it was old,” McElroy said. But there are only two vents in her childhood home, one in the downstairs bathroom and one in the living room. An old cook stove in the kitchen and a wood stove in the living room help supplement heat during winters. “It doesn’t warm the house very well,” McElroy said. For wining the contest, the McElroy home has been awarded a new energy-efficient furnace. A retired school nurse who ran her home as a bed and breakfast for 10 years, Teresa said she looks forward to adding new ducts and vents to heat upstairs bedrooms and the kitchen. But since she can’t afford installation of the new furnace, Xcel rebate programs and money through Recharge Colorado is being tapped to help pay, said Morrow. The “Furnacesaurus” contest took place during the month of March with 19 entries and furnaces ranging in age from 6 to 113 years. Technicians were sent out to entrants’ homes to gather information about the furnaces such as serial numbers, which were verified with manufacturers to confirm proper ages. The contest took place in both Routt and Grand counties. “We figured so many people in this area have inefficient heating systems, and with the cold temperatures, we wanted to be able to give back to the community,” Morrow said. And the next contest planned through Grand Lake Plumbing? “Ugliest heating system,” Morrow said. Although details of the contest are still being worked out, this next contest is planned for October and November – just in time for Father Winter. – Tonya Bina can be reached at 970-887-3334 ext.19603

Grand County athletes excel at Colorado State High School Track & Field Championships

Jefferson County Stadium, LakewoodGrand County results2A Boys pole vault: 8. Logan Cummings, West Grand, 12-0; 9. Travis Gore, West Grand, 11-62A Boys team score: 36. West Grand, 3 points3A Boys 400-meter dash: 5. Michael Sobon, Middle Park, 51.133A Boys 110-meter hurdles: 1. Sam Little, Middle Park, 15.113A Boys 300-meter hurdles: 1. Sam Little, Middle Park, 39.153A Boys 4×200 relay: 7. Middle Park (Lutz, Southway, Little, Sobon), 1:32.873A Boys 4×400 relay: 5. Middle Park (Little, Blahnik, Lutz, Sobon), 3:31.973A Boys pole vault: 7. Marc Schmidt, Middle Park, 10-6; 9. Skyler Anderson, Middle Park, 10-63A Boys team score: 7. Middle Park, 37 points3A Girls 200-meter dash: 4. Samantha Berggren, Middle Park, 25.943A Girls 400-meter dash: 1. Samantha Berggren, Middle Park, 56.363A Girls 800-meter run: 1. Samantha Berggren, Middle Park, 2:11.633A Girls 1600-meter run: 1. Samantha Berggren, Middle Park, 5:08.703A Girls 100-meter hurdles: 8. Cheyenne Hickox, Middle Park, 16.983A Girls high jump: 1. Quincey Pedersen, Middle Park, 5-33A Girls pole vault: 2. Katy Mulligan, Middle Park, 9-6; 9. Meghan Allen, Middle Park, 7-63A Girls triple jump: 7. Quincey Pedersen, Middle Park, 34-06 3/43A Girls team score: 4. Middle Park, 60.5 points

Rannow: Some of my favorite Grand County hikes

July in Grand County is my unofficial kick-off to hiking season: roads to trailheads are open, snow has, for the most part, melted off and wildflowers are starting to bloom. With over 800 miles of trails in Grand County, finding a hike to fit your needs over the holiday weekend can be a daunting task. To aid you in your quest for achieving hiking bliss, I've outlined some of my favorite hikes in the county. Read on to learn more about specific hikes and find resources to explore on your own. Easier Trails Adams Falls: Technically part of Rocky Mountain National Park, the Adams Falls trailhead is located just outside of Grand Lake. The out-and-back trail ends .5 miles in with great views of waterfalls, and is modest enough for the whole family to enjoy. Monarch Lake: A 4 mile loop can hardly be considered easy for many, but with a grand total of 113 feet in elevation gain, Monarch Lake is an approachable trail for those wanting to hike a longer distance without having to climb. Moderate Trails Jim Creek: Complete the Jim Creek trail by hiking to the waterfalls, 1.79 miles up from the trailhead, and enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding Continental Divide and Winter Park Resort. Along the course of the trail, Jim Creek increases about 1,200 feet in elevation. Columbine Lake: A big fan of lake hikes, I especially love Columbine for the wildflowers present at various points along the trail. Columbine is an out-and-back hike covering 2.86 miles total, with an elevation gain of just over 1,000 feet. More difficult Byers Peak: In my mind, Byers Peak is known as an iconic Grand County trail for three reasons: the view, the view and the view. The summit of Byers offers stunning vistas spanning the county from the Continental Divide to the Williams Fork Mountains, reaching all the way into Summit County. Expect to gain over 2,500 feet in elevation in the 3-plus miles it takes to get to the top. James Peak: For a day hike, James Peak can be a bit long for many (9 miles total, out-and-back), but the vantage point gained by making the trek is worth it. From the 13,300-plus foot summit, one can see much of Grand County and into the Front Range. Total elevation gain is over 2,200 feet. Hiking resources Want to learn more about the above hikes, or find additional trails in the area? My go-to guide for Grand County hiking is the trail-friendly, spiral bound "Hiking Grand County, Colorado: 3rd Edition" guide by Deborah Carr and Lou Ladrigan. The U.S. Forest Service and local Chambers of Commerce are immensely helpful, as well. For Rocky Mountain National Park trails, check out Both "Hiking Grand County, Colorado" and categorize trails by location and difficulty level; finding the right trail using either source is a quick and easy process. Happy trails!

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, June 19-25, 2011

Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 11, Block 11 – Jeffrey and Laura Underhill to National Residential Nominee Services Inc, $260,500 Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 11, Block 11 – National Residential Nominee Services Inc to Bruce and Karen Linder, $230,000 Lane Subdivision Lot C – David and Sandra McWilliams to Ryan and Molly Turk, $276,500 Frosty Acres 1st Amend Lot 28 – Robert and Nancy Borberg to Douglas and Kathleen Salter, $490,000 Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4365 – David, Mary, Edmund, and Robin Joyce to Pacific Hide Fur Depot, $351,100 SEC 35 and 36 TWP 1N R 76W Partial Legal – See Documents – JGR Ventures to E J R Travel Inc, $80,000 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 85 Timeshare No. 085545 – William B Wahrenburg Trust to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 113 Timeshare No. 113527 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Mark and Michelle McKibben, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 113 Timeshare No. 113511 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Scott and Gisele Smith, $500 Kremmling Country Addition Lot 18, Block 6 – GMAC Mortgage LLC to Secretary Housing Urban Development, $183,021.90 East Mountain Filing 1, Lot 13 – Lisa Development LLC to 1801 Wynkoop 506 LLC, $125,000 Winter Park Village Block 10, Lots 7,8 – Wells Fargo Bank NA, Wachovia Bank NA to Susan Baca, $260,000 Cozens Pointe at Grand Park Unit 302, Bldg D – Cozens Pointe LLC to Chesa and Agnes Fercowicz, $415,000 Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 317 – Frank and Denise Andrews to Daniel Zoretic, $19,500 Hot Sulphur Springs Lot 8, Block 7 – Jeffrey Douglas to Bank New York Mellon, Bank New York, JP Morgan Chase Bank NA TSTE, Popular ABS Inc Mortgage Pass Through Certificates Series 2005-5, $152,203.70 Colorado Anglers Club #1, Lot 4, Block 8 – RME Holdings LLC to Joshua and Tammie Zygielbaum, $20,500 Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 113 – TLC Grand LLC to Robert Knudsen, $30,750 Silverado II Condo Unit 111, Bldg 1, Week 47 – Jordan and Euvgenia House to David and Bessy Ferson, $700 Eagle Ridge on the Summit – PH I, Unit 30, Bldg 3 – Majestic Heights LLC to Timothy and Lori Estes, $289,900 Fairways at Pole Creek Lot 2 33 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Bernard and Kimberly Siegel, $625,000 Scanloch Subdivision Lot 8, Block 7 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Daniel and Renita McGrail, $337,500

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Jan. 16-22

Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 113 Timeshare 113529 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Darin and Renee Mahlow, $500Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 3601 – Kevin and Leann Carreno to Timothy and April Perman, $500,000Village at Riverside 2nd Flg 2, Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot A50 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Spencer and Laura Shiotani, $186,000Sun Valley Ranch Subdivision Lot 28 – Christine Willis and Kenneth Pope Jr to Scott and Michelle Glander, Thomas and Julie Davidson, $165,000Columbine Lake Lot 45, Block 11 – Haas Joint Revocable Trust to Barbara McDonnell, $360,000Lakota Flg 6, TRACT E, Lot 39 – Matthew Elledge and Chad Christensen to Graham and Kathryn Tew, $493,700Grand View Highlands Filing #1, Lot 3, Block 2 – Carl and Gayle Marsh to James and Susan Halloran, $325,000Clubhouse Cabins & Village at Saddle Ridge Lot C 57 – Lacy Family LLLP to Christopher and Estella Fournier, $292,000

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, June 28 to July 11, 2015

Grand County transactions June 28 to July 4 Lot 2 SEC 11 TWP 1N R 79W Partial Legal – See Document; Lot 6 SEC 2 TWP 1N R 79W Partial Legal – See Document – Thomas Hill to Pavel, Vera aMnd Andrei Klimok, $82,000 Zephyr Mountain Lodge Condo Bldg 1 & 2, Unit 1323 – Clean Air Enterprises LLC to Leif and Michelle Hedstrom, $374,000 SEC 32 TWP 1N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Fox Valley Ranch LLC, $120,000 Mountainside SilverCreek Phase I, Unit 4, Bldg B – Big Kahuna Inc to Ha Rental Properties LLC, $70,000 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 92 Week 092547 – George Walter to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Gore City Addn to Kremmling Block 6, Lots 12,13 – Alan and Jane Dvorak to Keith and Jeanette Luttrell, $180,000 Great Divide Head Lettuce Colony TRT 3 – See Documents – $510,000 Old Park Filing #4, Lot 9, Block E – Mark Campbell to David Perry and Taylor Gleason, $165,000 Mountain Terrace Townhomes Lot 4 – River Rocks Development LLC to Geoffrey and Cristina Sweezy, $535,000 Timberlane Heights Subdivision Lot 6, Block 2 – Gregory and Becky Moody to Jane Behan, $185,000 Old Park Filing #3, Lot 2, Block D – Megan McGuire and Theresa Parvin to Tyrel Taylor, $250,000 Mesa Vista Subdivision Lot S31 – Kenneth and Rhonda Kazda to Dalia Munoz and Samuel Marquez, $192,700 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 22 A&B, Unit 1 – Brandon Zagar and Christiana Nelson to Erika Cohen, $98,000 Columbine Lake Lot 22, Block 5 – Harold W Hansen Sr Trust and Beverly Ann Hansen Trust to Trela Phelps and Laura Fast, $36,000 Granby 2nd Lots 1,2,17,18,19,20,21, Block 1 Partial Legal – See Documents – Randy and Karyl Schmuck to Mountain Valley Investments LLC, $300,000 Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 53 Timeshare 053104; Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 75 Timeshare 075136 – Carl and JoAnne Carlson to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 96 Timeshare 96510 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Duane and Margaret Reaugh, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 83 Timeshare 083549 – John and Hyon Watkins to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 666 – Invisihitch Rockies Inc to Karl Mann, $43,000 Shadow Pointe Lot 6 – Steven and Diana Alexander to Mark and Linda Chapdelaine, $485,000 Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 202, Bldg 2 – Farm Properties Inc to Bradley and Christine Cillian, $185,000 Granby Ranch Filing 1, Lots 2, GT2 – Shelly Gochis to Richard and Cynthia Pacello, $490,000 Granby Ranch Filing 2B, Lot 60 – Teresa Jarvi to Garett and Valerie Edde, $572,000 SEC 33 TWP 1N R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – Laura Wissman and Tracy Plehn to Jay Dekovic, $17,400 Snowblaze Bldg B, Condo Unit 33 – John Daniel Uhlhorn Revocable Living Trust to Jeffrey Osoba, $280,000 Val Moritz Village 2nd Filing Lot 2, Block 7 – Bruce Wisner to Adamo Busacca, $33,500 Iron Pony I Subdivision Lot 2 – CFRH II LLC to Kevin and Kelly Weeks, $308,200 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 14, Unit 8 – Holly and Thomas Bender Jr, Douglas Roby III to Courtney Kirchner, $177,500 Pine Beach Subdivision Block 4, Lots 11,12 – Wells Fargo Bank National Association to CWC Holdings LLC, Abby Clark Holdings LLC, $325,000 Grand County Transactions July 5-11 Granby Block 6, Lots 27,28 – Todd and Jennifer Metz to Larry and Wendy Carmichael, $45,000 Winter Park Highlands Unit 4, Lot 2 – Thomas Balazy and Maureen Brothers to John Krueger and Romina Canton, $58,000 Parry Peak Lofts Condos Unit 113, Garage No 113 – Loft 113 LLC to Edward Batchelor and Melanie Hardman, $675,000 Columbine Lake Lot 12, Block 10 – Thomas and Jane Lose, Toby Stensland to Patrick Lhermitte and Sandra Neely, $359,000 SECS 30,31 TWP 1N R 78W Partial Legal – See Documents – Patterson and Kathleen Shaw to Company Ranch LLC, $500 Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Block 5, Lots 18,19 – Bank New York Mellon, Bank New York TSTE, CWALT Inc, Alternative Loan Trust 2006-24CB, Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Series 2006-CB to Michael McKinstry, $253,000 Old Park Filing #2, Lot 14, Block B – James Emerson to Gregory and Angela Hoeft, $45,000 Tabernash, E.J. Vulgamotts 2nd, Lot 23 – W Gary and Janet Stemple to Matthew and Rebecca Carlson, $219,000 Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 2, Unit 2201 – Tai Dan Hsu to Philip Wood, $52,000 Kremmling Country Addition Lot 17, Block 6 – William Mead to Joni and Orozco Castillo, $185,000 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 104 Timeshare 104552 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Richard and Shelia Grogan, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 104 Timeshare 104511 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to William and Marianne Ward, $500 Old Park Lot 36 – Brek Derrick to Ali Boukhalfa, $260,000 Beaver Village Flg #1, Bldg 1, Unit 303 – Judith Fulmer to Clara L Winter Trust, $155,000 Lot 26 SEC 27 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Gertrude Long Living Trust to John Treiber, $185,000 Grand Lake Block 33, Lots 3,4 – Stuenkel Family Trust to Woodpecker Hill LLC, $440,000 Hi Country Haus Bldg 21, Unit 5 – Joseph S Davis Jr Trust to Randolph Wright, $225,000 Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 20, Lots 16,17 – Gordon and Maryan Demarest to Estela Munoz, $80,000 Lakeview Waterside West Condos Unit 110 Bldg C – Michael and Elizabeth Barnes, Paige Terlip to Raymond and Beth Watts, $208,000 Columbine Lake Block 12, Lots 2,5 – Janice Jenkins to Gregory Kasel, $282,000 Lemmon Lodge Condo Lot 25 – Philip and Elaine Mueller to Gene and Rosanne Almy, $46,000 Wray Subdivision Exemption TRT 1 – James and Mary Wray to Mark Hovdestad and Monica Chabot, $430,000 Molters No. 1 & No. 2 Subdivision Exempt Lot 4 – Lazy-J-Lodge LLC to Joshua and Tia Tweed, $434,500 Alpine Park Subdivision Block 4, Lots 7,8,9,10,11 – Eric and Julia Witte to Timms Dallas Davis, $262,000 Cascade Company Subdivision TRT 1 – Anthony Living Trust to Henry Anthony Trust and Edna Anthony Trust, $500 Valley East Condo Unit C, Lot 18 – Marcia Dewey to Matthew Jurak, $122,000 Winter Park Tennis Club Condo Unit 114 – Barbara J Brown Revocable Trust to Heinz Engel and Margaret Engel Narmore, $322,000 Sky View Acres Subdivision Lot 23 – Madalyn Hendren to Michael and Christi McBride, $372,500

Damaged Forest Service roads to remain barricaded during early hunting seasons

GRANBY – A large snowpack followed by high runoff this spring left numerous U.S. Forest Service roads severely damaged this season, and due to the extent of the problems and lack of available funds, some roads will remain closed until repairs can be implemented.The district is actively seeking funding for needed repairs.While many of these roads have been closed to the public since the damage occurred, Forest Service personnel are assessing opportunities to place barricades closer the point of damage to allow hunters greater access into some of the region’s most coveted hunting areas. Wherever possible, barricades will be placed at the turnaround nearest to the point of damage. Hunters and other visitors to the Sulphur Ranger District should watch for temporary signage posted along damaged routes. Road Damage SummaryStillwater:• 123 (Stillwater Pass) – Washout on north side of road at junction with the Vagabond Ranch access road (123.4A). Passable, one lane. • 123 (Stillwater Pass) – Slump on south side of road about 4 miles west of Idelglen Staging Area. One lane road. 10 mph speed limit advised.• 121.1 (Kauffman Road) – Impassible washout in road. Road is currently closed at gates near the junction of 123 to the north and about 1 mile past the junction of 190.1 (Kauffman South) to the south. • 113/834.1 – Passable slump on 113 has taken out nearly half of the road about 1.5 miles from intersection of 123 (Stillwater Pass). Use caution.• 120 – Erosion damage on west side of road. Passable. Cabin Creek• 112 – (Cabin Creek) Extensive damage about 1.5 miles from intersection of U.S. Highway 124. Passable. Beaver Creek• 133 (Beaver Creek) Extensive road damage approximately 4 miles east from U.S. Highway 40 at the west end of Byers Canyon. Runoff cuts through road in three locations. A fourth impassible washout, about 8 feet wide, occurred at the intersection with 260.1. Farther south, about a half-mile from the junction of 133 and 878.2, a landslide obscures a portion of the road. Beaver Creek is currently open from the west for about 4 miles east from U.S. Highway 40. From the east, Beaver Creek is currently open from the junction of 139 (Crooked Creek) about 4 miles to the junction with 260.1. Church Park• 880.1 (Rocky Point/County Road 53) – Roads in the area of the 2010 Church Park Fire are still closed to the public. Closure is effective through at least Sept. 30, 2011. Keyser Ridge• 140 (Keyser Ridge) – Complete road washout at the junction of 140 and 139 making Keyser Ridge Road inaccessible in its entirety from the junction with 139 near Horseshoe Campground. The river now runs through the road and a new bridge will be necessary to complete the repair. Currently the Keyser Ridge road system is only accessible via the K&K connection trail off Kinney Creek Road. • 141.1 (Kinney Creek) – Seep across road about 3 miles from intersection with County Road 30 poses risk of getting a vehicle stuck. Test before attempting to cross.

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, March 8-14, 2015

Grand County transactions, March 8-15 Beaver Village Flg #3, Bldg 18, Unit 203 – James and Susan Downs to Mark and Kimberly Angilletta, $170,000 Grand Lake Lot 14, Block 34 – Michael and Carolyn Nickerson to Douglas Scudamore and Jennifer Relch, $432,000 Silverado I Condo Unit 101, Bldg B – Zumdahl Trust to Michael and Tracy Scholl, $70,000 Tabernash, E.J. Vulgamotts 1st, Lot 1, Block 2 Partial Legal – See Document – Angela McCormick, Angela Bauerly to Ronald and Karissa Gagnon, $295,000 Iron Horse Building C, Condo Unit 2053 – Peter and Christina Longi to WPHH LLC, $113,500 Mountain Shadows Estates PH3 Lot M40 – Ann Petersen to Kevin Evetts and Sharon Fahmy, $179,900 Clubhouse Cabins & Village at Saddle Ridge Lot C7 – Robert and Eileen Hunnes to Park Plaza Investors LLC, $1,000 Winter Park Ranch 1st Filing, Lot 27 – 997 Mulligan LLC to Ashley Libby, $86,000 Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing, Lot 22, Block 2 – Ann Kelly to Douglas and Andrea Gammell, $355,000 Blue Valley Acres Lot 9, Block 5 – Charles Collard to Todd Nelson, $75,000 Winter Park Ranch 5th Filing, U S 64 – Donald and Teresa Marks to Sprengboard Ventures, LLC, John and Janet Liniger, $465,000 Kremmling Block 5, Lots 13,15 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Tai Long, $175,000 C Lazy U Preserves Lot 3 – Hudler Holdings LLC to Rick A Pederson LLC, $550,000 C Lazy U Preserves Lots 1,5 – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner Inc to Rick A Pederson LLC, $1,100,000 C Lazy U Preserves Lot 6 – C Lazy U Preserves Owners Association Inc to Rick A Pederson LLC, $500 C Lazy U Preserves Lot 2 – E Diamond H Ranches LLC to Rick A Pederson LLC, $500 East Mountain Filing 3, Lot 30 – Darya and John Prassl III to Prassl Family Trust, $500 Homestead Hills Subd Filing #3, Lot 18 – Thomas and Nancy Schneider to James and Christina Davis, $465,000 Lookout Village Condo Unit 6, Bldg A – Michael and Maria Martin to Zachariah Falconer-Stout and Gerald Gugerty, $225,000 Douglass Minor Sub Lot 11B – Lannis Miller to Laura and Edward Shade Jr, $123,000 Grand Lake Block 42, Lots 9,10 – Paul Rivera to Adeline and Frederick Kerstiens, $329,000