A quest and a journey

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A quest and a journey

Greeley woman restores old family homestead while chasing Fourteeners
Trish Conlon took this photo of her stepfather, whom she considers her father, during a climb of Mount Wilson and El Diente, two Fourteeners near Telluride. Conlon and her father finished climbing all the Fourteeners this year.
Trish Conlon takes off her shoes on her front porch before walking inside her restored farmhouse. The homestead was owned by her great uncle for many years before she inherited it from him and renovated it from the studs up. It was named to the National Register of Historic Places in May 2011.
Homesteaded in 1871, this is what the Greeley farm inherited by Trish Conlon looked like in the early 1900s.

A quest and a journey

Trish Conlon took this photo of her stepfather, whom she considers her father, during a climb of Mount Wilson and El Diente, two Fourteeners near Telluride. Conlon and her father finished climbing all the Fourteeners this year.
Trish Conlon takes off her shoes on her front porch before walking inside her restored farmhouse. The homestead was owned by her great uncle for many years before she inherited it from him and renovated it from the studs up. It was named to the National Register of Historic Places in May 2011.
Homesteaded in 1871, this is what the Greeley farm inherited by Trish Conlon looked like in the early 1900s.
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