Storm left some happy, some not

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More than a foot of mountain snow from the weekend storm made for abundant winter fun Monday near Haviland Lake.
Donald Schoonover, a salesman for Southwest Auto Center, clears cars Monday morning as snow fell.
A blanket-covered horse does not seem as happy Monday as the skiers and snowboarders driving past on U.S. Highway 550 on the way to Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort. DMR reported more than 3 feet of snow form the weekend storm.
The answer is snow or at least that’s how it appears Monday morning in front of the Main Mall as snow gathers on the statue titled “Waitin’ on an Answer” by Loveland Sculptor Gerorge Lundeen.

Storm left some happy, some not

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More than a foot of mountain snow from the weekend storm made for abundant winter fun Monday near Haviland Lake.
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Donald Schoonover, a salesman for Southwest Auto Center, clears cars Monday morning as snow fell.
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A blanket-covered horse does not seem as happy Monday as the skiers and snowboarders driving past on U.S. Highway 550 on the way to Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort. DMR reported more than 3 feet of snow form the weekend storm.
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The answer is snow or at least that’s how it appears Monday morning in front of the Main Mall as snow gathers on the statue titled “Waitin’ on an Answer” by Loveland Sculptor Gerorge Lundeen.
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