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By Kurtis Kelly Special to the Trail-Gazette
o help inspire area residents to think in new and exciting ways about the opportunities that await with just a few simple financial changes in their lives, the Estes Valley Library is host-
ing a special workshop titled “The Change in Your Pocket” on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. Financial Programs Consultant Marsha Yelick will lead attendees on a lighthearted but informative journey on the ways to get on track with positive new habits in the area of money man-
agement. “It all starts with the ‘change’ in your pocket,” Yelick notes. The free session will examine all the reasons people don’t do a better job of handling money (no personal confessions necessary). Participants will understand some psychological tricks
that humans play on themselves (and some simple ways to correct those errors). Yelick will list the ten most important tasks for the New Year, and then allow time for attendees to actually do a few of the tasks within the time allotted. “The ‘change’ in your pocket could be worth much
more than you think.” Yelick says. Space is limited, so participants should register at estesvalleylibrary.org or call 970-586-8116, then join the library’s Common Cents Counts Financial Consultant, Marsha Yelick, as she shows some easy paths to financial stability and happiness.
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2110 Ute Court • $725,000
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Hotel. 2 p.m. • Jan. 19: Lori Flynn. Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 5 p.m. • Jan. 22: Dick Orleans. Rock & Folk. Coffee on the Rocks. 5:30 p.m. • Jan. 22: Open Mic with Justin Faye. Lonigans. 9 p.m. • Jan. 23: Ladies Night with The Dennis -Tobias Band. Rock. The Estes Park Resort. 6 p.m. • Jan. 23: Bluegrass Jam. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m. Jan 24: Dick Orleans and Diane Jean. Rock & Folk. Sweet Basilico. 5:30 p.m. • Jan. 24: Dennis -Tobias Band. Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza at Elkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m. • Jan. 24: Just Jill. Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m. • Jan. 24: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9 p.m. • Jan. 25: Sarah Caton. Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 5 p.m. • Jan. 25: Dennis - Tobias Band. Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza at Elkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m. • Jan. 25: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9 p.m. • Jan. 26: Amanda Valley. Piano. The Estes Park Resort. 10 a.m. • Jan. 26: 40th Parallel Woodwind Quintet. The Stanley Hotel. 2 p.m. • Jan. 29: Dick Orleans. Rock & Folk. Coffee on the Rocks. 5:30 p.m. • Jan. 29: Open Mic with Justin Faye. Lonigans. 9 p.m. • Jan. 30: Ladies Night with The Dennis -Tobias Band. Rock. The Estes Park Resort. 6 p.m. • Jan. 30: Bluegrass Jam. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m. • Jan. 31: Dick Orleans and Diane Jean. Rock & Folk. Sweet Basilico. 5:30 p.m. • Jan. 31: Dennis - Tobias Band. Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza at Elkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m. • Jan. 31: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9 p.m. Feb. 1: Arthur Lee Land. Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m. Feb. 1: Dennis -Tobias Band. Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza at Elkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m. Feb. 1: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9
Estes Park Radio
KREV 104.7 FM Estes Park Community radio.
6--9 a.m. Morning Music 9--10 a.m. What’s the Word 10--Noon Sounds from the 50’s Noon--2 p.m. Jazz and Big Band 2--3 p.m. Lux Radio Theater 3--4 p.m. Afternoon Classical 4--5 p.m. Footlight Parade 5--7 p.m. Dinner Music 7--9 p.m. Evening Classical 9--11 p.m. Lights Down Low 11 p.m.--6 a.m. All Night Music 6--9 a.m. Morning Music 9--1 a.m. Old Time Radio Shows 11 a.m.--1 p.m. Music 1920’s -1940’s
Jan 17: Dick Orleans and Diane Jean. Rock & Folk. Sweet Basilico. 5:30 p.m. • Jan. 17: Dennis - Tobias Band. Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza at Elkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m. • Jan. 17: Troublesome Gulch. Bluegrass. The Rock Inn. 7 p.m. • Jan. 17: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9 p.m. • Jan. 18: VocalEase & Trail Ridge Trio. Vocal Quartet & Music Trio. Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church. 3 p.m. • Jan. 18: Dennis -Tobias Band. Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza at Elkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m. • Jan. 18: Tom Thomas. Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m. • Jan. 18: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9 p.m. • Jan. 19: Amanda Valley. Piano. The Estes Park Resort. 10 a.m. • Jan. 19: Jon Pickett. Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 11 a.m. • Jan. 19: Sandra Wong and the Thyme Quintet. The Stanley
Paul’s Show An Into the Music Hwy 61 Dinner Music Easy Listening 9 p.m.--12 a.m. Evening Classical 12 -- 6 a.m. All-Night Music 6--8 a.m. Praise Music 8--10 a.m. Hymns 10--11 a.m. Inspirational Messages 11 a.m.--1 p.m. Paul’s Show 1--3 p.m. Afternoon Classical 3--5 p.m. Folk Music 5--7 p.m. Dinner Music 7--9 p.m. Traditional Jazz 9 p.m.--Midnight Evening Classical Midnight-- 6 a.m. All-Night Music 1--3 p.m. 3--5 p.m. 5--7 p.m. 7--9 p.m.
p.m. Feb. 2: Amanda Valley. Piano. The Estes Park Resort. 10 a.m. Feb. 5: Dick Orleans. Rock & Folk. Coffee on the Rocks. 5:30 p.m. Feb. 5: Open Mic with Justin
Faye. Lonigans. 9 p.m. Feb. 6: Bluegrass Jam. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m. Feb. 7: Chain Station Mountain Music. Bluegrass. The Rock Inn. 9 p.m. Feb. 7: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9 p.m.
FIRST COLORADO REALTY When you want to know about Estes Park area real estate, call the experienced professionals at First Colorado Realty. We specialize in primary and vacation homes and condos, vacant land and commercial property. Call 586-3333 or 800-401-7750. PEAK REALTY When you are looking for your perfect ‘piece of the Rockies,’ get the power of Peak Realty. Call us at 800- 530-8812 or, locally, 970-586-9551. Stop by our new location at 433A West Elkhorn Ave. in Estes Park. COLDWELL BANKER - ESTES VILLAGE PROPERTIES Where the Estes Valley has been coming for real estate solutions for over 25 years. We combine Coldwell Banker’s global resources with our local expertise and small-town way of doing business to make your real estate transactions both successful and enjoyable. For the most complete and current listings in the Estes Valley, visit us at 320 E. Elkhorn, call us at 586-4425, or toll-free at 1-800-726-1405. Or visit us at www. estesparkrealestate.com. MOUNTAIN PARADISE REAL ESTATE For 32 years of real estate experience in Estes Park, call (970) 586-0713 or visit our website at
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www. mountainparadiserealestate.com. PRUDENTIAL TEAM REALTY Dating back to 1875, the Prudential name, along with the “Rock” logo, has stood for strength, stability and integrity. When home buyers and sellers see a Prudential Team Realty sign in your yard, they will link the “Rock” with remarkable service, quality and trust. Prudential Team Realty in Estes Park adds to this image with over 165 years of combined Broker real estate experience. Visit our office in the Stanley Village Shopping Center. RE/MAX MOUNTAIN BROKERS RE/MAX Associates average twice the experience & three times as many sales per agent than other real estate professionals. When it’s time to sell or buy, it’s time to turn to RE/MAX. The hometown experts with a world of experience. Call today. 970-586-5324 or 1-800-827-8780. Tour our listings at www.remaxmountain- brokers-estes-park-colorado.com. RANGE REALTY We are the oldest real estate company in Estes Park, offering you professional and friendly service for all your real estate needs. Please call us at 970-586-2345, or visit our website, at www.rangerealty.com
Sandra Wong Trio to perform Sunday
By Lanty McCartney Special to the Trail-Gazette
Concert moved to MacGregor Room in Stanley
andra Wong, Charlie Parker Mertens, and Greg Tanner Harris come together in dynamic combinations of nyckelharpa/fiddle, bass and vibraphone/piano/Ghanaian gyil/world hand percussion to explore music from all corners of the globe, including their own compositions. Reaching into their individual roots of classical, African, bluegrass, jazz, Scandinavian, Middle-Eastern, old-time American music and more, their arrangements honor each tradition while moving into new unchartered territory. Sandra, Charlie and Greg create a musical playground for everyone (both musicians and listeners) to explore, play, stretch, and grow in a joyful space. Multi-Instrumentalist Greg Tanner Harris leads the “Greg Harris Vibe Quintet,” and is a member of bluegrass legend Pete Wernick’s Flexigrass; hip-hop/jazz/soul group Future Jazz Project; New World Citizen Band; 9th & Lincoln Orchestra; and SuperCollider. Among his work as a studio musician, he has released five albums. Greg has a great interest in the West African Xylophone called the Gyil (pronounced JEE-lee), the national instrument of the Lobi and Dagara people of Ghana, Burkina Faso and Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa. He also plays an assortment of Frame Drums from around the world, exploring the Bodhran of Ireland and the Doyra of Uzbekistan. He received an M.M. in Music Performance, Percussion at the University of Colorado, Boulder and a Music Education and Music Perfor-
Greg Tanner Harris
• Artists: Sandra Wong Trio: Sandra Wong-violin and nyckelharpa, Greg Tanner Harris-vibraphone, piano, Ghanaian Gyil, world percussion and Charlie Parker Mertens-bass • Program: Global Roots – New Shoots, • Date/Time: Sunday, Jan. 19, @ 2 p.m. Place: MacGregor Room at the Stanley Hotel • Admission: $10 at the door or Save By Subscription: $80 for a block of ten tickets of your concert choice of the Winter Series with no expiration date. Children and Students admitted free. • This concert is sponsored Ed and Marge Getchell.
Sandra Wong mance Bachelor of Arts degree from Fort Lewis College. Sandra Wong began studying the violin at age seven with the intention of becoming a concert violinist. This remained her sole focus for 15 years until she discovered fiddling. Since then, Sandra’s focus with her music has shifted from being an isolated musician striving for technical perfection, to a focus on connecting other people and cultures through music as a way to build community and express our common humanity. Opening this door with an exploration of Irish, old-time and Bluegrass music, her folk music journey has moved her into her current livelihood of teaching, performing, recording and collaborating with other musicians from a diverse range of world music genres. In 1999, Sandra opened another door when she discovered a 14th century Swedish folk instrument called the nyckelharpa and fell in love. This is a 16 stringed, keyed instrument played with a bow. Sandra toured nationally and internationally as a solo artist and in collaboration with various musicians. Recently, she released two collaborative albums; “Frolic and Romp” in 2009 and “Sunny Side Up” in 2010. Sandra has recorded on a number of her contemporaries projects. Her discography is available upon request. As an active member of 1%
For the Planet, a percentage of all of Sandra’s CD sales and proceeds from concerts support responsible projects working to create sustainability on our planet Earth. Charles Parker Mertens, aka Likemind aka Murda Mertens, is an international performer, multi -instrumen-
talist, producer, and music educator residing in Denver, Colorado. He began his musical training at the age of 10, first on cello, and later adopted the bass guitar. During his senior year he won the Colorado All-state Jazz Bassist
See TRIO, pg. 15
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Library hosts Eagle Rock School art exhibit
Student: Taylor Title: Coffee Break Medium: acrylic on board
Student: Dillon Title: The Beauty of the Off Sounds of Blues Guitar Medium: photography
By Kurtis Kelly Special to the Trail-Gazette
he Estes Valley Library is currently hosting a special exhibit of artwork created by the Eagle Rock School community. The exhibit was coordinated with the assistance of Eagle Rock art teacher Cynthia Elkins and offers a vibrant and thoughtful array of new work in a variety of media. Included in the exhibition are a variety of pieces grouped thematically by stu-
dents, with expressive works and poetry included. “This show of art is dedicated to our entire Eagle Rock community of learners from over the last twentyplus years,” says Elkins. “Thank you to everyone who participated. If you are curious or want to know more about our school and curriculum visit us at www.eaglerockschool.org.” Elkins took time to write down some of the context for this exhibit and how it fits See LIBRARY, pg. 13
1600 Wapiti Drive, #32 • $368,000 Luxurious one level living condominium in attractive neighborhood! Bright & open floor plan... kitchen has stone tile floors & looks out over dinning area at spacious living room w/vaulted ceiling & large windows giving lots of light. Master suite w/walk-in closet, separate shower, Jacuzzi soaking tub.Two more large bedrooms. Oversized 2 car garage attached by covered breezeway. Near walking path leading around Lake Estes. Never lived in full time & shows like brand new! MLS #717815
1031 Morgan Street • $227,500 Old Estes Cabin built 1928, family owned since 1938, interior removed, some structural work done and almost completed plumbing for 2 bathrooms. Ready to be remodeled to a 2 bedroom/2 bath cabin. Nestled on a 0.83 acre lot among mature pine trees.Adjacent vacant 0.42 acre lot also available For $95,000... a quiet and pleasant location within minutes of downtown Estes Park. MLS #714867
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library from page 12
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Student: Yoni Falik Title: Magic Man with Green Peppers Medium: photography
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Artist: Josh Title: Self Create Medium: pencil, pen, mixed media Style: Pop Surrealist Fantasy dents and intentional changes of direction with the work build character. Defeat can bring frustration, while success builds confidence. How to work through problems in a safe environment builds community as learners. The process has to be supported and challenged by those invested.” The Eagle Rock exhibition at the library will be on display through the month of January. The public is encouraged to visit the library’s second floor to see these works. For more information, contact the library at (970) 5868116 or visit estesvalleylibrary.org
into the Eagle Rock community’s goals for learning and growth: “What is it that I need to say and who do I need to say it to? Is one of my favorite essential questions to use in my curriculum for learning to effectively communicate with visual art. We create art, write, talk, reflect, project, and analyze how well we succeeded based on whether others understand our meaning as we intended. Constant growth and critique happen if art is truly embraced as a means of communicating a powerful statement. Using critical thinking to make decisions while remaining open to flukes, happy acci-
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o I experienced a classic, documented work injury last week. An injury that I swore I was protected from, because I own a health club, I workout regularly and I know all the right things to do. I do weights that always include core strengthening for my low back. Guess what? I strained my back while moving a patient, due to an odd position that I found myself being in. Helping someone else, I strained my low back, a classic injury. Before anyone gets up in arms about this topic, let me quickly say that I am totally recovered and I’m O.K. Yes, my back is better and for that I do give credit to my consistent strength training routine. The strain that I experienced had me sore the day after, enough to the point that reaching down to pick up something from the floor was almost impossible. Knowing what I know about how muscles react to a new stress, I knew that it’d only take a day or two for this strained feeling to sub-
Dealing with that ‘strained’ feeling
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side. After 48 hours of feeling a low back strain that totally had my full attention, I felt better and now a week later, I am back to full strength and pain free. Well, free of pain that’s no different than what my usual “almost 50 body” usually has. What did I do with this new strain in my low back that could have crippled me? After waking up and discovering my “ouch,” I immediately started moving, walking and stretching. I noticed that this movement and yes, specific strength movements for my low back, made my back feel so much better. Within a 5-day period of focused stretches and movements for my back, the discomfort was nothing more than everyday wear and tiredness again. You can’t shy away from the discomfort, sitting and
and faster than a body that doesn’t exercise. Exercise and movement increases the healing process, in most cases. Every joint in our bodies will react the same way with movement and specific strength training for that joint. The aches and pains lying down with pain can forced to increase their cirwill go away and you’ll feel sometimes be the worst culation. This movement, better every day. thing that you can do. I disessentially made the musA body that has been chalcovered that when I got on cles of my strained and hurtlenged with exercise on a our specific “low-back” ing back, flush out the bad strengthening machine with stuff and replace it with good consistent basis will be protected and stronger when a very little weight, but yes circulation. These movepotential injury occurs. enough weight to feel the ments essentially made my A body that exercises regmovement, my back experiback feel better, temporarily ularly will have fewer aches enced relief. Initially it was at first, but only to end in a and pains in every day life. A sore to train the injured part, quick recovery. but as I moved and This can also be done with person who exercises regularly will be able to fight increased the area’s warmth heat packs or a warm bath. against so many disease prothe pain subsided. I also felt Remember that cold concesses that face us every similar relief when I started stricts the circulation and is day. A person who exercises walking; my hips moved good for reducing swelling, forcing my low back to move but heat is to increase circu- regularly can look their next and loosen up the soreness. lation and loosen up the area birthday in its face and say “not yet!” What’s happening here? and flush out the soreness. If you participate in reguCirculation. Because I specifHere’s the take home meslar exercise you will recover ically isolated the area of the sage of this week’s article. faster, you will be better prostrained muscles and got Whether we are experienconto a low back strength ing aging aches and pains, or tected against injuries and you will live a life of less machine, those muscles a true situational strain and pain, better function and were forced to move in a pain; a body that exercises controlled environment, and regularly will recover better independence.
Within a 5-day period of focused stretches and movements for my back, the discomfort was nothing more than everyday wear.
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n 1915 there were 21.5 million domestic horses in the U.S.A. Today there are about 9.2 million. I’m not sure of the breakdown of how many did what back in 1915, but I’d bet most of them were work horses of some sort, with not many of them used for recreation. The breakdown as of 2013, according to the United States Equine Federation, shows that approximately 840,000 were racehorses, show horses were listed at around 2,700,00, those used for recreation accounted for about 3,900,00, with those designated as other, approximately 1,700,00. I’m not sure
Getting around: what a difference a century makes
compared the cost of using a horse and buggy to that of a Maxwell, model Q-11 in Victor T. Anderson 1910. The car was listed as a four cylinder, 12 horse power runabout that cost $900, what “other,” meant, wheth- brand new. The add advertised the Maxwell-Briscoe er they are work horses, Motor. It didn’t specify what lawn ornaments, rodeo kind or number of horses broncs or exactly what, but I’m glad they were counted. were used, nor did it mention the type of buggy. The horse industry The costs came to 1.8 accounted for 460,000 full time jobs, the industry paid a cents per passenger mile for total of $1.9 billion dollars in the Maxwell and 2.5 cents per passenger mile for the taxes to federal, state and local governments. The total horse and buggy. Those costs were based on hay at 1 economic impact of the cent per pound, gasoline at horse industry came to $112.1 billion dollars with 7.1 16, 18 and 20 cents per gallon, bought where they million Americans An ad I found recently spent the night.
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The list included grease, shoeing, depreciation of harness for the horses and tires for the car. Stabling the horse and garaging the car were not included. The horse averaged 30 miles per day, the car, 76 miles a day. In the last few years we have paid as high as $15 for a bale of hay that weighed about 60 pounds. When I was a kid, my dad sold hay for $20 per ton. The wire tied bales weighed very close to a hundred pounds a bale. Gasoline, as everyone is aware, runs over $3 per gallon. I haven’t bought axle grease, a gallon of oil, or straw, for years, so I don’t know what those prices are.
About that same time as the car ad, breechingless light weight harness was being sold for $17.59 up to $47, Medium work harness for $20 up to $59.90, without collars, through Sears and Roebuck catalogue. I didn’t ﬁnd a price for collars. I read sometime back that a group of drivers made it across the U.S.A. in 28 hours and 50 minutes. I’d hate to think what the costs were for a driver, co-driver and passenger. When asked, he said he’d hate to think of how much it actually cost to go that far in that Ride easy pards.....Vic email@example.com
trio from page 11
award and also earned a full ride scholarship to the University of Colorado at Boul-
der. Due to a keen interest in Indian classical music and an auspicious opportunity,
Charles left school briefly to travel to India and undergo training in the Carnatic and
Hindustani traditions. Upon returning to the States, he transferred to the University
of Denver where he began studying jazz from some of Denver’s best musicians.
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Private getaway for you and your friends. Two adjacent 40 acre parcels in Cedar Creek, accessed from Cedar Park/Cedar Springs off County Rd 43, for camping, hunting, hiking & riding or to build your retreat. Varied topography, views, trees and rock outcroppings, shared well between parcels & secured access. Call for an appointment to see Cedar Creek Road.
This high-end cottage borders RMNP/MacGregor Ranch & invites quiet relaxation, w/multiple outdoor living spaces including a pergola patio, wrap-around deck and huge covered outdoor living room. Enjoy a kitchen/dining area that’s great for company, 2 guest rooms, private master suite, and 2 brand new baths. Peace, quiet and hiking right out your front door... Huge rental potential.
Fabulous estes Park Cottage
$150k each or both for $295k Cedar Creek road
$499,000 250 Granite Lane
On 2.47 treed acres just minutes from Estes. Spread out in 3-level 3598 sq. ft. home w/ 3-car garage. Main level offers remodeled kitchen, dining area, living room w/ wood burning stove; office, master suite, sun room & laundry room. Guests will enjoy a private suite in upper level. Relax in lower level family room + 3rd bedroom, full bath & work room. Decks to enjoy the outdoors, mtn views & wildlife.
Comfortable Living With Mountain Views
Think outside of the box about building! Cut construction time in half with completed exterior. Unfinished 6861 sq.ft. interior is yours to design, your way. 4 Beds/5baths on 16.3 acres, there’s a view from every room. Supervise home’s completion from 1 bedroom, ¾ bath cabin on site. This is worth your consideration.
a quality home at $449,000. 143 Pole Hill road
STUNNING VIEWS of snow-capped peaks from this 2 bedrm 2 bath newly updated condo located behind the Historic Stanley Hotel near downtown and RMNP. Open floor plan, vaulted great room, inviting gas fireplace, fully equipped kitchen and private hot tub. Fantastic investment opportunity at
Spacious 5 acre lot in easily accessible location, close to main intersection (“T”) in Cedar Park/Cedar Springs area. Slopes gently. Reasonable commute to Estes Park/Loveland/ Hwy 34. School bus stops at County Road 43 and Storm Mtn Rd access for Estes Park school students. Active year round community.
Views of Lake and Mountains
$294,900 347 Overlook Lane
Enjoy the heart of Estes Park in this well-appointed downtown condo. You won’t miss a thing with easy access to shopping, dining, galleries, the Riverwalk and festivals. Open floor plan of 928 sq ft complete with gorgeous kitchen, greatroom, private deck, master bedroom and luxurious bath. A great rental, getaway or fulltime residence – yours for the taking!
Loft Living at its Finest
Exceptional design, materials & workmanship, on prime 2.98 acres in Grey Fox Estates…5073 sq ft. of living space and 1320 sq ft. in fully finished garage. Granite, soapstone, full logs, scribed wood & stone flooring, Amish recycled wood siding from 100 year old barns and buildings. This is a must see. Appointment required.
a Work of art
$69,500 Lot 8 Lakeview drive
$229,000 356 e. elkhorn avenue #7
L e a d e r s i n e s t e s Pa r k r e a L e s tat e
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