Letter to the editor: Blessed with outdoor amenities

Posted 1/20/21

Blessed with outdoor amenities I'd like to share a moment of gratitude for this community and those who help us keep it accessible. One of the many things I appreciate about living in Highlands Ranch …

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Letter to the editor: Blessed with outdoor amenities

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Blessed with outdoor amenities

I'd like to share a moment of gratitude for this community and those who help us keep it accessible. One of the many things I appreciate about living in Highlands Ranch and Douglas County are the open space and trail systems we have — the ones common to all of us in the pathways between and connecting our neighborhoods and parks, as well as the extensive backcountry trails.

Just after the snow this week, getting out for some time myself, it was so impressive to see the evidence of so many others who had done the same. Footprints in the snow as a silent testimony of those who'd taken the time to get outside for a run, to walk the dog, or spend time with the kids and family.

Thank you to all — public and private — who keep it clean, clear and safe for us to enjoy.

I know that we have some challenges to face these days. And it's hard at times to see some of the simple things we have to appreciate here. But I'd encourage you to take the time to get out, say hi to a neighbor, and recognize how lucky we are to live where we do.

David Newcomer

Highlands Ranch

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