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For 16 years I lived in Windsor, Colo., a farming community about the size of Mt. Pleasant. When people asked where Windsor was, I would say it was in the middle of a triangle formed by Ft. Collins, Loveland, and Greeley.
This area, at the base of the Rockies, is also known as the Front Range. Note: Farming in Colorado is much different than Iowa. Colorado farmers raise things like sugar beets, pinto beans and wheat. They also irrigate.
When one lives in Colorado, one has lots of visitors. All of my Iowa relatives, and many of my friends (and a few strangers), at one time or another, found me in Windsor with the expectations of enjoying some of the many things there are to do in Colorado.
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