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    I am very much interested in learning if there are scrollers in Colorado; specifically looking in the Loveland, Fort Collins area?

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    Hi welcome to the group. I am not in colorado. however wish i was , i was born in haden Colorado. luck you. now i'M in calif. this is a great group. no matter where you live . I am not a pro , but there is some here. who help me often. if you have quistions ask away. no matter how dumn you think they are. welcome again. your new friend Evie

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      Nice to Meet You

      We recently moved to Colorado from Western NY. Kids all moved West and finally got us out after I retired. This forum is great. Have learned many things and I'm sure will learn much more.

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