Strolling for goodies
Tourists and locals mosey about the last Minturn Winter Market Saturday searching for last-minute gifts and an extra dose of holiday spirit. Wood-burning fire pits scattered throughout the open-air market warm customers, as do the free samples of mulled wine from Minturn Cellars. If you missed this last market, its sister, Minturn’s Farmers Market, will be here before you know it, offering up bounties of fruit and vegetables grown at local farms throughout Colorado.
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It’s fitting that Eagle County is proceeding through its reopening phases of COVID-19 in an analogy to ski run difficulties — green to blue to black. Monday marks the transition from the green beginner phase to the blue intermediate phase.