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Vail CO, Colorado
Happy 16th birthday, Omar. We can't believe it has already been 16 years since you wre born. Wishing you many more happy birthdays. Lots of love.






We at Town Talk Towers strive to always be on top of the latest trends. But the latest fashion news out of New York has us scratching our heads. Fashion reporters say the bold statement for spring is hitting the town wearing little more than the thing you wore to bed last night. Look for nighties, satin boxers, silky robes, bras and panties on the streets of New York.

Now we don’t know about you, but we don’t have silky robes and satin boxers in our drawers. No, our version of pajama fashion is more likely to include a pair of thermal underwear, baggy boxers or a raggedy T-shirt you’ve got for free at the 2005 Teva Mountain Games.

But if you do want to have a try at high fashion, here are our suggestions for pajama fashion, mountain-style:

Go ahead and leave the house with a nightie on. Just be sure to put a midweight Patagonia vest on top of it.

Ladies, want to wear your underwear to work, but not sure it will fly with your Vail Valley boss? Just be sure to put the bra and panties over the hiking shorts and short-sleeved shirt. And make sure the shirt is made out of a wicking fabric; you don’t want the sweat from your afternoon hike sticking to you.

As for the guys, we suggest you pair your satin boxers with last season’s Vasque hiking boots.

Who says we mountain folk can’t be sophisticated?

On Monday, my wallet was stolen from my desk at work at Active Communications in Edwards. There were really important documents in the wallet plus $500 cash. I urgently need those documents, so if you please could return the wallet. No questions asked, even if the money is missing. Thank you.

I would like to give a big thank-you to everyone in the OB Unit at Vail Valley Hospital, especially to Cyn. She was one of the nicest nurses a person can meet. Joshua was born March 27, and my family would love to say thank you for making our stay beautiful. Cyn you are forever in our hearts.

To whoever took the camera from behind the bar, and you know what bar, I thought after seeing the pictures you would have a heart and bring it back. That was in April! But no, there are memories on that camera. You know you would not want to lose memories. Would you? What if some one took it from you and there were pictures of you and your family on there. It is just sad that some one out there would steal those moments for someone. A picture is worth 1,000 words. Please return it, no questions asked. Make things right!

The Eagle Valley Children’s Chorale is putting on its 13th annual Spring Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Beaver Creek Chapel. We invite you to bring the whole family to this free event made up of almost 50 students from all over the Vail Valley. Come support these talented performers in a beautiful setting ” sure to put you in good spirits and make you want to hum along. The chorale will be performing a diverse mix of songs from show tunes and cultural tunes to pop new and old. Call Director Kim Denning at 970-390-5133 or President Marka Moser at 970-926-0577 with questions.

Hooray ” it’s tick season! With spring comes ticks. Be sure to check your kids and animals when they come in from the grass and woods. FYI-AMS.

To the Vail Valley Business Women: A heartfelt thank you for helping the Emilia D’Cuire School for the Handicapped in Honduras. Have fun with the jewelry and thank you, muchas gracias! Cynthia Blancke.

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