Aspen, Pitkin County, Colorado

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    oats, wheat, potatoes and other garden vegetables. The cli- mate is not adapted to the growth of Indian corn. The whole country forms an excellent cattle range. The streams which rise from the lofty mountains above refered to are so nume- rous that the entire property is amply supplied with water at convenient distances for stock purposes as well as for ir- rigation where the lay of the land is suitable for that pur- pose. Usually, during the summer months the cattle frequent the open country lying between the foothills and the