Shooting Stereotypes in Colorado
GREELEY, Colo. -- Snow beat a steady rhythm on the back of Rodney Rexwinkle's neck, quickly congregating in piles on anything flat enough to hold it.
Big large flakes drove down hard and wet, the kind you get from a Rocky Mountain blizzard.
It was what you would expect in Colorado in November. Rexwinkle and Josh Montague were surrounded by cattails in a marsh just outside of Greeley, and not too far from the Rocky Mountains. ...
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