September 4, 2015

Como Rendezvous brings mountain man era to Park County - News

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Como Rendezvous brings mountain man era to Park County

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  • Dave Pohlman posted at 8:57 am on Tue, Sep 4, 2012.

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    The article about the Como Rendezvous is very nice and well done with one glaring exception. The location of the rendezvous for the last two years is the JBGardneRanch and the rendezvous site is loaned to us by Amanda Woodbury. She has donated use of the property to us for out annual event. Amanda said that her late husband had wanted to hold a rendezvous on the ranch. Amanda has been very generous to the Como Rendezvous over that past couple of years and I think she deserves a great deal of credit for helping the rendezvous and helping to preserve this short period of American history. The Como Rendezvous has been held in South Park for 27 consecutive years. This long history in South Park may have ended if not for the largess of Amanda Woodbury and the JBGarndeRanch. Our heartfelt thanks to Amanda and the JBGarndeRanch.

    Dave Pohlman


    Preacher - Booshway of the Como Mountain Man Rendezvous

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