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I didn't see those dates mentioned in the city timeline that I got the 1909 date from. Do you know where I could look for more info on that?
"According to the National Weather Service, the Poudre reached 14.56 feet — nearly seven times its average during the previous four days — at 8:15 a.m. Friday. At that peak, more than 420,000 gallons of water passed a stream gauge every second."
I've already sent it in. I haven't heard back from the owner, but I got his email wrong the first time and it bounced. It didn't bounce the second time, but I wonder if it went to his spam folder. I know that Karen McWilliams received it, though, and she's going to add it to the public docs on the project. I don't know if the project is required to meet with the LPC, but they might do it as a "good neighbors" step.
I've taken a bunch of photos of houses with rounded doors. But I keep seeing even more. So I'm going to snap a few more shots, then post all of the cool doors. It's amazing how many times you can pass by a house and not really notice something until you know to look for it. Then it starts popping out at you from all over the place. I'm even seeing round-ish doors on many newer houses. It's definitely a "thing" but only the older houses have actual rounded doors - the rest are clever ways of adding roundness to doors while keeping them square. ... It'll all be in an upcoming post.