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The Colorado Mountain Companion

A Potpourri of Useful Miscellany from the Highest Parts of the Highest State

M. John Fayhee overheard a barroom argument between two inebriated men, each of whom was convinced they “knew for a fact” what the highest-elevation municipality in the country was. It was an argument that M. John Fayhee had heard many times. (For the record, it is Alma, Colorado, elevation 10,548 feet.) That experience led Fayhee to spend more than a year compiling a reference book designed to serve as the final arbiter of all subsequent barroom arguments centered on the Colorado mountains.

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