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A family gathering centered on Triton Editor Dorie Cox’s birthday in Colorado in February.

The highlight of the trip was an Elton John concert in downtown Denver with her brother, Joe Cox (from left), sisters Dina and Deb Cox, cousin Bryn Long, and her mother, Diane Cox.


Deb Cox always finds something interesting to read in The Triton, no matter where she is. This February, she visited Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Colorado. Currently a teacher, she worked at the park as a fee collector in 1991 and as an interpretive ranger in 1992.


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