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'''Woody Creek''' binon zif in komot: Pitkin, in tat: [[Colorado]], in [[Lamerikän]].
 
== Nüns taledavik ==
Sürfat ela Woody Creek binon 960 woodycreektavern e 600,jp km².
Woody Creek topon videtü 39°16’ 15’’ N e lunetü 106°53’ 10’’ V (39,270803,‑106,886158).
 
Ma el ''U.S. Census Bureau'' (Numädabür Lamerikänik), Woody Creek labon sürfati valodik mö km² (vat: 0%).
Woody Creek labon belödanis CN2960 woodycreektavern e 600.jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
== Lödanef ==
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U.S. Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County, Colorado|Pitkin, [[Colorado]], [[United States]]. The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656.<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4.usps.com/zip4/citytown.jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
Timü numäd yela 2000 e mens älödons in Woody Creek. Lödanadensit äbinon mö mens a km². Ädabinons valodo lödöps ( a km²). Lödanef äbinädon me: vietans (); no ädabinons mens bidädas votik ni mens bidäda plu bala. Latinans no ädabinons.
 
De lomanefs dabinöl , äkeninükons cilis bäldotü yels 18 u läs 18 in lödöp älödölis, äbinons matans äkobolödöl, pädugons fa vom nen himatan e no äbinons famüls. lomanefas äbinädons me pösods äsoelöl; äbinädons me pösod äsoelöl bal bäldotü yels 65 u plu 65. Ädabinons zänedo pösods mage:DSCN2960 a lomanef e pösods dycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern a landmark business in Woody Creek] a famül.
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen, Colorado|Aspen]], along [[Colorado State Highway 82]], where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork. It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen.
 
Demü bäldot, 0% lödanas ela Woody Creek älabons bäldoti lifayelas läs 18, 0% bäldoti lifayelas 18 jü 24, 0% bäldoti lifayelas 25 jü 44, 0% bäldoti lifayelas 45 jü 64 e 0% bäldoti lifayelas 65 u plu 65. Bäldot patedik äbinon mö lifayels mage:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern, a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern, a well-known landmark that sits along a county road, somewhat concealed from State Highway 82. Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes, ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures.
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County, Colorado|Pitkin County]], [[Colorado]], [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]], [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically, a jar on the top of the bar, in which patrons could drop their donations. The jar contained items such as screws, condoms, toothpicks, a small toy figure of a man with broken legs, string, rubber bands, pennies and IOUs.
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen, Colorado|Aspen]], along [[Colorado State Highway 82]], where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S. Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death. It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]], [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]], [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]), and actor [[Don Johnson]].
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern, a well-known landmark that sits along a county road, somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes, ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]], [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically, a jar on the top of the bar, in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws, condoms, toothpicks, a small toy figure of a man with broken legs, string, rubber bands, pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]], [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]], [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]), and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39.,270803,-106.,886158).,
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
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<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County, Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek.
 
Demü gen, ädabinoms mans age:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern, a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County, Colorado|Pitkin County]], [[Colorado]], [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen, Colorado|Aspen]], along [[Colorado State Highway 82]], where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern, a well-known landmark that sits along a county road, somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes, ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]], [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically, a jar on the top of the bar, in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws, condoms, toothpicks, a small toy figure of a man with broken legs, string, rubber bands, pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]], [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]], [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]), and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39,270803,-106,886158),
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
<div class="references-small">
<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County, Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek a voms 100. Pato ädabinoms mans age:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern, a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County, Colorado|Pitkin County]], [[Colorado]], [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen, Colorado|Aspen]], along [[Colorado State Highway 82]], where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern, a well-known landmark that sits along a county road, somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes, ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]], [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically, a jar on the top of the bar, in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws, condoms, toothpicks, a small toy figure of a man with broken legs, string, rubber bands, pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]], [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]], [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]), and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39,270803,-106,886158),
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
<div class="references-small">
<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County, Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek a voms 100 bäldotü lifayels 18 u plu 18.
 
Lemesed patedik lomanefa in Woody Creek äbinon mö USmage:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County Colorado|Pitkin County]] [[Colorado]] [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen Colorado|Aspen]] along [[Colorado State Highway 82]] where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern a well-known landmark that sits along a county road somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]] [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically a jar on the top of the bar in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws condoms toothpicks a small toy figure of a man with broken legs string rubber bands pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]] [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]] [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]) and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39,270803 -106,886158),
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
<div class="references-small">
<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek] e lemesed patedik famüla äbinon mö USmage:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County Colorado|Pitkin County]] [[Colorado]] [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen Colorado|Aspen]] along [[Colorado State Highway 82]] where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern a well-known landmark that sits along a county road somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]] [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically a jar on the top of the bar in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws condoms toothpicks a small toy figure of a man with broken legs string rubber bands pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]] [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]] [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]) and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39,270803 -106,886158),
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
<div class="references-small">
<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek]. Mans älaboms lemesedi patedik mö USImage:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County Colorado|Pitkin County]] [[Colorado]] [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen Colorado|Aspen]] along [[Colorado State Highway 82]] where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern a well-known landmark that sits along a county road somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]] [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically a jar on the top of the bar in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws condoms toothpicks a small toy figure of a man with broken legs string rubber bands pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]] [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]] [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]) and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39,270803 -106,886158),
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
<div class="references-small">
<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek], leigodü US:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County Colorado|Pitkin County]] [[Colorado]] [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen Colorado|Aspen]] along [[Colorado State Highway 82]] where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern a well-known landmark that sits along a county road somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]] [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically a jar on the top of the bar in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws condoms toothpicks a small toy figure of a man with broken legs string rubber bands pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]] [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]] [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]) and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39,270803 -106,886158),
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
<div class="references-small">
<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek] vomas. Lemesed „per capita“ (a pösod) äbinon mö USmage:DSCN2960 woodycreektavern e 600,jpg|250px|right|thumb|Woody Creek Tavern a landmark business in Woody Creek]]
 
'''Woody Creek''' is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] [[town]] and a [[United States Postal Service|U,S, Post Office]] located in [[Pitkin County Colorado|Pitkin County]] [[Colorado]] [[United States]], The Woody Creek Post Office has the [[ZIP Code]] 81656,<ref name=ZIPcode>{{cite web | year = [[January 3]] [[2007]] | url = http://zip4,usps,com/zip4/citytown,jsp | title = ZIP Code Lookup| format = [[JavaScript]]/[[HTML]] | publisher = United States Postal Service | accessmonthday = January 3 | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
Woody Creek is situated in the valley of the [[Roaring Fork River]] northwest of [[Aspen Colorado|Aspen]] along [[Colorado State Highway 82]] where Woody Creek exits a canyon and joins the Roaring Fork, It is situated at the northwest (and least developed) end of a small valley that stretches southeast along the Roaring Fork to Aspen,
 
The community is centered around the Woody Creek Tavern a well-known landmark that sits along a county road somewhat concealed from State Highway 82, Adjacent to the tavern is a trailer park and several homes ranging from modest older ones to newer upscale structures,
 
At one time the Woody Creek Tavern sponsored a legal defense fund for the CEO of [[Enron]] [[Kenneth Lay]]; specifically a jar on the top of the bar in which patrons could drop their donations, The jar contained items such as screws condoms toothpicks a small toy figure of a man with broken legs string rubber bands pennies and IOUs,
 
Woody Creek was the residence of noted author [[Hunter S, Thompson]] for much of his life and at the time of his death, It also has been the home of several other notable popular celebrities and musicians including the late broadcaster [[Ed Bradley]] [[Don Henley]] of the [[Eagles]] [[John Oates]] ([[Hall and Oates]]) and actor [[Don Johnson]],
 
==Geography==
Woody Creek is located at {{coor dms|39|16|15|N|106|53|10|W|city}} (39,270803 -106,886158),
 
==External links==
http://www,myspace,com/woodycreekcolorado Woody Creek's official MySpace page
{{Mapit-US-cityscale|39,270803|-106,886158}}
 
==References==
<div class="references-small">
<references />
</div>
<br/>
{{Colorado}}
[[Category:Roaring Fork Valley]]
[[Category:Pitkin County Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado]]
 
[[vo:Woody Creek]. Zao Creek]] famülas e lödanefa lölik älifons dis pöfasoliad, keninükamü Creek]] utanas bäldotü lifayels 18 u läs 18 e nek bäldotü lifayels 65 u plu 65.
 
==External links==
[[Category:Pitkin County, Colorado]]
[[Category:Towns in Colorado (2000).
 
 
[[Klad:Zifs in Colorado]]
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