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Monday, 1999 August 23 : Volume 2, Number 34

In Search Of... Lost Lake, Colorado
Continuing our investigation into the search for the alledged "Lost Lake" of Colorado.

This week, Mitchell Williams writes

I ... came across the 'Lost Lake' question. As a kid I was always wondering which one it was. I knew of at least 6 or 7 'Lost Lakes' in Colorado and as I was looking them up in the DeLorme Atlas I came across a bunch more and I am sure if one was to sit down and spend some time they could find a lot more. Here is what I found:

[A note to those of you wondering about the aforementioned "DeLorme Atlas". This book is properly entitled "Colorado Atlas & Gazetteer(TM)", published by DeLorme at a price of US$16.95. I'll add pictures to this list, later this week. The list below refers to pages in the Atlas, and the grid location of the lake. -- Ed.]

I wonder which one it was?

And while I was verifying these sightings, I also noticed at least six occurences of 'Clear Lake'.

Surfin' With The Rubber Duck

Song A’ Th’ Week
This seems like a good time for a song about a river. Nothing too exciting, though.

Nishnabotna

(C.W. McCall, Bill Fries, Chip Davis)

From the album Rubber Duck.