Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Man on the Street

What makes Wood River Valley women unique and special?


By WILLY COOK

"The way they greet you with open arms, and are happy to clean your fish when you get home after a week fishing on the Salmon River."

Fred Anderson, Ketchum businessman and happily married for 34 years

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"The girls are unique because they can kick most guys asses. What is special is they are so hot while they are doing it."

John Gorham, Ketchum sandwich artist

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"They don't smoke and they are athletic."

David Lee, Ketchum ski bum

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"It takes two days to read a local woman's palm."

Jack Crawford, Sun Valley, tennis player

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"They are worldy without actually having to go anywhere."

David Kelso, inhabitant of The Shire

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"Because they are allowed to be put on a pedestal."

Bill Nagel, just another guy on the street

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"The women possess a unique quality of being so accommodating to kindly, older gentlemen."

Tim Lyon, Ketchum, surfer

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"They can bring home the bacon, fry it up in a pan, and never, ever let you forget you're a man."

Brian Webber, Ketchum 4th Street greeter






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