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Zink family, tired of trespassers, plans to sell 30 acres in Hidden Valley
Have you ever enjoyed the serene view from atop Falls Creek Falls, sitting beside the cascading waterfall, looking out on the lush, pastoral Animas Valley?
If you answered “yes,” whether knowingly or not, you have trespassed on Ed Zink’s property. And although for years Zink and his family, longtime Durangoans, have endured the unwelcomed guests, he recently said enough is enough.
Zink has told The Durango Herald that he intends to either sell the property to the public at a significantly discounted price to be conserved or he will sell the property to the highest bidder to be developed. “The amount of abuse we’re experiencing has been escalating,” Zink said. “We’re worn out and so we created a deadline.”
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