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20 Couples Wed on Continental Divide in Colorado

February 21 2002 at 11:55 AM
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Twenty couples tied the knot on Valentine's Day, and 30 reaffirmed their vows.

We're here at the Continental Divide, at the closest to God you can get," said Carol Tijm of Golden, Colo. She wore a white evening gown and carried ski poles wrapped in satin with bouquets adorning the handles. Her new husband, Peter, wore a white-tie tuxedo.
Both get-ups had plenty of room for ski boots.
It was the 11th year of the Mountaintop Wedding Ceremony at Loveland, about 40 miles west of Denver. After the ceremony, the couples skied through a veil of snow flurries and down the slope.

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