A touch of Glamour

When the Davis family left their Tulsa home in 2011 to find a refuge from the heat, it was the shaping up to be the second hottest June on record in eastern Oklahoma and that month had only been drier in nine years since 1888. It was hot in Crested Butte, too, but all things being relative, it was a heat wave into the 80s Mrs. Davis could handle. And just like that, a summer home here began to feel essential. By December they had a lot south of town, in Buckhorn Ranch, where their retreat was already beginning to take shape.

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