Two self-described bookish people with an unusual dream worked a quarter-century and amassed a 30,000-volume collection on "the land and people's connection to the land" that could make any naturalist drool.
It's called the Rocky Mountain Land Library, and experts say it's a Colorado treasure. But the books are about to be homeless.
Soft-spoken Tattered Cover Book Store employees Jeffrey Lee and his wife, Ann Martin, who met on the job, bought all of those books and stored them in every nook and cranny of the rooms of their rented home on Humboldt Street.
After about 23 years , they must move because the house will be sold.
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