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Topic - Martin Hoffman
As a teenager growing up outside Denver, Judy Collins and a few friends used to hike up Lookout Mountain to listen to musicians play folk music. It was there that she saw a man wearing overalls and an engineer's hat named Martin Hoffman singing a song called "Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos)." It was the first Woody Guthrie song she ever heard.
"If there's something to avoid hitting deer, elk and moose, I'm all for it," said Martin Hoffman, a FedEx driver whose route is in Boundary County.
"It's a real dangerous time at dusk," Hoffman said. "You have to pay attention, and you'd better be slowing down to 40 or 45."