I am part of a family who thoroughly enjoys snacking. That is why we needed some cookie bars up here in Durango for after finishing off all the cookies we had from Bread Bakery in Durango. They have some incredible cookies, a delicious ham and brie sandwich and an incredible goat cheese and thyme scone that I plan to try to duplicate at some point. So, after all the crazy delicious goodies were gone I made these cookie bars. I found a recipe for oatmeal, coconut cookies from Allrecipes.com, and changed a few things in the dough and also made bars instead of cookies. I was reminded by my sister after I had pressed the dough into the pan that I should have done something to compensate for the high altitude, but it was a little late for that. So, I took my chances. It turned out not to be an issue. The bars did take a bit longer to bake than I would have thought. Other than that, the flavor and texture were good.