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Old 09-14-2007, 09:38 AM   #771
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GREAT time of year to be in Breckenridge

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Aspens just starting to turn. Will probably seen some great colors within a week. Here is the view out the window this morning.
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There is supposed to be a great hike and bike path right at the entrence to the campground.....
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Old 09-14-2007, 10:47 AM   #773
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The hike&bike path is across the street(Hwy) from the entry road...it follows the creek to Breckenridge and also heads the other way towards Frisco. You can also access the Colorado Trail from the backside of the resort. If you go down the main street in Breckenridge, look for this restaurant...
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Old 09-14-2007, 11:12 AM   #774
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At the end of the day on Saturday, 10/06 the fiesta is providing some entertainment.
After the night glow,
After the firework show,
It's
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Old 09-14-2007, 12:26 PM   #775
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At the end of the day on Saturday, 10/06 the fiesta is providing some entertainment.
After the night glow,
After the firework show,
It's

I believe the "first adventure" was with Kevbo. Isn' that him on the horse, I can't tell cause I can't see the smiley pockets.

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Hmmm. Lots of hiking trails?
Maybe I'll reconsider bringing my Lab hiking buddy.
What did everyone else decide on the dog issue?

And the temps should be fairly mild by then?
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the hiking trails

are in Colorado. We are bringing the menagerie, day temps are supposed to be low 70s--so fans should be enough. If it is iffy at all one of us will stay with the critters. The night temps are supposed to be in the 40's so morning exploring should not be a problem.
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Old 09-14-2007, 01:44 PM   #778
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are in Colorado. We are bringing the menagerie, day temps are supposed to be low 70s--so fans should be enough. If it is iffy at all one of us will stay with the critters. The night temps are supposed to be in the 40's so morning exploring should not be a problem.
We are going to leave Gracie and Smokie at home. They are pretty big dogs (85 & 75 lbs) and need to run, this is not the best venue for that type of activity. Smokie is also afraid of all sorts of sounds and shapes, again not the best place to put her for 5 days. We have several people watching them and they also have full access to the yard via the dog door. We are bringing Bandit our older (15 1/2 years) and smaller (15 lbs) dog. She is totaly deaf and sleeps most of the day.

Jan has this fear that if we leave her at home, she will pass away while we are gone. If she passes on the trip, we will be looking for extra freezer room, we have a small fridge...
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We are bringing Bandit our older (15 1/2 years) and smaller (15 lbs) dog. She is totaly deaf and sleeps most of the day.

Jan has this fear that if we leave her at home, she will pass away while we are gone. If she passes on the trip, we will be looking for extra freezer room, we have a small fridge...
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Surely you gest.....if not, I recommend an ice chest as an addition to your gear. I for one will be routing for an extended life for Bandit.

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Surely you gest.....if not, I recommend an ice chest as an addition to your gear. I for one will be routing for an extended life for Bandit.

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We are going to leave Gracie and Smokie at home. They are pretty big dogs (85 & 75 lbs) and need to run, this is not the best venue for that type of activity. Smokie is also afraid of all sorts of sounds and shapes, again not the best place to put her for 5 days. We have several people watching them and they also have full access to the yard via the dog door. We are bringing Bandit our older (15 1/2 years) and smaller (15 lbs) dog. She is totaly deaf and sleeps most of the day.

Jan has this fear that if we leave her at home, she will pass away while we are gone. If she passes on the trip, we will be looking for extra freezer room, we have a small fridge...
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Funny you should mention a freezer.............

I had just that happen a bunch of years ago. I was in Costa Rica and the Wife was at home. Our 25lb Main Coon Cat passed while I was away and she called to ask what she should do with him. I said to wrap him up in plastic and put him in the freezer until I got back.

When I arrived 2 weeks later, I dug a BIG hole in the corner of the back yard where he used to hang out a lot to watch the birdies, built the big guy a nice casket, planted him in the hole and put a giant Sequoia sapling over the site.

I'm sure he was very happy with the decision.
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The weather can be all over the place - mostly warm days, cool nights - I have seen snow on opening morning.......

Animals are ok as long as they are on a leash and don't disturb the other camper types - at least thats according to the balloon rules.

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The weather can be all over the place - mostly warm days, cool nights - I have seen snow on opening morning.......

Animals are ok as long as they are on a leash and don't disturb the other camper types - at least thats according to the balloon rules.

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I think they are also limited to the RV area and are not allowed in the balloon area.
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Speaking of locks...

Speaking of lock repair...

(Huh?...just a little off topic but it was brought up on this thread earlier so anyway...)

Has anyone done this repair?

I sent for and received the little part (thank you)
but haven't installed it yet. Any tips?
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