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Archive for August, 2010

Joe’s Family Gathering!

30 Aug

Dear Brad and Sandy,

We wanted to thank you for letting us use your lodges in Colorado! It was a great way to connect with family. We are a pretty close nit bunch; but had never spent that much time together; usually just a day at holiday times. We split up during the day and then in the evenings all of us gathered in the south lodge for supper and the evening. Our 90 year old mom really enjoyed the time. We were a bit worried that the altitude might get to her, but I think she did better than some of us younger ones!

Hope you are enjoying your puppy and all is well with you and Sandy!

Thanks again!

Joe, Connie and crew


 

Fishing 15 minutes from our Lodges!

22 Aug

Our Local Chief of Police caught a Monster trout Just 15 minutes North of our Lodge! Green Mountain Resivour is the home for LARGE  lake trout!

 

We Loved the Riverside Lodge!

22 Aug

 

 

2013 Review this is a must read!  http://4littlefergusons.wordpress.com/2013/07/15/4-little-fergusons-in-colorado/

 

 

 

 

 

“We came up from Denver for the weekend in a group of 4 families with young children and stayed at Riverside Lodge and had a great stay!  The lodge is comfortable, well-equipped and in an ideal location — next to the rivers, across the street from the Rec Center and the playground and close to dining and shopping.  We’ll definitely be back again next year! (Salim Haji, Denver, CO).”

Salim

Salim Haji
 

Family Reunion in Summit Peaks Lodge North

04 Aug

Just got back from a week at Summit North–Amazing my 2 brothers and families, my sister from Austrialia–Lots of room–View incredible–Summit Peaks is a MUST!

Bruce Clark

08/04/2010

 

Conservation Projects

04 Aug

Did you every wonder how you can enjoy a vacation in Colorado, learn about the wilderness and possible write off your trip? Let us show you how! Feel free to comment below and we will out line the program!

The Friends of the Eagles Nest Wilderness Volunteer Ranger Program is a fun and rewarding opportunity for those who enjoy hiking in the Eagles Nest Wilderness. Volunteer Rangers choose trails in the wilderness on which to hike for at least four days during the season. They interact with other hikers and visit with them about wilderness protocols, such as where camps may be set up and whether fires are allowed. They provide directions to trails, discuss pet protections and answer the many questions visitors ask.

Volunteers wear official U.S. Forest Service shirts for identification. Only a few positions are available for Summit and Eagle County. The deadline to apply is April 30.