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  • chemman
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    !ski, this was hidden and found when I was cleaning up open windows.

    http://www.historycolorado.org/researchers/photographs

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  • chemman
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    Originally posted by TheWheel View Post
    Thanks Matt. That's been my source so far plus putting the word out with locals I know.
    I have known a couple people that did property management in Breckenridge, Frisco and Silverthorne, never was in that seasonal way but may be a place to look.

    Sure you already have this but here it is for other's viewing pleasure.

    http://www.summitdaily.com/

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  • chemman
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    Originally posted by !ski View Post
    Completely off topic - out East, when the National Parks came into existence (and the National Forests) there was barely a tree standing.

    I have always wondered about Summit County - all those Lodge Pole pine trees ... what did it look like say in the 1800s ...

    http://www.wired.com/2014/06/what-in...lide-id-976001
    http://www.summithistorical.org/Archives.html

    There are some good photograph collections I ran across in the Denver Library online, don't have a link available though.

    This is pretty close to where I live:

    http://www.heeneycolorado.com/heeneycolorado_005.htm

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  • TheWheel
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    Thanks Matt. That's been my source so far plus putting the word out with locals I know.

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  • Matt J
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    I'd say craigslist and the Summit Daily were the two best sources for rentals when I lived there.

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  • !ski
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    Completely off topic - out East, when the National Parks came into existence (and the National Forests) there was barely a tree standing.

    I have always wondered about Summit County - all those Lodge Pole pine trees ... what did it look like say in the 1800s ...

    http://www.wired.com/2014/06/what-in...lide-id-976001

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  • TheWheel
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    I bet I could find an abandoned one up around Ned.

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  • !ski
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    I would buy a yurt, find a spot, dig a latrine!

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  • TheWheel
    started a topic Looking for Summit County winter rental.

    Looking for Summit County winter rental.

    Like the title says, I'm looking for a condo/apartment/townhouse/studio etc for the upcoming season. November through April. Furnished or not is fine. Dog friendly is a must. I'm not destitute but I aint rich either so budget is a concern. I'm willing to pay for the season in advance.
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