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So, you are going outside to grab some firewood and you see a dog on your property.  Oh, no!  What do you do?  Well, the first thing you shouldn’t do is shoot them.  Simply take a quick second to observe the situation.  If the animal is aggressive, DO NOT turn around and run… it will definitely chase you, as that is their instinct.  Simply stay facing the dog, and walk backwards back to your cabin.  If the dog is following you, but is not being aggressive watch it’s ears and tail.  If the ears are up and facing you, and the tail is wagging, chances are, they are a friendly dog, and you have no worries.  Simply clap your hands and yell, tell them to go away.  If they refuse, and they still appear to be friendly squat down to your knees.  They will most

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TURNING YOUR SECOND HOME INTO A VACATION RENTAL

 

Turning you home into a vacation rental can be a great way to bring in extra income and help you pay off your second mortgage. Before you decide if you want to turn your home into a VRBO (vacation rental by owner) as yourself the following questions:

 

IS IT LEGAL IN MY AREA?

It is a good idea to check with your HOA turning you home into a VRBO. Even if the County allows a VRBO, the HOA may not. Currently, Park County only has one subdivision that will not allow vacation rentals.

 

CHECK OUT VACATION RENTALS IN YOUR AREA

Look at VRBO.com and similar websites to see how much other rentals are charging in your area. How does your home compare to the homes in the area? Home

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In 1852, Writer, trapper, trader, and adventurer Rufus B. Sage traveled in South Park, recording his experiences. Identified as one of the first adventure travelers in Colorado, Sage described the rolling prairies and lofty mountains of South Park as well as the abundant game animals noting, "The valley is densely thronged with buffalo, while vast quantities of deer, elk, and antelope unite to increase the number of variety of its game.

Today if you take a visit to Hartsel, Colorado, the chances are high that you'll see buffalo and currently, you could catch a glimpse of a white buffalo! 

Sacred buffalo.

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Hey are you tired of the CITY? Do you need a place to ride your Atv? How about shoot your guns? Some place away from your socialist neighbors. This is the place. 16,000 full time residents in the entire county. 30,000 miles of dirt road. National Forest two tracks for riding on. We still have gas stations to fill up your rigs. Hunting and fishing. We are close to skiing also.

Get your spot before they are gone. Lots are selling quickly to folks getting ready for the spring. Park County Has unbelievably great camping also. If it really gets unbearable in the oligopolies of the front range, you can come up to your place and fort up. A nice cabin with lot of MRE’s in it. A generator for your well pump. A hide out in the trees with views. WE WANT YOU.

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Eleven Mile State Park is a Colorado state park located in Park County, 11 miles south of Lake George, CO.  Established in 1970, the 7,662-acre park surrounds 3,405-acre, 5.5 miles long Eleven Mile Reservoir. Facilities include a marina, a visitor’s center and over 300 campsites. Ideal wind conditions make Eleven Mile a popular but not overly crowed destination for sailing, windsurfing and winter ice boating on this wide-open reservoir.  Motor boaters and Kayakers also find plenty of room to play during the summer months. 

There are 5 miles of trails available for hikers and bicyclists. Fish species include cutthroat, rainbow, brown trout and northern pike. Eleven Mile Reservoir is famous for the thriving Kokanee salmon population found in the

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