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Our next official Season in South Park is around the Corner.  CUTTING DOWN YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE!!!  You will barely see a vehicle without a tree on top of it from Thanksgiving through Christmas.  Below is information you will need before heading out for the Perfect Tree.

Firewood and Christmas Trees

Most national forests allow users to harvest trees for personal use firewood and Christmas trees, but you must first have a Forest Service-issued permit and you must follow specific guidelines, which can vary from forest to forest. 

Here are some general guidelines: 

  •          Contact the forest district office nearest you to obtain a permit for home firewood, Christmas tree and tree cutting instructions.
  •          Wood or Christmas trees
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TRAIL LISTINGS IN THE PARK COUNTY AREA

General Hiking Info & Suggested Guidelines – With the freedom that hiking, horse riding & mountain biking offer comes the responsibility to care for the environment and to respect the rights of others.  The complex ecological interrelationship in which our wildlands have existed for thousands of years can easily be upset or even destroyed by the careless recreationist.  If our wildlands are to exist for future generations to enjoy please adopt the backcountry ethic of “take only photographs & leave only footprints.”

Before The Trip & While Recreating:  The Seven Priciples of Leave No Trace

  • Plan Ahead & Prepare
  • Travel & Camp on Surable Surfaces
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
  • Leave What You
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Oh Boy first snow this season. A little soon . Still color on the trees. First closure of Highway 285. Semis wrecking on Kenosha Pass. Ice on roads . Bald tires on trucks and cars. Bad drivers on road. On our end lots of new listings and the sun is scheduled to come back Friday. Still can look at stuff with no problems. Loan rates are great and people who have had their stuff on the market want to sell. Good time to make an offer. Sellers get nervous when it snows also. Call me and I will set you up and stop for some fresh donuts for us. Nobody is on a diet yet here. Thanks And hope to see you before it really gets nasty. The crew

 

Richard Poveromo

Jefferson Real Estate, Inc.

Direct-719.838.7002

Cell-719.839.1083

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Why do leaves change color?

The end of summer may be a bummer, but the beauty of fall foliage helps
make up for the colder weather. As the days grow shorter, leaves burst with
color.

But have you ever wondered how and why leaves change color? You may be
surprised by the science behind it. Here, we’ll explore the basics of nature’s
greatest color show:
Typically, leaves change color in the autumn. It’s during that transitional
period between summer and winter when leaves begin to deepen and darken
in color, turning from green into a mix of red, yellow, orange, and even other
colors such as purple. The peak time for fall foliage is usually in October,
though no two seasons are identical.

While the leaves actually change color in the fall, the process

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