Monthly Archives: August 2014

Hummingbirds Begin to Migrate

This picture was taken and submitted by Jane Johnson. We are seeing fewer and fewer hummingbirds with the seasonal decreasing sunlight which triggers their migration.  Most will be gone within a few weeks.  We can continue to feed them so that they may … Continue reading

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Slash Collection Reminder

Platte Canyon Fire Protection District Slash Collection August 30, 31 & September 6, 7 Saturday & Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. & September 3, 4, 5 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Top of Crow Hill near … Continue reading

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Ultimate High Altitude Chocolate Chip Cookies

by Jana Coughlin This “High Altitude” recipe made yummy cookies!  Just for sure don’t over cook them!  Only cook until middle isn’t puffed up anymore/edges are just slightly golden. http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/130736/ultimate-high-altitude-chocolate-chip-cookies

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Supermoon Last Sunday Night

Did you happen to see how big and bright the moon was Sunday night? I peaked outside around midnight and saw what looked like a spot light on my driveway. I then looked up and was amazed at how the … Continue reading

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Our Rain Cup Over Floweth

If you thought we received more rain during last month than we normally do, you were right!  Paul Ellis found some great Monthly Precipitation charts from the National Weather Service website that I thought you would also find interesting.  The data … Continue reading

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Biting Stable Flies

We bought our cabin August of 2011 and this is the first summer we have discovered biting flies!  The back of my legs are covered with little red, itchy, bumps and they are not from mosquitoes!  So, I have been … Continue reading

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Money Donations Needed!

There has been much discussion about the condition of the Association Building over the past few months.  It was decided that the number one concern for our building is the deterioration of the roof.  No one really knows for sure … Continue reading

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