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September 2009

Found 9 blog entries for September 2009.

It's been snowing off and on the past couple of days in Breckenridge, Colorado. It's typical we'd get some snow in town in the Fall sometime during the month of September, but we're wondering if Old Man Winter is making his entrance early or if we will truly get to enjoy a little bit of fall. Snowcapped peaks and golden changing Aspens in the background make it the perfect time to cozy up at home around the fireplace and read a book. It's nice to have days like this in Breckenridge and with all the talk about what an epic winter it's going to be, we can't help but get excited for more.

Here's a photo from this morning of the snow covered peaks of Breckenridge Ski Resort. The count down until opening day begins!
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Earlier in the month, we emailed our clients and friends with our "Secret Stash" recommendation - our local's secret and something not to miss in Breckenridge, Colorado. Our "Secret Stash" for the week was the beautiful changing Aspens at their peak on Boreas Pass. We hope you were able to check it out. We have been up there several times this fall and this weekend was beautiful. Get up there in the next few days if you haven't already, or the leaves will have fallen and you might have to wait until next year.


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Breckenridge Associates Real Estate is a proud supporter of The Summit Foundation, a non-profit organization in the mountains that through annual fundraising efforts gives back to the local community. Since 1986, The Summit Foundation has awarded more than $10.6 million in grants - distributed to 218 nonprofit organizations. Also, more than $1 million has been distributed in scholarships to students pursuing post-secondary education. Visit this link to learn more about The Summit Foundation.

This weekend and next weekend mark the 15th Annual Parade of Homes in Summit County, one of The Summit Foundation's long standing events. More than 25 beautiful mountain properties are on the tour this year. You can link to this map to view the specific tour…
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That sounds like a great idea to us! Stop by D’Vine Wine at 211 South Main Street, Unit F. in Breckenridge today and enjoy $1 Chair Massage and a $5 glass of wine. Sounds like a perfect stop after an end of summer stroll on Main Street, Breckenridge. http://www.BreckenridgeAssociates.com
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Winter is just around the corner and we’re wondering what it might bring. Each year we hope for endless snow. Will Mother Nature deliver this year? We’ve reviewed weather predictions from two separate, century-old forecasting methods - the Farmers’ Almanac and Weather Folklore. There are some interesting insights from both and if they're right, it could be a big Winter. Hint, hint…shoveling may be in your future.

Without computers or instruments to forecast weather long-term, Farmers’ Almanac predictions are based on a top-secret mathematical and astronomical formula that dates back to the 1800s, when the first issue was published. This formula is still heavily relied upon today with the latest 2010 predictions just released. Will it be a cold Winter? The…
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You won't want to miss an opportunity to view "Colorado Gold" in Summit County. And, there's no better way to experience it than enjoying a family mountain bike ride on moderate singletrack to Bakers Tank at one of the best fall foliage viewing places, Boreas Pass Road in Breckenridge, Colorado.

To get there from Main Street Breckenridge, take a left at the last light at the south end of town. Take the road until you get to a parking area and dirt road. You can start your ride here. Follow the road up to an old water tank on the left hand side. If you wish to continue to Bakers Tank, take the dirt road to the left of the tank and veer to the single track to the left. You will come to a junction in the road, head left to follow the loop back toward where…
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Season ski passes on sale now! With so many resorts to choose from and easy access to and from Summit County, you can’t go wrong. We’ve included pass pricing from many ski resorts: Breckenridge, Keystone, ABasin, Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain, Winter Park, Steamboat and Loveland.

2009-2010 Opening Days
ABasin Ski Resort, Snow Dependent, in 2008 opened October 13
Loveland Ski Resort, Snow Dependent, in 2008 opened October 13
Keystone Ski Resort, November 6, 2009
Copper Mountain Ski Resort, November 6, 2009
Breckenridge Ski Resort, November 12, 2009
Winter Park Ski Resort, November 18, 2009
Steamboat Ski Resort, November 25, 2009
Vail Ski Resort, November 20, 2009
Beaver Creek, November 25, 2009

Breckenridge, Keystone, ABasin, Vail, Beaver Creek Season Passes
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The new Farmers' Almanac has hit the news stand and the prediction for the winter includes cold and snow for the mid section of the country from as far West as the Rocky Mountains (this includes Breckenridge and Summit County, Colorado) to the Appalachians in the East. Did we mention - it predicts lots and lots of snow for as well. Let's cross our fingers!

Pick up the new Farmers' Almanac today. Visit this website farmersalmanac.com http://www.BreckenridgeAssociates.com
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Summit County, Colorado Elementary Schools have continually been among the top performing schools in the state. Our local community is proud of this and what great places Breckenridge and Summit County, Colorado are to raise a family. You can check out the "report card" for Colorado School Districts here to see how other schools compare at the following link. Colorado Elementary Schools Accountability Reports

One buzz-worthy academic program that has been getting a lot of attention over the past several years locally, is the Dual Language (English & Spanish) program that was initiated at Dillon Valley Elementary School five years ago. Each classroom rotates between two teachers, teaching in a constant flow by rotating subjects and languages over a…
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