VAIL CO, COLORADO
Help the 4-H
Waggin’ Tails, the local 4-H dog club, needs help to complete a dog- agility course. The club is really looking for someone to donate some portable stock fencing, either hog or sheep panels. The club could use 18 or 20 panels, 16 feet long by 5 feet tall.
If you have the goods, the club can pick them up at your place.
To help, or to learn more, call Terena, 524-8724.
I was snowmobiling with 13 people at the Flat Tops on March 9. We parked at the top of the Coffee Pot Road parking area, which was pretty full but did not block anyone from being able to come and go. My group had an awesome day, and when we came dow, someone had let the air out of both of my snowmobile-trailer tires. I had to unhook and drive to Gypsum to buy two cans of Fix-A-Flat. I now have to take both tires off and take them to have the Fix-A-Flat removed from inside the tires. You ruined my day and affected everyone in the group I was riding with, and it will cost me at least $50 for gas, repairs and my time. I would like to be reimbursed and a reason why you did this. Or if anyone else saw what happened, please contact the Vail Daily for my information. It is a felony to touch anyone else’s vehicle or property.
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Are we seeing more bears because there are more bears on the valley floor, or because we’re all spending more time at home? It could be a bit of both.