Snow business: Conditions disrupt Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club races

One of Tim Thiessen’s dogs yawns as Thiessen hooks up the rest of his team to the sled in the Summit Top parking lot before the start of the eight dog race at the Rocky Mountain Dog Sled Races Saturday.



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One of Tim Thiessen’s dogs yawns as Thiessen hooks up the rest of his team to the sled in the Summit Top parking lot before the start of the eight dog race at the Rocky Mountain Dog Sled Races Saturday.

Sled dogs are bred for snow, but sometimes even the bravest find discretion the right move. So it was Saturday on Grand Mesa, when a major storm dropped more than a foot of snow overnight and…




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