Thanksgiving in the High Country |

Thanksgiving in the High Country

Summit Daily/Reid WilliamsColorado Springs resident Kelly Florek, right, leads the way uphill for Bailey, 5, and wife Chris, with 2-year-old Nina in tow at the Breckenridge Nordic Center Thursday.

While some of us have been skiing and boarding for several weeks now, the real season starts with the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

This year, snow continues to fall and resorts continue to open up

terrain, making for an even more festive mood.

In Summit County, Thanksgiving Day was a day of hitting the slopes, Nordic skiing, and, of course, eating.

For a rundown on how business looked Thursday, please see the story on page A5.

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