Chinook’s Birthday Bash – January 13-15, 2017 – Camp Cody, Freedom, New Hampshire
Please join us for a weekend of history and fun, as we celebrate the dog that started it all – CHINOOK
Date: January 13-15 (Friday-Sunday) 2017
Location: Camp Cody – 9 Cody Rd, Freedom NH, 03836 Camp Cody Website
Price, Per Person: $111.50 - includes lodging Friday and Saturday nights, 3 meals on Saturday, Breakfast on Sunday, and all activities $36.50 – meals only on Saturday, lodging on your own Dogs are free!
About Camp Cody: There has been a camp on this beautiful stretch of shore on Lake Ossipee since 1926. Camp Cody is in the town of Freedom, about 9 miles from Tamworth Village, and about 15 miles from the Chapel in Wonalancet. Camp Cody is a 200-acre facility and has:
- Cabins for 500 (obviously, we won't need all the beds! and the cabins we use would be heated)
- A culinary institute-trained staff in their dining hall
- A HUGE recreation hall and a large meeting space
- Breathtaking scenery, and the camp is less than two miles from trails (weather and trail conditions permitting).
Important note: This is a CAMP, meaning twin bunk beds. We will be the only group on the property, and we would have plenty of room to spread out, no one needs to take the upper bunk! Smoking is only allowed in certain areas. Linen rental is available. If you need more details, please contact Kim, and she will get more information.
Activities: Outdoor: pulling seminar & sledding/skijoring and/or bikejor/scootering as well as hiking Indoor: nosework, Chinook Olympic games and catching up with your two- and four-legged friends.
On Friday and Saturday evening we will have a speaker/presentation on Chinook History. There will likely be an auction. On Sunday, after check-out: sledding and/or a visit to Wonalancet Chapel. There will be loaner sleds, lines and harnesses.
Participants need to bring:
- A rabies certificate for each dog participating
- Poop bags – we are expected to pick up after our dogs
- A solid crate, to house your dog during meals and if your dog needs some quiet time
- A mat or small rug to go under the crate, to protect the floors
- Comfortable camp chair if sitting on a hard chair makes you uncomfortable
- Bed linens or light sleeping bag, pillow, towels, and a bath mat
QUESTIONS? Contact Kim Kramer at firstname.lastname@example.org