Friday, September 2, 2011
Neshobe is Missing!
Neshobe the Senior Great Dane has been missing since August 25th! Ccan you help by joining our search party?
Signs have been posted. Police have been notified as well as all the neighbors. We put out an amber missing pet alert to about 500 locals. He is posted as missing on Petfinder, Pet Harbor and a couple other sites. There are campers up there and they know he is missing and are looking for him.
Team – we truly need your help to bring Neshobe home. We need as many volunteers as possible searching around the clock through the holiday weekend, time is of the essence. We are planning to have a fairly large search party scheduled for Saturday night into Sunday morning – please join us! If you can help ANY TIME this weekend, even if it is for an hour or so please let me know. We believe he is sunning himself and snoozing during much of the daytime hours, so the best time to see or hear him is in the evening and/or early morning between (5am – 7am). However we still need eyes and ears out during the day as well (he was heard barking mid-day earlier in the week).
About the area he is in:
Home Address: 124 Blue Flag Lane, Blackhawk, CO (closer to Pinecliffe than Blackhawk)
Directions are fairly easy. Map attached.
Get to Coal Creek Canyon (72) and go up past Wonder Vu and down again -
You go through Pinecliffe over RR tracks. At about the 15 mile mark (from when you turn onto 72 from 93) you will turn LEFT onto S Beaver Creek Rd.
Go over the RR tracks again and take the SECOND LEFT onto Emory (sign kind of hidden) just past a group of mailboxed.
Go straight up Emory and at the top turn left onto Blue Flag to get to Kristines house (second house on left)
OR keep going straight for about 1/4 of a mile and turn left at the big dirt pile drive in about 1/4 mile (this is the area where Neshobe was last seen).
If you have AT&T your cell will work up there but if not, it won't. It is a rather remote area with homes every 1-2 miles. 4 wheel drive recommended. There are some creeks up there and puddles of rain water. Neshobe seems to frequent the roads during the day and hunker down at night.
You and your dogs safety is key. · Please bring food, water, flashlights/headlamps, layers of clothing, a leash (in case you find our mystery man) and some hot dogs or cheese. · Please leave a note on your car or at the house and/or call/text/email Marissa or Kristine if you come in/out of the area.· Remember there is only AT&T cell service up there and spotty Verizon coverage. Two way radios, whistles and car horns are great tools as well.