Nikkormat wrote:I just got fired so assuming all goes well I'll be there Wednesday night (late) to Saturday morning.
Welcome to the (unemployed) club...
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416 Fire was at 7180 acres yesterday. It has been roasting around 1000 acres a day.fulsizjeep wrote:FYI - Yes, it is upon us. Currently there is a wildfire that has forced closure of US 550 near Hermosa. You can see Colorado road closures at COTRIP.ORG. Over 1100 acres burned as of last night. There is 30% chance of showers tonight and tomorrow but 30% doesn't mean that much here. I don't get excited until it hits 50%. 30% in Florida... yeah, it's gonna rain. I hope we get some decent monsoons by the middle of July.
fulsizjeep wrote:416 Fire was at 7180 acres yesterday. It has been roasting around 1000 acres a day.
A new fire started yesterday afternoon near Bear Creek NE of Dolores on 145.
https://durangoherald.com/articles/2276 ... es#slide=0
I wonder if Dave & Deb will let us wheel the hill between the Aspen area and the office area.bigun wrote:I have been wondering if this years event would happen
fulsizjeep wrote:I wonder if Dave & Deb will let us wheel the hill between the Aspen area and the office area.bigun wrote:I have been wondering if this years event would happen
They just announced the 416 Fire is 22,131 acres. High winds ripped it up yesterday afternoon. Winds should be calm this week. Things can be different a month from now. Pray for healthy monsoons and we'll be dodging lightning bolts on Imogene.
We are about 25-30 miles from Burro and 30-35 miles from 416. Yes, we are good, thanks. Here is a view from the NE corner of our property. The big smoke is 416 beyond the La Plata Mountains which is between us and Durango. The lighter smoke to the left is Burro. Taken around 3:30 this afternoon.bigun wrote:Flint how about you and Krista are you out of the line of fire so to speak?
fulsizjeep wrote: Here is a view from the NE corner of our property. The big smoke is 416 beyond the La Plata Mountains which is between us and Durango. The lighter smoke to the left is Burro. Taken around 3:30 this afternoon.
Yeah man. Just did some research on Hurricane Bud and now really looking forward to some moisture from that. We currently have 20% chance for Thursday night.rstep wrote:Thanks Flint,I know for down this way they are saying we have 1.7 inches coming this weekend so let's hope you all get it also.
will e wrote:So those are not clouds? That's smoke from the fire?
BTW, nice shot getting the hood ornament in
fulsizjeep wrote:This page is a good one to keep an eye on. It shows which trails are open/closed and in what National Forest; San Juan, Uncompaghre or San Miguel...
https://soajeep.com/trail-maps-conditio ... onditions/
The Public Information Office for the Forest Service has established a 24 hour hotline with a recorded message up today on fire restrictions: 970-874-6602.
Exhibit 1 - Forest Closure Map
https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DO ... 583247.pdf
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