Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

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Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by fulsizjeep » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:53 am

This CO state park is accessed by Millwood Rd and FS road 559 off hwy 184 between Mancos and Dolores. It is a 20 minute drive from home. FS 559 connects to Chicken Creek Trail from the west. It was a bit early to go far but at 7800 feet, it was pretty dry around the reservoir which was still froze over. There was a fair amount of snow in the ponderosa pines where there are some private owned cabins on the other side (north) of the reservoir.

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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by bigun » Sat Apr 21, 2018 8:36 am

Great pictures!
It is scary to think that you folks are suffering from the drought also!!

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Post by fulsizjeep » Sat Apr 21, 2018 8:43 am

bigun wrote:Great pictures!
It is scary to think that you folks are suffering from the drought also!!
Thanks! Yeah, it's tough. Really looking like 2000 all over again regarding fire conditions. About 40% of Mesa Verde burned down that year.
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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by bigun » Sat Apr 21, 2018 10:56 am

fulsizjeep wrote:
bigun wrote:Great pictures!
It is scary to think that you folks are suffering from the drought also!!
Thanks! Yeah, it's tough. Really looking like 2000 all over again regarding fire conditions. About 40% of Mesa Verde burned down that year.
Was that the year they had a bunch if building show up that nobody knew about because they had been covered with trees?


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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by will e » Sat Apr 21, 2018 11:46 am

Great Pic's Flint. Looks like you are enjoying your well earned retirement!
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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by fulsizjeep » Sun Apr 22, 2018 4:47 am

bigun wrote:Was that the year they had a bunch if building show up that nobody knew about because they had been covered with trees?
I forget the numbers but if I remember right, there were around 1200 sites discovered during the post fire assessments.

will e wrote:Great Pic's Flint. Looks like you are enjoying your well earned retirement!
Thanks! Yes, it is very good. :-bd
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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by jsinajeep » Sun Apr 22, 2018 4:58 am

Its just good to Wally out also.

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Post by fulsizjeep » Sun Apr 22, 2018 6:47 am

jsinajeep wrote:Its just good to Wally out also.
All I can say to this is THANK YOU. :-bd :fsj:
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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by Lumpskie » Tue Apr 24, 2018 3:45 am

Great pictures! Like you said, it looks like good thick ice on the water, but no snow. I wish I could have sent CO some of NH's snow in March...
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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by fulsizjeep » Wed Apr 25, 2018 7:30 am

Lumpskie wrote:Great pictures! Like you said, it looks like good thick ice on the water, but no snow. I wish I could have sent CO some of NH's snow in March...
Thanks. We would have gladly taken it! :-bd
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Re: Joe Moore Reservoir 3-13-18

Post by bigun » Wed Apr 25, 2018 9:29 am

Lumpskie wrote:Great pictures! Like you said, it looks like good thick ice on the water, but no snow. I wish I could have sent CO some of NH's snow in March...

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Lumpskie wrote:Great pictures! Like you said, it looks like good thick ice on the water, but no snow. I wish I could have sent CO some of NH's snow in March...
Thanks. We would have gladly taken it! :-bd
So would we in NM :cry:

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