Lower North Fork Fire - Conifer, CO (fire sunrise+sunset Spring ). Photo by mike4him
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Lower North Fork Fire - Conifer, CO

Uploaded by: mike4him

Monday March 26, 2012

Parker, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: As seen from Parker, about 25 miles away. Lots of smoke just before sunset.

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6. joyceg
12:20 AM GMT on March 28, 2012
thanks @mike4him. I used to live on red cloud drive which is just across foxton rd from running deer. How sad that the house my dad built could be that close to being burned down. So sad about the houses already burnt and the 2 lives lost. My thoughts and prayers to everyone.
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5. mike4him
6:27 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
@joyceg - I see Foxton as one of the roads currently closed. Here's a link that lists closures of major roads. It's now at 4500 acres this afternoon and unfortunately now 2 deaths. So sad. A controlled burn from

last week that never fully went out.
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4. motorcyclenana
2:48 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
Wow. wish I could send you some of our rain. good picture, bad circumstance
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3. joyceg
2:34 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
How close is that to foxton rd or red cloud drive?? I used to live out there and hate to see the area burned down. It makes such am impact for years.
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2. tamcat
3:33 AM GMT on March 27, 2012
Wow. Nice shot! -kevin :)
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1. mike4him
3:25 AM GMT on March 27, 2012
As of 9 pm this evening, this fire is over 3000 acres and growing. We've had 50+ MPH winds all day all along the Denver Metro, with some gust up in the 90 MPH range on ridges. It's very, very dry with no forecast for moisture in the near future.
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I find myself here in Colorado for good. Beautiful place to live, I recommend it!

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