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    Lots of smoke west of HTMP this afternnoon

    Forest fire or controlled burn ? I hadn't heard of any burning going on this week.






    Found it: Fire up the Buckhorn. THIS is the breaking story from the Ft.Collins paper.

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    Can see it from Boulder.. It's pretty windy out

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    Windy ??

    Well that's Boulder.

    It was almost calm this afternoon on my ride. I just couldn't tell from my perspective how far behind HTMP it was, it looked pretty close to me, and seemed to be growing the whole time I was out.

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    I heard that there was a good sized fire around La Porte.
    it sounded like a totally different event, but maybe I just have bad info (word of mouth)
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    The "Paradise Fire" is now around 50 acres and is about 2 miles or so North of "The Dam" store on HWY34. Cause is under investigation

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    I was up at the tooth yesterday hiking with my dog at about the time it started. I smelled it right away but never saw it. Curious what started it...

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