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BREAKING! Colorado Fires! EastTroublesome now 188,000+ acres! CameronPeak 207,000+, CalWood 10,000+, LeftHand 460+. Fires to merge in Estes Park?

 
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BREAKING 24 October 2020

Firefighters are giving all to make sure this massive fire that jumped the continental divide doesn't destroy the entire city of Estes Park. An elderly couple was pronounced dead after failure to evacuate.

It is now in second place at nearly 189,000 acres and growing.

Hopefully this heavy snow system doesn't fan the flames too much before dropping moisture.

For now, the Cameron Peak fire has been kept at bay.

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The East Troublesome Fire to the south and west of Estes Park Colorado and very near Grand Lake, has exploded from around 20,000 acres 2 days ago, to 170,000+ acres in under 48 hours.

It is quickly approaching Estes Park from the West destroying much of Rocky Mountain National Park while the Cameron Peak Fire approaches from the North and East. Scientists and fire officials have stated it is very likely these two fires may merge. This fire has already claimed many properties in the Grand Lake area, but the numbers haven't been updated yet. This is a massive loss and mega disaster, potentially about to wipe out a national park.




Security camera footage captures the moment the east troublesome fire stormed into Grand Lake.



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The Cameron Peak Fire has been burning for 2.5 months. It's now the single largest fire in state history at 210,000 acres and growing.

It is affecting very historic locations such as Rocky Mountain National Park, CSU mountain campus, Pingree Park, Masonville, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Drake, Devils Backbone, Horsetooth, Palisade, Round Mountain...

It is breaking over the mountains and working its way down into west Loveland and Fort Collins as well as west toward Estes Park. These are highly populated areas. Winds a few days ago reached gusts of 80mph.

I actually live in one of these areas. I'll let you know if i am evacuating and I'll see if i can provide pictures.

We're ready to go. We were days ago when people were saying it wouldn't hit here.

Friends may be losing homes right now and hopefully no more than that.

Please say a prayer!



Over 1540 firefighters are in the area. It's like a city of firefighters out here. Everyone is coming together to feed them and help them.

UPDATE 18 October 2020 4:30 PM MST

Cameron peak fire Now at 203,360 acres.

CalWood Fire over 7,000 acres. Started yesterday and potentially was started by arson as heard on fire authority scanners.

BREAKING TODAY

Left Hand Canyon Fire sparks, forcing evacuation of the entire town of Ward, Colorado. Already over 100 acres. Can they get this one out before it becomes an issue?

These seem to have been started in lines along main travel routes and large population centers in Colorado. This is getting out of hand.

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How did the fire start?here in oregon it was antifa.
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As you look out into the forest it is riddled with beetle kill pines... its really not surprising that this is happening. Forrest service didn't want to burn the infected areas when it started... now the whole thing is ready to go. Circle of life... fire kills the beetles... and trees come back again.
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I am surprised I'm not seeing this here so here it is.

This fire has been burning for 2 months. It's now the single largest fire in state history at 174,000 acres and growing.

It is affecting very historic locations such as Rocky Mountain National Park, CSU mountain campus, Pingree Park, Masonville, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Drake, Devils Backbone, Horsetooth, Palisade, Round Mountain...

It is breaking over the mountains and working its way down into west Loveland and Fort Collins as well as west toward Estes Park. These are highly populated areas and with wind in the forecast reaching gusts of 80mph+, i feel like we haven't seen anything yet.

I actually live in one of these areas. I'll let you know if i am evacuating and I'll see if i can provide pictures.

The pressure is changing so rapidly here it's affecting my hearing. I'm setting several alarms to try to get a nap in.

We're ready to go. We were 2 days ago when people were saying it wouldn't hit here.

Many friends are losing homes right now and hopefully no more than that.

Please say a prayer!
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Good luck, and prayers to you all.

I have spent a lot of time, over many years, in that part of Colorado. Seems like yesterday that you guys were recovering from the flood. Ate many lunches and cold beer in the little joint at the junction in Drake, stayed in a cabin for several summers in Glen Haven, and many more summers in Estes Park.

One of my favorite areas on earth, and I hope it comes through OK.
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As you look out into the forest it is riddled with beetle kill pines... its really not surprising that this is happening. Forrest service didn't want to burn the infected areas when it started... now the whole thing is ready to go. Circle of life... fire kills the beetles... and trees come back again.
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Yeah it will all end eventually.

Until then this is going to be mega doom.

Estes Park is a huge historic and tourist destination and RMNP is a natural wonder. Loveland and Fort Collins have some of the largest populations behind Denver and Boulder. This is terrible!

A few friends of mine will lose so much! Luckily everyone got their horses and animals out!
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Losing homes might be terrible, but the poor animals and land that is being scorched... I can smell death and brimstone.
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I am surprised I'm not seeing this here so here it is.

This fire has been burning for 2 months. It's now the single largest fire in state history at 174,000 acres and growing.

It is affecting very historic locations such as Rocky Mountain National Park, CSU mountain campus, Pingree Park, Masonville, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Drake, Devils Backbone, Horsetooth, Palisade, Round Mountain...

It is breaking over the mountains and working its way down into west Loveland and Fort Collins as well as west toward Estes Park. These are highly populated areas and with wind in the forecast reaching gusts of 80mph+, i feel like we haven't seen anything yet.

I actually live in one of these areas. I'll let you know if i am evacuating and I'll see if i can provide pictures.

The pressure is changing so rapidly here it's affecting my hearing. I'm setting several alarms to try to get a nap in.

We're ready to go. We were 2 days ago when people were saying it wouldn't hit here.

Many friends are losing homes right now and hopefully no more than that.

Please say a prayer!
 Quoting: eyeDR3


Good luck, and prayers to you all.

I have spent a lot of time, over many years, in that part of Colorado. Seems like yesterday that you guys were recovering from the flood. Ate many lunches and cold beer in the little joint at the junction in Drake, stayed in a cabin for several summers in Glen Haven, and many more summers in Estes Park.

One of my favorite areas on earth, and I hope it comes through OK.
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I've been through disasters, but never like this. It's never hit so close to home.

We have seen much of this beautiful state. You start to fall in love with these areas and regular them. The pandemic has limited a lot this year and now this... This is destroying habitats, hunting and fishing, history, homes, beauty, fun...

Heavy heart. Very very heavy. I'm not in cry mode right now but it's hard.

I can hear it. It's creating a sound like a trumpet and camp fire... Winds are about to blow up.
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I am surprised I'm not seeing this here so here it is.

This fire has been burning for 2 months. It's now the single largest fire in state history at 174,000 acres and growing.

It is affecting very historic locations such as Rocky Mountain National Park, CSU mountain campus, Pingree Park, Masonville, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Drake, Devils Backbone, Horsetooth, Palisade, Round Mountain...

It is breaking over the mountains and working its way down into west Loveland and Fort Collins as well as west toward Estes Park. These are highly populated areas and with wind in the forecast reaching gusts of 80mph+, i feel like we haven't seen anything yet.

I actually live in one of these areas. I'll let you know if i am evacuating and I'll see if i can provide pictures.

The pressure is changing so rapidly here it's affecting my hearing. I'm setting several alarms to try to get a nap in.

We're ready to go. We were 2 days ago when people were saying it wouldn't hit here.

Many friends are losing homes right now and hopefully no more than that.

Please say a prayer!
 Quoting: eyeDR3


Good luck, and prayers to you all.

I have spent a lot of time, over many years, in that part of Colorado. Seems like yesterday that you guys were recovering from the flood. Ate many lunches and cold beer in the little joint at the junction in Drake, stayed in a cabin for several summers in Glen Haven, and many more summers in Estes Park.

One of my favorite areas on earth, and I hope it comes through OK.
 Quoting: last one


I've been through disasters, but never like this. It's never hit so close to home.

We have seen much of this beautiful state. You start to fall in love with these areas and regular them. The pandemic has limited a lot this year and now this... This is destroying habitats, hunting and fishing, history, homes, beauty, fun...

Heavy heart. Very very heavy. I'm not in cry mode right now but it's hard.

I can hear it. It's creating a sound like a trumpet and camp fire... Winds are about to blow up.
 Quoting: eyeDR3

Are you between Loveland and the entrance to the canyon?
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I am surprised I'm not seeing this here so here it is.

This fire has been burning for 2 months. It's now the single largest fire in state history at 174,000 acres and growing.

It is affecting very historic locations such as Rocky Mountain National Park, CSU mountain campus, Pingree Park, Masonville, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Drake, Devils Backbone, Horsetooth, Palisade, Round Mountain...

It is breaking over the mountains and working its way down into west Loveland and Fort Collins as well as west toward Estes Park. These are highly populated areas and with wind in the forecast reaching gusts of 80mph+, i feel like we haven't seen anything yet.

I actually live in one of these areas. I'll let you know if i am evacuating and I'll see if i can provide pictures.

The pressure is changing so rapidly here it's affecting my hearing. I'm setting several alarms to try to get a nap in.

We're ready to go. We were 2 days ago when people were saying it wouldn't hit here.

Many friends are losing homes right now and hopefully no more than that.

Please say a prayer!
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Good luck, and prayers to you all.

I have spent a lot of time, over many years, in that part of Colorado. Seems like yesterday that you guys were recovering from the flood. Ate many lunches and cold beer in the little joint at the junction in Drake, stayed in a cabin for several summers in Glen Haven, and many more summers in Estes Park.

One of my favorite areas on earth, and I hope it comes through OK.
 Quoting: last one


I've been through disasters, but never like this. It's never hit so close to home.

We have seen much of this beautiful state. You start to fall in love with these areas and regular them. The pandemic has limited a lot this year and now this... This is destroying habitats, hunting and fishing, history, homes, beauty, fun...

Heavy heart. Very very heavy. I'm not in cry mode right now but it's hard.

I can hear it. It's creating a sound like a trumpet and camp fire... Winds are about to blow up.
 Quoting: eyeDR3

Are you between Loveland and the entrance to the canyon?
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I'm just outside the first foothills. Couple miles from backbone.
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Trump was right.

You should have raked the leaves.
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That he was! People are pissed! Colorado is going red!
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Good luck, and prayers to you all.

I have spent a lot of time, over many years, in that part of Colorado. Seems like yesterday that you guys were recovering from the flood. Ate many lunches and cold beer in the little joint at the junction in Drake, stayed in a cabin for several summers in Glen Haven, and many more summers in Estes Park.

One of my favorite areas on earth, and I hope it comes through OK.
 Quoting: last one


I've been through disasters, but never like this. It's never hit so close to home.

We have seen much of this beautiful state. You start to fall in love with these areas and regular them. The pandemic has limited a lot this year and now this... This is destroying habitats, hunting and fishing, history, homes, beauty, fun...

Heavy heart. Very very heavy. I'm not in cry mode right now but it's hard.

I can hear it. It's creating a sound like a trumpet and camp fire... Winds are about to blow up.
 Quoting: eyeDR3

Are you between Loveland and the entrance to the canyon?
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I'm just outside the first foothills. Couple miles from backbone.
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Bad enough that the fire has made it that far east, but maybe the thinner vegetation and lack of big pines may help save Loveland. Just last year, it looked as though Drake and Glen Haven were still struggling to recover from the floods. The Estes Park angle is horrific.
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I've been through disasters, but never like this. It's never hit so close to home.

We have seen much of this beautiful state. You start to fall in love with these areas and regular them. The pandemic has limited a lot this year and now this... This is destroying habitats, hunting and fishing, history, homes, beauty, fun...

Heavy heart. Very very heavy. I'm not in cry mode right now but it's hard.

I can hear it. It's creating a sound like a trumpet and camp fire... Winds are about to blow up.
 Quoting: eyeDR3

Are you between Loveland and the entrance to the canyon?
 Quoting: last one


I'm just outside the first foothills. Couple miles from backbone.
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Bad enough that the fire has made it that far east, but maybe the thinner vegetation and lack of big pines may help save Loveland. Just last year, it looked as though Drake and Glen Haven were still struggling to recover from the floods. The Estes Park angle is horrific.
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Yeah i hope you are right. There hasn't been rain here since July, and in September there was one snow. It's just not enough. With the fire burning now for over 2 months, it's further dried out the foothills all the while leaves have mostly fallen. There are still many trees and structures in the area, but it is mostly open space and grasslands which are extremely dry. There was a spot fire from traveling embers so that tells me it can come into town. There might be some homes ablaze next to others that come out unscathed.
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Here in Wyoming. We have the Mullen fire with 176,000 acres.

Sad times but the environmentalists won't let us do forest management. I think, now that this is hitting Colorado hard, that mindset is about to be severely challenged. Either that or the pine beetle infestation and eventual pending fire were long term machinations by the elites to buy land via pressure to have states claim these federal lands and then bribing smaller state legislatures.
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You are flyover country to flyover country. Who cares. Burn it all down - can you skip that shit over to DC?
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You are flyover country to flyover country. Who cares. Burn it all down - can you skip that shit over to DC?
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Wish i could. And Denver isn't just flyover country, it's very important to powers that be.
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Here in Wyoming. We have the Mullen fire with 176,000 acres.

Sad times but the environmentalists won't let us do forest management. I think, now that this is hitting Colorado hard, that mindset is about to be severely challenged. Either that or the pine beetle infestation and eventual pending fire were long term machinations by the elites to buy land via pressure to have states claim these federal lands and then bribing smaller state legislatures.
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Everybody is talking about it. Colorado is fed up. Denver and Boulder are responsible for the liberalism that tarnished this state, otherwise it's crimson red. Remember Colorado voted for Reagan.

Yes, they absolutely must control dead trees. I've been to Red Feather and was in the forest hearing the standing dead trees knock into one another.
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Also live in the area am 4 miles from the closest mandatory evac zone. Wind is high here right now. We’re packed up and ready to go. Having a tough time sleeping tonight- don’t want to sleep through the noco alert

Prayers for you and your family
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I’ve never been to the Wild West yet but glad I didn’t go this year. Hoping for a full recovery over there OP! Hang in there.. Are the California fires still crazy or pretty much contained? I haven’t heard much lately on them
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Keep us updated OP, be safe. My heart goes out to you.bump L
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I grew up on Montana and moved to Dumont, CO when I was 19. Living 8,000 ft up in the mountains was amazing...I completely fell in love with the area, and state! I wound up moving back to Montana, and then Chicago, but always with the plan I would retire in CO. Then, the liberal bs started, so I decided to put CO out of my heart for good.

The thought, though, of that beautiful place burning, the good people losing their homes and, god forbid, their lives, due to liberal morons and their refusal to practice proper forest management, makes my blood boil.

I'm praying for you all...
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My heart goes out to you all. I just lived through one of the worst fire season in NorCal human history. The fires started on August 8th after a huge wind and dry lightning storm. There was huge fires all around me some 60+ small lightning fires became 7 huge fires. They burned hard for two weeks and then there was some relief. One of the fires that started on Aug 8th is still burning in Mendocino county it is much smaller but still burning. The Sonoma Napa area had two huge fires in two months. The wind is the killer. Wind driven fire can not be stopped by humans. No fire break will stop flying embers carried by the angry wind.

Good luck to all. The west is the best and westerners will carry on and prevail.
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You are flyover country to flyover country. Who cares. Burn it all down - can you skip that shit over to DC?
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Wish i could. And Denver isn't just flyover country, it's very important to powers that be.
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Indeed it is. That is, it is the COG operative Capital of the USA, important to COG functions in a state of national emergency. That is where they will move the National Command in the event of disaster, and from where they would continue to control the MIC.
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Damn you guys are pathetic. Let's blame everything on the liberals. Jesus.
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On the edge of the plains just down from there and the smoke is more intense than I've ever experienced in 50 years of living here.
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Damn you guys are pathetic. Let's blame everything on the liberals. Jesus.
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The enviro-wackjobs refuse to allow proper forest management, to include controlled burns and clearance of underbrush so that when you DO get these fire conditions, it is not nearly as deadly and devastating. They take over these states and then mismanage things that make natural disasters 1000 times worse than they SHOULD be, and you want to whine about liberals being blamed? TOO FUCKING BAD. It IS their fault!
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Here in Wyoming. We have the Mullen fire with 176,000 acres.

Sad times but the environmentalists won't let us do forest management. I think, now that this is hitting Colorado hard, that mindset is about to be severely challenged. Either that or the pine beetle infestation and eventual pending fire were long term machinations by the elites to buy land via pressure to have states claim these federal lands and then bribing smaller state legislatures.
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Re: BREAKING! Colorado Fires! EastTroublesome now 188,000+ acres! CameronPeak 207,000+, CalWood 10,000+, LeftHand 460+. Fires to merge in Estes Park?
Are the Cameron Peak Fire and the Mullen fire the same fire?
Like a river, or maybe a dream...
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10/17/2020 04:03 AM
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Re: BREAKING! Colorado Fires! EastTroublesome now 188,000+ acres! CameronPeak 207,000+, CalWood 10,000+, LeftHand 460+. Fires to merge in Estes Park?
Damn you guys are pathetic. Let's blame everything on the liberals. Jesus.
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