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  1. #30751
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    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    Its going to be raining Saturday
    Wet masks are probably a harder sale.
    Just got a little rain, and hopefully a little more tomorrow and Saturday. It will be nice before next week supposed to be our warmest days of the year.

  2. #30752
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    Wet masks are probably a harder sale.
    Just got a little rain, and hopefully a little more tomorrow and Saturday. It will be nice before next week supposed to be our warmest days of the year.
    I'm all for it, wash the Covid (and fire danger) away!

  3. #30753
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    Good for berries and stuff too. Still a number of bears down low. Our neighbor had some fresh scat this past week.

  4. #30754
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    Rain and lightning came in around 11 and I can only imagine the amount of people scurrying off of 14ers.

    What a weird 4th though, working on main st in Breck it just wasn't the same.

  5. #30755
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    We went 4 wheeling up high, perfect activity for a rainy holiday. Wasn't too crowded with other user groups. I guess UTV's don't like the rain?

  6. #30756
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    Still some good turns to be had up high!
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  7. #30757
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    ^^^sick

  8. #30758
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    Spectacular day for some hiking in the alpine of A-Basin today:
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  9. #30759
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    Damn that's nice.

    Is the monsoon season arriving anytime soon? It's hot as shit already. With 2020 being the year of suck, I'm guessing we don't see a drop of rain for weeks.

  10. #30760
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    End of December we should be due for some moisture. Keep the faith.

  11. #30761
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    PSA: Season's Eatings is having a sizzling summer sale on their Schweddy Balls.

  12. #30762
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    No sign of any monsoon moisture. It’s hot up here. Our cases are at 60 the past 5 days but the hospital is still in good shape but we are full of TX and FL folks for sure.

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  13. #30763
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    well the good news is that you can frolic in the high alpine any time of day without storm threats right now haha

  14. #30764
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    ^^ There's a silver lining to every weather pattern.
    Did the bike/hike thing up to Rogers Peak this evening, absolutely gorgeous out there.
    They should close the road more often, I'm a big fan!
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  15. #30765
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    not weather related, but this is the best place to reach a bunch of FRangers: does anyone have a camper place (or just a guy) that does good work? Our camper has a bunch of little things wrong with it, and I don't have the desire or time to fiddle with every last thing. And the local place in Boulder sucks.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
    "She was tossing her bean salad with the vigor of a Drunken Pop princess so I walked out of the corner and said.... "need a hand?"" - Odin
    "I'd eat a bag of Dicks and wash it down with a Coke any day." - iceman

  16. #30766
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    ^^^ heard windish rv on 25 has good service, never been myself though.

    on weather note.....its fucking hot!

  17. #30767
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    "Large" fire reported on top of 3 Mile in Glenwood. Requesting air support. Lightning I am guessing.

    Nice to get a little moisture this evening and some nice cloud cover today to take the edge off.

  18. #30768
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    https://denver.cbslocal.com/2020/07/...i_f0NVsOuKtL98

    FS approves loveland cat op in dry gulch

  19. #30769
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    starting to get more monsoon like around here. decent storm late last night and showers on and off all day today.

  20. #30770
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    Been a welcome change down here for sure

  21. #30771
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    Statewide storm rolling due North. Not something you see every day.

  22. #30772
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    Some pretty cool lightning over the northern front range. Hope it doesn’t start anything in the hills. Will take the rain for sure.
    It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. –Ernest Hemingway

  23. #30773
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    Had some of the hardest rain/hail I've ever seen in Breck yesterday afternoon. Main street turned into a river and was washing away tables/umbrellas left and right. It only lasted for a half hour or so but then the consistent rain lasted until maybe 4am. Sure as shit ain't a single bit of dryness out there for now... haha

  24. #30774
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    Were you there in the summer of 2011 when everything flooded after 3 inches of rain? Airport road and hwy 9 to blue river were both underwater for a few days. Actually, I think it was more than a few days. I remember having to drive the long way around for quite a while.

  25. #30775
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    It was puking hard in my area yesterday afternoon. Electricity, WIFI, and satellite all going out intermittently. Maybe three-four more days of this. I'm suppose to drive up to South Dakota on the bike this week. I'd hate to get caught in a deluge on the way up, that happened a couple of times in Ohio. Not fun.
    ˇÓrale, vato!

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