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Old 06-24-2012, 09:42 AM   #1
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Ring of Fire

In Colorado now and fires starting all around. Wonder if I should get out before its a ring of fire......
Anyone up up Montana, Wyoming, Idaho......how is it up there?
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Depends on the area you're in, whether it's heavily forested, and highway access in your area would be affected if winds drive the fires in your direction. Only you can make that decision and take appropriate action and relocate in an area out of potential fire danger.

Good luck with your decision...
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They yammer and yammer on the news about all the acrage involved.

In Colorado less than 1/10th of 1 percent of the land is involved.
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Ok I was half kidding! In Buena Vista, no worries, much less smoke than I thought!
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