[Cdt-l] More Fire news on the CT/CDT :(

Teresa Martinez tamartinez2003 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 24 23:26:55 CDT 2013

Correction- the fire in Lost Creek is called Black Canyon Fire not Bear
Gulch.  We have three fires in our area ( in and around Pine/Bailey/Conifer
Colorado), and in my haste I posted the Lost Creek fire incorrectly...again
it is the Black Canyon Fire.  Sorry for any confusion.

On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 10:02 PM, Paul Magnanti <pmags at yahoo.com> wrote:

>  >>They are using the CT to access the second fire, so the CT East of
> Kenosha may be touch and go for the next few days.  The new fire called the
> Bear Gulch Fire (Lost Creek >>WIlderness) is roughly 15-20 acres. As of 8
> pm this evening and the fire near segment 2, Strontia Springs fires are
> still small in size and are being heavily addressed.
> Damn..shows how fast things can change.  I was literally walking this
> stretch this past Saturday and came out Sunday morning near Bailey, CO.
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/pmags/sets/72157634297646130/
> Be safe all...



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