Filed under: maps | Tags: buffalo creek, forest fire map, forest fires, Gabbert, lime gulch, Lime Gulch Fire, USGS
Lime Gulch is the name of the latest Buff Creek fire. Funny thing, there is no Lime Gulch around there apparently.
Map via USGS via Bill Gabbert:
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: Colorado, Colorado Springs, forest fires, Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, Mountain Shadows, Ormes Peak, Palmer Reservoir, Rampart Reservoir, Scar on the Mountain, Waldo Canyon Fire
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: Air Force Academy, Colorado fires, Colorado Springs, forest fires, Garden of the Gods, Green Mountain Falls, Mountain Shadows, Peregrine, Waldo Canyon Fire, wildfire, Woodland Park, Woodman Road
The latest iteration, Wednesday 27 June AM. It ate a good chunk of west CS yesterday.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Cedar Heights, Chipita Park, Colorado Springs, Colorado wildfires, Crystal Park, forest fires, Garden of the Gods, Inciweb, Manitou Springs, Old Colorado City, Ormes Peak, Queens Canyon, Scar on the Mountain, Waldo Canyon Fire, Williams Canyon, Woodland Park
As of roughly 5 p.m. Monday, June 25, 2012.
via Inciweb.org: http://inciweb.org/incident/2929/
Woodland Park on pre-evac standby.
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: Bill Gabbert, Colorado, fire ban, firefighting, forest fire, forest fires, Gila, Montrose, New Mexico, smoke jumpers, smoke map, smoke plume, uncontrolled burn, Wildfire Today, wildland fire
If you’re wondering why it smells like campfire, take a look. This is from this morning. Official fire name: Whitewater-Baldy Fire. There is also a new fire on the Colorado Western Slope, but if you’re smelling smoke it’s most likely from the Gila.
In other news, the entire South appears to be on fire.
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