UPDATE: 4pm Tuesday – Evacuations lifted, night shift working the fire line all night. Fire kept at 227 acres despite gusty winds. Containment reported at 45%.
There is a new fire burning in Northeast Colorado, not far from the Hewlett Gulch Fire (which is actually still burning, although controlled). It’s called the Stuart Hole Fire and is in Larimer County. Updated info can be found at Larimer County Emergency Information‘s website here. Currently the fire is about 200 acres and there have been some evacuations. Continue reading →
Rant/Soapbox: Pick up after yourself, pack out what you pack in, tread lightly, pick up after your pets. We pick up trash when we take walks around campgrounds. Don’t leave a trace you were there. We used to camp at very primitive campgrounds, and we didn’t just leave it the way we found it, we left it as if we were never there. http://www.treadlightly.org/ Continue reading →
FINAL UPDATE: Cooler temperatures, rain, and higher humidity has helped turn the corner on this fire as Hwy 14 has reopened and evacuations have been lifted. The fire is 87% contained and no measurable growth is expected. Ansel Watrous and Stove Prairie campgrounds are OPEN.
UPDATE: Hwy 14 is now closed from the junction of Hwy 287 (Teds Place) to Stove Prairie Road (CO27). This essentially closes the Ansel Watrous Campground and the only way to the campgrounds west of the fire is via Stove Prairie Road (CO27) from Masonville until it terminates at Hwy 14. Continue reading →
This is In The Field Camping Podcast Season 1, Episode 2. Recorded on location at Flatiron Reservoir, Colorado.
Campground review: Carter Lake. 2nd largest lake in Colorado, 12mi of shoreline. 96 sites, 13mi west of I25 (west of Berthoud and Loveland). 5 campgrounds (Eagle, South Shore, North Pines, Big Thompson, and Carter Knolls). No dump at campgrounds, but just east of Carter Lake. $7 fee to Larimer County Parks + nightly camping fee. Fishing, swimming, boating. Very popular, crowded on weekends. http://www.co.larimer.co.us/naturalresources/carter.htm Continue reading →
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