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ppine

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Posted: 08/25/20 08:50am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

In 1988 I was packing horses in Wyoming during the Yellowstone Fires. It was a trip that was planned way in advance so we went anyway. We were in the Absaroka Range just east and down wind of Yellowstone Park. During the day the sun in Cody was bright red. By time we headed into the high elevation country there was no smoke at all for a solid week until we went back towards town.

There will still be plenty of color in Colorado.

Busskipper

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dodge guy wrote:

Not to try and be funny here, but aren’t there going to be a lot less fall colors. Meaning not much to see. I know there are other areas to see and the Rockies are large, but people that live in the area are trying to get away from it along with people showing up. My wife cousin lives on the western slope around Glenwood Springs. They had the fire early on, but are still getting the smoke back by them.

Good luck if you go!


There are a Lotta Aspen Trees - seriously doubt the fires will affect the color this year - we plan on being there for three weeks - we will only have a chance to see a Small amount of the Beauty in the State.

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Skyberg01

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Posted: 08/27/20 06:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There is alot of smoky haze in eastern South Dakota.

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