Rocky Mountain National Park getting back to normal after fire

With firefighters gaining the upper hand on the Fern Lake Fire, life in Rocky Mountain National Park is beginning to return to normal. Full Story
JustSayinEP

Estes Park, CO

#1 Dec 11, 2012
How about we call this the bionic $6 million fire, since it behaved so unusually and unpredictably, driven in the direction of a strong wind that no one could have ever imagined, since most fires travel against the wind. Who would have known, despite 200 years of weather records, that wind in the area would blow down from the mountains in the winter?
JustSayinEP

Broomfield, CO

#2 Dec 12, 2012
I love my sister!!!

I wonder if these mischefous posts are being left by my other, fatter, sister that I jilted in favor of my toothless sister!!!

These possibilities should all be considered!!!

Have a marfelous day, and make sure to impregnant your sister whenever you get the chance!!!

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