Colorado residents/occupants: need info about road closures due to wildfires (1 Viewer)

shmason

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I'm in San Luis Valley in southern CO. I'm trying to get back east to see family and friends. My plan was to go north to Denver to try and hitch east. A girl I know in town told me of road closures but wasn't able to be specific. I'm fairly certain I'll be able to get to Pueblo no problem, but I need to know if going north from Pueblo is out of the question due to fires.
any info is appreciated! thanks,

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shmason

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Thanks for the info, I'll most likely give her a call a few days before I leave for specifics on road closures, but the website is very helpful at this point in time.
 

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