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Re: [hr100] Wildfire effect on HR?

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  • John Constan
    Start the rain dance party. Last week I was running the course around Ice Lake and saw the smoke from the fires move in quick. Sent from my iPad
    Message 1 of 8 , Jun 28, 2012
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      Start the rain dance party. Last week I was running the course around Ice Lake and saw the smoke from the fires move in quick.

      Sent from my iPad

      On Jun 28, 2012, at 8:05 AM, Steve Pero <ultrastevep@...> wrote:

      > What we need now is the monsoon season to begin. The weather forecast last
      > night (for northern NM) said we're about a week away from that to begin. As
      > I drive home to the northern mountains from ABQ every evening, I see the
      > beginnings of clouds forming, which is the first sign. The problem with
      > that also is that along with the monsoons is lightening, which precedes the
      > rain. A new fire popped up just NW of Durango, so anything can happen
      > between now and the 13th. Pray for the rains to begin! One year ago we
      > almost lost our home to a 150,000+ acre fire in New Mexico (that was
      > contained one mile from our deck), we hope this does't happen again while
      > we're away.
      >
      > Deb and I are driving up tomorrow evening to begin the course marking and
      > will be staying at Little Molas cg over the weekend. We'll return home for
      > a couple of days, then will be moving into the Avon through race weekend :-)
      > Last Saturday we ran the SJS50 in Lake City in the northern San Juans and
      > it was smoky and hot, a taste of what we're going to probabaly have during
      > Hardrock. Here are some photos I took during the race, which shows the
      > smoky air. http://perogoats.blogspot.com/
      >
      > See you all soon!
      > Steve
      >
      >
      >
      >>
      >>
      >> On Jun 27, 2012, at 6:03 PM, "Dale Garland" <hardrock100@...>
      >> wrote:
      >>
      >>> Brian and all the Hardrockers,
      >>> At this time there is not a plan to cancel Hardrock for 2012. As Brian
      >>> correctly states the Hardrock Run management and it's board of directors
      >> do
      >>> reserve the right to cancel the run if we feel it is in the best
      >> interest of
      >>> the communities, fire personnel and/or runners. As you might all
      >> surmise, the
      >>> fire season in Colorado is at an extreme level and we cannot guarantee
      >> that
      >>> conditions may not change between now and the 13th.
      >>>
      >>> From the Hardrock Hundred Value Statements:
      >>> "The Land The Hardrock Hundred appreciates the beauty and
      >>> vulnerability of the lands that are the basis of our event. We strive to
      >> use
      >>> utmost consideration and respect for these lands in the planning and
      >>> implementation of our event. We are committed to maintaining open and
      >> positive
      >>> communication with the stewards of the natural resources that we
      >> utilize."
      >>> In the meantime... if you all would send a little precipitation our way
      >>> we sure would appreciate it!!
      >>> Dale Garland
      >>> RD, Hardrock Hundred Endurance run
      >>>
      >>> On Wed, 27 Jun 2012 19:47:39 -0400
      >>> "McNeill, Brian" <BMCNEILL@...> wrote:
      >>>> I'm about to get on the plane in 30 hours. Before I do so, what's the
      >>>> likelihood that the race might be canceled if conditions hold steady?
      >>>>
      >>>> I know the a past Board took the prudent step not to over-burden
      >> public
      >>>> safety, BLM, state officials, and fellow Coloradans and canceled the
      >> race
      >>>> when CO had wildfires. Any significant chance of that with the
      >> information
      >>>> the Board has now?
      >>>>
      >>>> I realize that if conditions change, the board can and should make a
      >>>> decision based on new information.
      >>>>
      >>>> Thx
      >>>>
      >>>> Brian McNeill
      >>>
      >>>
      >>
      >> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >
      >
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      >
      >
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    • Carolyn Erdman
      It has been raining here the last three days which we need. CErdman
      Message 2 of 8 , Jun 28, 2012
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        It has been raining here the last three days which we need.
        CErdman



        > Start the rain dance party. Last week I was running the course around Ice
        > Lake and saw the smoke from the fires move in quick.
        >
        > Sent from my iPad
        >
        > On Jun 28, 2012, at 8:05 AM, Steve Pero <ultrastevep@...> wrote:
        >
        >> What we need now is the monsoon season to begin. The weather forecast
        >> last
        >> night (for northern NM) said we're about a week away from that to begin.
        >> As
        >> I drive home to the northern mountains from ABQ every evening, I see the
        >> beginnings of clouds forming, which is the first sign. The problem with
        >> that also is that along with the monsoons is lightening, which precedes
        >> the
        >> rain. A new fire popped up just NW of Durango, so anything can happen
        >> between now and the 13th. Pray for the rains to begin! One year ago we
        >> almost lost our home to a 150,000+ acre fire in New Mexico (that was
        >> contained one mile from our deck), we hope this does't happen again
        >> while
        >> we're away.
        >>
        >> Deb and I are driving up tomorrow evening to begin the course marking
        >> and
        >> will be staying at Little Molas cg over the weekend. We'll return home
        >> for
        >> a couple of days, then will be moving into the Avon through race weekend
        >> :-)
        >> Last Saturday we ran the SJS50 in Lake City in the northern San Juans
        >> and
        >> it was smoky and hot, a taste of what we're going to probabaly have
        >> during
        >> Hardrock. Here are some photos I took during the race, which shows the
        >> smoky air. http://perogoats.blogspot.com/
        >>
        >> See you all soon!
        >> Steve
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >>>
        >>>
        >>> On Jun 27, 2012, at 6:03 PM, "Dale Garland" <hardrock100@...>
        >>> wrote:
        >>>
        >>>> Brian and all the Hardrockers,
        >>>> At this time there is not a plan to cancel Hardrock for 2012. As Brian
        >>>> correctly states the Hardrock Run management and it's board of
        >>>> directors
        >>> do
        >>>> reserve the right to cancel the run if we feel it is in the best
        >>> interest of
        >>>> the communities, fire personnel and/or runners. As you might all
        >>> surmise, the
        >>>> fire season in Colorado is at an extreme level and we cannot guarantee
        >>> that
        >>>> conditions may not change between now and the 13th.
        >>>>
        >>>> From the Hardrock Hundred Value Statements:
        >>>> "The Land The Hardrock Hundred appreciates the beauty and
        >>>> vulnerability of the lands that are the basis of our event. We strive
        >>>> to
        >>> use
        >>>> utmost consideration and respect for these lands in the planning and
        >>>> implementation of our event. We are committed to maintaining open and
        >>> positive
        >>>> communication with the stewards of the natural resources that we
        >>> utilize."
        >>>> In the meantime... if you all would send a little precipitation our
        >>>> way
        >>>> we sure would appreciate it!!
        >>>> Dale Garland
        >>>> RD, Hardrock Hundred Endurance run
        >>>>
        >>>> On Wed, 27 Jun 2012 19:47:39 -0400
        >>>> "McNeill, Brian" <BMCNEILL@...> wrote:
        >>>>> I'm about to get on the plane in 30 hours. Before I do so, what's the
        >>>>> likelihood that the race might be canceled if conditions hold steady?
        >>>>>
        >>>>> I know the a past Board took the prudent step not to over-burden
        >>> public
        >>>>> safety, BLM, state officials, and fellow Coloradans and canceled the
        >>> race
        >>>>> when CO had wildfires. Any significant chance of that with the
        >>> information
        >>>>> the Board has now?
        >>>>>
        >>>>> I realize that if conditions change, the board can and should make a
        >>>>> decision based on new information.
        >>>>>
        >>>>> Thx
        >>>>>
        >>>>> Brian McNeill
        >>>>
        >>>>
        >>>
        >>> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >>>
        >>>
        >>>
        >>
        >>
        >> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >>
        >>
        >>
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