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Is the Denver area still doable for a vacation since the record floods

 
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Old 09-28-2013, 04:51 PM
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Is the Denver area still doable for a vacation since the record floods

My dad might go with me on a hunt in Wyoming in 2 weeks and for him and mom's 45th anniversary she may fly into Denver where we will meet her. Afterwards I will drive home and they would like to go near Colorado Springs/Pikes Peak area. She of course is worried that with all the recent floods and rains that a vacation will not be doable in the area. I would like to know if the area is in so called operating condition now?
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Old 09-28-2013, 06:58 PM
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Re: Is the Denver area still doable for a vacation since the record floods

Most of the springs area is still good to go. If they wanted to see some of the older are closer to the range some of that has suffered damage. still plenty to do.
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