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Old 09-14-2013, 12:29 AM   #11
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"Looking forward to joining you!"

You all ready did! and welcome aboard from mid California

"Blub blub, You'll need a boat not an RV. Lots of campgrounds closed north of Denver. It's quite wet here. 500 year flood in North Denver and Boulder".

GarbonZ, Our daughter lives in Lakewood (works at the Elephant Bar Restaurant) and she is keeping us posted she says it's quite a mess with flooded streets etc.
I've been to the elephant bar and work about 2 miles from there. Nice place. Lakewood was kinda spared the worst of it, which happened up north a bit. Pretty weird. Roads closed all over the place in low spots when the rivers undermined them.
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Old 09-14-2013, 12:32 AM   #12
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We own a 2011 2304S and love it. PM me if you have questions. We live in Arvada and are amazed at the amount of water everywhere. Lived here 38 years and never saw anything like this. Guess the drought is over.
We are in Arvada to, and had a evacuation notice last night. We are pretty high and so stayed home but the North south road out on the west side of town are a mess.
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Old 09-14-2013, 07:52 PM   #13
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Thanks for all the advice and warm welcomes. We have family members who live in Lyons, Colorado, and they cannot get out. The road was washed out and the river is 100 feet wide, covering all of their lower yard. Luckily, they live up high on their property so their houses were not lost. This is truly a devastating time for all the folks who have been affected by this 100 year flood. I am happy about getting our new RV, but this tragedy kind of trumps that.
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