"It is extremely dry this year, and campfires are prohibited except in front country campgrounds with built fireplaces. So are alcohol stoves (probably to be expected after the big fire started by careless use of one in Colorado earlier). "
The fire started by the camper who tipped over an alcohol stove was the Hewlett Fire, near Ft.Collins 7,600 acres.
The "big fire" near Ft. Collins, caused by a lighting strike, was the High Park Fire, 87,284 acres and 256 homes.
Yet another major fire burned near Colorado Springs, cause undetermined but originating in a "homeless camp" area, was the Elmo Canyon Fire, 18,247 acres and 356 homes.
Be careful out there.