Hiding Place Of Powder

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The Cache la Poudre River pronounced “Poo-der” .

The name of the river roughly means “Hide the powder” in French. It refers to an incident in the 1820s when French trappers, caught by a snowstorm, were forced to bury part of their gunpowder along the banks of the river.

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