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If Colorado had a state aroma, what would it be?

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Cameron Peak in June 2021 in the Cameron Peak Fire burn scar near Rustic, Colorado. The 2020 fire burned over 208,663 acres in Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Rocky Mountain National Park, making it the largest in state recorded history.

New Mexico may choose an official state aroma. A bill, inspired by 5th graders, would declare it “the aroma of green chile roasting in the fall,” which got us thinking: what would Colorado’s be? Host Ryan Warner shares your answers from social media.