No, this isn’t from Boulder, Colorado, but it’s probably too close for comfort:
The scary part is that this one had a sister:
A road in Colorado is closed indefinitely due to a massive rock slide that produced two boulders large enough to wipe out a significant portion of the pavement.
According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, the boulders struck Colorado 145 on Friday [5/24] between Cortez and Telluride. The slide included dirt and other rocks. The two huge boulders destroyed the full width of the highway pavement, leaving a trench about 8 feet deep across both lanes. The road is impassable, the department said.
The smaller rock was moved. This one, not so much: the state says it will have to be blown to bits before they can get it out of the road — and then, of course, they’ll have to fix the road.