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Seeley Lake on Fire

Where's my Mom the "Burn Boss" when you need her? From the Missoulian:

Seeley Lake residents prepare to flee Jocko Lakes fire
In two weekend days, the Jocko Lakes fire exploded across 18,000 acres, destroying one home, damaging several others and threatening this small western Montana town.

In doing so, the wildfire earned itself designation Sunday as the No. 1 priority forest fire in the nation.

After Saturday?s firestorm and flurry of evacuations, Sunday brought minimal winds and gave fire crews a fighting chance to get a handle on the fire, which is just a mile west of Seeley Lake and a mile north of Placid Lake.

Seeley Lake is 25 miles from The Cabin. There's unlikely to be a threat the The Swan (where I grew up). However, Seeley Lake is pretty close to home as I went to high school there and we have a very good family friend living in "Dog Town". Must be exciting times right now.

This fire made me think of this awesome photo from a few years back.

One of my favorite digital photographs

Posted in General at Aug 06 2007, 12:00:56 PM MDT 6 Comments

Great shot indeed!

Posted by Kocka on August 07, 2007 at 07:00 AM MDT #

Wow. You should print and frame that one. Intense.

Posted by Yong Bakos on August 07, 2007 at 09:56 AM MDT #

Yes, that is an awesome photo - it was taken by a firefighter with a govenment cmaera, so the man who took the pic could not get credit for it. kind of sad. Things seem to be getting better at Seeley in the past couple of days, although it is still pretty smoky here in the Swan.

Posted by eileen on August 11, 2007 at 11:31 AM MDT #

This fire sucks i go to placid lake every summer and the fire is like 1 mile away... hope they get it under more control

Posted by Alex on August 12, 2007 at 04:43 PM MDT #

[Trackback] As reported last week , the town I where went to high school is on fire. Here's an update from my sister's friend, Aliselina Strong: The Seeley Lake fire is the # 1 priority fire in the nation due to the number of residences threatened and the to...

Posted by Raible Designs on August 12, 2007 at 10:06 PM MDT #

My boyfriend is there right now fighting this fire. These are the kind of photos that make us realize what they are really up against. Lets keep all the firefighters and workers in our prayer and hope for a safe return to their friends and loved ones.

Posted by Tory on August 28, 2007 at 02:52 PM MDT #

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