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Scouting by horseback

Scouting by horseback by Gila Forest
Scouting by horseback, a photo by Gila Forest on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Alan Sinclair scouts the Wilderness for locations to put crews and dig containment lines between Middle Fork and East Fork. Scouting by air on the southeast portion of the fire was limited due to the amount of smoke covering the area.

Credit US Forest Service Gila National Forest

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