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A line of uniformed wildland firefighters is carryign conifer branches and woody material toward the mouth of a large yellow chipping machine.  A spray of chips is being shot out, off the roadway, to the left.

Loading the chipper
Posted on: 08/25/17 08:29 pm

A line of uniformed wildland firefighters is lined up carrying conifer branches and woody material toward the mouth of a yellow chipper.  Chips are being shot out the left side of the machine and off the road shoulder.

Loading the chipper
Posted on: 08/25/17 08:26 pm

View down paved roadway, lined with forest.  The shoulder and ditch area on the left side of the road is covered with heaped branches and sticks.  A yellow chipping machine is on the right side of the road in the distance.

Material along Hwy410 that needs to be chipped
Posted on: 08/25/17 08:18 pm

Image at a distant, dark forested ridge top.  Smoke rises from many places within and at the edges of the American Fire.  No flames are visible.

American Fire 4 pm Aug25
Posted on: 08/25/17 08:12 pm

Image across a riverbed at a distant, forested hill.  Smoke is rising from many places within and at the edges of the American Fire.  A helicopter carries a bucket of water.

American Fire 4 pm Aug25
Posted on: 08/25/17 08:02 pm

View downhill from Hwy 410 at a steep rocky hillside that's burning in the Norse Peak Fire.  Some of the mature forest is green.  Some is scorched red.  Some areas have been burned black.  Smoke rises in a vague pattern, but no flames are visible.

Mixed Severity symptoms on Norse Peak Fire
Posted on: 08/25/17 07:54 pm

View downhill along a highway.  In the distance is a steep burned hillside with vague smoke rising in places.  Some of the trees are green; some are scorched red; some have had their foliage burned away.  The near-ground along the highway is not burned.

Mixed Severity symptoms on Norse Peak Fire
Posted on: 08/25/17 07:53 pm

View down a long, forested valley filled with hazy smoke beneath a blue sky.  The source of some of this smoke is the American Fire, burning on a ridge to the right of center.

View from Chinook Pass
Posted on: 08/25/17 07:50 pm

Firefighters enjoy a break on the Norse Peak Fire.

Enjoying a break
Posted on: 08/23/17 06:56 pm

Chainsaws are used to cut down dead trees and remove brush along Hwy 410.

Sawyers work to remove forest fuels
Posted on: 08/23/17 06:41 pm

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