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Squirrel Creek Fire aftermath [2]
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Aftermath of the Squirrel Creek Fire which started on July 1, 2012 in the Medicine Bow National Forest near Woods Landing, Wyoming.  This was taken along the southern portal of the Sheep Mountain trail along Fox Creek Road.

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