Horse Park Fire near Disappointment Valley scorches 1,240 acres

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Horse Park Fire near Disappointment Valley scorches 1,240 acres

The Horse Park Fire makes a run Monday in thick timber southwest of Norwood.
Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team

The Horse Park Fire is at 1,240 acres burning 15 miles southwest of Norwood. It was started by lightning May 26 where the S is on the map.
Comanche, a wild horse, faces the Horse Park Fire as it burns Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
Aurora and Piedra, in Comanche’s band, graze within view of the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
A small plane drops water over the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area’s northeastern boundary.
Temple, Madison, Tenaz and Jake graze as the moon rises and the Horse Park Fire burns Sunday above Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
S’aka follows his band within view of the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
The Horse Park Fire has grown to 1,240 acres, up from 1,048 acres on Sunday. It is burning in a remote area on Bureau of Land Management and private land near the Spring Creek Basin wild horse herd near Dissapointment Valley. There are pre-evacuation orders and one road closure. People are advised to stay out of the area.
The Horse Park fire is threatening ranchlands and cabins. No structures have been lost as of Wednesday.
A slurry bomber hits the remote Horse Park Fire on Monday.

Horse Park Fire near Disappointment Valley scorches 1,240 acres

The Horse Park Fire makes a run Monday in thick timber southwest of Norwood.
Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team

The Horse Park Fire is at 1,240 acres burning 15 miles southwest of Norwood. It was started by lightning May 26 where the S is on the map.
Comanche, a wild horse, faces the Horse Park Fire as it burns Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
Aurora and Piedra, in Comanche’s band, graze within view of the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
A small plane drops water over the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area’s northeastern boundary.
Temple, Madison, Tenaz and Jake graze as the moon rises and the Horse Park Fire burns Sunday above Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
S’aka follows his band within view of the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
The Horse Park Fire has grown to 1,240 acres, up from 1,048 acres on Sunday. It is burning in a remote area on Bureau of Land Management and private land near the Spring Creek Basin wild horse herd near Dissapointment Valley. There are pre-evacuation orders and one road closure. People are advised to stay out of the area.
The Horse Park fire is threatening ranchlands and cabins. No structures have been lost as of Wednesday.
A slurry bomber hits the remote Horse Park Fire on Monday.
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