Boulder Fire Remains At 232 Acres

The size of the Boulder Fire southeast of Mt. Hood on the Barlow Ranger District near Boulder Lake Trailhead remains at 232 acres.  Northwest Team 10 Operations Chief Josh Riepe says that crews have been able to make progress, particularly on the northern edge of the fire.  On Tuesday hotshot crews dealt with ten different spot fires outside of the fire lines, but they prevented any significant growth.  Helicopters have been operating out of Pine Hollow and Dallesport to cool the edge of the Boulder Fire as crews continue road improvements, line construction and hose lays.  Additional heavy equipment such as bulldozers is being used to speed work to complete control lines.  A community meeting has been scheduled for Thursday evening at 7 p.m.. in the Wamic Community Hall and on the Mt. Hood National Forest Facebook page.

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