At the junction with Mitchell looking down Guaje Ridge.
Looks like they made a helicopter landing area at the top of Mitchell??
Next set of photos are just taken while going down Guaje Ridge
This area looks good
At the start there was more burn to the left (away from town) then the right
The wind was blowing a lot of dust/ash
Lookign down into Guaje Canyon. Still some patches of Aspen
This is about a 0.25 mile below the Mitchell Junction
Close up of the blowing dust. You can also see the trail. At this point there was burn on both sides of the trail.
Video taken from about 0.25 mile below Mitchell Junction
The burn starts on both sides of the trail along the next section
Video along ridge
Some sections burned completely and other had minor burns
Video about 0.5 miles down the trail.
Crazy burn on this tree
There were several downed trees across the trail.
Video about 0.85 miles down the trail.
The very end of the burn was about 1 mile below the Mitchell Trail Junction
There is a very rough fire line cut up hill from here.
All green below here!!
Looking back uphill.
The locus bushes are growing in the trail now. Too bad that there is not a fire that will only burn locus.
Looking over towards Guaje Canyon.
Tire tracks. Pretty close to the Cemetery Road.
Looks like the cemetery road is in good shape now.
About a 1/4 mile from the cemetery road there was a fire line put in. Looks like it has been covered up with trees.
Looking at the fire line going towards the other direction towards the cemetery road.
Fire line crossing the trail.
More fire line
Almost to the road now. This area was always a two track, but it looks like the fire crews covered up half of it with logs.
Video of the Junction of Guaje Ridge and Cemetery Road.
Video of Caballo and the ridge below from the Cemetery Road and Guaje Ridge Junction.