Lime Gulch fire : News Photo

Lime Gulch fire

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CONIFER, CO. - JUNE 20: The Lime Gulch fire was inactive Thursday morning and no new evacuations were ordered. This viewpoint is through trees that were scorched by the Lower North Fork fire last year. (Photo By Steve Nehf / The Denver Post)
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CONIFER, CO. - JUNE 20: The Lime Gulch fire was inactive Thursday morning and no new evacuations were ordered. This viewpoint is through trees that were scorched by the Lower North Fork fire last year. (Photo By Steve Nehf / The Denver Post)
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June 20, 2013
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The Lime Gulch fire was inactive Thursday morning and no new... News Photo 170943413Co,Evacuation,Fire,Horizontal,Law,New,Non-Moving Activity,USAPhotographer Collection: Denver Post Copyright - 2013 The Denver Post, MediaNews Group.CONIFER, CO. - JUNE 20: The Lime Gulch fire was inactive Thursday morning and no new evacuations were ordered. This viewpoint is through trees that were scorched by the Lower North Fork fire last year. (Photo By Steve Nehf / The Denver Post)