A burnt ashy landscape surrounds the area of the Stanislaus National Forest near the Spinning Wheel undeveloped campground off of the Cherry Lake Road in September 2013 after the Rim Fire passed through.
A burnt ashy landscape surrounds the area of the Stanislaus National Forest near the Spinning Wheel undeveloped campground off of the Cherry Lake Road in September 2013 after the Rim Fire passed through. Elias Funez The Modesto Bee
A burnt ashy landscape surrounds the area of the Stanislaus National Forest near the Spinning Wheel undeveloped campground off of the Cherry Lake Road in September 2013 after the Rim Fire passed through. Elias Funez The Modesto Bee

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