Wildland Urban Interface
Jan 31, 2012Public
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Pikes Peak Resort on 160 acres surounded by Pike National forest.  Main home survives with the help of pre-treament and bucket drops.  2 guest houses and most trees were lost.
Photo: Urban Interface, Hoselay
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Pikes Peak Resort on 160 acres surounded by Pike National forest.  Main home survives with the help of pre-treament and bucket drops.  2 guest houses and most trees were lost.
Photo: Urban Interface, Hoselay
Photo: Hayman Fire South. 507 County Road 78.  Pagent Home survives wildfire.  Trees were thinned around home.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Houses inside of the Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado in the wildland-urban interface.  The 7,000 acre fire claimed nearly 170 houses in the first days of the blaze.  Several of the houses that were saved had properly prepared their land for the potential of wildfire, including building with fire resistant materials as well as preparing defensible, fuel-minimized spaces in the areas surrouding the structure.
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Survivable space around saves stucture in Thunder Butte subdivision.
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Burned homes in Thunder Butte subdivision.
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Burned homes in Thunder Butte subdivision.
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Pikes Peak Resort on 160 acres surounded by Pike National forest.  Main home survives with the help of pre-treament and bucket drops.  2 guest houses and most trees were lost.
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Pikes Peak Resort on 160 acres surounded by Pike National forest.  Main home survives with the help of pre-treament and bucket drops.  2 guest houses and most trees were lost.
Photo: Hayman Fire South. Pikes Peak Resort on 160 acres surounded by Pike National forest.  Main home survives with the help of pre-treament adn bucket drops.  2 guest houses and most trees were lost.