Video: scenes from the Beaver Creek Fire

This video of scenes from the Beaver Creek Fire has some excellent fire and aviation footage. It’s a little over-edited, but you won’t be bored during the three minutes.

Here is the description from SCVP Cordovano Video & Production:

I shot this video before, during and after being evacuated from my home due to the Beaver Creek Wildfire. I am taking this chance to celebrate the power of nature and its natural cycles as well as celebrating the power of modern technology.

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

5 thoughts on “Video: scenes from the Beaver Creek Fire”

  1. August 20th, 1910, the Great Burn shows the power of Mother Nature. Not much as changed in 103 years. Detection, mobility, ground and air doesn’t seem to make much of a difference today. Something wrong with the “system”. Please not another expensive study. I hope a cold front isn’t in the Idaho forecast.

  2. That was a good video. It jumped around a little much for my tastes, as if firefighters have a short attention sp………Hey, look at that!

  3. People continue to build structures and live within the confines of Mother Nature and where fire is a natural part of the ” human ecosystem.” Yep nonthing has changed in 103 years.

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