Snowflakes Fall Hope Rises for the Pagami Creek Fire
The Pagami Creek Fire behaved yesterday thanks to cooler temperatures and higher humidity. Some precipitation was received on the fire including sleet, rain, hail and even snow. Fire officials were thankful for a break in the hot weather in spite of the fact the wind continued to blow. The size of the fire only grew 1000 acres yesterday bringing the total acres burned up to over 100,000.
The Boundary Waters is over 1.5 million acres in size and here on the Gunflint Trail we’re over 30 miles from the fire. Except for one day earlier this week we haven’t even experienced smoke from the fire. The folks in
Entry points on the Eastern side of the Gunflint Trail remain open as do Seagull and
We hope you’ll join us on the Gunflint Trail for some fall paddling. It’s a great time for canoe camping in the wilderness.
For Fire information http://www.inciweb.org/incident/2534