Boulder County fire evacuees allowed back

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Boulder County fire evacuees allowed back

No structures damaged; officials worry about wind
Crews battle the Sunshine Fire in the Sunshine Canyon area of Boulder on Sunday. The small wildfire forced people from their homes early Sunday and ignited dead trees that exploded into black plumes of smoke.
Lefthand Fire District Chief Steve Lynn walks back to get supplies as crews battle the Sunshine Fire in the Sunshine Canyon area of Boulder on Sunday. Last year, another wildfire in the county was accidentally started by two men camping in the mountains who didn’t fully put out their campfire. It destroyed eight homes near the small town of Nederland.
Crews battle the Sunshine Fire in the Sunshine Canyon area of Boulder on Sunday. The small wildfire forced people from their homes early Sunday and ignited dead trees that exploded into black plumes of smoke.
A firefighter walks near the flames on the south side of the Sunshine Fire near Boulder Canyon west of Boulder on Sunday. Officials said conditions in the canyon seem more like what might normally be found in June rather than March.
Patrick Cleveland, at left, Amanda Blandford and Julieanna Davis walk on the Mount Sanitas Trailhead in Boulder on Monday.
Payton Larson, 11, tries to balance her parents’ wedding album as she and her mom, Brooke, unload the family car after returning to their Boulder home Monday morning after they evacuated because of the Sunshine Fire.

Boulder County fire evacuees allowed back

Crews battle the Sunshine Fire in the Sunshine Canyon area of Boulder on Sunday. The small wildfire forced people from their homes early Sunday and ignited dead trees that exploded into black plumes of smoke.
Lefthand Fire District Chief Steve Lynn walks back to get supplies as crews battle the Sunshine Fire in the Sunshine Canyon area of Boulder on Sunday. Last year, another wildfire in the county was accidentally started by two men camping in the mountains who didn’t fully put out their campfire. It destroyed eight homes near the small town of Nederland.
Crews battle the Sunshine Fire in the Sunshine Canyon area of Boulder on Sunday. The small wildfire forced people from their homes early Sunday and ignited dead trees that exploded into black plumes of smoke.
A firefighter walks near the flames on the south side of the Sunshine Fire near Boulder Canyon west of Boulder on Sunday. Officials said conditions in the canyon seem more like what might normally be found in June rather than March.
Patrick Cleveland, at left, Amanda Blandford and Julieanna Davis walk on the Mount Sanitas Trailhead in Boulder on Monday.
Payton Larson, 11, tries to balance her parents’ wedding album as she and her mom, Brooke, unload the family car after returning to their Boulder home Monday morning after they evacuated because of the Sunshine Fire.
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