Firefighters fought hard to save Colorado ghost town from wildfire

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Firefighters fought hard to save Colorado ghost town from wildfire

The road leading to Uptop, a revitalized “ghost town,” which dates back to 1877 was burned through on both sides by the recent Spring Creek Fire in La Veta. Uptop, a revitalized “ghost town,” is owned by sisters Sam Law and Deb Lathrop.
Deb Lathrop prepares a snack in the kitchen of the HQ of Uptop, the main house of the “ghost town,” behind a window sprayed with fire retardant left from the Spring Creek Fire in La Veta. Upton, a revitalized “ghost town,” is owned by sisters Sam Law and Deb Lathrop.

Firefighters fought hard to save Colorado ghost town from wildfire

The road leading to Uptop, a revitalized “ghost town,” which dates back to 1877 was burned through on both sides by the recent Spring Creek Fire in La Veta. Uptop, a revitalized “ghost town,” is owned by sisters Sam Law and Deb Lathrop.
Deb Lathrop prepares a snack in the kitchen of the HQ of Uptop, the main house of the “ghost town,” behind a window sprayed with fire retardant left from the Spring Creek Fire in La Veta. Upton, a revitalized “ghost town,” is owned by sisters Sam Law and Deb Lathrop.
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