The Duncan Fire is quiet so far today. This photo is from Fish Lake looking East is from yesterday afternoon. In addition to the Duncan fire, there is little known fire just west of Lake Wenatchee on Mt Mastiff which is also active. This fire is now being named Shooefly. The Shoofly Fire is burning in steep, difficult terrain with heavy fuels approximately 10 miles up the Little Wenatchee River drainage. The fire grew to 55 acres and management strategies are being developed. Shortages in resources are hampering containment efforts.
Highway 2 is now open and the 35 MPH speed limit was removed today. There are no longer any active fire suppression activities or vehicles along the roadway.
Highway 2 remains open on Sunday. Having this road remain open depends on firefighter and public safety, any medical emergencies and fire behavior. The Chumstick detour may resume in the event of public or firefighter safety needs on Highway 2.
Chiwaukum Creek closed
Chiwaukum Creek and all the spur roads off of them are LEVEL 3 — this includes Chiwaukum Estates
Coulter Creek Road is LEVEL 1 to the first Forest Service gate, then it is closed.
US 2 from Hatchery Creek to Coles corner on south side of the road, LEVEL 3. This includes all of the spur roads.
All of Plain River Road LEVEL 1
Ponderosa Estates including the north end of Camp 12 Road LEVEL 1
Shell Station and Residences near the station at Coles Corner LEVEL 1
Nason Creek Campground LEVEL 1