Residents walk past damaged houses on Maiden Lane Monday morning.
A scorched car sits in a Maiden Lane driveway Monday morning.
Ira Fagerland looks over the canyon behind his house on Maiden Lane Monday morning. Fagerland watched as the blaze swept up through the ravine on Sunday.
Natalie Narby looks through the remnants of her house on Maiden Lane Monday morning.
Brad Schock waters down spot fires in his Broadview Road home Monday morning. The blaze came up right to his yard but left his house untouched.
OPEN-AIR CONCERT: The courtyard at Orchard Junior High School makes a perfect setting for an outdoor concert on June 8, 1965. About 400 spectators sit on the concrete steps while director Robert Yetter puts his training, intermediate and concert bands through their paces.
Homes in on Valley Vue Road, at the top of Maiden Lane were three of an estimated 28 homes that burned Sunday night in the Sleepy Hollow/Broadview fire. World photo/Christine Pratt
Ralph Peterson surveys the remains of his Valley Vue Road home of 42 years that was destroyed Sunday evening in the Sleepy Hollow/Broadview fire. Officials estimated 28 homes. World photo/Christine Pratt
3-year-old twins Grace, left, and Violet picked flowers while on a walk with their grandparents, Christee and John Neely of Cashmere. Their parents are Carina and Flint Neely of Wenatchee. Send us your photos We’re looking for photos of cute kids and pets taken in North Central Washington within the past year to include in Reader Scrapbook. Send large and/or high-resolution photos by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Your News Reader Scrapbook” in the subject line, or mail to “Your News Reader Scrapbook,” Features Department, The Wenatchee World, P.O. Box 1511, Wenatchee, WA 98807-1511. Call Lindsay Francis at 661-6391 with questions.