View from the La Veta side of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains from a Viaero phone tower. Supposedly - A man (now in jail) was burning trash in the SDCR subdivision despite a FIRE BAN and strict NO BURNING edicts from the county. It is up to 33,000 acres now, having roared east over dry land and parched tree, encourged by high temperatures and some winds -- through Forbes Park and then went into Huerfano County and is roaring towards the little town of La Veta now. Hwy 160 is closed except for emergency vehicles. There have definitely been homes lost in Forbes Park and that subdivision was evacuated early on. So far, the only portion of SDCR that has been affected is a section right near Beekman, south of the FP gate and then going east into Forbes. Wagon Creek subdivison was also affected and evacuated. This is 7 miles or so east of Fort Garland and not anywhere close to Mt. Blanca or the Sand Dunes.