This item about a call for volunteers to march Ed Pulaski’s fire escape route from the 1910 Big Burn forest fire in Idaho appeared in the Spokesman Review today:
Hikers sought for 1910 fire commemoration
Applications are being accepted for an Aug. 14 hike that retraces the route that assistant Forest Service ranger Ed Pulaski and his crew took to find shelter in a mine shaft during the 1910 fires.
Forty-five volunteers are needed for the hike, which will be videotaped. The strenuous, seven-mile hike traverses terrain from above Lake Elsie down the Pulaski Tunnel Trail to Wallace.
The hike is sponsored by the 1910 Fire Commemoration Committee.
Applications are available online at www.firecoop.org.