InciWeb has this update this morning on Bone Creek:
The Rocky Mountain Area Incident Management Team managing the Little Goose Fire has moved their base of operations to the Wyoming Department of Transportation shop at Burgess Junction to better serve the fire suppression efforts on the Bone Creek Fire.
The Bone Creek Fire is now 4,083 acres. The fire is burning in dead and insect infested spruce/fir and lodgepole pine. Structures are not immediately threatened, so crews have been able to use indirect control tactics like retardant applications, helicopter water drops, burn outs and natural barriers in conjunction with hand line.
Currently entry is prohibited into the Cedar Creek, Grouse Creek and Brindle Creek Area. Hunt Mountain Road (Forest Road 10) is closed between the junction of Forest Road 209 and 216. All of Forest Roads 205, 216 and 220 as well as Trail 055 are closed. If needed the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office would be responsible for the actual evacuation notification.
It is now listed at 15% contained.
The fact that they have moved Incident Command from Little Goose to Burgess Junction would certainly seem to indicate that Little Goose is well under control and in final wrap up. No update on Little Goose is yet available. Check back for updates.
Update: Little Goose still stands at 4827 acres and 95% contained, and InciWeb lists their target containment date as today, the 21st.
Planned Actions: Continue to work towards containment along Little Goose Creek drainages. Continue securing fireline along the remaining perimeter. Continue rehab efforts in areas where practical.
Fire Behavior: smoldering with minor surface spread in interior islands