HAILEY, Idaho -- As the Beaver Creek Fire continues to burn Thursday night in Blaine County, it has topped 111,000 acres, and around 1,500 personnel are working on the fire.
Crews are seeing the highest containment yet at 67 percent containment, but there is still work to be done and there are still folks moving back into their homes as evacuations are lifted.
Those who live in the Croy Canyon and Greenhorn areas have been evacuated for about a week, and finally they are being allowed back to their homes.
Seeing the fire burn right up to their homes and backyard is both shocking and surprising, but coming home and finding their houses still standing is a relief for residents.
KTVB caught up with Robin Meller, who's lived in her house in Croy Canyon for more than 10 years, but for the past few days she's been staying with friends in Hailey.
Meller was not expecting to be let back in Thursday, but is happy to be home.
"When I got here at noon, I was in shock that everything looks this great. Everything's great and I think more neighbors will be returning soon, and we're pretty psyched," said Meller.
Meller is not alone, as the fire burned right into other neighbors' backyards and right up to the road.
She tells KTVB she's disappointed that some bike trails are lost, but relieved her house is standing and glad to be back home.