Over the weekend the wildfire burning near Goldendale, in southeast Washington, grew to more than 20,000 acres.
Firefighters are battling flames in grass, brush and timber. So far, no homes have burned, but the fire has closed a highway that runs between the towns of Toppenish and Goldendale.
The blaze called the Mile Marker 28 fire is moving toward the town of Bickelton, Washington and is about 25 percent contained. More than 1,200 firefighters are working about 78 miles of fire line.
Steve Derry is a fire crew chief. He was just getting ready to head back out.