Two scout camps have been placed on SET; Camp Geronimo and Shadow Ridge Camp. Overnight, the fire stayed active on all sides and has pushed onto the top of the Mogollon Rim. It is now estimated at 300 acres. Today, crews will be scouting for holding features on the east and west sides of the fire where access for ground crews has been difficult. Crews are working to keep the fire at the 300 Road on the north side of the fire and west of Washington Park on the east side. Along the south side, crews are trying to stop it north of a control road and trying to keep it at Webber Creek on the west side. On Sunday, the fire was spotting and running with difficult access for crews on the east side. The fire is burning in very rugged and remote terrain and is making operations difficult. The fire started Sunday.