BOISE -- It was Idaho's worst fire this year, and to date one of the the most damaging in state history. Requiring assistance from dozens of agencies from all over the state including Boise.
On Tuesday, the Governor toured the 1,000 acres of charred land and torched homes, from the Charlotte Fire that broke out on June 28th.
"As you drive down those roads and everything you see beautiful homes on one side and then absolute devastation on the other side," said Governor Butch Otter.
A total of 66 homes were lost in the fire.
Governor Otter says the state is looking into state and federal funding to help cover damages.
He also says while homes may be lost, a community is not. "I have to tell you that the community came together. All the assets of the community and the surrounding communities across the state were deployed and I guess I could say, Mayor, it could have been a lot worse."
No lives were lost in the fire.
Crews finished mopping up hot spots and did rehabilitation work on Tuesday.