The roof of the home is gone, and the living room and dining room are unrecognizable and full of charred and mangled furniture.
Behle's family told Eyewitness News that they are very grateful everyone in their family escaped the flamed uninjured. They also said they prayed that a very special family memento would be saved from the flames.
That memento is a portrait of a cemetery, where they buried their baby boy, who died just 24 hours after being born 20 years ago. That painting was spared from the wildfire.
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Behle said it's difficult to see her house destroyed because of all the work she and her family put into it. But she is keeping things in perspective.
"But we have the most important thing. Everyone's safe. Everyone's healthy. We're going to be OK. We have a strong faith. We have a great family, great friends," she said.
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