Tuesday Sep 01 2009 comments Residents return after 49 Fire blaze By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalStanding in the remains of her mother's home, Stacey Etchells breaks down emotionally while searching for any valuables. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalStacey Etchells had her mother Genetta Ison stay with her in Loomis as the 49 Fire destroyed her home she lived in for 22 years. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalAuburn resident Genetta Ison holds a small ceramic dog in her left hand which she found among the ashes of her home. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalRon Etchells, left and Troy Kenney, right, help out Genetta Ison searching for valuables in the remains of her home. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalThe ring on Stacey Etchelles index finger was handed down from generation to generation and is one of the last things she has from the 49 Fire. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalFinding items like a charred flat screen television gives some clue as to where in the house Ron Etchells and Troy Kenney are searching. Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalSome thing simple as finding one pink slipper is enough to put a smile on the face of Janet Lorentz despite losing everything in her home. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalLuis Calderon, left, sifts through ash piles of his parents home along side family friend Vince Longly. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalChara Fordyce helps the Calderon family find items which may be salvaged after the 49 Fire. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalAuburn resident Shaonette Calderon evaluates some remains which her son Luis found while searching through ashes of their home. Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalPhil Kattenhorn, owner of Longhorn Meats in Auburn, lost every thing in his home during the 49 Fire including his Harley Davidson springer softail valued at $23,000.