Father and son who both are named Tim Jones (not junior or senior) make temporary repairs to the front exterior of their mobile home after wildfires damaged it Friday. Homes surrounding their property had burned to the ground. The Jones' home escaped with minor damage to vinyl siding and skirting caused by the intense heat of the flames. Firefighters pulled burning wooden stairs (foreground) from the front of the home, preventing the structure from catching fire. Norman firefighters continued to extinguish small grass fires on Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, three days after a massive wildfire scorched more than 10 square miles of dry land, destroying dozens of homes and structures as it swept across rural sections of southeast Cleveland County. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman.