"Not a complaint in the world," Ervin said.
One year ago, the Bear Creek fire began to burn in Cass County. A combination of high winds and dry weather helped spread it into Marion County.
Ervin lives in a new home after her old one burned "to ashes" in the fire.
"It's probably the toughest fire I have ever been involved with," said Atlanta Fire Chief Robin Betts.
Hundreds of firefighters were called in to fight the blaze in September 2011, including more than 70 volunteer fire departments.
The fire burned through 41,000 acres, taking about two weeks to contain. More than 60 homes were destroyed.
Lane King with Avinger Timber says the company was lucky when it came to the fire. The company lost dozens of acres of timber to the fire -- but King says it could've been worse.
"We've been working through it, to get things replanted," King said.