The aerial armada is still working on this fire.
The DC10 made a drop at sunset, what a show! It’s really weird to see a plane that big flying like 500 feet over my house.
This am finds us with no-wind, dead calm and it’s not as hot. (yesterday it was Africa Hot) The fire dies today.
The chief is correct when he points out that nature has a different timetable
The Chap burning is like you or I getting a haircut. It grows back, pretty quickly to.
I’ll go hiking there this sat am. If you have never hiked in a fresh burn I suggest you do.
Some plants send up green growth within 48 hrs while parts of it are still smoking.
It’s a good time to find arrowheads and all sorts of things.
It’s a good time to realign a trail.
It is sad when big oak trees, pine trees are gone but they grow back to, different timetable.
Birth is not a pretty thing.