Actually, it’s not on fire yet. I stayed home from work today – still not over my cold – but it turns out that my office closed anyway due to the fires, so it’s a good thing that I didn’t go in. It’s pretty chaotic out there from what I understand – lots of nearby areas are being evacuated, and my downstairs neighbor has already packed up and left. My doctor cancelled my appointment that I had tomorrow morning because her house burned down, and Zoe’s checkup was rescheduled for Wednesday. Anyway, here are some pictures I took this morning, around 7:30 am, then again at 10:30 am. I didn’t alter the color in these photos in any way – crazy, huh???
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Wow, that would suck if it was… wouldn’t it? >What does the fire look like today?
Yes, what does the fire look like today? Any melted hubcaps?>>We received our “reverse 911” call in which we were told to pack up and be ready to go at the next phone call. But, proactive as we are, didn’t wait for call #2 we left with our neighbors caravanning out through back roads.