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Living Under Clouds of Ash


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I'm not particularly prone to depression, but for most of the summer we have had to deal with the grey skies produced by the wildfires burning in California. Most days are too unhealthy for any outdoor activities and watching the places we have enjoyed visiting - places that were nature at its most beautiful - is getting to me.

Now we're watching the battle for South Lake Tahoe, an area I can't even imagine burning to the ground as my family vacationed there since I was a little kid. The wind conditions are not favorable, but I hope the brave firefighters can make a stand. Many structures have already been lost and last night I saw a quaint log cabin resort "since 1922" that the reporter said could not possibly survive. 

I feel like last summer was somewhat lost to Covid (which isn't doing well here either) and this year just taking a walk would be a luxury. It's definitely a challenge to stay positive, but I suppose I should be thankful we are not the ones whose homes have burned.

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