I have air conditioning and try not to go outside between 11am and 3pm; unless it involves an air conditioned car. But thank you.
It rained last night. So the air is sweet and the roads are covered in mud (from the flooding). Still worth it.
Air quality is still terrible (sorry you're getting it now Shanazel). There was a lightning storm last night. And we've been dealing with triple digit temperatures even at night for the past few weeks. It's been cooling off though so now it's usually under 110F. Feels...
Good for your son. That’s a hard dangerous job.
We’ve had big fires too and when everything was on fire we were surrounded on all sides by them but they were out in the wilderness or on the mountain caused by careless campers or lightning strikes. These are in or just outside “town”. Causes...
Not so far but three of them in the last two weeks have been within a few miles. That's never happened before either.
This has literally never happened here before. Ever. Not even back in the nineties when it seemed like the whole country was on fire...
I don’t know how many fires this makes now but we’ve never had so many.
And more fires. The latest is a couple of teenagers shooting off firecrackers in the middle of a red alert no-fire zone... 🤦♀️
The temperatures are high and the air quality sucks. I miss going outside.