As you have likely seen in your air quality no matter where you are in the country, California has been plagued by wildfires over the past several weeks.  Above is a map of how the smoke from our fires has traveled across the US.  Sorry folks.  It is just one more of those unpleasant things that starts in California and migrates to other states.

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The fires have burned so quickly and so intensely that drivers had to abandon their trucks and run to responders for safety. The above picture was captured last week and depicts the remnants of one of those trucks stranded in a fire along I-5.  Yikes! Thankfully, the driver was safe.

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