Northern California has a long road ahead to recover from the devastating fires that hit Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties.  It is has been a disastrous fall for many around the country and our thoughts are with you all.


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It is time for an uplifting story.  Lauren Mesaros was fleeing the fires but had a dilemma.  She had a horse trailer for two and a car but three horses.  Her solution? Put the pony, Stardust, in the car.  


Logistics at work, even in the face of adversity.

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