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Old August 24, 2020   #34
Shrinkrap
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It was indeed frightening. I don't think we would have even woken up if the power wasn't out, and it was so hot. Here's a picture of what we awakened to, the rest of our backyard, which was unscathed, and how Pleasants Valley looked the next day. You can sort of imagine the path the fire took from Lake Berryessa, over Mount Vaca in the distance.

I picked two of the melons a few days ago,, but haven't tried them yet. There are three more still growing. Things are okay now for us at least. The fire has moved on to terrorize others.
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