I mentioned in my recent post “Where There Is Fire…,” that smoke has been traveling down to the coast from a horrific number of wild fires all over my province of British Columbia, Canada.
The skies have been gray with no clouds or view of the mountains. The sun and moon have been strangely colored with shades of orange and red.
But yesterday changed all that with a blue sky peeking through and wisps of white cloud. Today, the clouds are puffy – hopefully filled with much needed rain.
I am breathing easier as well, which is another sign that the smoke is lifting. I have a migraine but can attribute this one to a clogged sinus. I am not happy to have that, but it beats the alternative.
Unfortunately, we are not at the end of the fire season. There are many still burning out of control…
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