Just a quick update – not much new to report about my house and its status. As reported before, the Forest Ranger for my district personally confirmed that my cabin is one of the few left standing in Big T. I guesstimate that better than 3/4 of my neighbors lost their homes. What remains unknown is the condition of the structure, the amount of fire damage, etc. Read more »
Archive for August, 2009
As you probably know, the Station Fire in La Cañada/Flintridge has wiped out Big Tujunga Canyon. It grew from 5000 acres to 35,000 overnight. And my house was right in the middle of the fire storm. But miracles still happen, apparently. Against all odds, my cabin is still standing. Other residents, my long time neighbors, were not so fortunate. Read more »
The wildfire closest to me has been given its own name: the Station Fire. As of this writing it is 5% contained, covers more than 500 acres, and is still growing. The good news is that the winds are moving it slowly away from my house. The bad news is that it is also moving closer to La Canada and the homes along the Angeles Crest Highway. Read more »
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