Southern California Springs Fire Looms Near Suburban Stone Age

It has been a hectic few days around here.  The Spring Fire began as a 10 acre brush fire and has grown to consume over 10,000 acres of tinder dry Southern California brush.  Although we are nestled in the center of our community and not adjacent to the brushy hills, the fire could be readily seen from Suburban Stone Age.

We are all safe from harm, but the fire is still raging.  It has presently moved to the Santa Monica Mountains, where it is still a danger to homes.  We’ll be keeping an eye on the situation.

This is a view of the fires yesterday, as seen from SSA and the neighborhood.


Updates on the fires can be found here:

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