Fire Season is Here
Bits and pieces from a drying land
It was an eerie and incongruent sight: Billows of gray smoke rising into the blue, seemingly from within the red rock of Moab, as though a pyroclastic Slickrock monster was emerging from a long slumber or the La Sal Laccolith were rediscovering its volcaniclastic roots.
The monster was the Pack Creek Fire, apparently sparked by a campfire, which tore th…
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