I agree... We've had a very wet winter here in Nor Cal and it's still raining as I type. You'd think that this would reduce the fire danger and it does... for now. But, when the rain is finished and the sun is out every day, we'll get lots of new growth. As we get hotter during the summer this growth will dry out and give us very high fire danger.
"You lock the door and throw away the key. There's someone in my head, but it's not me."
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