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Mt San Jacinto Burning (Palm Springs) by RJAce1014 Mt San Jacinto Burning (Palm Springs) by RJAce1014
There's a possible evacuation in our area ever since yesterday now it's 8000 Acres fire moving in and thanks to the wind, it goes bigger... The orange sky yesterday looks like one of my superstition. One of my friend lives somewhere near Hemet or probably do some Mt. Climbing, hope he's okay.

Right now, there's a possible evacuation in our area. I have to prepare for the worst scare scenario. Most of my important stuffs is in my room. I will die if I didn't evacuate all of my property if there is an evacuation. Most of them are real expensive.

Ahhhh!!!
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ken1171 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Gosh, one more fire! We used to have at least a couple of Summer fires across Arizona because of droughts and smokers throwing lit cigarette butts off their car windows every year. There was once a fire that burned an entire mountain in Prescott Valley when two 6 years old kids were playing with matches. O__O
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RJAce1014 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
There's always fire in the desert specially during summer where the temp goes 120 and it's hard to put out the fire with the heat waves and the air smashing it on neighboring woods. Another problem would be the animals going down the mountains in here. They lost their shelter so they will look for one.
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ken1171 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
That's true - there was one time we had BEARS in downtown Scottsdale (Phoenix, AZ), and babies were so cute that they showed in nearly all local TV channels. But in that incident the bears came down the mountains because of the drought, not wild fires. In that period, it didn't rain in Maricopa county for THREE YEARS in a row, so no wonder...
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XmagicgirlX Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Student General Artist
omg your closer to it then i am i can just see the smoke from where i live ;o; I hope you stay safe
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RJAce1014 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
I saw the hemet video, at least you guys there have blue clear sky and can see the smoke clearly. Us in here is completely foggy like in the picture and it's orange since morning.
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XmagicgirlX Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Student General Artist
i dont live in hemet any more my grandparents do though  and im sorry i hope it gets contained soon, it sounds really bad
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RJAce1014 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
I thought you live in Menifee, it's near Hemet lol and much cooler than in Palm Springs. I wish I do live near there xD free up some air coming from Pacific Ocean xD
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XmagicgirlX Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Student General Artist
XD i do live in menifee im just terrrible with umm well telling where places are *derp* 
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