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Air quality certainly does a number to my breathing, makes it much more
difficult to breathe. When the wild fires first started it was terrible. I opened
a window in the morning not realizing what was happening and was met with a blanket of smoke. It was quite dark outside and the sky was a very
odd color, kind of a pinky orange hue. We still haven't had any rain to speak of, although this weekend rain is forecasted and they are saying we could get flash floods as the ground is so dry it won't soak up the rain
very well! The air is much better these days and breathing is therefore
improved. One of my cousins fights the fires and I am always worried that later in life it might affect his lungs. Some of our boys went to Australia to help with the fires there and they sent some of their men here
to help us out. Anyway. Off topic.
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