We watched another CA fire ignite yesterday. Not that we saw it personally, but the plume of black smoke was clear to all of us in neighboring towns.
It started in Santa Margarita. A town with gorgeous oak studded rolling hills. I was at the feed store when it erupted. We all stood silent – watching. A collective sigh and head shaking – prayers.
It is fire season… and here in CA, it is always earthquake season… This morning, as I watched the increasing smoke overcast, I was moved to remind all of us what to do in case of emergency…
*Remember to mark on your horses’ coat with cattle crayons, use an ID tag that holds like a Mane Stay or use a waterproof Sharpie to put information on their hooves.
HERE ARE IMAGES FROM OUR FIRE. BE AS PREPARED AT YOU CAN!
OUR JUNE BUCKET FUND HORSE: SAMSON… BLINDED BY HIS OWNER AND STARVED, he was walked for 5.5 hours out of the Grand Canyon. Can we help right this wrong?! Click here to read his story. Click here to donate!