I called my mom to see if they were okay, since last time I didn't even hear that they had one, she was calling me and giving me crap, saying, "Well I just thought I'd let you know that we were okay, in case you cared." (my family is VERY sarcastic, I love it!) After I got off the phone with her, Doug and I had this conversation:
Doug: "See, that's why we can't live in Colorado. It's so dangerous!"
Toni: "Oh, like Utah is so safe? We've had so many wildfires this year!"
Doug: "We haven't had too many, like when?"
Toni: "We could see one from our house the last time my parents came to visit!"
Doug: "Yeah, well, you know where wildfires happen?" (trying to imply that we were safe from them, I'm assuming)
Toni: "Um, yeah. In THE MOUNTAINS, like where we live!"
Doug: "We'll be okay."
Later that same day...
I got this picture from our local newscast website. This picture was taken up in Suncrest, the area I live in. But we live behind where this person is taking the picture... luckily.
Here's a view of it from our house. So far... zero percent contained!
Quote from the movie Tremors: "I don't care what it's doing, as long as it's doing it WAY over there!"