I am driving my twin sons home from flag football practice. It’s September, it hasn’t rained in two months and seemingly half of the state of Idaho is on fire. For a week the sky has been an upturned bowl the colour of putty, the clouds indistinguishable from haze, enough smoke in the air that w…
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