Large wildlife have been moving downhill all night long trying get away from smoke from the prescribed burn in the Carson National Forest. It has me worried a little too, considering how the Cerro Grande Fire was started almost twenty years ago by a prescribed burn operation that got out of control. I don't trust US Forestry workers anymore than the wildlife trust them.
Weather forecasters predict the inversion layer keeping the smoke low to the ground will not last after sunrise. I hope that's the case because it's getting pretty thick here.