The first day of summer had no daylight. I didn’t imagine that was even possible, but the smoke blocked out the sun almost entirely. It was night all day long.
|34thParallel Magazine||Nov 22, 2019|
Even inside, you could feel the smoke blanketing and poisoning everything.
SMOKE BY JOSHUA FOUST 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 71
I had to stop riding my bike into work. It was one of the few pleasures in my life: riding down the hill, around the curve of the park, along the slot canyon of the dry creek bed, and then up through the office spires to my offi…