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My mountain home and those of my neighbors were spared, but a dozen families at the end of my street weren so lucky, and though some have rebuilt, there are still a few lots where broken concrete foundations remain, overgrown with tall grasses rustling in the wind.

As flames leapt around us like hungry monsters devouring the night sky, I was reminded of Dante Inferno or Hell, as depicted in Sunday school picture books,

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The day before, I had jammed my car full of Hefty bags filled with irreplaceable photographs Jenny prom, Alyssa first fish, Lisa and Lindsey graduations, Taylor toothless grin. And treasures my son Eric police officer badge, a clay lion Dina made in elementary school.

Once again I heard my home may be gone.

it what really has value. Thoughts of electronics, accessories, creature comforts, even heirlooms did not come to my mind.

When it over, I may be just another statistic.

time with tears always close to the surface. People loss, compassion and resilience.

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We crawled down Highway 138 past Silverwood Lake, along with hundreds of families in SUVs crammed with clothes, games and more pet carriers, roof racks piled high.

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On the evening of Oct. 25, when I was forced to leave home, I headed to my daughter home in San Diego where, by late the next morning, we were evacuated again as a churning column of flames and smoke from the Cedar Fire towered above her Tierrasanta neighborhood.

By now, we were six people, three dogs and three cats and a challenge to find accommodations for.

There a surreal thought process when you get the news you must evacuate.

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I wrote about it at the time how it felt not to know.

As it was for so many others it was personal for me.

I remember being in the newsroomm about four days after I evacuated, watching the fire consume a mountain home on television, colleagues asking if it were mine. At the time, I couldn tell.

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nausea rises again in my throat, churning from the pit of my stomach where fear lives.

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Armed with a list of addresses, a colleague and I went up the hill and drove around, checking streets and addresses for damage in our little area of the mountain.

(that were not doing well in the cold November air) and verified that the yellow house was still big and yellow. had it easy a little soot, a stinky refrigerator but many hundreds of others lost everything.

At the 15 Freeway, fires raged on both sides of the roadway.

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The fire was out but because there was no power and temperatures were dipping into the 30s and 40s, residents were not allowed back,

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The fire, ignited on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2003, burned for days in the San Bernardino Mountains, charring more than 91,000 acres, leaving six dead, destroying about 1,000 homes and leading to the evacuation of roughly 102,000.

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