Wild fires smog

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PhuBai68
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Wild fires smog

Post by PhuBai68 » Fri Jul 23, 2021 12:26 pm

This is like the third day it's been hazy here with the western and Canadian wild fires' smoke hitting the east coast.
Normally we can see the mountains that separate the North and South Carolinas but lately can barely see an outline of a mountain.
IDK if it's the smog but I've been feeling just listless, no energy, not wanting to do anything.
Anyone else feeling affected by this?

Photo taken at Sassafras Mountain at the Carolinas' divide.
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Richard_G_603
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Re: Wild fires smog

Post by Richard_G_603 » Sun Aug 01, 2021 11:00 am

I work about a mile from the New Hampshire state house and there was a day last week where I was unable to see the eagly adorning the spire because of the haze. Rather crazy because even the massive fires last year didn't send this much haze for us.

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