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I first met them during the Shasta County Carr Fire. I watched as they made their way down our little winding road, through the thick smoke that had settled over the farm. Silently they came, seemingly out of nowhere. We hadn't seen a human in six days. You see, our road had been closed due to the threat of fire. That meant that no one was allowed in. But here they came, truck after truck, pulling huge stock trailers, 24 in all. I stood in awe, thinking maybe I was seeing a mirage. They stopped at our gate, lining the road as far as I could see. Out jumped cowboys and cowgirls, too many to count. Nope, not a mirage. They were real alright. They explained that they had come to help us evacuat

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