LOS OLIVOS, CA: Dark afternoon smoke from the officially named Alamo Fire, burning in the nearby coastal mountains within view of the Pacific Ocean, creates an eerie, surreal scene near Los Olivos, California. The 30,000 acre blaze began near Twitchell Reservoir on Highway 166 in 2017 and quickly spread toward the ranches and vineyards along the Tepusquet Bench. Today, fires still burn in Napa, Sonoma, and Mendocino wine country.
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