Oh boy, an elderly woman was not aware that thousands of bees had taken up residence in the walls of her home. She was out walking her three dogs and was attacked. One of the dogs died. They don't know yet if the bees are the African Killer variety. Made me think that maybe we should be a little more proactive towards our elderly neighbors and engage them in conversations, see if they need their lawns mowed, plants trimmed, check on access points for bees. I remember when I was young, we went to my Great-aunt's 'ranch' and the first day we could hear bees in the walls (she was hard of hearing and didn't believe us). Dad and his brother smoked them out, and had to remove/fix a wall. But it was taken care of. It is soooo dry out here. Driving north, towards Riverside, it is scary dry. Driving inland to my favorite feed store, same issue. Lots of hills, covered in dry bush. It is supposed to be very windy. There's already been one early moring fire. My neighbor is a Fire Chief, please keep all emergency crews and their families in prayer.