I spent some of my earliest years in the La Canada/Flintridge area, my grandfather's ashram is even up there, and it doesn't surprise me to see it burning again, that area goes up all the time - drought begets dry plants, high heat makes it easy to ignite dry plants, dead plants loosen soil, rains come in months later and flood without the plants, lather rinse repeat. However, it's bizarre to see it burning at the same time as parts of the Angeles Forest and the San Bernadino mountains. Yet it's La Canada fire that looks like a big mushroom cloud every day when I go outside, and it's the only one I can see burning from the freeway at night.