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  • Air quality at DLR because of Anaheim Hills fires?

    How is the air quality at DLR? I saw some photos on Yahoo News and it didn't look good. Is it really that bad?
    I am considering going tomorrow, but if the air is smoke-filled, maybe not.
    Thanks,
    CUatDL
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    We were there today and didn't notice anything.

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    • #3
      Very Bad ,Monday and Tuesday
      Wed.10/11/17 it gotten Much Better.....Happy to say

      Soaring like an EAGLE !

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      • #4
        I was there Monday. You could smell the smoke and they cancelled shows due to air quality. They ran the Soundsational parade, but I noticed no one was doing any dance steps, just smiling and waving.

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        • #5
          Ah, the good ol' days of Southern California smog. I remember as a kid going to DL and by the end of the day it hurt to take deep breaths.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by stovk View Post
            Ah, the good ol' days of Southern California smog. I remember as a kid going to DL and by the end of the day it hurt to take deep breaths.
            LOL Yep! 1st stage smog alerts. They were quite common in the 80s and 90s. Can't remember when the last time we've even had one here. I remember it hurt to breathe at night after I had a long day swimming in the pool during summer.

            I lived in Santa Clarita for 11 years and witnessed a ton of horrible canyon/forest fires and was even evacuated three times. That charbroiled smell can last for weeks. It always made me think of Carl's Jr or Burger King. Yeah, fires are not fun at all and can be really scary. Luckily, DL is in Anaheim which is in close proximity to the ocean so horrendously long dry spells with 60mph gusts for weeks on end aren't really seen much like they are in the hills. inland or in the valley areas. That ocean influence does wonders for the air quality and fire dangers, which is good for that area that did burn.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DarthBrett78 View Post
              I remember it hurt to breathe at night after I had a long day swimming in the pool during summer.
              Oh geeze yes! Chlorine gas fumes mixed with LA smog. It was like a mustard gas attack at Flanders Fields.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by stovk View Post
                Ah, the good ol' days of Southern California smog. I remember as a kid going to DL and by the end of the day it hurt to take deep breaths.
                Even at Southern California Beach's , it was pretty bad
                Soaring like an EAGLE !

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