A 4,300-acre vegetation fire in Napa County is 45 percent contained as of 6:45 p.m. Thursday evening as firefighters continue to make progress despite difficult conditions.
Aaron and Angela Wiebe were drawn to the Berryessa Heights subdivision now ravaged by the Butts fire because of Pope Valley’s natural beauty and solitude.
Over a thousand firefighters continue to battle the Butts Canyon vegetation fire in Northern Napa County that’s consumed 4,300 acres since flaring up Tuesday afternoon.
A battle to extinguish a wildfire consuming thousands of acres in Northern Napa County is being aided by mild weather.
Brian continues his journey on a route less traveled and discovers a tiny bar that is famous for egg rolls. Brian also explores the ghost town-like Lake Berryessa and meets the residents hoping for a […]
Brian explores a lesser traveled corner of the Bay Area, the roads between St. Helena and Lake Berryessa, From quirky tiny towns, to an old auto garage with a bathtub full of rattle snakes, to […]