The columnist’s grandfather, Eldon “Red” Caskey, stands with his dog Skipper outside the cabin that burned down in a 1960 wildfire. From 1930 through the early 1960s, Caskey owned and ran several gas stations in Cambria including what is now the Old Stone Station.
The columnist’s grandfather, Eldon “Red” Caskey, stands with his dog Skipper outside the cabin that burned down in a 1960 wildfire. From 1930 through the early 1960s, Caskey owned and ran several gas stations in Cambria including what is now the Old Stone Station. Courtesy photo
The columnist’s grandfather, Eldon “Red” Caskey, stands with his dog Skipper outside the cabin that burned down in a 1960 wildfire. From 1930 through the early 1960s, Caskey owned and ran several gas stations in Cambria including what is now the Old Stone Station. Courtesy photo

Backcountry fire: How to plan, prepare and respond

July 13, 2016 10:18 AM