As millions of American’s cozied up to a weekend of turkey sandwiches, California’s firefighters were just settling into their own beds at night. Some for the first time in weeks. After a historic fire season — made only more historic after following up last year’s record-setting fire season, which bested the previous record-setting fire season, and so on — the state’s firefighters finally have a reason to settle in for a much-needed nap. The Camp Fire, in particular, raged for nearly a month, killing at least 81 people, gutting more than 18,000 structures, and scorching over 150,000 acres. Admittedly, these…

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