Bret Butler interviewed by LAist's online newsletter.
1. FIND A SAFE SPOT A safe spot is a place that will not burn, meaning it's free of flammable material such as tall dried grass, trees, shrubs or chaparral. Think a rock slide, a green meadow, a large rock slab or a lake. The bigger the area — and the less vegetation — the better. A meadow, for example, is safer than a forest, Butler said.
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