We wish we could say Sunday's big wrap up on the large fires in the Pine Nuts since August 2011 indicated the end of fire season, but we can't.
As we learned from the Caughlin Ranch and Washoe Valley fires last winter, a dry winter can be as bad or worse than a dry summer.
Both fires occurred in the dead of winter as a result of dry conditions combined with high winds.
Despite last week's rain, we're looking at a dry fall, which has prompted the East Fork Fire District to cancel backyard burning this year.
While a long …