They used the hydrant outside our home, stayed all afternoon. There was even a police car and ambulance.
At the beginning though watching the fire trucks drive right into the flames was terrifying. I realized how dangerous it really is. They did not hold back and hose it down. They jumped off the truck and went right into it.
It was more stressful than I even realized at the time, still trying to take in all I saw yesterday.
The only casualty was Nathan's tractor. The policeman said if we put new tires and belts on it it would probably be fine. It will be a while till he does anything with it, but I think he will go back to it in a while when the drought is over.