And here is what it looks like now.
It looks surprisingly good. In the past month, we've had a lot of rains and the middle hillside is already greening up. This section wasn't "severely burned," which means vegetation will come back sooner. As you can see, a lot of Blodgett Peak wasn't burned. A lot of it was burned, but it just so happens that much of what we see is the slopes that escaped the burn.
As you look south (left), you start to see the severely burned area above the quarry.
From the quarry south begins the area that was just decimated, although we have one pretty green ridge line that separates us from it, which softens the blow. So what looked like this one soft fall sunset,
Now looks like this.