(1 of ) An employee from Gundlach-Bundschu evacuating donkeys from Jim and Nancy Bundschu's ranch which burned over the weekend.
(2 of ) Terrible fires made for beautiful sunsets and sunrises.
(3 of ) Lines of ambulances headed toward Sonoma Valley.
(5 of ) Terrible fires make for beautiful sunrises and sunsets, as seen here over the pond at Gundlach-Bundschu.
(6 of ) Thank you signs have cropped up all over town.
(7 of ) Photo by Taylor Anderson
(8 of ) One of the first thank you signs cropped up in the window at Pangloss Cellars on the Plaza.
(9 of ) The Gundlach-Bundschu pond was used extensively all weekend long to save nearby properties and vineyards. Photo by Taylor Anderson
(10 of ) Mara Levy Kahn changed her AC air filter on Monday and posted a photo.
(11 of ) This photos from Santa Rosa but it is too good not to include.
(12 of ) The Tri Trip Trolley spent the week feeding first responders on Hwy 12.
(13 of ) Eran Glago's photo taken near Lovall Valley Loop over the weekend.
(14 of ) Photo by SYDNEY BLANCHARD
(15 of ) Eran Glago's photo taken near Thornsberry over the weekend.
(16 of ) Eran Glago's car was sprayed with fire retardant over the weekend.
(17 of ) Instead of slurry seal announcements, the signage around town changed over the weekend to more encouraging messages.
(18 of ) Rotary set up shop in Field of Greens.
(19 of ) The view east from the end of East Napa St. on Sunday morning, a week after the fire.
(20 of ) The Red Grape made hundreds of pizzas for evacuees and first reponders.
(21 of ) The anguish of a family from Kenwood was captured on the cover of Wednesday's Wall Street Journal.
(22 of ) The staff at Friedman's showing how to make a DIY lantern from a flashlight.
(23 of ) Even the bike trail was closed over the weekend.
(24 of ) Signs cropped up all over town thanking the first responders.
(25 of ) If you look closely, you can see happy customers in the window of the dark Town Square bar throughout the weekend.
(26 of ) Some gatherers on Sunday night prepared a card of thanks for the first responders.
(27 of ) From a property on Napa Road across from Scribe Winery- Sunday 2:30 am. Photo by Liv Selle.
(28 of ) 'Taking A Break'/ Leo Merle Photo/ Sonoma Depot Park, Oct. 16
(29 of ) Photo by Trang Vo looking up Broadway on Tuesday night.
(30 of ) Photo by Nancy Lloyd.