In a before and after, Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley showed what the sunrise looked like today, and two days ago. He did an early 6.5 km morning walk to the Port Haney Wharf on both days and the smoke from the wildfires in the B.C. Interior Friday was thick. (Special to The News)

In a before and after, Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley showed what the sunrise looked like today, and two days ago. He did an early 6.5 km morning walk to the Port Haney Wharf on both days and the smoke from the wildfires in the B.C. Interior Friday was thick. (Special to The News)

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In a before and after, Maple Ridge's Ron Paley showed what the sunrise looked like today, and two days ago. He did an early 6.5 km morning walk to the Port Haney Wharf on both days and the smoke from the wildfires in the B.C. Interior Friday was thick. (Special to The News)

In a before and after, Maple Ridge's Ron Paley showed what the sunrise looked like today, and two days ago. He did an early 6.5 km morning walk to the Haney Wharf on both days and the smoke from the wildfires in the B.C. Interior Friday was thick. (Special to The News)