NOTE: This is the second in a three-part series. Sunday's segment looked at how meager snowpacks, drier summers and bigger and more frequent wildfires threaten to smother Utah in more dangerous smoke pollution. Tuesday's segment will look at how foul winds of Western wildfires often blow toxins into Utah's already spotty air.HOOPER -- The Pearce family loves spending time together outdoors. They love to camp and visit various attractions throughout the state.But this year, they are only penciling in their plans, especially those toward the end of the summer. With a high danger of wildfires this year, they are afraid their 13-year-old, Lauren, who has asthma, won't be able to breathe if they get too far away from home."When there is a forest fire, our life totally stops," said Katrina Pearce, Lauren's mother.