This is something that I have really worried about. It would be easy for 10 men to wreak absolute havoc and destruction on a state like mine that is suffering from a drought and has many areas overloaded with fuels ready for a match. We came close to losing our house in a wildfire caused by some kids playing with matches in 2000. Over 50 homes were destroyed along with about 15,000 acres. The national forest roads are pretty deserted so they could drive along setting fires every mile and no one could stop them unless they just shut down access. Many towns and cities have forest lands bordering or surrounding them. In 2002 a woman was burning a letter in a fire pit in the national forest and started a fire that burned down over 500,000 acres. It took weeks and millions of dollars to fight it. The disruption to the economy would be massive.
Are you up in the Jemez?