Wednesday, July 28, 2010


I always get a little nervous about this time of year due to wild fires. Mid-late summer thunderstorms can create huge fires in no time, struck by lightning and fanned by high winds. This summer may be worse than some because of the long, wet spring and the ensuing high growth rates of the under story brush and weeds. I find myself checking the Forest Service fire map often during this time of year.

Thanks for checking in,


Albert A Rasch said...

I certainly would be nervous to! I've only witnessed two large fires, a swamp fire in the 'Glades, and a forest fire up in the North East. Neither was appealing...

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Albert A Rasch said...

Would you perhaps expound on what one should do if caught in a fire zone when lightning starts a fire?

I think I would like to know just in case!

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