We have had some rain, and night before last there was a skiff of snow above 6000 ft. Lolo Peak, visible from my front window, got the snow. This is what the fires need to be put out. Still alot burning, but getting more and more under control. A friend and I drove south the other day to get a look at the devastation. It was AMAZING!! Made me appreciate, even more, the efforts of the firefighters. There were homes that had burns all the way around them, within feet! And they had been saved! Squrts, you should be very proud of your son.
Calida, I hope you get some relief from the heat! That is always tough to take. Thanks Moldie
The people involved in losing their homes, and/or land have a long time to wait for recovery. With the land being unstable now, they can't immediately rebuild. So, for many they have a chunk of useless land and nowhere to go. Very sad. Anyway, the future may be brighter. I for one, am enjoying the outdoors again. Have had another walk. I am in the darned if I do, darned if I don't stage. A lot of pain, so I don't want to move, but I get worse if I don't move!! You all know how that is!!!