Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Fires still burning

Many of us here are glued to the TV, radio, and internet searching for news and wondering if our homes are safe. Since I haven't left the house in 48 hours I thought the best I could do is to show you some of the images we are seeing on TV. The air quality is so bad from smoke in some parts of the county that street lights come on automatically because it is dark in the daytime and cars need their headlights to get through smoky areas.
Thanks to everyone who has been keeping us in your thoughts and prayers. Hopefully the fires will be contained soon.


Blogger Per Stromsjo said...

Wish you all the very best in these difficult times. Our thoughts are with you and especially with those whose job it is to fight the flames. Goodnight from Stockholm.

Wed Oct 24, 03:10:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Kate said...

It's difficult to know what to say! The extent and scope of the tragedy is hard to comprehend. Continue to stay safe!

Wed Oct 24, 03:51:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Hyderabad Daily Photo said...

Wow that is quite amazing that the lights came on in the day! That gives a good idea about the severity, although even the local TV continues to show snippets. Wish you and yours well.

Wed Oct 24, 05:46:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Steve Buser said...

Sounds a lot like Hurricane Katrina, just when you think the worst is over, then the worst comes. Bring back a lot of dark, hurting feelings around here.

--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

Wed Oct 24, 08:15:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Steve Buser said...

Oops, I forgot. What's my favorite shrimp? Boiled. Lots of crab boils. With a cocktail sauce so full of horseradish it clears your sinuses before you eat it. Or, just fried.

--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

Wed Oct 24, 08:17:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Dusty Lens said...

A tragic shame. Hopeeveryone is safe and the fires are put out soon.

Wed Oct 24, 09:40:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Alexandra said...

That second photo was the news story that really hit me from yesterday. eee-ghad.

Wed Oct 24, 10:22:00 PM PDT  
Blogger GMG said...

Hope it has already become under control. It remembers me the Greek fires this summer. Climate changes! All the best!

Thu Oct 25, 01:15:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope the weather changes soon and you get some moisture out there.

Thu Oct 25, 01:33:00 AM PDT  

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