[our_patch] Re: Wild fires in Texas

The temperatures have gone down dramatically but the weather system that
brought it had high winds, something we don't need right now.  The TV news
stressed that it would be dangerous to have barbeques this holiday weekend
and strongly suggested no one do it.  I don't know if it was official, but
my guess is all your neighbors would jump your butt for it.  Some idiots
have been spotted throwing cigarettes out of their car windows.  I'd like to
track them down like the dogs they are....

Thanks for the positive thoughts, we're getting through it so far.  Have any
rain you wanna sell?

Lisa

On Mon, Sep 5, 2011 at 11:05 PM, Sandy Martin <smarte34@xxxxxxx> wrote:

>  Hi Don & Lisa,
> Thanks for the update. I too, was holding you both in my thoughts so glad
> to know that the fires are not in your area. How sad for all the folks who
> have lost homes, though. Fires are so scary. I have also been thinking of
> all the drought-stricken areas of Texas and how even the wildlife is having
> such a rough go of it. Mother Nature is a fickle bitch sometimes.
>  Hope you and Lisa are doing as well as you can and that it has cooled down
> some there. I suppose that means it is only in the 90's. We have already had
> a couple overnight lows of 30 here. The hummingbirds have headed for warmer
> climes in past few days, too.
>   Do keep us posted when you can. Seems my life lately has been a busy one
> and Sept. is almost booked up too with various activities and family visits.
> Will tell you how our trip down the Snake River goes when we get back after
> the 14th. Just a short 2 hour cruise but should be fun.
>  ~Sandy p.s. Thanks John for being more prompt in asking than I was and
> congrats on your quitting ciggies, too. One of our sons is doing the same
> and is on the smallest patch thing for one more week. I applaud you both!
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