Catching sunlight

19 10 2020

So often, it slips through our fingers, even as we have it every. darn. day.

Smoke is bad again in the north-northeastern part of Colorado (and … ?) from (especially) the Cameron Peak Fire, which has reached an astonishing 203,253 acres and has rocketed to the top of the awful list as largest wildfire in Colorado history. (The fire that held that place until recently was this year’s Pine Gulch Fire, near Grand Junction. At 139,007 acres, it’s fully contained but not expected to be completely out until snow falls.) Many families and their animals are evacuated from their homes.

Down here in the southwestern corner of the state, some rain chances (and snow?!) have showed up in our forecast for next week. For everyone who needs it, we sure hope some moisture reaches our parched places.


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19 10 2020
Trish

It breaks my heart to think of all of the critters that are permanently displaced
because their home have burned. So glad SCBasin and it’s inhabitants are safe.

19 10 2020
TJ

Agree … on both points.

19 10 2020
Karen Schmiede

Hop everyone stays safe.

19 10 2020
TJ

Also agree!

19 10 2020
lovewildmustangs

TJ, Were hoping and praying for good rain and snowfalls for you and our mustangs!!

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20 10 2020
Marytherese

Thoughts and prayers for moisture for all of the southwest!!

20 10 2020
TJ

Thank you!

20 10 2020
Pat

Moisture come and give grace to our lands.

20 10 2020
TJ

Amen!

20 10 2020
Sue Story

Hoping that prediction of moisture comes true. So often it’s only that – a prediction, and then…nothing. We are so desperate for rain or snow or anything.

20 10 2020
TJ

You’re so right. It gets our hopes up. … At this point, that’s kinda all we have. We are, indeed, SO very desperate for moisture.

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