[Marxism] BAD FIRE CLOSE TO HOME -- POCATELLO IDAHO
hunterbadbear at hunterbear.org
Fri Jun 29 13:31:00 MDT 2012
FIRE NOTES FROM RIGHT HERE AT POCATELLO, IDAHO FROM HUNTERBEAR TO FRIENDS [JUNE 29 2012]
There's been a very bad fire close to Pocatello in the Moose Creek/Scout Mountain area.
Sixty-six homes have been lost here in less than 24 hours and the basic fire of more than 1,000 acres, although "contained", could still break out again. Best news is that the winds, which can be fierce around here, will be minimal for at least the very near future.
In a few minutes we're having a tiny little family meeting, including our animal companions, to decide how we'll handle things if a fire crisis comes here to us. Even up here on the edge, we have good road access and fire trucks and men can get here fairly fast. We who live around here can certainly do protective things as well. The homes in this general area should be fairly safe. But it's obvious we can't take anything for granted.
If a fire crisis does come into our setting, it won't come up from down town but will come from other directions.
Evacuation orders could be complicating.
One thing that's needed now in Western "hot spots" are National Guardsmen and Federal troops.
HUNTER GRAY [HUNTER BEAR/JOHN R SALTER JR] Mi'kmaq /St. Francis
Abenaki/St. Regis Mohawk
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