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Re: Fires

by surgent » Thu Jun 28, 2012 8:38 pm

Sarah:

I am wishing you and your husband well, and thanks for doing what you can to help others. The monsoon humidity can't come fast enough. It's starting to gain a little bit, as we've had some dust clouds and small rain storms in recent days here in AZ. Hopefully, it will swing throughout the west and wet everything up.

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Re: Fires

by Sarah Simon » Sat Jun 30, 2012 4:31 pm

Scott,

I have no doubt you and your wife would have done the same if you were in our shoes. All of our human refugees have left, but the 15 (official count!) alpacas still call our pasture home. :) They are getting to know us and trust us. I guess we won't tell them we've had alpaca meat during a visit to Peru. ;)

WE NEED RAIN!

Sarah
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Re: Fires

by Bark Eater » Fri Jun 14, 2013 12:57 am

Well crap, it's June and it's happening again. Really sorry for the folks around Colorado Springs and all the others affected. Hang in there, guys!

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Re: Fires

by lcarreau » Fri Jun 14, 2013 2:49 am

Sarah Simon wrote:
WE NEED RAIN!

Sarah


Yes Sarah ... we STILL need rain.

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