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tsayta
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Got some nice fresh smoke here now. Mmmmmm. Campfire
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There is more on the way. It is rolling in with this nice south wind and this fire:

WILDFIRE UPDATE - OKANOGAN COUNTY (WA): The "McLeod Fire" is reportedly seeing a significant increase in fire activity and growth at this hour. We have seen reports that the fire has jumped fire-lines and roadways, and has burned through numerous unoccupied heli-spots. Seeing a report that a couple divisions have pulled back to safety zones.


You can see the area the McLeod fire is in here:

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Global news reports smoke from bc has now reached all the way to Ireland

http://onitsurf.com/surf-cameras/inch_surf_cam.html
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Desperate times... desperate measures.

That's right, I call this the rainmaker...


rainmaker.jpg


:smt045
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Drip_Torch wrote:Desperate times... desperate measures.

That's right, I call this the rainmaker...


rainmaker.jpg


:smt045

Drip, you are supposed to warn me first. I don't have my roof on yet!
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