My Photo

My Photos on FlickR

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from laura~VitaminSea. Make your own badge here.
Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 05/2004

Photos Are COPYRIGHTED


  • You may NOT use photos of any child on this page for any reason whatsoever. All photos are personal property. You can contact me about any other picture on these pages by emailing laura761 at gmail dot com NO EXCEPTIONS.

« Movie and Book Reviews For No Reason At All | Main | Let's Get Judge Judy Involved! »

May 08, 2007

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

pam

We used to live in Wekiva, and then moved a little north to Deltona during the last horrible drought... Wildfires were EVERYwhere.

I was out back one day in Deltona and across the [then dry] lake lightning struck a lawn and fire started immediately... thank goodness the guy was home and grabbed a hose, but I had called the fire department... having them on speed dial, of course....

I'm very afraid of fire.

Leanne

woah. :(

FC

Pretty smoky up in nawth Florida.
My JEEP was covered in white ash this morning when Jr and I headed to school. He said it reminded him of Dante's Peak or some volcano disaster movie.

This could be building to a summer of '98 scenario with cold dry air invading the area (49 this morn).


In that same issue of the Sun that you link to is this link ...

http://gainesville.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070508/LOCAL/705080322/-1/news

I guess I'll be looking for another eye doctor.

If he was smart enough to get through med school, why .....

kenju

I hope that is not close to you, Laura. Take care!

Laura

Pam, I had no idea it was so bad up by the Deltona area, but it makes sense of course, the more that I think about it. It does make me nervous during the dry season as well. When we lived up in N. Fla, so many lakes were drying up, a pitiful sight to see. Good thing the guy was home at the time, whoa.

Leanne, it smells like someone was smoking in the house.

FC, I was wondering how your area would come through with all that scrub brush everywhichway you look.
As for the link, I can't believe that guy! You'd think a Doctor.... oh n/m. LOL, I've got to shake my head, the pervs are everywhere!

Kenju, not close to us at all, and I just knocked on wood to keep it that way.

misti

We've had bad smoke from fires in Collier county coming into Broward and Dade. Closing Alligator Alley again after about the zillionth time in four weeks. There's been two Everglades fires, now there's one in Picayune plus little ones all around Lee and Collier. Geez, we need that Sub Tropical system to move back this way and dump some rain!

Laura

Andrea brought us some beautiful weather, clear skies and cool breezes!
There was ash on our car yesterday morning, friends of ours had ash all over their patio as well.
Rick said the shop was full of smoke, you could see a layer of it hovering over the ceiling.
A friend of ours (Hi Paul!) said that up in Gainesville,you could see ashes in the air on Tuesday. Bet a lot of people up there had breathing problems.

I remember living in Miami and smelling the smoke coming in from the Everglades whenever there were fires out there.
The rainy season cant come soon enough!

The comments to this entry are closed.