Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Fire And Brimstone In The West


The fires in California have left an eerie haze over much of California, Arizona, and Oregon.  Reports of smoke have come from New Mexico and as far as Europe.

In this photo, we woke up in Suisun City, California to a weird yellow cast over the sky.  There was ash on the asphalt where we parked.  At first, we thought it was dust, but when Ed reached down to inspect it, discovered it was white ash.

We've seen the haze in the sky here in Tucson and up in Phoenix and our neighbors have family in Oregon whose farm has been affected by the fires.  

What else is 2020 going to bring us?  Should I keep my eyes open for locusts?

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
2019:  Bird Of Prey
2018:  Down The River
2017:  Valion Pride
2016:  Be Virtually Anywhere
2015:  This Is Not 100% Natural Spring Water
2014:  Rain Day Delay
2013:  That Sunday, That Summer
2012:  Heading To The Mountains
2011:  End Of Summer Rainbow
2010:  UGG, What A Surprise!
2009:  Under The El
2008:  We Escaped With Our Teeth Intact
2007:  Praying In The Jewel Of The South For Over 250 Years
2006:  Drive Time Champion
2005:  Yukon Bet We're Far Away

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