I think of a lot of things to write about while working up here in Williams Lake, B.C., Canada. Especially lately while replacing houses lost in last year’s fire while being surrounded by a host of new fires and breathing more smoke than oxygen… even indoors, the smoke is into everything. I was told today there are some 600 (!?!) active fires currently burning all around. It’s like a war, except that unlike last year, the town isn’t being evacuated!
Anyway, I’m too tired to wax philosophical here. I do want to remind all those reading this blog that I appreciate all your “LIKES” and your comments. You make my world a whole lot bigger and more interesting than it would if we were not interacting. So… THANKS!
Some pictures, if WordPress will allow me to place them inside this post. Yeah! It worked.
#1: the house I am working on. Delivery of the metal roofing, flashing, etc., two days ago. (The roofing is now complete.)
#2: Where the fire passed through.
#3: Another view of the house and our vehicles, equipment trailer…#4: Getting the front deck done, and ready to install metal roofing.
#5: Backside of house-basement entrance.
#6: Ever heard that old song, “Canadian Sunset”? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BJE6hwRpOc) Well, this is a BC sunset, in smoke!
#7: Come a little closer… I want to feel that hot breeze from your wings!
#8: Disappearing act, good night sweetheart…