--- PAT MATHEWS <mathews55@...
> Oh, you're out there! Ouch...
> After the Cerro Grande fire up in Los Alamos some
> years ago, I bought
> soft-sided cat carriers for my fellows and made them
> as attractive as
> possible in hopes they'd sleep in them. I keep them
> on waist-high bookcases
> one near each dor. That way in case we have to
> evacuate, packing them up
> will be a lot easier.
> Best of luck and may you and yours escape the fire.
> "You never know who is swimming naked until the tide
> goes out." Warren
> >From: David Brin <dbrin@...>
> >Reply-To: Killer Bs Discussion
> >To: Killer Bs Discussion <brin-l@...>
> >Subject: Re: Brin: Fires in California
> >Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007 13:37:19 -0700 (PDT)
> >Thanks, it is almost exactly the anniversary of the
> >2003 Cedar Fire.
> >We've taken the younger two plus pets to grandma.
> >Watching closely. Avoiding falling ash. Horrible
> >quality. But wind
> >directions seem to favor us. A very bad santa ana
> >being opposed by an offshore push right over us.
> >What drama!
> >Forced to prepare, though. Small but real chance
> >total evacuation. Jim Burns paintings & Hugos and
> >mementos and
> >photos... what a lot of stuff you notice when you
> >--- Alberto Vieira Ferreira Monteiro
> ><albmont@...> wrote:
> > > I heard about the fires. I hope nobody here is
> > > any danger.
> > >
> > > Alberto Monteiro
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