Friday, July 31, 2015

Canyonville makes national news~

The following view is what greeted me late yesterday afternoon from the north part of our acreage.

It's not a cumulonimbus cloud or thunderstorm. It's a Pyrocumulonimbus. Simply, a firestorm. Ten square miles worth (6,000 acres).
And it's located just east of Seven Feathers in Canyonville. Fortunately, it's burning in a South East direction and Canyonville does not appear to be even remotely threatened.
No worries. See you at Seven Feathers the first weekend in October for Canyonville 2015!

1 comment:

Rick Simi said...

Yep, its an early fire season. We have 23 fires here in northern California. The largest is near Clear Lake 47 thousand acres and 5% contained. We have been breathing smoke for a month.

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