Fire In The Skies!

Fire in the skies…smoke in my eyes here in Juniper Canyon as

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Wildfires are burning thousands of acres in the Blue Mountains, making the last week  intense and incredibly scary…

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A week ago we had the perfect storm conditions in the Blues…after three years of drought, we had lots of dry fuel waiting for that perfect strike of lightning and we had a dry lightning storm hit the Blues last Thursday night into Friday with intense winds that fueled the fires…while last Friday…

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We had an epic dust storm here all day with winds over 50 mph…

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And those same winds blew into the mountain fires fueling them with run away flames…residents of Canyon City lost 39 homes to the fire over the weekend due to the winds causing the fires to triple in size. In Oregon alone as of this morning, 300,000 acres have burned with 12 wildfires yet burning.

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The weather forecast for Thursday and Friday this week is calling for more wind…I pray the winds stay down here and not hammer the mountains again. We live several miles from the actual fires but we know the mountain country well…I grew up in those mountains on the family cattle ranch…and we love our mountains.

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My heart is heavy for the residents who lost their homes in Canyon City and for all the people evacuated from their homes as the fires rage on…my prayers are also with the men and women who are fighting these fires, their job is not easy and I pray that God will protect each one of them.

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Our local paper this morning ran a large article on the fires, I have grabbed bits and pieces of it below for you.

The Pacific Northwest is one of three regions nationwide under a wildfire Preparedness Level 5, which means there are more than 14 un-contained large fires exhausting local agencies, northern California and the northern Rocky Mountains are also at Preparedness Level 5, while the Great Basin region — made up of portions of southern Idaho, Nevada, Utah and northern Arizona — is at Level 4.

All together, there are approximately 95 large wildfires burning 1.1 million acres of land in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, California, Nevada and Colorado. The situation is so dire that, for the first time since 2006, the Department of Defense has agreed to send 200 active duty personnel to assist firefighters.

In Oregon alone, there are 12 un-contained large fires burning nearly 300,000 acres, according to the Northwest Inter-agency Coordination Center in Portland. The majority of acres on fire — more than 225,000 — are also on fires that are less than 30 percent contained, which means they have a long way to go.

Jim Whittington, spokesman with the state Bureau of Land Management and regional Forest Service fire staff, said crews prepared well in advance for a difficult fire season based on a third consecutive year of drought and record-low snow pack last winter.

What’s made this year unusual, he said, is the intensity of the season in such a short period of time, with the region hammered by a perfect storm of lightning and wind over the past two weeks.

“There’s an intensity here that probably has not been matched in a number of years, or ever,” Whittington said.

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Currently, we are under an air quality alert due to the heavy smoke in the air…out here it is not as bad as Pendleton which lays at the base of the Blue Mountains…however the smoke was noted here all day as once you step outside your eyes burn and you can smell it.

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We are heavy in heart and prayerful that God will intervene in this massive fire event…the western states seem to be burning up with terrible fires. We need rain without wind…

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May you be blessed where ever you live…and if you are close to any of the fires, I’m praying for your protection and that the fires will soon be over!

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HRCG…Ellie and Melody are over and out for now…but never for long:)

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  1. cindy knoke
    Aug 19, 2015 @ 17:46:06

    WOW! So beautiful~

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  2. MTCG
    Aug 19, 2015 @ 18:07:51

    Gorgeous photos!!

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  3. adaisygarden
    Aug 19, 2015 @ 19:49:40

    Wow, dust storms, fires, smoke… it’s been a lot to deal with! Praying for you and for those who have been, or may be, affected by the fires.

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Aug 19, 2015 @ 21:15:10

      Thank you…fires are so scary and the winds we had a week ago kept changing direction…it was odd.They have evacuated to many people with these fires and the loss of homes was a result of the changing winds with gusts. I worried about the firefighters too as things change so quickly with wildfires.

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  4. Mike
    Aug 19, 2015 @ 20:38:35

    Super photos! It’s terrible to see so much land burned.

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  5. barnraised
    Aug 19, 2015 @ 21:18:34

    Incredible pics. Sad though. Sending blessings and thoughts.

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  6. bobmielke
    Aug 19, 2015 @ 23:01:34

    In case you missed it I’m leaving Oregon October 2nd and moving to Boston, MA. The cost of living in Oregon has forced my hand. I will always remember the struggle living on open country can be when nature takes over. Drought conditions cause yearly fires and people who get caught up in them pay the price. My prayers will always be with those tragic victims and the heroes that fight the fires and put their lives on the line for others. I will mis the Pacific Northwest.

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Aug 20, 2015 @ 07:46:28

      I’m glad you told me as I missed it…and I am sorry to see you move away. Your beautiful photos of places I know in the NW will be missed:( I am hoping that you can blog still from MA. After three years of drought conditions here and over most of Oregon, it has been a crazy summer. Today we are under a red flag warning due to winds and low humidity…meaning a fire could take off quickly. I too am praying for all that are involved in the fires.

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  7. Deziz World
    Aug 20, 2015 @ 09:06:52

    Weez so sowry yous all awe close to this. Weez hate dat this has to happen at all and be sendin’ lots and lots of purrayers. We know it’s pawful but da fotos awe so majestic and bootyful. Dat’s usually da way it is wiff destwuction of this magnitude. Purrlease stay safe and know dat weez finkin’ bout ya’ and purrayin’ fur all bein’ affected by these fires.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Lexi

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Aug 20, 2015 @ 15:16:33

      Thank you my sweet friends and for stopping in to visit me, you cheer me up:) Fires are so awful and scary…I worry for the firefighters and all the people’s lives and their homes. Currently here we are having another dust storm with winds gusting at 30mph and it is to pick up tonight and Friday. We are about 100 miles from the fires but we are on alert here for fires with the winds today…we need lots of rain and more.God bless you both and bless your Mommy too:) Big Kitty Loves and Hugs:)

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      • Deziz World
        Aug 22, 2015 @ 12:29:37

        We hope y’all stay safe and outta da fire. Weez worry so ’bout all those affected by them too. Weez purray fur their safety. Weez purrrayin’ y’all can get sum of da rain we be gettin’. Sendin’ hugs and purrayers.

        Luv ya’

        Dezi and Lexi.

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      • Hot Rod Cowgirl
        Aug 23, 2015 @ 12:45:01

        Thank you much Dezi and Lexi:) We would love to have some rain like you are getting….and I am glad that at least somewhere there is rain…sending you lots of kitty loves and rubs in all the right kitty places….love you both and give your Mom a hug too:)

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  8. Wendy L. Macdonald
    Aug 20, 2015 @ 13:09:08

    Sorry to hear about all the fires and smoke. My heart goes out to you as we had poor air quality earlier this summer due to fires on our island. Your pictures are stunning. May the Lord protect the firefighters, homeowners, and wildlife.
    Blessings of safety ~ Wendy

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  9. catfromhell
    Aug 20, 2015 @ 14:52:18

    We send you lots of Prayers! Up here in British Columbia is just about as bad. Our little village of 675 has had the population doubled with the evacuees from a local fire and now we are playing host the a 300 person fire camp. Our grass airstrip is the refueling station for helicopters fighting blazes in out valley and the Okanagan and some of our fighters and helicopters have made trips over the border as there are too many fires and not enough fighters.
    My heart particularly goes out to the families of the 3 fire fighters that were killed near Twisp and the families of the 2 that are in intensive care.

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Aug 20, 2015 @ 15:26:22

      Thank you much:) Yes you are close to the fires too, I cannot imagine your village being so small and growing double with firefighters..it is nice that your town is open to help and to give the air strip to them as well as all your resources. The Okanagan fire sounds very worrisome around Twisp and that area…beautiful country and so sad to see it go up in flames! I just read about the firefighters that were killed and that is so sad, my heart is with you….terrible and so young. My heart goes out to the families and the survivors…sending prayers. Stay safe up there and keep me posted on how things are going…hoping for all fires to be out asap! We have the wind again today with dust blowing, it helps move the smoke out though….still the mountains are also getting the winds today through Friday night…just read how the firefighters are preparing for the winds fueling the fires into bigger fires…a little town called Seneca has been evacuated…that would be so hard!

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  10. Nylabluesmum
    Aug 21, 2015 @ 15:06:08

    We are shocked by the news of all these fires!! I watch a lot of American news so I know what is happening in USA. I am praying for rain & no wind for your area & all the fire ravaged areas.
    I am so relieved you, WB, Ellie Belle, Melody & all are safe. I hope your breathing is not suffering. I would be done for in such a situation.
    Please check in with us when you can. I worry (it’s a Jewish thing!) LOL///
    (((hugs))) & ❤ Love ❤ Sherri-Ellen & Siddhartha Henry ❤

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Aug 22, 2015 @ 01:52:55

      Hey there gf…we are ok here…we are suppose to have more smokey skies beginning tomorrow through Monday…huge ugh! It makes my eyes burn, nose runs and I cough and cough….however even though we are uncomfortable, my hear goes out to the fireman and women who are fighting the fires. The wind today did not help any of them…so many are huge! We can see the smoke clearly in the community of Troy in Oregon…they have also lost some homes so it is a serious wildfire that broke out! So sad to hear all of the various places in the mountains that we loved have burned. I will check in this weekend too as soon as I know more:) God Bless and I am with you on the worry factor:) Big hugs and lots of love to Siddhartha:)

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      • Nylabluesmum
        Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:19:27

        Hey HRCG I am so glad to find a message from you here!!! As I watch the news from ABC I am so sad to see the fires raging on. Did the Australian firefighters make it to Oregon yet?
        I can imagine you coughing a lot because if the smoke in the air….
        In a few weeks it will actually impact in Canada bringing cloudy weather….
        I am so glad all of you are safe….please be vigilant & keep in touch when you can.
        (((HUGS))) & prayers, Sherri-Ellen & Siddhartha Henry ❤ ❤

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      • Hot Rod Cowgirl
        Aug 24, 2015 @ 22:04:40

        Hey there gf…the firefighters have arrived to help in both the Washington and Oregon fires. The smoke casts such a pallor over the land and over us…we know that the smoke is coming from the fires and our hearts are with the people who have had to leave their homes and also the firefighters…the weather is once again causing trouble on the Canyon Creek fire, as 22 more homes have been on full alert. We are being careful and prayerful for all the people who are involved in fighting the fires…we applaud them and pray for them:)

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  11. Shonnie
    Aug 21, 2015 @ 17:04:12

    Wonderful and amazing photos, but I am so sorry you guys are having deal with the threat of fire! Many blessings for safety coming your way from here.

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  12. Marilyn Armstrong
    Aug 22, 2015 @ 13:48:30

    I feel for you and fear with you. We are dry as dust here and the bottoms are up on the rivers again. Rain was predicted for today, but there’s nary a cloud in the sky. We need some serious rain, just about everywhere. We are all dry woods, so one discarded lit cigarette could start something very big. Prayers for rain, everywhere!

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Aug 23, 2015 @ 12:42:24

      It seems that the entire western part of the US is on fire…two new fires have ignited the last day here in our mountains…and the smokey skies that are hanging over us daily makes life feel off kilter. Like you we need lots and lots of good rains on the dry parched earth…that worries me that you have dry trees all around you….we do not have the trees here where we live but we have acres and acres of dry land, with lots of dry fuel.Praying with you for rain everywhere…we all need it.

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  13. Jonathan Caswell
    Aug 23, 2015 @ 00:08:17

    Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    WE PRAY DAILY FOR THOSE FOLKS—AND YOU—FOR SAFETY AND GOD’S BLESSING!!!!

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Aug 23, 2015 @ 12:32:39

      Thank you:) The firefighters and those who have lost their homes, need all of our prayers. Truly this is the worst fire season the west has seen and new fires keep popping up…seems the west is burning up!

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  14. Jonathan Caswell
    Aug 23, 2015 @ 00:09:13

    IN OUT LORD…WE’RE WITH YOU TOO!

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  15. Nylabluesmum
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 11:37:31

    Poor Canyon Creek families! it must be terrifying! I am so afraid of fire (not campfires tho’).
    I am relieved the firefighters arrived & are working on the fires.
    Praying hard for them to be able to put them all out!!!!!!
    Thank you for checking in. I appreciate it.
    Sending Love & prayers to all of you there.
    (((hugs))) Sherri-Ellen

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Sep 02, 2015 @ 20:58:22

      I am so behind here…seems the weeks speed by and as of today we had a brief rain shower this morning…I have heard that the firefighters are having an easier time now with the weather changing over to fall weather and showers…although we need a LOT of showers here. We have gotten a cold front today and our weather is to be in the mid 60’s with lows of 40’s and the possibility of rain Friday and Saturday…it is odd as a week ago we were still hitting 98 to 100 degrees…I do love fall and all the colors though:) Thankfully the smoke lifted last Saturday into Sunday which helped so much! I briefly saw Purrinces post about you not feeling well…so I am worried for you Sherri-Ellen, please do keep me informed so I will know who to pray for you and for the crazy pants character that lives with you:) I am sending you hugs and prayers my sweet friend and also kitty loves to the little rascal:) I do pray he will be able to stay with you….I need to spend more time if I can grab it and get back to blogging and reading posts so I know what is happening with you. You are in my thoughts:) {{{{Big Hugs}}}}

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      • Nylabluesmum
        Sep 03, 2015 @ 14:34:44

        Hello HRCG! I know things have been wild there so do not fret about not getting back to me sooner. It is understandable!
        I have been praying that the temps came down & the rain also. We do not hear much about the fires now here so I wondered how things were there.
        We are in the midst of a heatwave (odd for Sept) but I am sure it is all the smoke coming from the west….that has happened before. It has been hot & humid for days now. Today has been VERY WEIRD: it is warm 26C with Humidex of 35C & yet there is a North wind plus thick fog & it is very cloudy! So it is a cool humidity>>>not even sure that is a real term but that is how it feels.
        I have a Physio Assessment on Sept. 14th. I am hoping he people at this place have a clue & can help me. Government funded programs are usually crummy here.
        So fingers crossed I am wrong this time.
        The last time I went thru this it took months of Physio & Laser treatments…my hubby Kevin paid for everything: it was $2,000.
        I can’t afford that now.
        I am walking somewhat better. Using the walker so I do not stumble & fall again.
        “Crazypants” is still a bit crazy, lol. I give Siddhartha Henry Bach’s when I get up in morning & in the evening when he gets all wound up. Before supper he gets his treats with the Calming Treat also.
        He is still active & a bit ‘wild’ but far more calm than he was. Last nite he was out in Condo from 8-10 pm>>>not scared at all being out in the dark….that’s my boy…..
        My friend’s left a X-large dog crate behind when they moved to newfoundland; so I am trying to get their daughter to get it out onto service porch so I can pick it up.
        I am doing my best to keep Siddhartha Henry with me.
        I’d be so lonely without him I can tell you.
        Keeping you & WB & Ellie, Melody & the crew in my prayers
        (((hugs))) Sherri-Ellen 🙂

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      • Hot Rod Cowgirl
        Sep 09, 2015 @ 08:20:58

        Good Wednesday Morning Sherri-Ellen and Crazypants:) My email/internet has been down for a few days….today it is finally working!!! Your prayers have helped hugely as the temps came down, we had a nice rain finally, the smoke cleared and the fires are under control so far….several are half or more contained so that is good! The weather change helped them as well as the snow and rain they had, the moisture slowed the fires down enough that the firefighters could get them controlled enough to begin containment. Today we are to get up to 85 degrees and tonight it will be around 45 degrees, this is the fall weather that is normal here but we do need MORE rain yet. I can’t believe you are having a heat wave along with thick fog and humidity that is cool, I agree that you are prob being affected by all the smoke from the west too! I hope by now things have cooled off for you guys more without fog! I’m praying for the physio assessment on the 14th for wise answers and treatment plan, with 100% recovery…and that the cost will be very little! Praying also for the black dynamo to outgrow the crazypants routine and instead become a companion that blesses you daily with joy and lots of smiles. I am so glad that you have meds to help calm him and I know he would not want to leave you either…when Ellie was little a few times I was about to loose my mind with her house accidents…I thought how can I keep her in with me and then she quit and has never relieved herself again in the house…she sleeps all night and then goes out to do her thing when we get up…and sometimes when I go to town all day she stays in the house with no accidents or things chewed on. She brings me joy every day and like you could not imagine not having her with me now…I have missed Minnie more the last months as I think it is coming up to the year anniversary…she was prob more sick than I knew a year ago and I wish I had known more then…at times I feel so sad for not knowing to have done more to comfort her…I am sure you go thorugh this at times too. Grief is hard work. I know she is in heaven and someday I will cuddle her to my heart again, and she is without pain and sickness so that gives me peace…and I do think she talked things over with Ellie too.

        Sending you big hugs and also sending healing prayers:)
        {{{{Hugs to you and Kitty loves for Henry}}}}

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      • Nylabluesmum
        Sep 09, 2015 @ 10:43:46

        Hey there HRCG!!! Woo Hoo!!! I am so relieved the fires are controlled & there was snow & rain. Totally FAB! How long b4 the fires are all out?
        I will keep praying for your state & Washington & B.C., Canada & all the firefighters.
        That foggy day was wild I can tell you. Then the heat & humidity came back with a vengeance & it was brutal. Finally yesterday we had some wild rain storms in morning. Then a dry afternoon & then wild Thunderstorms>>>lot of localized flooding….Rolling thunder & pink lightning! During part of the storm “SIR” Crazypants went out in Condo under the balcony. When it got too wild he did willingly come back in 😉
        As for his ‘crazypants’ behavior Siddhartha Henry gets Bach’s Rescue Remedy TWICE daily plus a Calming Treat (I break it up so he gets 1/2 in afternoon & 1/2 at 9 pm). He mellows out for 4-5 days in a row & then goes ‘crazypants’ for a day & then the cycle begins again. I was out with his original owner yesterday & she has Tyerrone the Brother on Bach’s also>>>he is not as ‘wild’ but he does freak out & act ‘naughty’. I am sure it is the Feral make-up of them from their birth Mother.
        Father ‘King’ George is a sweet lovable cat & very calm…..Tori Mom is as feral as feral can be.
        All in all I am learning ALOT about feral cat behavior & together ‘Sir’ Crazypants & I are going thru this together.
        As for our girls in heaven they are free & you know the hurt has lessened a lot. Mind you I am sure in November I will re-live losing Nylablue. For now, I am relieved she is at rest.
        I am so glad Ellie outgrew her behavior>>>I think I need to be patient & vigilant with Siddhartha Henry….I would be gutted if I had to surrender him!!!
        Thank you for being a good support.
        (((hugs))) Sherri-Ellen & ~~~head rubss~~~ Siddhartha Henry~~~

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      • Hot Rod Cowgirl
        Sep 09, 2015 @ 21:07:01

        Hay yah things are looking up with gaining control of the fires:) Note: I used Hay as in horse hay:) I am not sure how long as it takes more time than you or I would think…there is much clean up and being sure all the embers are out under burned trees and etc. I am so glad that you had rains storms to send all the weird fog air out of your area! I still have a cough from the smoke we had here. Rolling thunder and pink lightening would be both scary and cool to see…when we lived in Wyoming we had intense storms like that…just about every night.
        I am glad to hear you are learning more about Siddhartha’s family history and the personality that comes out of being feral…Crazypants has a very good life with you and pray that God heals him…with feral kitties I would look at the fear, rejection that they went through and not being bonded to a human or their mother. I have prayed over my animals before for healing in their hearts and spirits if they suffered trauma. I am believing he will turn out to be a great kitty boy and fun companion for many years:) Thank you too gf as you have been a solid support to me too…and a great friend forever:) God Bless You and God Bless Prince Siddhartha Henry…love you both and send hugs and lots of support always:)

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      • Nylabluesmum
        Sep 10, 2015 @ 10:25:34

        That fog with humidity was creepy! Literally the air smelled moldy; as in moldy & musty books. It was quite gross. Also I had a bit of trouble with my Bronchial Asthma…no surprise there!
        I am relieved the fires are under control. I hope they will soon be extinguished & the clean up will go well.
        I am learning more about Purrince ‘CrazyPants’ hahaha!!!
        Now knowing he & 2 fursibs were only a month old when they were taken from the barn no wonder he is a basket case. Obviously they were separated from their birth Mother as she is completely feral. So Siddhartha Henry & 2 fursibs were bottle fed& undergoing serious treatment to keep them alive. They were living with Nikki & then Elke & back & forth from 1 month til 4 months of age. Then back to Mary-Ellen’s but they barely knew her….so there is something to what you wrote here.
        I wish I had known ALL this BEFORE I fostered/adopted him. I have mellowed out a lot when he ‘acts out’ because I realize he is only acting naturally for ‘him’.
        Knowing Tyerrone is a bit of a handful I feel a little less alone if that makes sense? I wonder how Tangerine is doing (she is the orange Sister who got adopted at 4 months by a Vet Tech where they went for treatments).
        Anyway with the Bach’s & the calming treats & a routine things are going much better. Our skirmishes are not as severe & Siddhartha Henry runs to me when I call his name with tail curled in recognition 😉
        It will take some more time…..I pray often….
        Hope things are getting back to normal now.
        (((hugs))) & ❤ Love ❤ Sherri-Ellen ❤

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      • Hot Rod Cowgirl
        Sep 15, 2015 @ 21:39:47

        I would say ewwwwwww yuk on the moldy air and fog!!! The fires still rage on in CA. and the ones in Oregon could fire up again but praying they do not as the crews are working on containment! I have had the croup each morning for the last weeks…childhood thing that I also passed on to our kids…I go to bed ok and wake up congested until I have a cup of something hot.

        Wow I never knew that about ferals or how to relate with them. Pray and ask God to direct you with wisdom as Purrince kitty boy is very special…I believe that God sent Henry to you to heal your heart and also heal his:)

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  16. speedyrabbit
    Aug 27, 2015 @ 04:01:42

    beautiful photos,I have only ever seen dust storms twice both times in Egypt,that sand gets everywhere,xx Rachel

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    • Hot Rod Cowgirl
      Sep 02, 2015 @ 20:47:08

      Thank you:) We can have true can’t see across the road dust storms here…often it happens right after the wheat fields have been worked or during dry years like this year…they are not good to drive in as you can’t see the person in front of you. I am glad that we do not have the sand that Egypt does!

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  17. Nylabluesmum
    Sep 18, 2015 @ 09:35:56

    Hi HRCG! I have been praying for Purrince Siddhartha Henry to be healed! I even prayed for him @ Temple on Rosh Hashonah! He was doing better & then a few nites ago he went ‘crazypants’ again. I admit I get frustrated with the behavior so I did something different. Instead of putting him in bathroom (like a timeout) I went into bedroom with my tea & book. Closed the door & read for 1/2 hr. He laid on other side of door quietly. When I opened the door I scooped him up an kissed him all over his face the way he likes. Then we played for a bit & he simmered down a lot.
    Mary-Ellen wants to bring Tyerrone in next week for a ‘play date’. It is worth a try we think. Tyerrone is acting out a bit also.
    UGH on the Croup. Is it from all the smoke in the air? Our air was a mess for 10 days….a few days I could see wisps of smoke…so it travelled many many miles.
    I heard on American news channel about fire containment but they are still burning. It really boggles the mind to us here how that happens. Very surreal….
    Wishing all of you a wonderful smoke free; croup free weekend!
    ((((HUGS)))) & ❤ LOVE <3Sherri-Ellen & Siddhartha Henry =^,.^=

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