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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Wordless Wednesday - Fire

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I know this is supposed to be "wordless" but I ask you all to pray for the 400+ Firefighters battling this blaze in our beloved Blue Mountains.  It's already burned nearly 4500 acres.  So far no lives lost. 

It's been HOT & DRY here with no rain in sight.

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  1. Of course I will. I wasn't even aware of this. Hoping the fires are out soon and you get some rain!

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  2. I pray now for their safety and that God will help them put out that fire.

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  3. So grateful that no lives have been lost, but the damage from the fires are awful. Prayers your way, my friend.

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  4. Hello Ida, God Bless the firemen. They have such hard risky jobs, sending my prayers they all stay safe! I hope the fire is out now!

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  5. Hope they get it under control soon and everyone in the area is safe!

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  6. i always hate to hear of the wildfires. i hope it can be gotten under control with no further loss.

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  7. so sorry to hear this, prayers

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  8. I sure hope the firefighters can get that fire put out.

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  9. How terrible. But the photos you took are excellent documentation of the fire fighting process.

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  10. I am not sure where you are located, but prayers for everyone dealing with this.

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  11. oh no!! and here I am complaining about a little rain. shame on me.
    keeping these brave fighters in my prayers, and hopefully no more beautiful and precious landscape (or lives!) is lost.

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  12. Fingers crossed. Hope things are under control.

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  13. Scary times! Praying for the firefighters and some rain for you!

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  14. Oh my - great photos, but... I think we agree you would have rather not had the opportunity to take them, right? I hope the fire is out by now and no one was hurt.

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  15. Gorgeous area! I'm hoping they got that fire out? A little fire is good for the environment but not if it gets out of control near people's homes.

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  16. What a great series of photos!

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  17. So much more reality to the fires when seeing it through your eyes.

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