The Clearwater Complex Fire affected everything and everyone, shifting priorities, rearranging schedules and causing all things to be reevaluated, but in the end life must go on. We are a little late, but hopefully still have time to get in winter wheat, oats, and other winter crops so they can sprout before it frosts too … Continue reading Keep on Farming
A firefighter on the Clearwater Complex found a massive shed during his firefighting operations. This buck is HUGE and we would love to see him in the wild. This picture has been circulating like crazy and I have no idea of The firefighter’s name. That would be great to have if anybody knows. What do … Continue reading Firefighter Finds Massive Shed
After Saturday’s refreshing rain I was able to quickly capture these shots. It was amazing to see the sky once again and to enjoy the view that so many people love while living here. Thank God for the rain that fell Saturday and Sunday it was more than welcome. We certainly notice less smoke this … Continue reading Rain Chases Smoke
Obviously, the post about “Current Sentiment” has gotten a lot of attention and sentiment. Thus, in an attempt to be fair-minded I began to do additional research on the success rates of back burns, other than the percentages that have been told us on the local level. Armed with Google this project began combing through … Continue reading THIS is What Needs to Be Said!
“A great big thank you to the American Red Cross that has been on scene in the valley as quickly as possible and has been providing case after case of bottled water, gatorade, snacks, delicious hand made meals, and much more to our group of ‘firefighters’ who have worked tirelessly night and day.” Continue reading RED CROSS Representative Visits Citizen Firefighters
“Thank you to everyone that has done anything to help; all the way from the firefighters, both local and out of state, to those handing out bottles of water, to those donating money and supplies from afar. It is times like this that we see what a great nation this truly is and know that in our hearts still burns the great American ideals of helping one another as one nation under God!” Continue reading Family Loses All
Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador, our 1st District Representative, has driven up from Boise to tour the areas hardest hit by the Clearwater Complex Fire and was kind enough to meet with our group of homeowners, citizens, and residents that have been fighting the blaze 24 hours a day since Friday night on Beaverslide, Tom Taha, and … Continue reading Raul Labrador on Tour of Clearwater Complex Fire