There has been a lull in the news….

We haven’t heard of too many new fires in the last few days.  Does that mean the fire danger has passed?  Not hardly.  In our area, we had rain for a few days and that was great.  However, the rains are slowing down now and we have wind.  Wind dries all the plants out and guest what, the fire danger goes up again.  And while fires are still a possibility, the peak of hurricane season is from August through October–the time we are now in.  People need to be prepared in those areas where hurricanes are likely to strike.  Be ready, be prepared.  Take a look at Rising from the Ashes for pre-disaster preparation.  We never know when nature will assert herself in the form of fires, hurricanes, tornadoes or floods.

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