Afterburn GESOs

Alan C cole at lantic.net
Sat Sep 19 02:35:39 EDT 2020


Dreadful stuff, Larry. How does one ever recover from that? Hopefully 
people will be able to claim on insurance (depending on the fine print I 
suppose).

Alan C

On 19-Sep-20 08:14 AM, Larry Colen wrote:
> A fairly large documentary, rather than artistic,  set  from driving around in the burn zones last weekend.  The photos closest to my house were about 1.2 miles (2 klicks) straight line.
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> https://www.flickr.com/photos/ellarsee/albums/72157716027178261
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> When I reached the first burned areas, and realized how close they were to my home, it was a bit of a gut punch.  One of the places I stopped, and I haven’t posted photos from there yet, was a friend’s house.  PQ Boomer was one of my high school teachers who let students build a castle, and other fun things like a pipe organ and a guillotine, and let the students have weekend long water battles there.  Fortunately, very little was lost, but it came very close to being a total loss. That realization had a bit of an emotional impact as well.
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> I had permission to photograph these things that belonged to a friend. They were stored in a shed, and while the house didn’t burn, the shed did
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/ellarsee/albums/72157716027442281
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> Larry Colen
> lrc at red4est.com
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