Started by glenn kangiser, January 30, 2005, 10:24:03 PM
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Quote from: glenn kangiser on July 30, 2008, 10:31:40 AMGood morning everybody. 8:30 and all is well. My friends from the Yuma Arizona Station 2 Strike Team just left the Underground Command Center to go out and do what they can to save more places from burning. Be safe, my friends.Pictures and updates to follow after my morning rounds.
Quote from: auntrambo on July 30, 2008, 11:09:34 AMQuote from: glenn kangiser on July 30, 2008, 10:31:40 AMGood morning everybody. 8:30 and all is well. My friends from the Yuma Arizona Station 2 Strike Team just left the Underground Command Center to go out and do what they can to save more places from burning. Be safe, my friends.Pictures and updates to follow after my morning rounds.HEY GLENN, HEARD FROM THE NEIGHBORS ABOVE YOU THAT YOU WERE TRYING TO KEEP MY GARDEN WATERED. THANKS A MILLION. HOPE ALLS GOING WELL. IF YOU NEED US, I'M BACK AT WORK. JUST CALL 209-966-7772 OR YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO REACH US AT MY BROTHERS 209-966-6035. THANKS AGAIN GLENN. STAY SAFE.
Quote from: MountainDon on July 29, 2008, 11:30:04 PMDang it Glenn! I go away for a week, never turn on the TV or radio and look what happened. Crimoney! I truly hope you and your property are still okay.
Quote from: considerations on July 30, 2008, 02:59:06 PMGlenn: Here is a little email from one of your fire fighter friends. I copied one of the emails off of the picture of the sign you posted:"Thank you very much for the support. We really enjoyed visiting with Glen, and are hoping that we can get a handle on this mess soon! We will continue to stop by and check on him as long as we are assigned to this part of the fire. Be safe, Steve Legros"Hah! the circle is complete!Now we can check on you if your communications go down....
Quote from: PEG688 on July 29, 2008, 09:22:58 PM Glenn's excellent adventure rolls on Thats a nice cabin the neighbors have , Jeannie's place I take it . It looks like they have enough clearing around it to be some what safe from fire , maybe thats not true . Hard to tell from the photo IF theres weak places / dry stuff to close. So whats the situation like now? How close did it get , the fire and was that a good thing in that it burned most of the fuel off then stopped? That fire gear looks HOT! But I guess / know they need it to get in range to fight the fire , way different than the gear I had back in the 70's when I was a young volunteer firemen back in R.I. Stay safe , eh! G/L PEG
Quote from: PEG688 on July 30, 2008, 07:50:50 PM This thread should be mandatory reading for all the world, well at least world leaders, who seem to have issues with simple day to day living. Talk about self reliance coupled with good will. They'll be back , if they can swing it I bet. You'll be a legend at that fire house Glenn. Great job Glenn Stay safe buddy!