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  1. #11
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    When I-70 reopens there will be many instances of closure to mitigate rock and mudslides since the fire has burned off vegetation. These problems will be fairly frequent to start but will go on for years.

  2. #12
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    (I came up for air; I've been learning MORE new software in order to teach children via Distance Learning.)

    My daughter in Colorado has been thankful for the rain that has begun to come down. Hopefully it will help the fires, but I am sure that mudslides will come afterward. It happens here in CA all the time, sad to say.

    I also tell both of my daughters: there is no such place on Earth as Utopia. Every place has its issues: hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, brush/forest fires, earthquakes, tsunami, mudslides, duststorms/haboobs, super heat, super humidity, or awfully dry. Or a combination of all of the above.

    Back into my cave...

    Donna

  3. #13
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    Default Hope it eases up soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaR57 View Post
    Back into my cave...
    I am sure that is challenging, learning all of this new software. Hope it eases up soon.

    Mark

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