Rant for the inversion

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Re: Rant for the inversion

by treehousegirl » Fri Dec 08, 2017 12:56 pm

We have an inversion, too. Sine we live very close to the Salmon River, all of the smoke settles down on us. Apparently there was a segment on PBS a few nights ago regarding this for the City of Salmon. EPA, wood stove vouchers and woodstove replacements were part of the topic. However, given the massive forest fires we have had since I have lived here because of countless law suits filed to stop logging, the EPA may be misguided in their efforts. Probably 80% of Salmon residents rely on their wood cutting and wood stoves to heat their homes, as we do. So many retired seniors living here and on a fixed income they can't afford the high electric bills. We all pitch in and help with fire-wood for their heat source. It has raised many interesting questions on what the EPA would propose to do in this little community.

Rant for the inversion

by sunnysloper » Fri Dec 08, 2017 10:38 am

Well, it's a CSS morning (can't see s#!t) in the normally beautiful Sunnyslope area today. Took the Dawg for a walk around the property about 8:30 AM and could only see ten fence posts ahead along the east fence, they're spaced ten feet apart. We've been doing this practically every morning for the past 15 years and seldom has it been this foggy, lost track of each other immediately. Had to wear my insulated bibs 'cuz it was 16 degrees. Damned inversions anyway.