Looks like they might have been trimming the trees, or messing with the power lines. Sorry I didn’t get closer. The smoke truly smelled toxic.
Editor’s Update: Reader David took the following image, showing firefighters battling the flames. See the rest here.
We think she might belong to the neighbors across the street, but we’re not sure. Can you help this girl find her way home?
Cody snuck out of my yard at approximately 8:45 today. He’s wearing a collar and tags. He’s black with patches of white on his chest and feet. If you see him, please call 206-784-1409 or if that’s busy 206-321-4119. He’s very sweet, but can be excitable. Many thanks for keeping a watch out.
Update I had barely finished posting this when he decided to amble back. Sorry for the false alarm everyone.
They’re everywhere. I know they’re still falling but I probably already have a yard-waste dumpster full. Do you know someone who is reasonably priced who will come deal with this mess for me?
discussed here: http://www.centraldistrictnews.com/2009/08/17/corporate-medi
They seem to be averaging two posts a day and none over this last weekend. Looking at all their posts currently on the front page there is only one that has a comment. Most of the posts seem to be written by one person. There was one interesting piece actually written by someone in the KOMO news department ( http://centraldistrict.komonews.com/content/shuttered-travel), but that was the exception not the rule. They’re also definitely posting on subjects previously covered here and recycling content across all their neighborhood blogs. At this rate I don’t seem them taking too many eyes from Central District News.
Now somebody just needs to tell Ezell’s that they’re advertising on the wrong site.