The Chemo Canyon Chronicles or ‘Facing a Cancer Diagnosis’ by Andy Marshall Cancer is a dangerous disease, and everyone’s experience is unique. And ‘facing it’ can be different today than it had been in earlier times. Perhaps the memories of those times influence how we see things in the present. It does … [Read more...]
This is the third anniversary of the Wallow Fire, and I have published “Summer Wind – Facing a Mega Wildfire:” a recount of those days and a reminder to those who experienced it or other giant wildfires, as to what it was like. It is also a story of the fires’s beginnings and explosive growth, … [Read more...]
This is a video I did to help show how you may also make your yard safer from a wild fire.
As strong tornadoes move across the country this week, I decided to post these photos of the storm system taken on Saturday, the 26th, while the center of low pressure was still over Arizona. I-25 South of Socorro, NM, looking north in photo below Looking southwest in photo below On Saturday, April 26, Chana … [Read more...]
As I am continuing to research and write a new story, Summer Wind, remembering the great Wallow Fire of three years ago, I see that we are entering another dangerous fire season. There are many similarities between these years, most notably the dry winters and windy springs. The only difference is that we now have … [Read more...]