Monthly Archives: August 2014

Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 3: Wildfires.

During our stay in Osoyoos in May 2014 a wildfire in the hills above us created a bit of anxiety for us due mainly to smoke. Our air conditioner/dehumidifier trick worked so we were not forced to leave the exceptionally … Continue reading

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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 2: Flood!

Picture from NOAA   We have had our fair share of severe weather near misses. Some of those near misses have just been due to our own dumb luck. Most have been because we have been aware and alert and … Continue reading

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