Sunday, November 16, 2008

Today's Entry Courtesy of Mr. Farklepants' Super Badass Camera

Alternate Title: Mother Nature Should See a Doctor About Some Hormone Replacement Therapy. She's Rather Bitchy.

Just another average day at the golf course:

Tiger Woods never has to contend with this:

Here I come to save the daaaaaaaay:

View of the Sayre Fire from our neighborhood:

Eerily empty freeway on a busy Saturday (i.e. Once again we were cut off from anything south of us):

18 comments:

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

At least you're getting great pics.

I have so been there, done that with the evacuation thing--I have my fingers crossed that the winds stay down in San Diego.

I hope that's as close as it gets to you.

Backpacking Dad said...

Please be safe.

babs said...

I don't think I'll complain about our cold and snow anymore. We'll be thinking of you. Great photos, by the way.

Anglophile Football Fanatic said...

Wow that's close. I hope they get it out soon.

Renée aka Mekhismom said...

Wow! Great photos and how scary! I am glad to hear that you are okay and I hope the fires are contained.

Swirl Girl said...

If you need to evacuate- you can come to Thousand Oaks. For real.

These fires are devastating...Montecito, Sylmar, Yorba Linda, Brea - not near you ,that I know of. Really puts things in perspective when the threat is real.

jenontheedge said...

Damn. I can't even imagine how bad the air quality is in your neighborhood right now.

I'm glad to hear that you guys are safe!

sarah bean said...

Wow! From here, that looks really exciting.
I'm guessing more scary and devastating from over there. :(
Nature is a wayward beastie

calicobebop said...

Wow, empty freeway? Spooky!

Madge said...

stay safe!

Insta-mom said...

Amazing pictures. We, too, were cut off. Some friends of mind couldn't get back to their home in Granada Hills.

Agreed...get that bitch some premarin.

MelADramatic Mommy said...

It's hard knowing we're one carelessly tossed cigarette butt away from disaster. Glad you guys are OK.

The Mom Bomb, a/k/a Folksy Mama said...

Wow. Devastating. Hope you all can breathe without much irritation.

All Adither said...

God, those fall fires are so scary down there. Stay safe.

Nora Bee said...

Great photos. Here's hoping the fires stay far, far away.

Katie said...

Amazing pic's, scary fires.

Saucy said...

Stay out of harms way! Seriously, you've got us worried.

Nap Warden said...

CRAZY! Stay safe:)