Bye Bye to Butler Fire II

Okay, we are heading out within the hour. Just thought I would let you know that I won’t be on the mountain or posting updates.

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I am not sure when I’ll have access to the blog but we plan to be back Thursday unless something about the fire changes that prevents us from coming back up.

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4 Responses to “Bye Bye to Butler Fire II

  • 1
    September 17th, 2007 18:38

    So, you are one of those ‘gloom and doomers’ then, aren’t you? How about a little appreciation for all the firefighters who have been working their butts off just so you can say ‘Whaa, they didn’t give me the info I wanted at the meeting.’ Hey, try remembering they are human beings doing the best they can in a tough situation. Why critique every little detail you KNOW isn’t right? Who cares? Right now let’s fight the fire and then later you can complain about how they spelled your name wrong or forgot to mention the color of your eyes or whatever. Who cares? You’re going out of town for a good old time…enjoy yourself..

  • 2
    September 17th, 2007 19:15

    Hi GG!
    Karl and Terri from the Bus Stop say Hi, and we are wishing you the BEST during your evacuation time. Get a massage, Eat at great restaurants, and come see us as soon as this intense drama is over. Praying for your safety!

  • 3
    September 19th, 2007 09:31


    Is there any fund setup to donate to the Gold Pan? I believe they stayed open to help out the fire fighters.

    Let us know!

  • 4
    September 19th, 2007 22:18

    Wanted to say thanks so much, because of your site and links you provided, we were able to stay abreast of the Butler2 fire. As part time Fawnskin residents this becomes an invaluable tool to keep in touch with our favorite hide away in the mountains.
    Again, thanks, so much!!