Forest Floor In The West   2 comments

Forest Floor In the West — Abstract Art by kenne

Almost 100 fires and complexes are burning over one million acres across the United States. Thousands of wildland firefighters
and support personnel are assigned to incidents. To date, 34,411 wildfires have burned 2,255,218 million acres.

Now more than ever, we need your help to prevent wildfires. When you work and play in our precious public forests,
parks and rangelands, it is critical for you to be fire safe. Have spark arresters on equipment and vehicles like chain saws,
motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles. Exhaust systems on any vehicle can easily ignite vegetation, so drive and park in
designated areas keeping off and away from dry grass and brush. Taking these simple steps can keep our natural resources
from going up in smoke. —
National Interagency Fire Center

2 responses to “Forest Floor In The West

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  1. Kenne,

    Back when I was a kid I just LOVED watching the “Twilight Zone”. I became somewhat of a fan of Rod Serling.
    A few weeks ago I stumbled across a short video clip that Serling did back in the late 1960s, I think it was. He used the same style and approach in this ad that he’d used in the Zones. It is emotionally very moving. Although the car and way the people are dressed now all look hopelessly out of date, Serling’s message is both as emotionally moving and appropriate as it was in the ’60s.

    I hope you enjoy this. Be sure your sound is on! If the URL doesn’t “highlight” you might have to copy and paste it into your browser.

    Here you go:

    Fred M. Cain,
    Topeka, IN

    Liked by 1 person

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