I See Fire

I am still displaced by the fire in my home town of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. I have no idea when I’ll be able to return. šŸ˜¦


My Canadian Town Has Burned

By now I am sure you all have heard about the fires in my city of Fort McMurray, Alberta. I was at work 1 hour south whenĀ the evacuation came into effect. My husband drove north with our cats and was put up in a camp on hisĀ job site. My company put me up forĀ a night until on May 4thĀ – the fire had spread very quickly and started to burn my work site. I was evacuated at 10pm. It was scary. To the right of the road were flames, so high, the sky was red. I drove all night until I reached Edmonton. I had worked all day so I was up 24 hours but the 7 hour drive seem to fly. Adrenaline is a powerful thing.Ā My husband is flying to Edmonton tonight.Ā As of today my house is still okay. I am safe. It is almost unthinkable that this is happening. I can’t imagine the terror the people who fled through a wall of flame. The poor children will be traumatized for life. It’s bad. The fire fighters will be fighting this for weeks and weeks. I have no idea when the city will beĀ safe for people to return. I do know once we do return we will be shocked at the devastation.

Burning Escape FRom the sky trees