Take a little trip to Valley Forge in January. Hold a musket ball in your fingers and imagine it piercing your flesh and breaking a bone or two. There won’t be a doctor or trainer to assist you until after the battle, so just wait your turn. Take your cleats and socks off to get […]
Author Archive | Pat
It is about that time of year again, weather is in the 60’s and the snow is only left under the shade trees. I didn’t send an email last year, because we got busy so early in the season, but then people wondered if we were still in town. So yes, still in Angel Fire […]
Carbon sequestration, air quality, and climate change
A web search for Angel Fire Wildfire Protection Plan brings up Angel Fire’s CWPP which is filled with alarming images and text declaring Vail Loop and other large parts of the Village as Very High Fire Hazard.
Angel Fire Village – Voluntary Dead Diseased and Down policy Continue to Educate the Public on Fire Mitigation, Home Ignition Zone/Defensible Space, and encourage a Dead Diseased and Down Village policy. This same Dead Diseased and Down policy applies to all undeveloped lots, including those acquired in the future. The below 9-7-13 Fuel Modification Feb […]
Haven’t Village officials done enough damage already by publicly declaring Vail Loop and other areas of Angel Fire “High Fire Threat Areas?” This action alone puts Angel Fire home owners at risk of loosing their homeowners insurance!
Firebrands, blowing wildfire embers, are the main cause of home destruction from wildfires. Not Crown Fires.
Ecologists agree that there is no way to win the War Against Wildfire. So why is the Forest Service spending more than ever on fire suppression?
Note: Exiting Angel Fire Wildfire Laws 9-7-13 shown below only extends out from existing structures 60′
Hayman Fire Case Study southwest of Denver, consuming 137,000 acres