Lottabusha County on Break

spraying water

No lives were lost.  Lafayette County Fire Department and the Taylor Volunteer Fire Department saved our house.  You can find out more over at Lottabusha County Chronicles, but I am going to be on break for a little while.  New fences must be built,  clean up must be done, and I feel guilty about lollygagging on the computer, so I am putting on my work boots for a few weeks.  Ya’ll come back now, ya hear?

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7 Responses to Lottabusha County on Break

  1. Beth says:

    I can’t get the slideshow to work, but this looks serious! Glad you’re ok! Hope the kitties didn’t start this!

    • Suzassippi says:

      I changed the slide show–don’t know why that happens on occasion. They fire department thinks it was a power line spark. The electricity had surged twice in the few minutes before the neighbor saw the fire. The speculation is it arced and set the grass and/or kudzu on fire.

  2. Susan Lentz says:

    Wow, Suzassippi! I’m so sorry about the fire and so glad no one was hurt.

    • Suzassippi says:

      Thank you, Susan. I am grateful for all that did not happen, and thankful for good neighbors, good strangers, and that so many of those men and women who are volunteer firefighters are willing to do so.

  3. socialbridge says:

    Poor you! So sorry to hear about the fire. Hugs, jx

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