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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Western Washington Area Flooding Follow Up

Flood relief available for Dozens of horses displaced by flood. If you are in need of help or if you would like to donate, please visit Flake Sale.

This sums up most of my opinion as well:

Weather response must be grounded in science
by Clifford F. Mass, Special to The Times
The volatility of Pacific Northwest weather in recent years demands the scientific community set the record straight about its changes and causes, argues University of Washington meteorology Cliff Mass. Too often, public officials, the media and others are quick to blame global climate change, though its effects require more research. Better the region redouble its efforts for weather observation and response to extreme weather events.

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C-ingspots said...

Hi there Liz, thanks for visiting. And thank you for posting the info about all the flood victims in Washington state. It is devastating to so many people and it's very helpful when folks like you help to spread the word. About Tamarack Springs. I've never been there, but it's in the Ellensburg area. There is no actual campground, just wilderness. Reportedly, it's a fairly lengthy and steep gravel road into the area where we're supposed to be camping. Any info you could provide would be appreciated. We are scheduled to be there from June 27 - July 5.
Thanks so much!!
BTW, how are you and your neighbors doing with all the excess water??