Chuck Humeston

This has been one of the most unusual Labor Day Weekends I’ve ever experienced. But that’s another story for another time.

As I write this and look out the window the temperature is supposed to drop 40 degrees over the night. Two of our kids and their families live at different ends of Colorado. I’ve heard from both of them today. They told of smoke and ash from ongoing forest fires in the high country, making the day appear so dark the street lights were activating. Not only that, after a Labor Day in the 90s, the temp was expected to drop to freezing with snow storms bringing nine to 15 inches of snow. At least they can’t blame this one on me as it seems it snows out there every time we go for a visit.

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