Nothing quite causes the same fear as a disaster, natural or man-made, that threatens your home, family and animals.  This is the time of year when a lot of the states in the west, south and midwest are not getting a lot of rainfall. It can be devasting when a fire starts, and it sure helps if you and your neighbors have a plan of action in case a fire breaks in your area.

Learn about how to keep your family and animals safe, reduce the risk for wildfire damage and review the fire-wise tips checklist for homeowners at:

A special mention goes out in our state of Oklahoma to the Trail Riding Gals, – a lot of the gals never fail to chip in to help anyone who needs help moving horses, pets and animals in case of a natural disaster, or help with hay or lend a hand in some way. Be sure and pitch in, you never know when it might be you – we’re all in this together!

Traveler and Chuck, happy trails



1 min readBy Published On: August 12, 2012Categories: TipsTags:
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