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Mike Ukrainetz 17-Nov-21
News from that are is floods and landslides. Hope everyone is okay
From: Mike Ukrainetz
I have to ask what’s the point of this post on a bowhunting website? Is it just to add to the climate alarmism narrative?
Mike, I'd guess at least a few people here either hunt there, live there or have friends and relatives there. Not every topic is political.
I'm being told that several rail lines are buried by landslides right now. One 2x4 and 2x6 stud mill I buy from is telling me to expect an additional 2-3 week lead time for rail cars to arrive.
Dana it is when you pick a article with this in the first few paragraphs "The provincial minister of transportation, Rob Fleming, told a news conference it was the "worst weather storm in a century". Minister of public safety, Mike Farnworth, said he had "no doubt" that the storm was linked to climate change."
I lived in Lynden, Washington many years ago. Was there a couple of years ago for my older brother s funeral. I still has friends there. That area west of Mt. Baker to the ocean is flat, I mean flat. Been trying to get in touch with them. Not yet.
My parents are in Abbotsford but haven't been affected by it yet. Hopefully the pumps are able to keep up, and water levels drop, so they can open the gates.