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From: "Lisa Lepore" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Off topic: Stay safe, Québécois
Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 21:56:11 -0400
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These fires must be terrible. I live in Massachusetts, and we've
had a haze of smoke in the air all day, and tonight it actually smells
mildly like smoke.

I hope they are able to contain them soon.

Lisa

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mona Andrée Rainville" <>


> Thank you Thomas,
>
> Since yesterday, there is a strong smell of burning wood in the air and
> smog. I thought it was a neighbour using a wood stove to burn paper the
> smell was so strong. It turns out to be coming from those forest fires,
> eventhough I am hundreds of miles aways. The smoke and the smell are
> being carried all the way here by the wind. It must be quite an inferno
> up North. Very sad.
>
> Today, Environment Canada had a smoke advisory for my region. It is the
> first time I see one. Kind of freeky.
>
> http://www.meteo.gc.ca/city/pages/qc-147_metric_f.html
>
> Mona
>
> Thomas Valley wrote:
>> Was just reading about all of the forest fires currently burning in
>> Quebec,
>> and thought of you all. Please stay safe.
>>


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