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I saw the smoke & the neighbor lady told me about it. Another historical building removed by fire. This keeps up and they won’t be able to say it’s a historical town. 

 

Here’s the news:

https://www.pinalcentral.com/florence_reminder_blade_tribune/news/vacant-florence-bar-gutted-by-nd-fire-in-a-month/article_7f461057-c599-5cdb-b90d-797510b39696.html

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What a shame. It kind of looks suspicious now. huh.

 

I opened the page and saw the temperature. At 8:45pm.  

1-0-7.  Faint. :knary: 

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3 hours ago, Jeepers said:

 

I opened the page and saw the temperature. At 8:45pm.  

1-0-7.  Faint. :knary: 

Lol, average temps here. 

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We...at 9,000' elevation....had 93 degrees today!  Ai - yi - yi !!!  REally warm for us!

 

 Annarchy, I kept telling my dad today when we visited, that you expected your area to be 109* today....  Anything over 100* is simply a HORROR to us!  :behindsofa:

 

The highest temperature I've ever been in .....I was a LOT younger then.....was at least 125*.    <_<   Might have been higher but the thermometer didn't go any higher!   1977 SW corner of Nevada.  My friend and I were traveling/camping on a tour of Western Canada/US.  We spent that day sitting IN the creek reading books!  

 

So glad that fire didn't spread tho....if you're as dry as we are.

 

MtRider    :bathbaby:   ...keeping cool...enough. 

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It reached 109* here. The weather stations are quite a distance from us. I’d like one closer to us just to report the actual temps.

 

The fire dept was efficient this time, I guess. They did keep it from spreading. The building is probably a total loss. 

 

The old hotel burned numerous times, completely gutted. Only the antique bricks remained in tact, where they were able to reconstruct it and use it a a little market place. Ice cream & sandwich shop and second hand stores. 

 

Here’s a little history:  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_historic_properties_in_Florence,_Arizona

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