Well it happen over night that bad snow storm hit south of me and most of Buffalo, Lackawana and below them there there are vehicles stuck and all kinds of business ,schools closed and lets remember our winter driving we need to get into the winter mode kinda watching out for the other person ( myself and a person I know always say they (the other driver)just don't care cause they will tell you I have insurance or why were you not watching out for me.
I have been down to my sons…Continue
Well I hope you have gone and voted and if not lets go have that cup of coffee and then off to the voting place, YES your vote does count I have heard that the President has said its to late to do anything well not its not to late its to late once the poll places are closed.
So PLEASE get out and VOTE.
Have a safe and good week.
Added by Bob Allard on November 4, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
Well Its almost Winter here in WNY as the leaves are falling/changing colors and yes it was snowing Nov. 1 but it did not amount to anything here, and its gone today, nice stop at the light you did not look both ways and I sure hope everyone is wearing their seat belts.
Another thing I want to stress is to go and vote on Tuesday Nov. 4,2014 its your right to vote and make sure you vote for the people you can trust and believe in, as alot of them will give you stuff and tell you stuff…Continue
While you are changing your clocks, it’s also a great time to change the batteries in detectors … and check and rotate items in disaster supplies kits since cooler weather is coming.
Use the following tips to make this a family project and include the kids so they can help choose items for…Continue
Added by Janet Liebsch on October 31, 2014 at 7:39pm — No Comments
Added by LT. Andrew Poole on October 22, 2014 at 8:36pm — No Comments
We're into October now and for many of you, that means Homecoming Weekend is right around the corner. This particular weekend is definitely one of the most fun for college students because of the many parties and get togethers with friends, the big football game and other sporting events. It's also a time when fire safety…Continue
Added by Capt. Fyre Walker on October 18, 2014 at 12:10am — No Comments
Did you know that many people don’t test their smoke alarms as often as they should? When there…Continue
Added by Capt. D Lewis on October 5, 2014 at 3:23am — No Comments
Yea its me the one that yells at you about driving and safety and all that other stuff, I still keep reading about Fire Vehicles rolling and firefighters hurt or dyeing, come on wear your SEAT BELTS, don't think if you are a Police officer you don't need your belts on you need them just as much if maybe more then the FD. It maybe uncomfortable to wear but if you wear them daily you will get use to them, sure it may slow you down a bit if you have to foot chase some bad…Continue
Just got back from some missionary work. Plan on spending time getting the county CERT program active. Everybody should make a emergency tool kit. The basics: Flashlight and batteries, first aid kit, wrench to shut off gas line, couple gallons fresh water, cell phone with extra battery is good. Practice an emergency action plan at least once a month with your family. For storms, floods, power outages, etc.. YOU CAN NEVER BE TO PREPARED. God bless all, and especially all the FIRST RESPONDERS.…Continue
Hope this goes out to all of you as I have been having issues with my computer and was on vacation in DC, the last time my wife and I were there was about 20 yrs. ago with our kids. It was a warm day in Aug.. we drove there which was about 7 hrs. and we stay in Rockville,Md, AH you want to watch were you are driving you just ran the red light and never looked to the left. Any way we did some of the museums and the boat ride and I have always wanted to see the Pentagon so we did the bus tour…Continue
Added by Bob Allard on September 6, 2014 at 9:53am — No Comments
It’s been a while since I’ve done a Friday Fotos post, but I wanted to share some wildfire pics coming out of Washington and Oregon.
Firefighters are up against 17 wildfires or sets of blazes in the Northwest, 13 in Oregon covering nearly 620,000 acres and four in Washington that have charred about 290,000 acres. Nearly 10,000 firefighters and support personnel are assigned to the region. They've made progress, with no new starts in the past 24 hours, according to …Continue