Unfortunately, when the flames descend on the Academy, those in charge will have to remind all and sundry that prayer is forbidden on that secular government ground.
God is neutral on this fire coming towards the AF academy.
They should have a gay parade to quell the fire with glitter, rainbows, and music. I’m sure it would generate enough sweat to do the trick! Or better yet, ask all of the illegals, I mean legals, to help, i’m sure they are looking for work now that they are citizens.
The winds just shifted to the North and the wind speed appeared to pickup. As long as the winds blew East they might have blown the fire to less fuel and extinguished the blaze. With the winds blowing North the fire will find all the fuel it wants as it blows across the front range.
Wow, I have family in Colorado springs. Wonder how they are doing. Anybody know just where the fire is...I would like to Google the address of family and compare.
The Air Force Academy is miles, and miles, from the fire...chances of the fire reaching is extremely slim!
It's a good 20 miles from the Academy.
I grew up in the Springs, worked many of the tourist attractions (cog and Cave of the Winds among others) and it flared at 1pm Saturday and just exploded up Waldo Canyon, and has crested into Williams canyon - these are more in a northwest path from Colorado Springs, somewhat parallel to Highway 24 that goes from the Springs to Woodland Park.
If you have ever been to that area...Pikes Peak Highway/cog railroad, Cliff Dwellings Musuem, Cave of the Winds, and the North Pole Amusement/Theme Parks are the best known tourist attractions directly affected. They are all closed, but doesn't look like any of them have suffered damage (it came very close to the Cave of the Winds building), but North Pole would be the most in danger at this time, especially if the fire jumps Highway 24.
You can thank the enviro-nazis for causing these fires. Until you manage the forests they will continue to burn.
Pray for America
GRAPHIC: Map overlay of wild fires and Agenda 21 exclusion zones.