Lest we forget our heroes

There are not many things that I am afraid of, but FIRE and WAR leave me terrified!

We have been under threat from fire for more than 10 days now. People have lost their lives and their property.  It has been a very unsettling time indeed.

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO in 1918, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the guns fell silent to end the First World War (1914-1918), the largest global man-made catastrophe known until that time.

The ‘war to end all wars’ cost the lives of a total of 8 634 300 soldiers. Twenty years later, the Second World War (1939-1945) saw the loss of 24 517 000 combatants’ lives. In addition to these statistics, millions of civilians died during both conflicts.

Today, as the fires slowly die down, we remember those that lost their lives and give thanks to those who protected us over the last ten days and One Hundred Years ago.

Our chickens are all safe!  They suffered a bit from smoke inhalation, but seem to be OK!

Now we wait for the rain (or snow that is forcasted..) Cheers for now! Keep safe!

Lindy & the team.

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