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March 07, 2009

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jhwygirl

Wow Wulfgar! That was a great write-up of the event as you saw it. I know what you mean how just seconds go by...and you explained the scene before you quite well.

It's really sad that one person lost their life, but amazing - really amazing - it wasn't more. And to think the difference a hour mighta made...

I love those old buildings on downtown Main Street Bozeman. That's a loss not only to Bozeman, but to Montana.

Bob

Many of us are still grieving the loss of a friend (or family member) in this tragedy. As jhwygirl says, the fact that one person lost her life is really sad..."but amazing - really amazing - it wasn't more." That's true. We all have something to be thankful for in that regard. Then again, this community, in addition to family and friends, has lost a young and bright shining star. That said, does infrastructure repair mean something more than "economic stimulus"? What better tribute to a young woman who died in this freak blast to fix the fucking plumbing!

Patia

I remember those sonic booms from when I was a kid at Spring Creek (near Thompson Falls).

I've lived through a couple of big events -- the '89 quake, the '91 fires -- and what has stayed with me is that these times bring out both the best and the worst of human nature. Some people more selfish and greedy, others become selfless and giving.

Amerith

Glad your ok.

Mark T

Ya done well yourself, Wulf. Thanks.

Eric Coobs

Neat story -

I'm glad your truck (and you) didn't get clobbered - it'd be boring in this corner of the blogs if you were gone -

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