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The fury of Calbuco

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Overview of Calbuco volcano from Puerto Varas, city located 600 miles south of Santiago, Chile, on April 22 , 2015. The eruption caused a column of smoke over ten miles high. On that occasion the authorities declared red alert and ordered the evacuation of four thousand people who living to 13 miles around the volcano, corresponding to areas of Correntoso, Chapo Lake, Ensenada, Colonia Tres Puentes and Cascada
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Wow, what a sunset! It does make a great puzzle. But I'm still glad we don't have to worry about this sort of thing in Colorado. Thanks, Colleen!


Glad that you enjoyed it Andy.


Great pix for a puzzle Colleen! I alway wondered what motivates people to live so close to very potential danger - Puerto Varas is just under 20 miles from the volcano. Fortunately, being west of Calbuco probably helps a lot, but... It's like Naples, with over three million people who could all be wiped out if Vesuvius erupts again. Sure, every place has something that can happen like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and so on. Anyway, not on my top 10 list of places to live. But it made a real fun puzzle, so thanks!


Thanks M J, I thought the exact same thing when I saw the photo. Living in TN there are so many things I do not ever have to think about. Things that aflict so many people in the world. I also try to remind myself of this every time I tun on the tap and clean, drinkable water comes out.

Wow! I pray that there is never anything like that here in Ohio, U.S.A. Tornados are bad enough.
Lord please keep your protection over these areas. God bless you and your family always.

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