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Cicero August talks about fire at his house in Duncan, BC. Late October, my son wanted to smoke some fish and I had 40 foot workshop and had a smoke house out in the back and after we just had that tragedy in the subdivision where two kids were burnt in a house fire and those two children were on my son's soccer team... click for more    (ID • 1453)

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august cicero salish carver first nations duncan british columbia canada canada cameraman gary moore kelowna videographer okanagan video production www.realworldphotographs.com www.realworldimage.com photojournalism editorial www.realworldtelevision.com photographer www.garymoorephotography.com stock archive travel conflict people british columbia canada
Cicero August talks about fire at his house in Duncan, BC. Late October, my son wanted to smoke some fish and I had 40 foot workshop and had a smoke house out in the back and after we just had that tragedy in the subdivision where two kids were burnt in a house fire and those two children were on my son's soccer team. So when they passed away he asked me if he could use the smoke house and I told him go ahead. I said be careful I only have dry wood and no wet wood, so he put 30 fish on for the funeral and then he had the fire smoldering, just the smoke, then his grandson came along and said if I add more wood it will dry faster, his grandson's only eight, nine years old and beacuse there was only dry wood the fire got bigger, so he spread the wood around and it got into the walls of the smoke house and when the fire spread through the smoke house it jumped onto the workshop. 4 minutes and my workshop was gone and I had 6 one man race canoes, my grandchildrens, 4 were finished, 2 were in the making. I had two two man race canoes in the making, I had a thirty two foot four man race canoe in the making and several totem poles and wood that I was drying. When they renovated this place I wasn't too sure about the new siding they put up there but I went for it, but I am amazed with this new siding, if it wasn't for this new siding this house would have been completely gone, it saved our house. My son had a repair job for Felix and Ilene we were fixing up the cracks and gonna glass it and get it ready for this years seagoing journey. We were going to move it out and said "let's wait until tomorrow and it didn't happen and it hurt, really hurt because I lost everything. My wife and I just finished paying for 5 brand new still saws, there were a couple I never ever used, burnt, my power tools, my hand tools. My wife said "what are you going to do now?" and I said when I finish crying and the hurts over I'm going to start all over. So I've got everything in the works, I have a workshop, I have a mill in Sooke who will cut all the material for me, now I just need the money have them good ahead. I'm going to build the workshop back here, get it all levelled off and get some gravel and build it up and I have volunteer carpenters and electricians who want to come and help me. So I appreciate that I already got a donation of tools, the Capilano tribe, they really helped me they bought me power tools and saws that I needed, since they found out I had this fire they didn't hesitate to send over the stuff over, so that really helped to pick me up, got me going but now I'm pretty much back on my feet with tools and stuff. I'm going to move the smoke house away from the house this time. He laughs.
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