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Home >> SCANNER AUDIO >> Best of the Old Fire

Best of the Old Fire


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Submitted by Craig on Oct 08, 2006 11:53AM.

     

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The Old Fire of October 2003 nearly devestated all mountain communities in the San Bernardino Mountains. The first started in the foothills in highland and quickly took out hundreds of structures at the northern most part of Waterman Canyon. It eventually spread into the mountains driven by high winds and caused the evacuations of Lake Arrowhead, Crestline, Running Springs, Big Bear, and most mountain communities in the SBD Mountains. The fight went on for well over a week. Hundreds of homes were lost, but most were spared. This audio and video captures the event from the start until the final evacuation of the BigBearScanner.
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Mtngirl2
Aug 22 : 08:30am
Happy Friday!

Jellylorum
Aug 22 : 07:50am
If I don't manually log out, then refresh the page, my last posting reposts. Yes, it even happens if I refresh several days later, unless I manually log out.

Jellylorum
Aug 22 : 07:37am
The auto logout function does not work correctly for me. I do not check 'remember me' either. I've remained logged in for several days at a time. I may not appear on the logged in list, but my device is still logged in and functions that way.

Jellylorum
Aug 22 : 07:27am
Boots - my phone and computers do the same thing. If I log out right after I post, it seems to stop doing that. So I log in, post, log out, log back in.

Mtn.goat John
Aug 22 : 06:06am
Good Morning?

RetiredRedHat
Aug 21 : 09:49pm
Reboot it, Boot's.

BootsNBridles
Aug 21 : 09:38pm
Thanks Craig! It's a little disconcerting at times. Esp since I can't SEE what was there it just shows up all on it's own in the chat!!

Craig (KJ6BCM)
Aug 21 : 08:09pm
Kind of a cool feature Boots! This way we can get a reminder of what we were talking about last time

BootsNBridles
Aug 21 : 08:08pm
I give up!

BootsNBridles
Aug 21 : 08:07pm
It's the fluke I have in my phone. If I check in from the phone it posts whatever I last typed. In this case from days and days ago!! Don't know how to make it stop doing it!

Ernest T. Bass
Aug 21 : 07:36pm
Nice rain, gone but not forgotten.

Benny (N6BWX)
Aug 21 : 07:01pm
Hey but we'll take it!

WoolyBear
Aug 21 : 06:55pm
Rain came fast & left just as quickly.

WoolyBear
Aug 21 : 06:31pm
Love the rain.

Benny (N6BWX)
Aug 21 : 06:31pm
You can see the dust here... [Click Here] I put a snapshot up in weather


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