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Hi all. So ask yourself, do you really feel prepared to deal with the aftermath of a major earthquake? What would you do if your water system was severely compromised and unusable? Do you know how to shut off the gas to your house? What if your house was shifted off its foundation and not safe to enter? Do you have a plan? What about your family?

This isn't a fantasy scenario, it's what I just spent the last 16 days responding to and dealing with in Trona. It can happen again and it could happen here.

You are invited to learn more about disaster preparedness and how to help yourself, your neighbors and your community through Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training by visiting Ready.gov [Click Here].

For more information, contact the Big Bear CERT Coordinator Eric Steele at eric©ericsteele.net or Big Bear CERT Fire Liaison Nick Bruinsma at nbruinsma©bigbearfire.org. You can also contact the County Fire OES CERT Coordinator John Ferdon at john.ferdon©oes.sbcounty.gov.
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Hey Benny- how many years are included in getting our seasonal averages?

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Dec 13 : 08:06pm
I might ski on the 21st. Hoping for some snow. Maybe BB will beat the 80 inch total from last year.

Elkster
Dec 13 : 07:53pm
There are times and locations for branch drop off lake gregory 12/21 from 9 to 3. And 12/28. other places have other dates and times and there is curb side pickup when you reguest a pickup on other dates lookup cal fire wood chipping and SBCoFD good luck

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Elkster, fireplace?

Benny ⭐
Dec 13 : 07:23pm
Considering we're almost halfway to our seasonal average for snowfall and it's not even winter yet, I'd say we're doing ok. There will be more storms, probably just an inch tomorrow night if that. We could get at least a few more inches later next week then possible a bigger storm around Christmas Eve/Christmas Day. So we're headed back into a wet pattern through the 1st of the year!

Elkster
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What are we to do with all these branches that have fallen over all our properties?

Elkster
Dec 13 : 06:59pm
Is there a service to pick up the fallen branches from the back yard for free. That being said I would bring the branches to the front of the house for pickup.

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I’m with you Quakes! We need a break!

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Bear is open daily now.

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Dec 13 : 05:33pm
I just wish 3-4 inches was falling tomorrow night rather than a quarter inch.

Airport Razz
Dec 13 : 05:29pm
Was not aware that illegal sewer hookups were a problem. I would think one of such a mind set would just dig a hole in the back yard for a black water pit.

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@PasadenaCarter, I think this last storm was enough for now. Plus we had a lot of rain last week. I hope the next system of snow will go easier on us.

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Dec 13 : 05:13pm
Very carefully Ben, very carefully



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