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Cinderella
Sep 21 : 04:18pm
Is the Octoberfest at the convention Center ?

Craig (KJ6BCM)
Sep 21 : 01:25pm
Mike, hoping so...

***SCM ALERT***
Sep 21 : 11:47am

TYPE: TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
AREA: FAWNSKIN
UNITS: ME96 E97 MA282
034XX540 XX16 5315 - FAW EAST BOAT RAMP X LAT/LON:34261244 /116887764

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solargardens
Sep 21 : 08:54am
We are in Mendocino and the AM news is talking about maybe getting some good rain on Wed.

Benny (N6BWX)
Sep 20 : 11:32pm
The good news is NoCal may see some decent rain towards next weekend as our first little fall storm hits, though not expecting any precip down there.

***SCM ALERT***
Sep 20 : 09:04pm

TYPE: TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
AREA: BIG BEAR LAKE
UNITS: MA281 MT281
LAKEVIEW DR / GLEN RD - BBLC X LAT/LON:34245566 /116924991

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SilentSky
Sep 20 : 09:00pm
Our larger gravel is more in the 1 1/2" range, same as our neighbors, and it's a pain to deal with. And you definitely do not want to have a load of fire wood dumped upon it!!!

ND
Sep 20 : 08:35pm
Thank you all for the input - definitely gave me some piece of mind!

***SCM ALERT***
Sep 20 : 08:35pm

TYPE: TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
AREA: BIG BEAR LAKE
UNITS: MA281 MT281
BIG BEAR BLVD / THRUSH DR - BBLC X LAT/LON:34243400 /116892259

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Lumbe® Jill
Sep 20 : 08:16pm
I have no trouble raking the pine needles off our 3/4" gravel using a metal leaf rake

SilentSky
Sep 20 : 07:45pm
ND - If you are starting fresh, get small, pea gravel. That's what we mostly have, my husband can rake up the pine needles, where as in the area with the larger gravel, he has to use a blower.

ND
Sep 20 : 07:25pm
Campingmom -- I am considering that, just wondering if anyone has any brilliant ideas. My wife and I are likely going to put some gravel in the backyard, and we have a lot of pine needles going on back there, just want to make sure I can at least get the majority of them up before we take the plunge and order 6 tons of gravel haha I think a blower so far is a pretty strong contender.

RetiredRedHat
Sep 20 : 04:35pm
Good fire info at
[Click Here](Q-amp-D)/page54


Mtn.goat John
Sep 20 : 04:28pm
Thanks RRH. I was checking a few cams here earlier to see what I could see. Good catch on Heavenly.
[Click Here]

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Sep 20 : 04:24pm
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