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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Seamus OReally, Sep 28, 2020.
Be safe! Same goes for everyone else affected by the fires.
Heat advisory here but typical winds through Friday, according to the National Weather Service. As for CBS, I like what Lewis Black has to say:
Winds are dying down in our area, too, and the fire seems to be moving slightly away from Santa Rosa. Maybe we’ll luck out. But we’re ready to roll.
Be safe! Hope all goes well with you and your community.
I'll be having to head up to Ma Lumbergh's again this weekend to tie up loose ends from the last trip. Hopefully things won't be as bad and they'll have a better handle on some of these fires. It was bad...
Stay safe folks, and be ready JIC.
Evacuate early friends .
I wish I could send you some of our chilly, soggy weather.
That would be lovely. Too bad you can't.
Of course, it's been a long summer and I'm looking forward to some cool dampness anyhow, I just hope it comes after I get everything done out at Ma's ranch.
our thoughts are with you...be safe and keep us posted
And we would take it!
The fire seems to have moved mostly south, and the evacuation orders haven't come any closer to our house than they were 24 hours ago, which is a sweet, hopeful sign. We're still here, hunkered down, packed and ready, but it's beginning to look like they won't kick us out this time. Our evacuation area is adjacent to the furthest western edge of the evacuations, so if things changed, we could be out of here in a heartbeat.
I wish you and your community well.
The fires out west are a TERRIBLE tragedy! Please be safe and well. My thoughts for a set of conditions that will end the conflagration.
California and the Pacific northwest are some of the most beautiful places in the world. Been to California quite a few times. Even so, the whole Pacific coast up to and including Alaska are on my bucket list.
Again, be safe.
hope all of those affected stay safe,
prey for rain
I lived in Rincon Valley for about 10 years; been watching the fires closely. Be careful if the wind picks back up.
We’re in Fountaingrove/Cobblestone, just over the ridge to the south of Rincon Valley, in an old addition off Chanate Road called Lomita Heights. And we’re still packed and ready to go in 15 minutes.
Seamus said...We’re in Fountaingrove/Cobblestone, just over the ridge to the south of Rincon Valley, in an old addition off Chanate Road called Lomita Heights. And we’re still packed and ready to go in 15 minutes.
My Mom is only about 2 miles from you. She's down off of Brush Creek by HWY 12. Scary times. All the best and stay safe.
It look quite scary up there, north of the bay area. I hope that you and your family are safe, and escape any catastrophic injury to self and property.