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Join the Big Bear Amateur Radio Club for their annual field day this Saturday and Sunday June 23rd and 24th! Members of the club will be setting up various temporary HAM radio stations to practice the skill of Amateur Radio (and hopefully make a lot of long distance contacts). The public is invited to attend and see what HAM radio is all about. The event will be held at the Bear Mountain Ski Resort Parking Lot.

When: June 23rd-24th
Where: Bear Mountain Ski Resort Parking Lot
Who: You! The public is invited!



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dsrtpsn
Oct 01 : 06:02am
No quakes felt here in Indio

holeinbow
Sep 30 : 09:51pm
anybody watching south park? Hysterically funny pandemic episodes...

holeinbow
Sep 30 : 09:48pm
Hey craig, getting the security certificate thing again...

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Sep 30 : 09:25pm
DstPsn you didn't feel the 4.9 a couple hrs ago?

dsrtpsn
Sep 30 : 09:04pm
So Far as of 9pm. no quakes felt in the Indio area by myself. My cell phone goes off a lot with each new quake, so I am aware of them constantly thou.

doo·hick·ey
Sep 30 : 08:01pm
Should move the forest closed sign again? They just move it back. Haha.
I have a plethora of giant (3-6 footers) granite boulders I could tractor down, if I had an opening dimension and permission. Hehe, too much work.. and none of my business anyway.

Rocks for sale?
"Based on national research, the average costs for landscape boulders are: Average Minimum Cost of Landscaping Boulders: $100 per ton. Average Maximum Cost of Landscaping Boulders: $600 per ton."

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FIRE TYPE UNKNOWN in MOUNTAIN HOME VILLAGE
E99 Has Checked The Area. RP Is Seeing Fire Well Within The El Dorado Burn. E99 Returning To Quarters.
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KrazyKristin
Sep 30 : 07:19pm
Any updates on the Fire Type Unknown near Edison pond? I can't listen to the scanner cause our service is not strong enough right now in FF

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MOUNTAIN HOME VILLAGE 388XX VALLEY OF THE FALLS DR - MTH X ALLEN PEAK ACRD/EDISON INTAKE ACRD
E99 ME228 CALCOM FEDCOM

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USFS: Well continue to evaluate conditions for the possibility of reopening. In the meantime, we appreciate the publics help in keeping their National Forests safe!

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USFS: The San Bernardino National Forest is among the forests remaining closed at this time. We continue to experience very dry vegetation, worsening weather conditions, extreme behavior on recent/current fires and depleted firefighting resources due to activity nearby and up north [Click Here]

Metcalf Man
Sep 30 : 06:10pm
Polar Orbit, both resorts are done for the fall.

Benny ⭐
Sep 30 : 05:50pm
Pretty crazy, nice lil swarm. Over 20 3.0m since 4pm and 3 over 4.0m!

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Sep 30 : 05:46pm
DSTPRSN, according to the USGS the 4.6 below was revised to a 4.9. Did you feel that one? That is getting up there in size...

doo·hick·ey
Sep 30 : 05:44pm
Interesting Benny.
Hang on down there, crazy!


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