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Webcam shot taken from Fawnskin, Looking Southwest toward the Big Bear Dam. Thank you to Roger (Cammy) and Arlene (Lumber Jill) for providing this live camera! 
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Re: Fawnskin CamMtn.goat John | Mar 15 : 07:49am

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Awesome, but the wires gotta go.

Re: Fawnskin Cambells nana | May 06 : 10:26am
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Registered: Jul 18 : 09:48am
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Love our views in fawnskin

Re: Fawnskin Camarmy police | Dec 12 : 05:25pm
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Re: Fawnskin Cam***SCM ALERT*** | Feb 13 : 05:38pm

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BTW, Great job on the NEW CAM! Much higher RES than the old one. Looking good Roger and R! Thanks for providing this as its a great view!

Re: Fawnskin Cam©ammy | Feb 13 : 07:48pm

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Thanks to Ben for providing the cam! We're just providing the view.

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Jun 28 : 10:09am
Curious why the Manzanita fire has not been listed on InciWeb, but the Mart fire was almost immediately. Manzanita is still active fire, but 25% contained.

Jun 28 : 09:42am
Thanks, JohnM very informative!

Benny (N6BWX)
Jun 28 : 09:38am
Just markers that diffetentiate
Divisions, sections of the fire.

Jun 28 : 09:16am
Thank you franksvalli. Appreciate the prompt and informative response!

Jun 28 : 09:08am
Found a list of fire symbols: [Click Here]

Jun 28 : 09:06am
Does anyone know, perhaps, what the weird parens on the inciweb map designate?
Example: ) (

Jun 28 : 09:04am
so.....just because you do not see smoke, doesn't mean the fire is contained, controlled or out. Sometimes "out" comes with winter storms.

Just Thinkin'
Jun 28 : 08:56am

Jun 28 : 08:55am
Containment is when firefighters on the ground cut fireline down to mineral soil along the edge of the fire (black) how wide? 1 1/2 times the adjacent vegetation. Often on steep rocky terrain, its a slow arduous process.

Benny (N6BWX)
Jun 28 : 08:46am
No, could you explain!

Jun 28 : 08:32am
You know what containment is right?

Jun 28 : 08:10am
Hope so!!!!!

Jun 28 : 07:41am
No smoke as I look across the valley from Redlands. Looking better than 15% containment would imply

Jun 28 : 06:55am
Except for the 15% containment, it seems like the same data as last night...

JGreen (KK6HKT)
Jun 28 : 06:43am
Hey 330 opened at 9:55pm last night
The Mart Fire began around 3:18 PM on June 27th. It is located east of San Bernardino, and north of Highland along Highway 330. The fire is currently 902 acres, with 15 percent containment. There are currently 560 firefighters assigned including: 41 Engines, 5 Water Tenders, 5 Helicopters, 6 Tankers, 2 Air Attacks and 12 Hand-crews, and is being managed under unified command with San Bernardino County Fire and CALFIRE BDU. A Type 2 Incident Management Team has been requested to manage this incident.

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