Wildfires/Medical Aid

1:30 pm – I love our neighborhood and my neighbors. I haven’t been watching LPNF WildCAD, but a neighbor has. He called me (thank you, very much) to ask me to look out my window to Prewitt to see what was going on and if I could see smoke. I couldn’t. Abandoned campfires are now called in as Wildfires. I would have remained blissfully unaware, being deep into a book to avoid this heat, so thank you, sir. You know who you are. I will continue to pay attention, and if there is any change, I will post it here.

BTW, I count on all my neighbors and friends to let me know about these kinds of things. I am only one person – who doesn’t do heat well, so needs all the help I can get!
This is WildCAD, LPNF:

06/30/2013 12:56 LPF-1931 (New) Medical Aid PREWITT RDG & CG M . BC12LPF E16LPF 4X4 E17LPF PAT19ALPF . . .
06/30/2013 12:39 LPF-1930 (New) Medical Aid Pine Canyon Sta . E43LPF . . .
06/30/2013 12:21 LPF-1929 (New) Wildfire PREWITT RDG & CG M . . . . .
06/30/2013 12:18 LPF-1927 (New) Wildfire Nac/ferg cyn . . . . .

5 thoughts on “Wildfires/Medical Aid

  1. One woman alone in the wilderness Kate. Reminds me of the Texas Ranger story….Riot in Town. Mayor sends out word for help. Ranger rides in. Mayor’s hysterical: Where are the rest of you!! The whole town’s rioting, where’s everybody else???!!
    To which the Texas lawman replies, ‘One riot, one Ranger.’
    You do okay.

  2. LOL! Barbara, you are a riot! One heat wave, one accident, one campfire — one reporter. Okay, I can handle that!

    bigsurkate, on a mountain top in Big Sur

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