Photo essay by Brendon Shave. Fire moving south east, away from us.
Noon: view from my property:
2:45 pm — AA12 puts all four tankers on load & hold at Paso airport.
Here are the campers who were camped where fire started. You can see their campfire. They were both naked when B drove by this am.
11:45 am — This is one heck of a lot of equipment being sent. Taking no chances!!! Plus, we have air attack and tanker. But in addition to all this, FHL just sent a water tender an a brush rig, and Big Sur Fire, and tons of Cal Fire are heading south on Highway One. I feel my place is more than well protected!!
|03/2020 10:55||LPF-1245||PLASKETT||Wildfire||Plaskett Ridge Rd, 4 miles from Hwy 1||.||BC34LPF BC42LPF CRW1LPF CRW3LPF CRW528LPF DIV1LPF DOZ3LPF DOZ4LPF E18LPF E315LPF4X4 E316LPF4X4 E335LPF E337LPF E338LPF4X4 E346LPF E347LPF4X4 E51LPF E74LPF HEL527LPF PAT17ALPF PAT18LPF Q WT5LPF||.||.||3- 5||35 56.112, -121 25.854||23S R5E Sec 16||.|
11:30 am — LP just advised that AA and T75 are enroute to fire on the LP in Monterey District. Also informed it was a vehicle accident. Unfortunately, I am not home, but in Monterey. I may have to drive back.
11 am — About a mile and a 1/2 mile below my gate. Big Sur Fire on way 3-5 acres PV Station as well as Nacimiento Station on way. Texted B and asked him to get home. I am in contact with Kinnick and USFS, so I am fine.