These were the 24 hour rain totals as of 8 am this morning. Impressive, but not too high to create a lot of problems. By 11 am, Anderson Peak, an area heavily impacted by the Dolan Fire had the most in the county with 2.24”. I have had/seen no reports on incidents of highway problems, though.
Last week, I was contacted by Joan Costello of Monterey Peninsula Quilters Guild about quilts her group had made for the River Fire, Carmel Fire, and Dolan Fire victims who had lost their homes. I did not have an accurate list of those who lost their homes, but I knew who did. I contacted Patte Kronlund, Secretary of CABS. She jumped right in, contacted Joan and offered her assistance in getting these gorgeous quilts to our Dolan Fire victims. She suggested that the 12 firefighters who lost their home at Nacimiento Station be included, and they were. This is what CABs does best. Thank you, Joan, Patte, and all the quilters. What a great gift. Monterey Peninsula Quilters Guild website is: www.mpqg.org
Patte took and sent me this photo: