Posted On:10/23/2007 1:11pm
everyone out there safe? most of my relatives are in San Diego county and so far they are all doing fine.
they had to evac. my Grandma from San Marcos on Sunday but they were going back last night. my aunt and uncle in La Costa said the air was really bad and that half their neighborhood was voluntarily evacuating to a nearby mall. my uncle was staying put as of last night and said that the fires were not predicted to move in that direction (La Costa)
hope everyone is safe!!
 you guys makin' smores?
Last edited by kismasher; 10/23/2007 1:15pm at .
Reason: added question
Posted On:10/23/2007 2:12pm
I'm fine. My folks had to evac, but their house hasn't burned down, and my brother in San Diego is doing well as well.
You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
Posted On:10/23/2007 6:51pm
Style: BJJ, Wrestling
i can see smopke and junk from work, but i live in the concrete jungle.. we dont even have trees or grass, no fire danger here!
Posted On:10/23/2007 7:13pm
I live near Downtown Los Angeles, so thankfully I'm ok. Every fire season my uncle is almost always in the thick of things living in Porter Ranch.
I go to school at Cal Poly Pomona and it's raining ash and the sky is brown all the time... sucks going outside to do surveying.
Posted On:10/23/2007 7:19pm
My folks and in-laws are on evac alert, but so far the fire has stayed away.
The air is full of ash, hot as hell, and nasty to breath. Yesterday we had rolling blackouts, and one of my co-workers got stuck at Qualcom Stadium.
This is nasty stuff.
"San Diego is PERFECT! You guys don't have snow, rain, tornadoes, or anything bad happen at all!"
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Posted On:10/23/2007 7:21pm
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
I'm doing okay, but I spent some time last night watching a fire burn a mountain in the distance. My girlfriend is on lockdown in the dorms at SDSU since she's an RA and has to be there for moral support, so I've been spending lots of time over there. I know a few people down south in Chula Vista that I haven't heard from yet, and I'm kind of worried about them.
Posted On:10/23/2007 8:37pm
Style: Hillbilly Judo
It was an intense 24 hours in Chula Vista but it looks like the worst is over. The evac was lifted around 4 pm. Didn't sleep much last night knowing there was a raging inferno down the street from my place. The winds are starting to die down so hopefully this is over by the end of the week. What a nightmare
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