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Well, this is strange.pixelfrog wrote:Yes in the legend the red triangles are listed as complex points.
I wonder if the overuse of the Reavis Ranch area led to a general lack of burnable wood for the fire in the area. Perhaps this helped keep the fire at lower intensity for the orchard since it would mostly have been burning grass?LindaAnn wrote:I’m sure this will make a few people happy...
2 hrs · EVAUCATION ALERT:
WOODBURY FIRE ADVISORY - EVACUATION ALERT FOR ROOSEVELT AND ROOSEVELT LAKE AREA RESIDENTS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PUBLIC INFORMATION CONTACT:
Date: June, 20 2019
Time: 1:00 pm
The Gila County Sheriff's Office has announced an evacuation alert for Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake area residents.
All residents are asked to GO at this time:
• Go! Evacuate Now.
• If you are unable to evacuate, call 911.
Residents should leave the area immediately. Be sure to take any medications, pets, family valuables etc. with you, close all windows including window coverings, and leave all doors closed.
A temporary shelter facility has been established for community members and small pets at Lee Kornegay School, 4735 S Ragus Rd., Miami, AZ, 85539. Livestock are being sheltered at the Gila County Fairgrounds. For those who are unable to evacuate livestock, paint phone numbers on animals for future identification before turning them loose.
For shelter and evacuation information please call 928-402-8888
Carl Melford, Gila County Emergency Manager
I learned something new... I'd never heard of it before but sadly, it makes sense if it comes to that.wrote:For those who are unable to evacuate livestock, paint phone numbers on animals for future identification before turning them loose.
If anything does happen to it, I'm glad I took Mrs. big_load and Cousin G. there last year. Mrs. big_load found it very enjoyable, in contrast to my usual death march. She likes water sources and points of historical interest.chumley wrote:Tony's Cabin
U.S. Forest Service-Tonto National Forest Tony Ranch has been wrapped with protective material by our structure protection crews. The Woodbury Fire is approximately 4 miles west of Tony Ranch currently.