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Posted: 09/17/21 12:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

greenno wrote:

Filled out the form and Im in also. Beautiful area up there. Used to go to Mt. Shasta when I was a kid.


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Just a quick update... We have seven campers plus my own that are in the definite or near definite camp of going. With just what we have now it will be a fun crowd but I suspect and hope we will pick some more in the months to come. Looking forward to seeing you all!

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Well... A bit of a complication. The Fawn fire set by an arsonist near Redding burned right through my property today. This video here is of a tanker dropping retardant on the property to the south of mine. The flames you see would have been coming from my property.

https://fb.watch/8cGjA-iF3W/

I spoke to a neighbor this evening, he said it burned pretty hot through the area. Thankfully, my property had been cleared of most of the low brush but there was a good amount of grass on it. He felt the Oak trees probably survived and I'm hoping some of the larger Pines did as well but no telling for now. He said he might try to go take a look tomorrow and give me a report on what he sees.

I had no structures on the property so no loss that won't repair with time. I did have a renter on the property but he boogied out with his trailer before hand thankfully. He did have two cars and tools he left behind but neighbor said the fire department soaked the cars with water and thinks they made it through.

As far as the rally is concerned... assuming the trees survived, I don't see this changing plans for the Jamboree. A little bit of rain and by Spring it hopefully will be nice and green again. If all of the trees got scorched, then I will have to think of a plan B perhaps.

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Scary stuff! I have a brother that lives in that area. He doesn't know for sure if he's lost his house but it doesn't look good. Looking at the fire map, the fire crossed Old Oregon Trail and burned though his property.


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I'm going to think positive. I signed up and expect to be there.


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Hey everyone, just a quick update... I have not been able to get up to the property myself yet but my parents where able to go and take a look. They said all things considering, that it wasn't too bad. Most of the trees looks to have survived. What did burn was mostly already dead or under brush that needed to be eliminated anyway. With a bit of good rain, things should green up again quite nicely in time for our event. Probably won't know entirely how many of the trees will bounce back but I will stay optimistic and hope for the best.

So, for now we will keep our fingers crossed and plan on our Jamboree being a go! I will continue to post updates should anything change in the future.

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Okay, another update... So the good news is, the property looks to have survived well enough. Still not certain what trees will come back but right now with all the rain it looks beautiful. So... What I need to know is at this point, how many people are still a solid committed to go? If you are still in for sure, please post and let me know.

As a reminder, this is a casual 3 day, 2 night meetup. We might on Friday whenever you show up, hangout Saturday and leave on Sunday.

One thing I am considering doing is going to the Chappie - Shasta OHV area about 10 miles from Redding on Sunday after things wrap up. I am involved in a vintage ATV group and looking at trying to meet others for a ride. It might just be me with my 36 year Honda Odyssey FL350 or a handful of others. Anyone attending the Jamboree would be more then welcome to bring their toys and join us (vintage ATV not required). If you are interested in participating in this part on Sunday, please let me know.

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We’re still in [emoticon] !!

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We are still in.......


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Still a go for us.


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