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April 2024 Journal

Monday April 1: Hubby finally got a seven-letter word and beat my score with QUANTIFY:

April 2: Gazebo, shower tent and cot back up...but noted AFTER I put it up---HIGH WIND week...sigh...roped it and staked it better. Repositioned surveillance cameras too to catch every inch of the property and alert me on the air vehicles over my land flying under the radar very low this week over my home and this area...aka red helicopter.


another surveillance view to the land:

the gazebo is back up but different to place certain spots on surveillance cams.


views of the cam shots:

quite unwell:

I won :)

LOCAL PRESCRIBED BURN ALERT: Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024 at 7:28 PM Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024 at 7:28 PM alerted main person to share to locals. BLM plans prescribed burns near Yarnell in Yavapai County | Bureau of Land Management

April 3:













AZPHD-146 Prescribed Fire 34.201833, -112.751167 2104 - BLM Other: LLAZP00000.LF312D0
























Depends on wind? Not necessarily --- remember we have the big box theories folks out there.










Agencies to follow before and during a wildfire

Yavapai County Emergency Management:  https://www.facebook.com/YCOEM  or  https://www.yavapaiaz.gov/publicworks/emergency-management  (for those who don't have a Facebook account)

Yavapai County Sheriff's Office:  https://www.facebook.com/YavapaiCountySheriff 

Prescott National Forest:  https://www.facebook.com/PrescottNF 

Department of Forestry and Fire Management:  https://www.facebook.com/arizonastateforestry/ 

Arizona Interagency Wildfire Prevention:  https://wildlandfire.az.gov/   

Yavapai County

Fire Restrictions:


  Stage 1 Restrictions:

  1. Occurs in coordination with other governmental entities operating in Yavapai County, to include United States Forest Service (all forest lands inside and bordering Yavapai County), Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, Bureau of Land Management, Yavapai County Fire Districts, and the tribal partners, (Bureau of Indian Affairs, Yavapai-Apache Tribe, and Prescott Indian Tribe); when there is an increasing fire danger and/or increasing preparedness level, and the risks of keeping forest land open to all activities begins to be outweighed by the risks inherent in doing so.

Stage 1 imposes restrictions aimed at preventing the start of wildfires caused by human activities that are known to be high fire risks, specifically smoking and campfires.

  2. Prohibited Acts Under Stage 1 Restrictions:

  a. Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire or campfire except within a developed recreation site, or improved site.

b. Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site, or while stopped in an outdoor area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable materials.

c. Operating or using any equipment with an internal or external combustion engine without a spark arresting device properly installed, maintained and in effective working order meeting either the USDA Forest Service Standard 5100-1a (as amended), or appropriate Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) recommended practice J335(b) and J350(a) (36 CFR 261.52 (j)).

  Stage 2 Restrictions:

  1. This stage intensifies the restrictions currently in effect in Stage 1 by focusing on activities that have a relatively high risk of causing a fire start.

2. The following acts are prohibited, in addition to the restrictions of Stage 1:

a. Discharging or using any kind of firework or other pyrotechnic device when prohibited by the Permitted Fireworks section above VIII(A).

b. Using an explosive.

c. Operating a chainsaw or other equipment powered by an internal combustion engine between the hours of 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.

d. Welding or operating an acetylene or other torch with open flame.

e. Possession or use a motor vehicle off of Forest System Roads except when parking in an area devoid of vegetation within 10 feet of the roadway; and except for parking overnight in a developed campground and or trailheads.

  Outdoor Fire Ban

  1. All outdoor burning is prohibited, to include, combustion, open fire, campfire, and fireworks, subject to the Permitted Fireworks section VIII(A) above, other than as follows:

  a. Persons with a written permit or variance that specifically authorizes the otherwise prohibited act.

b. Any Federal, State, or Local officer or member of an organized rescue or firefighting force in the performance of an official duty

 










2603 BLM SUPER DUTY Ford Truck Public Record Request made.








HELLO- here is a joke if I saw one---this is over a year old:


let me go look it up after the documenting of the RX Pile Fire.






John won:



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