#Tinderfire Updates Saturday 5/5/2018

May 1st, 2018 at 9:31 AM

Saturday 5/5/2018 10:24 AM

Firefighters continue to patrol, mop-up, and secure the fireline.

Tinder Fire – May 5, 2018 Morning Update 

Acres: 16,303 acres (based on infrared mapping)             Containment:66%

Start Date:April 27, 2018                                                                    Cause: Abandoned Illegal Campfire

Origin Location: 1.5 mi NE of Blue Ridge Reservoir             Jurisdiction:Coconino National Forest

Fuels:Timber (grass and understory)                                          Structures Lost:33 primary residences, 54 minor structures

Resources: 470 personnel including 9 crews, 4 helicopters, 28 engines, 6 dozers, 2 water tenders, and other support personnel

Yesterday the evacuation order for the Blue Ridge communities was lifted and residents returned to their properties.For additional information call the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office at 928-213-2990 or 928-679-8393.

Highway 87 was reopened yesterday. Visit https://twitter.com/ArizonaDOTor call 511 for current status.

Unauthorized use of unmanned aircraft (also known as “drones”) in a fire area endangers the lives of pilots and firefighters.Never fly unmanned aircraft over or near a wildfire. If you fly, someone could die! Visit https://www.nifc.gov/drones/index.htmlfor more information on drones and wildfires.

Creeping and smoldering will be the most common fire activity around the fire today. Fire may burn more activity in areas of unburned fuels within the fire’s perimeter. Heavy fuels, like logs, continue to hold heat. The remaining hot spots within the fire’s perimeter still have the potential to spread as the warmer, drier conditions continue over the next few days.

There will be some increased smoke today as yesterday’s burnout operation continues to consume unburned fuels within the fire’s perimeter. Smoke will move toward the northwest during the day. There will be moderate smoke impacts to the Blue Ridge Communities. Air quality updates will be posted to websites below.

Following yesterday’s burnout operations on the northeast corner of the fire, firefighters will patrol, mop-up, and further secure the line. Otherwise around the fire, firefighters continue to patrol, mop-up, and do suppression repair to help minimize impacts on the landscape and minimize the potential for soil erosion.

Firefighters continue efforts to fully suppress the fire where they can do so safely and effectively.Objectives include ensuring emergency responder and public safety, protecting structures, facilities and infrastructure in local communities including Starlight Pines 1 & 2, Tamarron Pines Phase 1-5, Blue Ridge Estates Units 1 & 2, Mogollon Range Unit 1 & 2, Clear Creek Pines 8 & 9, Moqui Ranchettes and Ponderosa Pines, and Camp Colley, protecting sensitive natural and cultural resources, and minimizing prolonged smoke impacts.

AMERICAN RED CROSS SEEKS TO HELP THOSE AFFECTED BY THE TINDER FIRE WITH ROCOVERY ASSISTANCE

  Flagstaff, AZ (May 4nd, 2018) –  The Northern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross will be joining a number of state, county and local agencies and organizations at an Individual Assistance Service Center (IASC) and is urging those affected by the Tinder Fire to contact the Red Cross at 800-842-7349 or visit the IASC to open a case.

The Individual Assistance Center will be located at 5023 Enchanted Gardens Lane in Happy Jack and will be open from 10:00am to 5:00pm.

Caseworkers trained in disaster recovery will be available at the IASC to provide assistance to those in need.  Community as well as government partners will be represented at the IASC providing Spiritual Care, Disaster Mental Health, clean-up and recovery services.

Emergency supplies including clean-up kits (general household clean-up supplies), Comfort kits (basic personal hygiene supplies), and snacks will be distributed to clients at the IASC and through mobile distribution once those evacuated are able to safely return home.

The Red Cross Shelter located at the Twin Arrows Casino Resort (22181 Resort Blvd.,Flagstaff, AZ 86004) is accepting anyone that has been evacuated from the fire area and needs a place to stay.  The Red Cross and participating partners, The Salvation Army and the Coconino Humane Association will continue to staff the shelter and provide assistance as long as there is a need in the community.

Thursday 5/3 9:05 A.M.

Limited Fire Activity Today Gives Firefighters a Chance to Help Secure Critical Areas 

Acres: Estimated 12,286 acres                                                      Containment:12%

Start Date:April 27, 2018                                                                    Cause: Abandoned Illegal Campfire

Origin Location: 1.5 mi NE of Blue Ridge Reservoir             Jurisdiction:Coconino National Forest

Fuels:Timber (grass and understory)                                          Structures Lost:30 primary residences, 17 minor structures

Resources: 625 personnel including 14 crews, 7 helicopters, 44 engines, 7 dozers, 13 water tenders, and other support personnel

Snow and rain over the fire area yesterday significantly helped limit fire activity. Heavy fuels, like logs, continue to smolder and hold heat.  As warmer, drier conditions return over the next few days, remaining heat within the fire’s perimeter still has the potential to spread.

Firefighters are focusing on securing critical areas of the fire.Construction of both hand line and dozer line is planned today in the northeast corner of the fire across the Clear Creek drainage. Firing operations to further secure unburned interior islands within the fire perimeter is being planned as conditions allow in the next few days. Firefighters also continue to secure line and do suppression repair on other areas of the fire to help minimize impacts on the landscape and minimize the potential for soil erosion. Demobilization of some resources will begin today as the incident begins to right-size for the control and suppression repair work remaining to be accomplished.

The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office evacuation for all Blue Ridge Tinder Fire affected communities north, east and west of Hwy 87 remains in effect. The evacuation will remain in effect until all fire related hazards have been mitigated. Safety is our main priority. Coconino County isplanning for re-entry of evacuated residents. For evacuation, structure and re-entry information call the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office at 928-213-2990 or 928-679-8393. APS has restored power to all customers affected by the fire in Blue Ridge area.

Highway 87 closures are in effect in the fire area. Visit https://twitter.com/ArizonaDOTor call 511 for current status.

Firefighters continue efforts to fully suppress the fire where they can do so safely and effectively.Objectives include ensuring emergency responder and public safety, protecting structures, facilities and infrastructure in local communities including Starlight Pines 1 & 2, Tamarron Pines Phase 1-5, Blue Ridge Estates Units 1 & 2, Mogollon Range Unit 1 & 2, Clear Creek Pines 8 & 9, Moqui Ranchettes and Ponderosa Pines, and Camp Colley, protecting sensitive natural and cultural resources, and minimizing prolonged smoke impacts.

Firefighters have begun suppression repair in the area of the fire affected Blue Ridge communities to facilitate Coconino County’s re-entry plan for those communities.

Smoke impacts in Winslow and Holbrook should be low today. Air quality updates will be posted to websites below.

Wednesday 5/2 9:33 P.M.

Precipitation Dampens Fire Activity 

Acres: Estimated 12,286 acres                                                      Containment:12%

Start Date:April 27, 2018                                                                    Cause: Abandoned Illegal Campfire

Origin Location: 1.5 mi NE of Blue Ridge Reservoir             Jurisdiction:Coconino National Forest

Fuels:Timber (grass and understory)

Resources: 648 personnel including 14 crews, 7 helicopters, 43 engines, 7 dozers, 17 watertenders, and other support personnel.

Today’s rain and snow minimized fire activity.Crews took advantage of the weather to strengthen fire lines.

Tonight, engines and crews will continue to mop up and patrol.

The current weather system has passed by the fire area and warm weather will return in the coming days. By this weekend, fuels in the fire area will be available to burn.

Weather forecasts over the fire area call for clear skies in the morning with increasing clouds and a 30% probability of precipitation later in the day. Winds will be light and humidity levels will be in the 40 to 50% range. A high-pressure system will begin forming and will move into the area by Saturday or Sunday, increasing temperatures and reducing humidity levels back into the teens.

The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office evacuation for all Blue Ridge Tinder Fire affected communities north, east and west of Hwy 87 remains in effect. The evacuation will remain in effect until firefighters are able to contain the west and north flanks of the fire and are confident there is no longer a threat to communities. Safety is our main priority.For evacuation, structure and re-entry information call the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office at 928-213-2990 or 928-679-8393.

Highway 87 closures are in effect in the fire area. Visit https://twitter.com/ArizonaDOTor call 511 for current status.

Firefighters continue efforts to fully suppress the fire where they can do so safely and effectively.Objectives include ensuring emergency responder and public safety, protecting structures, facilities and infrastructure in local communities including Starlight Pines 1 & 2, Tamarron Pines Phase 1-5, Blue Ridge Estates Units 1 & 2, Mogollon Range Unit 1 & 2, Clear Creek Pines 8 & 9, Moqui Ranchettes and Ponderosa Pines, and Camp Colley, protecting sensitive natural and cultural resources, and minimizing prolonged smoke impacts.

Smoke impacts in Winslow and Holbrook should be low tomorrow. Air quality updates will be posted to websites listed below.

Wednesday 5/2 10:21 A.M.

Zero Percent Containment does not equal Zero Percent Progress

Tinder Fire – May 2, 2018 Morning Update 

Acres: Estimated 11,423 acres                 Containment:0%

Start Date:April 27, 2018                                                             Cause: Unknown, under investigation

Origin Location: 1.5 mi NE of Blue Ridge Reservoir                  Jurisdiction:Coconino National Forest

Fuels:Timber (grass and understory)

Resources: 695 personnel including 15 crews, 7 helicopters, 46 engines, 7 dozers, 16 watertenders, and other support personnel.

Fire Crews made substantial progress in suppression and control of the Tinder Fire on Tuesday and aided by current weather conditions, look forward to another highly productive day on Wednesday.  

From the southernmost point of the fire near Lockwood Spring, up the western flank to just below Moqui Draw,crews continued to strengthen existing containment lines. The light snow and rain raised relative humidity levels, which in turn diminished fire behavior, which allowed firefighters to mop up further into the burn area, extinguishing heat sources, and moving charred heavy fuels further away from the perimeter. These measures are meant to ensure that nothing along the line can reignite or escape containment.

In the Starlight Ranchettes, Clear Creek Pines Units 8 and 9, Ponderosa Pines and north to Mogollon Ranchettes subdivisions structure protection engines and hand crews worked around homes seeking out concealed heat sources and extinguishing anything that might pose further risk to structures. Five separate utility contractors were testing propane systems and removing damaged propane tanks, while crews from Arizona Public Service Company continued to replace damaged power poles and work to mitigate hazards so that compromised electrical lines can be safely restored. APS power customers affected by the fire are invited to call APS’s dedicated line at 602-371-3696.

From Lockwood Spring at the south end of the fire, along the west flank, approximately seven miles north,fire crews burned off existing Forest Service roads to create continuous containment lines. Today’s objective is to carry this new containment line north to Mogollon Ranchettes.

Fire crews working with the support of Type 1 heavy helicopters built containment line entirely around the spot fire that had been reported near Leonard Canyon on Tuesday. They were able to hold the spot at approximately 5 acres. As conditions allow, helicopters will continue with water drops to suppress remaining heat.

Cooperators are finalizing damage assessments and Coconino County will begin notifying residents who lost structures. 

Weather forecasts over the fire area call for a high probability of wetting moisture through the day and into the evening. Winds will be light and humidity levels will be in the 40 to 50% range. These improved conditions are expected to aid firefighting efforts significantly.

The Coconino County Call Center has added an additional number for Blue Ridge evacuated residents. Contact 928-213-2990 or 928-679-8393. Evacuated residents are encouraged to call and provide the County with your contact info. This is the best way for them to directly communicate with evacuated residents on any assessment or reentry information when the time comes. Visit https://www.facebook.com/CoconinoCountyfor details.

The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office evacuation for all Blue Ridge Tinder Fire affected communities north, east and west of Hwy 87 remains in effect. The evacuation will remain in effect until firefighters are able to contain the west and north flanks of the fire and are confident there is no longer a threat to communities. Safety is our main priority.

Highway 87 closures are in effect in the fire area.  Visit https://twitter.com/ArizonaDOTor call 511 for current status.

Firefighters continue efforts to fully suppress the fire where they can do so safely and effectively.Objectives include ensuring emergency responder and public safety, protecting structures, facilities and infrastructure in local communities including Starlight Pines 1 & 2, Tamarron Pines Phase 1-5, Blue Ridge Estates Units 1 & 2, Mogollon Range Unit 1 & 2, Clear Creek Pines 8 & 9, Moqui Ranchettes and Ponderosa Pines, and Camp Colley, protecting sensitive natural and cultural resources, and minimizing prolonged smoke impacts.

Details on the time and location for the next community meeting will be announced as soon as they are available.  

Smoke impacts in Winslow and Holbrook should be low today.  Air quality updates will be posted to websites listed below.

Tuesday 8:10 P.M

Despite high winds, firefighters continue to make progress; anticipate wetting moisture tonight

 Acres: Estimated 11,423 acres                 Containment:0%

Start Date:April 27, 2018                                                             Cause: Unknown, under investigation

Origin Location: 1.5 mi NE of Blue Ridge Reservoir                  Jurisdiction:Coconino National Forest

Fuels:Timber (grass and understory)

Resources: 695 personnel including 15 crews, 7 helicopters, 46 engines, 7 dozers, 16 watertenders,  and other support personnel.

Firefighters focused today on the north and northwest portions of the fire, strengthening lines on the west flank, and continuing to patrol and mop-up the south perimeter. Despite day long, heavy, erratic winds, they succeeded in strengthening lines on those flanks of the fire and mopped up hot spots near the perimeter.

On the eastern portion of the fire, fire managers scouted terrain features and established an eastern perimeter along the 137B road. Mid-day, the wind pushed a spot fire into Leonard Canyon on the NE flank where firefighters focused heavy type 1 helicopters to confine that spot fire to 2 to 5 acres. They will work tomorrow to improve those control lines and may possibly conduct burnout operations between control lines and the main body of the fire.

Structure protection engines and crews patrolled, identified, and extinguished any hot spots within the private property holdings at Clear Creek Pines and Tamarron Pines.

Tonight 3 structure protection crews and 6 engines will continue to patrol private property in the Starlite Ranchettes, Clear Creek Pines, and Tamarron Pines subdivisions. They are tasked with mop up and patrol within the wildland urban interface areas. They will focus on identifying and mitigating sources of heat in those areas.

Cooperators are finalizing damage assessments and Coconino County will begin notifying residents who lost structures. Today APS continued to assessed damage and is mobilizing resources for restoration where, and when, it is safe to do so. APS power customers affected by the fire are invited to call their dedicated line at 602-371-3696.

Weather forecasts over the fire area call for high probability of wetting moisture tonight and into tomorrow with calmer winds and higher humidity. These improved conditions are expected to aid fire fighting efforts significantly.

The Coconino County Call Center has added an additional number for Blue Ridge evacuated residents. Contact 928-213-2990 or 928-679-8393. Evacuated residents are encouraged to call and provide the County with your contact info. This is the best way for them to directly communicate with evacuated residents on any assessment or reentry information when the time comes. Visit https://www.facebook.com/CoconinoCountyfor details.

The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office evacuation for all Blue Ridge Tinder Fire affected communities north, east and west of Hwy 87 remains in effect. The evacuation will remain in effect until firefighters are able to contain the west and north flanks of the fire and are confident there is no longer a threat to communities. Safety is our main priority.

Highway 87 closures are in effect in the fire area. Visit https://twitter.com/ArizonaDOTor call 511 for current status.

Firefighters continue efforts to fully suppress the fire where they can do so safely and effectively.Objectives include ensuring emergency responder and public safety, protecting structures, facilities and infrastructure in local communities including Starlight Pines 1 & 2, Tamarron Pines Phase 1-5, Blue Ridge Estates Units 1 & 2, Mogollon Range Unit 1 & 2, Clear Creek Pines 8 & 9, Moqui Ranchettes and Ponderosa Pines, and Camp Colley, protecting sensitive natural and cultural resources, and minimizing prolonged smoke impacts.

TUESDAY 4:13 P.M.

Forest Service investigators were able to access the point of origin of the Tinder Fire and have found the cause to be an abandoned illegal campfire during Stage I Fire Restrictions.

The fire was reported by the Moqui Tower lookout on April 27 at 11:43 a.m. and began near Forest Road 95, approximately 1.5 miles east of C.C. Cragin Reservoir. It quickly spread to the bottom of East Clear Creek Canyon, and strong southwest winds drove the fire in a northeast direction up the canyon and towards private property and residents located about 3 miles away.

“Any time we enter restrictions or have even closed the forest, we still continue to find abandoned and illegal campfires,” said Andy Pederson, Forest Service patrol captain for northern Arizona. “This shows extreme lack of care for public safety and our natural resources when people would have an illegal campfire, much less abandon an illegal campfire.”

Finding the person responsible for this illegal campfire will be difficult, as witnesses in the forest are often nonexistent, but Forest Service Law Enforcement & Investigations are continuing to investigate this case and are hopeful for progress.

If anyone was in the area of Forest Road 95 near the origin of the Tinder Fire on April 27 and has information that could help this investigation, please contact Forest Service Law Enforcement at (928) 527-3511.

The Tinder Fire is currently over 11,400 acres with zero percent containment and more than 550 personnel working to control and extinguish the wildfire.

TUESDAY 4:00 P.M. 

Board of Supervisors hold Tinder Fire planning meeting

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The Coconino County Board of Supervisors will be holding an emergency Tinder Fire recovery and re-entry planning meeting today at 3:30 p.m. in the Board Chambers at 219 E. Cherry Ave. Flagstaff, Ariz.

The Board is discussing the logistics, communications and plans to ensure evacuated residents of Blue Ridge neighborhoods can re-enter safely when the evacuation order is rescinded. No timeframe has been identified for initiating a staged re-entry process. A staged re-entry process provides for greater public safety and supports the residents with receiving important information that supports their re-entry and community recovery efforts.

Evacuated residents of the Blue Ridge area are strongly encouraged to call the Coconino Call Center at 928.213.2990 and provide their contact information. This is the best way for the County to directly communicate with people on any assessment or re-entry information. Without contact info, the County will not be able communicate specific, individual information directly to those affected individuals.

Damage assessments are underway now so that loss of homes can be communicated to those affected. The County is working with APS, propane suppliers and others to address existing hazardous conditions so that a safe staged re-entry process can be implemented.

WHAT: Board of Supervisors Tinder Fire recovery and re-entry planning meeting

WHEN: 3:30 p.m. May 1, 2018 

WHERE:  Board of Supervisors Chambers – 219 E. Cherry Ave. Flagstaff, Ariz. 86001 and streaming live at coconino.az.gov or facebook.com/coconinocounty.

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Tuesday 9:00 A.M. 

 Firefighters Will Continue to Build on Yesterday’s Good Progress

#TinderFire – May 1, 2018 Morning Update

Acres: estimated 11,420 acres (based on infrared data) Containment: 0%
Start Date: April 27, 2018
Cause: Unknown, under investigation
Origin Location: 1.5 mi NE of Blue Ridge Reservoir Jurisdiction: Coconino National Forest
Fuels: Timber (grass and understory)
Resources: 559 personnel including 15 crews, 6 helicopters, 40 engines, 3 dozers, 10 watertenders and overhead

Increased cloud cover yesterday shaded fuels and helped limit fire spread. No additional fire growth occurred within local subdivisions or on the north end, where there’s a transition to pinyon/juniper vegetation. The east flank was the most active because of continuous heavy fuels.

Yesterday firefighters continued to provide structure protection and began mop up in the communities to help ensure all heat in the area is extinguished. Crews also conducted burnout operations to help limit the fire’s spread to the south. Four heavy helicopters dropped water throughout the day to support firefighters on the ground.

An approaching storm system will result in strong and gusty winds into this evening. Fire behavior will be reduced because of cloud cover and higher humidity. The chance of precipitation begins to increase over the next few days.

Today firefighters will focus on structure protection in the north and northwest, strengthening lines on the west flank, securing lines on the east flank, and continuing to patrol and mop-up the south end.

Cooperators are finalizing damage assessments and Coconino County will begin notifying residents who lost structures. Yesterday APS assessed damage and is mobilizing resources for restoration where safe to do so. APS power customers affected by the fire are invited to call their dedicated line at 602-371-3696.

The Coconino County Call Center has added an additional number for Blue Ridge evacuated residents. Contact 928-213-2990 or 928-679-8393. Evacuated residents are encouraged to call and provide the County with your contact info. This is the best way for them to directly communicate with evacuated residents on any assessment or reentry information when the time comes. Visit https://www.facebook.com/CoconinoCounty for details.

The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office evacuation for all Blue Ridge Tinder Fire affected communities north, east and west of Hwy 87 remains in effect. The evacuation will remain in effect until firefighters are able to contain the west and north flanks of the fire and are confident there is no longer a threat to communities. Safety is our main priority.

Highway 87 closures are in effect in the fire area. Visit https://twitter.com/ArizonaDOT or call 511 for current status.

Firefighters will continue efforts to fully suppress the fire where they can do so safely and effectively. Objectives include ensuring emergency responder and public safety, protecting structures, facilities and infrastructure in local communities including Starlight Pines 1 & 2, Tamarron Pines Phase 1-5, Blue Ridge Estates Units 1 & 2, Mogollon Range Unit 1 & 2, Clear Creek Pines 8 & 9, Moqui Ranchettes and Ponderosa Pines, and Camp Colley, protecting sensitive natural and cultural resources, and minimizing prolonged smoke impacts.

Details on the time and location for the next community meeting will be announced as soon as they are available.
Smoke impacts in Winslow and Holbrook will continue. Air quality updates will be posted to websites listed below.

Tinder Fire Information: (928) 792-1666 (public) (605) 351-7914 (media) or tinderfireinfo@gmail.com

Coconino County Evacuation/Structure/Re-entry Info: (928) 213-2990 or (928)-679-8393

Monday 5:55 P.M. Tinder Fire evacuation update

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Evacuations and road closures in the Tinder Fire area remain in effect. As this is still a very dynamic situation, there is no estimated timeline for when closures will be lifted. Residents of the evacuated areas should call the County Call Center at 928-679-8393 for recovery and evacuation information. Evacuation notices went out via the Coconino County Emergency Notification System, door-to-door contacts and vehicle loud speaker notification through Sunday, April 29. It’s estimated that 600 people evacuated from the estimated 1,000 homes in the area.

As of Sunday night, at least seven people checked into the Evacuation Reception Center at Twin Arrows Casino. Approximately 20 people refused to evacuate from their homes. The County Sheriff’s Office and public safety partners continue to provide security in evacuated areas. The Sheriff thanks residents for their cooperation and patience.

As County officials begin damage assessments of the area, information will be shared with residents as it becomes available.

 

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25 thoughts on “#Tinderfire Updates Saturday 5/5/2018

  1. Needs decades in prison and HUGE fines. This is not a broken window, it is people’s homes they work a lifetime to have. Stupidity and self centeredness is NO excuse.

  2. The charge for this BS needs to be changed to Attempted Mass Murder, and if anyone dies because of their recklessness/stupidity, the charge needs to be Murder. Stop it with this “Arson” charge, it’s attempted mass murder

  3. I mean, it has worked in the past. Closing the forest is the usual thing when it is this dry for a long period. It is a lot easier to find 1 asshole in a closed forest than 10,000 random folks in an open forest. Yea gates don’t do a whole lot, but good samaritans that give a fuck about the wilderness around them can mean saving something over losing it.

  4. Gates never stopped anyone from doing these types of things… Just like how Trump’s wall isn’t going to help much, that gate will not help much… But at least it may stop a few rides an people…

  5. Dammit! Campers need to be responsible and “wait it out til the fires out”. Then pour water to extinguish any chance of it catching fire again. Just sad when we lose our forest in this way. So many people evacuated and so many animals displaced. Hope we get to the bottom of who caused this terrible fire.

  6. Close it down and jail anyone caught trespassing and slap them with 2-5,000 in fines. Don’t want to see this place burned to the ground.

  7. Your welcome. Let us know if there is anything you guys end up needing since we are a little closer than you. I am praying the cabin gets spared, it is so sad to see that most of the walk we took only a few weeks ago is burnt now.

  8. My opinion who ever started it I hope they get arrested and charged for all the damages caused 😡 this is getting really out of hand !

  9. J-bing Frazier here is some information on the fire and a number you can call so they can get a hold of you when you can re-enter and what not. Wasn’t sure if you had already seen it.

  10. Close the forest? What’s that going to solve? If there making illegal fires, there willing to trespass… It’s not like a store with locked doors… 😂🤦 There gonna get in the forest either way 😢 this sucks tho…

  11. Close the forest! I know that it is tough for all of us that own properties, like no atv’s, camping, hiking, but if people cannot obey the laws and be responsible we can’t afford the possibility of another fire!

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