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Category: West Coast


Saturday, April 01, 2006

For those of you that aren’t Ghetto enuff…

this bling’s for you.  Here are the newest things to accesorize your ride.  These are wheels that show pictures while rollin’.  I’m classifing this as “West Coast” because we don’t have that type of ghettoness here on the East Coast.

Posted by SPN on 04/01 at 09:04 AM in West Coast
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Sunday, April 17, 2005

West Coast

today is a lovely hi pressure day. temps are high at around 78 deg in inland valleys and sunset should be around 730pm.  Tonight i’ll start the grill!

Posted by bbeard on 04/17 at 06:48 PM in West Coast
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Saturday, April 16, 2005

West Coast

We still have snow!  Believe it or not!

Posted by bbeard on 04/16 at 03:52 PM in West Coast
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Saturday, March 12, 2005

california girl

just to show how wacky califorbia really is - just after the wacky 50 degree wetaher and multiple storms that sent homs and hills surfing dows the hill-sides in comes a great high pressure area and high 80’s and every one heads to the beaches like they have no cares ; aw… the heck with the house that teatering on the brink of disaster and the red tag that will no doubtedly make us homeless lets go to the beach!

it seams red tags and property values are whats in the news most these days in california - besides all the land slides and mudslides housing just keep disappearing and gowing at a greater premium.... rent houses just went up from 1500 - 1700 a month in my neigborhood and thats san berdoo can you imagine what folks are payin if their needs are in Beelair?

Posted by bbeard on 03/12 at 07:06 PM in West Coast
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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

weather updates California

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Still more rain soaked Southern California on Wednesday, giving Los Angeles its wettest year in more than a century, after collapsing hillsides crushed homes, oozing mud blocked highways and a surging river carried away part of an airport.  The deaths of nine people had been blamed on the series of storms that started last week, including one man who was killed by a falling eucalyptus tree and a teenage girl crushed by rocks that crashed into her bedroom.  While more rain fell overnight, and up to an inch was expected in some areas by day’s end, the National Weather Service said that the region was due for a break as the wet weather moved eastward. To the east, two days or more of rain was forecast in already wet Arizona.

More than 9 inches in a week
The average yearly rainfall in downtown Los Angeles is about 15 inches, but the total just since last Thursday reached 9.14 inches as of Wednesday morning

The cityÝs amount in the nearly eight months since July 1, when California begins its yearly rainfall measurements, reached 34.36 inches ˇ more than the annual average for Seattle. ThatÝs also the cityÝs third wettest year on record and within easy sight of the No. 2 year, 1889-90, when 34.84 inches of rain fell. The record for the entire year is 38.18 inches, set in 1883-84.

Posted by bbeard on 02/23 at 03:03 PM in West Coast
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Monday, February 21, 2005

California

its been raining here sollid (real rain) for the last 5 days and nights and were expecting more from the low system thats circulating above us.  Deaths and property damaga have already been reported in association with this system, rain, and mudd slides; The earth out here simply can not hold any more water before it goes to a completley liquid state: this may be how california ends up in the ocean ( LOL!!)

there are may many mandidtory evacuations on order in sandeigo, orange, san bernardino, and ventura counties counties; this could be quite disasterous. as yo might be aware of city planner never accounted for verymuch rain in the souythland of California so any accesses build up very quicly.

Posted by bbeard on 02/21 at 01:12 PM in West Coast
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Wednesday, January 26, 2005

california rains

here is a ink to many of the national aricles that have hit southern california in the past week and also some current weather related flooding and evacuations in southern californi as another series of storms blows through

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6872387/

Posted by bbeard on 01/26 at 05:15 PM in West Coast
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Sunday, January 09, 2005

california

eathquakes, flooding, earthslides; vehicles carried away - people carried away by raging flood waters.  Heavy rain is expected through the next week.

Posted by bbeard on 01/09 at 04:48 PM in West Coast
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Thursday, September 09, 2004

california fire season

Well this year after a go-’round with two weeks of triple plays on the ‘ole temp gauge, fire season has arrived in its usual bold and destructive style.

At the moment there are several 4-5 i think wild fires threatening the San Bernardino Moutains.  If you are unfamiliar with this area this is the area of mountain range in sanbernardino county that hosted the “old fire” last year.  The fire that burned so long and engulfed so many homes over what seemed a 3-4 week period.

There is plenty of fuel on the back side of the moutain and from the areas that were left unburned from last years fire storms.  It seems this year the threat is the whole monty.  she has returned to claim what was left behind. 

Last years burn areas even though hydro-seeded have not realized a significant growth to keep top soil from erosion.  Even though this is the early part of the fire season folks are very concerned of the upcomming rain, snow, and ice and winter.

Posted by bbeard on 09/09 at 01:49 AM in West Coast
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Monday, August 30, 2004

California Independant Party of Fruits

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Posted by bbeard on 08/30 at 05:10 PM in West Coast
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