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October 27, 2007

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Celebrating World Tourism Marketing Summit in Beijing China!
                                             

Update: Friday, October 26, 2007 - Homeland Security Threat Level: YELLOW (ELEVATED). See update at the bottom of the page.
                                             

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Thank you for all your prayers this past week. We evacuated our home and our studios at the point when the fire was estimated to be 2 - 3 miles away from us. The National Guard were here to help and assist us to get out quickly and efficiently. Our hearts go out to the hundreds of families who lost their home. This fire was a raging bull, with the tremendous winds fueling it with cinders as large as loaves of bread in some places. We are grateful to be back in our home and beautiful studios here in Olivenhain, California.
Please go to www.ready.gov and make sure your family and business are ready for mother nature, sickness or terror. My family and I are very happy we were aware and ready.

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Last week's show Oct 21, 2007 on TravelTalkRADIO LIVE from
POLAND
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Many thanks to Rob Raush for his offer to take our family into the Homewood Suite Hilton in Del Mar, CA. We are very grateful for friends like Bob and Linda.


Thank you Elaine, Jeannettee and Randy for the Juvenessee. Your care package shed a whole new light on being able to enjoy your wonderful products in my precious and preserved home in Southern CA. Thank you again.

                                             

October 21, 2007 
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National Situation Update: Friday, October 26, 2007


Homeland Security Threat Level: YELLOW (ELEVATED).
Southern California Wildfires Update


The following information was reported on wildfires in Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Ventura, San Bernardino, Orange, and Riverside counties:
Ranch Fire: Castaic, Los Angeles County (FMAG approved)
56,235 acres burned, 81% contained.
Harris Fire: San Diego County (FMAG approved) 81,100 acres burned, 10% contained.
Witch Fire: San Diego County (FMAG approved) 197,990 acres burned, 30% contained.
Santiago Fire: Irvine, Orange County (FMAG approved) 26,000 acres burned, 30% percent contained.
Grass Valley Fire: San Bernardino County (FMAG approved) 1,100 acres burned, 70% contained.
Slide Fire: San Bernardino County
11,675 acres burned, 15% contained.
Rice Fire: San Diego County (FMAG approved) 9,000 acres burned, 40% contained.
Poomacha Fire: San Diego County
38,500 acres burned, 30% contained.
Ammo/Wilcox (Pendleton) Fire: San Diego County 50,000 acres burned, 50% contained.

Ten previously reported fires have been 100% contained. There are currently 21,445 structures threatened and 2,605 structures have been destroyed or damaged. Approximately 519,754 acres have burned with 70% of all acres being in San Diego County. Three deaths have been confirmed and there have been 65 injuries. 12,334 individuals are being housed in 45 shelters. The CA Office of Emergency Services (OES) reported approximately 321,000 residences had been evacuated at the height of the wildfires incident. As of 2:35 p.m. EDT, October 25, 2007, there were 24,007 customers without power in CA due to the wildfires and high winds. San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison accounted for the power outage reports. (CA OES, US Department of Energy, FEMA Region IX, FEMA HQ)


California Weather

Onshore breezes, higher humidity and cooler temperatures should continue to spread across Southern California through the day. High pressure is expected to build across the Rockies, bringing light, but localized, offshore breezes back to the region. Temperatures are expected to increase, while humidity levels drop Saturday. (FEMA Region IX, Southern California Geographic Area Coordination Center; Los Angeles County Fire Department; CA Dept of Forestry and Fire Protection, NORAD-USNORTHCOM; NWS)

 

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