BIG BLOW ON THE WAY

Jungle Jim

Well Known Member
Hey Corn...........

Don't worry too much about Joe. He is actually a really good guy. Just a little expressive when he gets riled up over the smallest little thing.

Reminds me of the words to that song........"liquor on his breath and trouble on his mind....gotta be bad just to have a good time"

He's probably pissed because he's smart enough not to take his new little beater too far offshore to nab some Do-do's with this hurricane on it's way.

Also, that storm is still projected to jump the peninsula. Yuma is getting ready for the hit on Friday and Saturday not to mention Ensenada to San Diego.

JJ
 
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corndog

Junior Member
Last week we took off from PP for a Baja trip, first stop San Felipe then Bahia Gonzaga, Bahia Los Angeles, Guererro Negro, Santa Rosalia then Mulege,, when we checked into the hotel in San Felipe and got settled, I started lurking on this site as I always do, read your post and in the morning packed up and came back to PP.. So thanks for the post.. You saved me from a muddy mess..speaking of dodos my kid caught lots of them on a flyrod and a couple yellowfin tuna in San Diego last week..
 
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Perry Apfelbeck

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Hey Corn...........

Don't worry too much about Joe. He is actually a really good guy. Just a little expressive when he gets riled up over the smallest little thing.

Reminds me of the words to that song........"liquor on his breath and trouble on his mind....gotta be bad just to have a good time"

He's probably pissed because he's smart enough not to take his new little beater too far offshore to nab some Do-do's with this hurricane on it's way.

Also, that storm is still projected to jump the peninsula. Yuma is getting ready for the hit on Friday and Saturday not to mention Ensenada to San Diego.

JJ
Well Bummer JJ probably not going to see you this trip
but we'll be back down late October or sometime in November, I'll keep you posted. The Salinas Point run was super cool looking forward to doing it again, learning some more and hopefully make some casts! Good job on the weather forcast!!
Perry
 

Jungle Jim

Well Known Member
Believe it or don't..............................................................

I just read that the new "BIG BLOW" heading our way is the first Pacific hurricane ever to be identified as
"GAY" as in queer or fag or mentally ill.

Since the official name of the storm is now KAY as in Kaytlin or Kaytoe and will either blow or suck leftish or rightish depending on whatever way the wind itself blows and sucks, we are all awaiting it's official sexual orientation before condemning it for the expected and guaranteed damage that will most certainly follow. One way or another it will be brutish or femish.

Who ya gonna sue now Kali Porn Ya?????????????

JJ
 
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corndog

Junior Member
Believe it or don't..............................................................

I just read that the new "BIG BLOW" heading our way is the first Pacific hurricane ever to be identified as
"GAY" as in queer or fag or mentally ill.

Since the official name of the storm is now KAY as in Kaytlin or Kayto and will either blow or suck leftish or rightish depending on whatever way the wind itself blows and sucks, we are all awaiting it's official sexual orientation before condemning it for the expected and guaranteed damage that will most certainly follow. One way or another it will be brutish or femish.

Who ya gonna sue now Kali Porn Ya?????????????

JJ
You are right again JJ, 100 % I believe.. This is evidence, somebody spoke of JJ's corndog and now we have Kay...
 
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corndog

Junior Member
Hey Corn...........

Don't worry too much about Joe. He is actually a really good guy. Just a little expressive when he gets riled up over the smallest little thing.

Reminds me of the words to that song........"liquor on his breath and trouble on his mind....gotta be bad just to have a good time"

He's probably pissed because he's smart enough not to take his new little beater too far offshore to nab some Do-do's with this hurricane on it's way.

Also, that storm is still projected to jump the peninsula. Yuma is getting ready for the hit on Friday and Saturday not to mention Ensenada to San Diego.

JJ
 

Jungle Jim

Well Known Member
Just got our nanny-state warnings on our "smart phones"............to all Yuma residents that our fire stations have sand bags both filled and empty to fill your own available right now! Ain't that odd?

JJ
 

Jungle Jim

Well Known Member
Over use of fossil fuels such as Ford Raptor pickups is one cause
"Shittin' nuts and bolts and pissin' gasoline.......Rollin' down the road at 8 miles a gallon"...............Scott Miller song.

Obviously relates to the new Ford Raptor R.

JJ
 

Jungle Jim

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Any news from Los Conchas, Encanto, Santo Tomas, El Desemboque and the other on the beach communities?

We had a long gentle 24 hours of rain here in Yuma. At least 1 1/2" as that is how much my pool level was up this morning.

JJ
 

GringoZona

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Just about everyone got hammered and lots of beachfront sand has disappeared, especially along Sandy Beach & Las Conchas. Cholla, haven't seen anyone mention issues there, seems like they were spared. Check the Penasco groups on Facebook for videos and pics. Video of a balcony in LC collapsing was notable. Also, all of the (sewage?) pipes from the condos & resorts along Sandy Beach going to the ocean were exposed.
 

GringoZona

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Here is the local government trying to explain what those pipes are for, saying they are for rainwater runoff (haha), pool water, irrigation water and washing the facilities. Not black water. Just chlorine, bleach, etc.

 

mexicoruss

Lovin it in RP!
In Cholla some sea walls failed on the Seaside but from Tucson beach all the way around to the bay it seems they were protected, the houses I remodeled behind Xochitls had a river running on the road in front of them but we sit up pretty high so we had no damage. I would imagine that the properties along the bay on the water front got some flooding from run off. The wind was bad but not as bad as the storm surge. It wiped out several restaurants in the Malecon, the walking pier for the Point restaurant is totally gone and the building sustained major damage is is 100 percent non accessible. it tore the beach up in front of the condos but the beach at Reef Rv as well as Playa bonita looked great and were fairly busy with beachgoers yesterday (Sunday), but Wrecked at the Reef took it very hard as they have a lot of assets on the beach in front of the main building. Parts of Las Conchas got hit very hard with many sea wall failures and entire porch systems falling in to sea, but then I talked to a guy Sunday about his place in Miramar down south from Encanto and he said it was almost a non event for them. Of course the Mirador was slammed and flooded, Playa de Oro had sea water from the surge all throughout the park all the way back to the entrance off the paved road. The crew at PDO wisely moved many Rv's from the park the day before minimizing damage to them. Part of their seawall failed and the amount of sand in the park was amazing, right next door at the Pitaya bar the sand inundated the entire bar all the way back to the bathrooms about a foot or more of sand. Mannys was washed up pretty good too, anything on the beach area is gone. They are open now. We drove around Sunday to check all of this out. It was pretty incredible. It all came together and happened on a super high tide.
 
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Old55

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In Cholla some sea walls failed on the Seaside but from Tucson beach all the way around to the bay it seems they were protected, the houses I remodeled behind Xochitls had a river running on the road in front of them but we sit up pretty high so we had no damage. I would imagine that the properties along the bay on the water front got some flooding from run off. The wind was bad but not as bad as the storm surge. It wiped out several restaurants in the Malecon, the walking pier for the Point restaurant is totally gone and the building sustained major damage is is 100 percent non accessible. it tore the beach up in front of the condos but the beach at Reef Rv as well as Playa bonita looked great and were fairly busy with beachgoers yesterday (Sunday), but Wrecked at the Reef took it very hard as they have a lot of assets on the beach in front of the main building. Parts of Las Conchas got hit very hard with many sea wall failures and entire porch systems falling in to sea, but then I talked to a guy Sunday about his place in Miramar down south from Encanto and he said it was almost a non event for them. Of course the Mirador was slammed and flooded, Playa de Oro had sea water from the surge all throughout the park all the way back to the entrance off the paved road. The crew at PDO wisely moved many Rv's from the park the day before minimizing damage to them. Part of their seawall failed and the amount of sand in the park was amazing, right next door at the Pitaya bar the sand inundated the entire bar all the way back to the bathrooms about a foot or more of sand. Mannys was washed up pretty good too, anything on the beach area is gone. They are open now. We drove around Sunday to check all of this out. It was pretty incredible. It all came together and happened on a super high tide.
Great report ! Russ what is your take on those sewage pipes ?
 

mexicoruss

Lovin it in RP!
My personal take on those pipes would mimic what the city has reported them to be, water relief tubes from the common areas and the parking lots which all have built in drains. If they were human waste water as some like to claim for whatever reason, then it seems to me that they would have a picture of the pipes running brown or black water out of them but instead nothing is coming out. The reason nothing is coming out despite the fact there are many people in the condos right now...means there is no more water to drain from all the rainfall we had. That's my personal take, I am not an engineer and I don't live in the condos but repeatedly the beaches here are certified clean beaches by the Federal government and that couldn't be the case if human waste water was being pumped under the sand
 
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