Nudity & Other Fawnskin News

Since you rushed right over to find out about the nudity…I’ll post that first. LOL

While public nudity always has been an infraction subject to citations, recent action makes it a federal crime, subject to a possible $1,000 fine and/or a year in jail. The Bureau of Land Management rules have been recently altered for enforcement.

The BLM is accepting public comments on the rules through July 26. Comments can be mailed or delivered to Lynnette Elser, BLM California Desert District Office, 22835 Calle San Juan De Los Lagos, Moreno Valley, CA 92553. Comments can be e-mailed to Elser at [email protected]

Road Work Again
More roadwork (I hear you groaning) word is that from 8am to 4pm through Friday this week the Highland areas of 330 to the 210 in both directions will be closed.

Today and Thursday from Highway 330 to the south bound lane of Highway 18 at Running Springs will be closed for excavation work from 8am to 5pm.

Locally, pavement projects in Fawnskin will take place Thursday and Friday with flagging on North Shore at Bruin Trail (July 8 ) and on North Shore at Cherokee (July 9).

This week is the 5th anniversary of the Fawnskin Flyer–which is entertaining to me since the whole thing started as a joke. I’ll be making some changes soon because it takes a lot of time and needs to bring in some funds in order to continue.

Also, just sending a shout-out to anyone in contact with Eric, the fireman that saved my life a year ago. Miss him and hope he is staying cool down in the desert.

Jordan Romero & Kat Blanc
Finally, local authors Kat Blanc and Jordan Romero will sign, The Boy Who Conquered Everest: The Jordan Romero Story this Friday.

You can support the Flyer and order the Jordan Romero book or buy it at the Book & Bean.

Be sure to join the Facebook Jordan Romero Picture Book page to keep on top of the latest!
Date: Friday, July 9, 2010
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Big Bear Book & Bean 909-878-4083
Street: 634 Pine Knot Ave
City/Town: Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

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