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Perfect summer day... Come join us on the river! www.umpquarivers.com 1-888-454-9696

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Blue sky and puffy clouds... Come enjoy the fresh air on the North Umpqua river! www.umpquarivers.com 1-888-454-9696

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The Perseid Meteor Shower is active now and peaks around August 12 – 13, 2018, when you may spot as many as 100 meteors an hour! Use our Interactive Meteor Shower Sky Map to see where and when to look up for shooting stars. On mobiles and tablets, simply click on the 360 icon and point your screen towards the sky after sunset. Follow the red arrow until you see a circle. #Perseids #MeteorShower #ShootingStars #Meteors www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/meteor-shower/perseid.html

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Smokey Bear celebrates his 74th birthday today, Thursday, August 9!!! Smokey has been the Forest Service's historic mascot for fire prevention. You might remember his phrase, Only you can prevent wildfires! So do your part by making sure campfires are dead out, and smoking only occurs in an enclosed vehicle. The Umpqua National Forest has had 5 abandoned campfires so far this month. With current weather conditions, fire danger is EXTREME. Campfires should be cold to touch before you leave them, and they are only allowed in designated campgrounds. Go to www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/umpqua/alerts-notices and look for public use restrictions for more information.

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This morning Diamond Lake Ranger District fire engines extinguished another abandoned campfire. This one was at Kelsey Valley Horse Camp. So far this month, Diamond Lake fire has extinguished five human-caused fires, most abandoned campfires. Although all have been small, with the current extremely dry conditions, high temperatures, and predicted gusty winds, the Umpqua National Forest would greatly appreciate it if campers will take extra time and ensure all fires are completely out and cold to touch before they leave the area. Please remember there are public restrictions in place. Campfires are only allowed in designated campgrounds. If you are camped out on the forest away from designated campgrounds, no campfires are allowed. Cook stoves that you can turn off and on is the only flame source allowed. There is no smoking allowed except in enclosed vehicles, or in a watercraft on a large waterbody, like Diamond Lake or Lemolo Reservoir. For more information, go to the Umpqua National Forest website at www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/umpqua/alerts-notices. Look for Public Use Restrictions.

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