Caitlin Marchetti, 23, of Guerneville, decided not to evacuate Saturday or Monday.
She and her boyfriend, Jamie Miller, 31, went to a supermarket on Sunday to see how gas stations would handle the logistics of transporting gas after the Tubbs Fire burned down some stations. The emergency gas sign near a Chevron gas station still read: “Due to extensive damage due to #shelter-in-place status please pull into only required drop off locations until resumption of services.”
Ms. Marchetti was unsure how the stations would work in the long term. But she said in the meantime, she was happy to be safe.
There is a “sunny spot” on her family’s property in Sonoma County, she said, in a reservoir where it’s cool. They are making plan to put on their clothes and cross their fingers that the emergency button will go off.
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MoCA: Museum of Chinese in the Americas. Bad Beijing architecture. Drawings by second graders of the human body. A huge collection of Photoshop tutorials. The British Library’s Database of Bookbindings. Stephen Downes’s Index of Logical Fallacies. Kevin Sherry’s Sweater Project. Jason Patient’s cycling images. Edward Tufte’s argument against PowerPoint presented as a PowerPoint presentation.
File managers for X: X File Explorer and Emelfm2. Xwinman.org compares X window managers and desktops, including Icewm, which is also discussed at Osnews.com. Network security information at Insecure.org, including a list of the top 75 network security tools Wireless network detection information at Netstumbler.com. Kismet, a wireless network sniffer. Graham Williams’s Debian Desktop Survival Guide. Optimize Windows XP in various ways. A Comprehensive Guide to .htaccess. The Vim Outliner. Dotfiles.com. PHPBuilder.com for PHP things. MPlayer plays movies in many formats for Windows and Linux computers. .htaccess tips and tricks. How to read e-mail headers. Donovan Rebbechi’s grep tutorial. Grep for Windows. SQL syntax reference at the home of the Mckoi Java SQL Database. Unix Tips and Tricks. Vim cheatsheet. Edi Weitz’s Regex Coach. Gord Braun’sWindows XP repair page. Introduction to Excel Pivot Tables. O’Reilly’s Unix Power Tools online. GNU Screen resources. How to bypass Internet firewall restrictions. David Rayner’s Vim Tips. Basic tips for administering a MySQL server.