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takncarabizniz
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« on: 07 12, 19, 12:41:17:PM » Reply

about 3 am...only about 5 miles from us...yikes.

Then my brother in Calif texts and says they just had another...yikes, and double yikes.
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« Reply #1 on: 07 12, 19, 11:13:52:PM » Reply

That's scary.  Has the quake been identified to any fault line up there, takn?  The Ridgecrest earthquake in California is still getting aftershocks.
takncarabizniz
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« Reply #2 on: 07 13, 19, 04:22:48:AM » Reply

It was along the South Whidbey line...but if this article is to be believed, we're screwed, LOL...a previously unknown fault?

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/friday-earthquakes-on-a-crustal-fault-show-its-not-only-the-big-one-we-should-fear/
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« Reply #3 on: 07 13, 19, 01:54:42:PM » Reply

Yikes is right....pray you don't get the big one.
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« Reply #4 on: 07 13, 19, 02:22:37:PM » Reply

That's an interesting article.  Who knew there were so many underlying faults.  The first big quake we went through was the Sylmar quake in southern California and we were 13 miles from the epicenter.  Our friends living closer lost their house.  It was picked up and turned! 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1971_San_Fernando_earthquake

I sometimes ask myself where the ideal place to live is -no earthquakes/fault lines, hurricanes, tornadoes, wicked weather and if we moved to one of these ideal spots (if there are any) I would probably be run over by a bus in the first month
takncarabizniz
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« Reply #5 on: 07 18, 19, 12:23:43:PM » Reply

We've had many aftershocks...another one yesterday afternoon.

Crazy.
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