Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | April 8, 2014

6th Annual FFLA Training

curt waite    

Most of you know that Palomar Mountain has two Fire Lookouts back in operation.  Boucher Lookout has been recently refurbished. and will open to visitors mid-May.  You can visit Boucher through the State Park.  Spectacular views from up there!  High Point Lookout can be seen from North Crestline and the Mendenhall Valley, up on the ridge to the east of the Observatories.

Chairman, Curt Waite shared these photos of the most recent Forest Fire Lookout Association training.  Palomar Residents Glenn Borland, and Robert Carlyle, now join Mike Sterling, and Chip Tidball as volunteers with ties to the Mountain.  The goal is to have both towers staffed daily through the summer and fire season.

From: ‘Curt Waite’

Photos from the 6th annual FFLA (Forest Fire Lookout Association) San Diego – Riverside Chapter fire lookout volunteer training.

Photo 1 – Officers Bill Ulmer, Bill Luedeke, and Lisa Pulsifer with volunteer and Pauma Valley resident Joyce Childs.

Photo 2 – Training class at San Marcos Regional Fire Training Facility. 23 new volunteers to staff Boucher Hill and High Point lookout stations. (You can see Glenn Borland and Robert Carlyle right behind him.)

Photo 3 – Chairman Curt Waite and Training Coordinator Scott McClintock.


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