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    Idaho Quake

    Well, not to be outdone. Idaho just topped SLC with a 6.5.

    https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthqua...oMnQYD9MCxcAT8

    Epicenter NW of Stanley.

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    Copied the lat / long into Google Earth and here is where it shows up.

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    whats next - asteroid or gigantic clouds of locusts

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    Felt it up in the Panhandle

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    whats next - asteroid or gigantic clouds of locusts
    https://earther.gizmodo.com/locusts-...mak-1842550657

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    Didnít feel it in JH but we were watching the Idaho news at the time and they felt it.

    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    whats next - asteroid or gigantic clouds of locusts
    Letís just unleash the Super volcano
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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    Let’s just unleash the Super volcano
    https://www.nationalgeographic.com/s...-been-pulsing/

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    whats next - asteroid or gigantic clouds of locusts
    There was just a funnel cloud in West Richland (Tri-Cities WA)

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    If the supervolcano goes we won't have to worry about the covids anymore.

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    Time to bust out that Tori Amos album...
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    Whatever's next I hope it's quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleskier View Post

    Copied the lat / long into Google Earth and here is where it shows up.
    Kinda sweet seeing that scarp just to the right and up/right of the epicenter. I imagine if you zoom out you might see that line continue through the landscape?

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    Ever so so slight shaking in Driggs, the dog perked up and got nervous or else I'd likely not have noticed anything was up.

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    My apartment building in Big Sky felt like a poorly built treehouse for 5 seconds.


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    Downtown Boise-Was at the grocery store zoning out working through my grocery list and trying not to walk too close to people. Saw a really attractive lady and it looked like she knocked a bunch of stuff off the shelf. She said to me “Was that just an earthquake?” I thought she was embarrassed and making a joke. I was distracted due to her hotness, and replied, “must have been” without feeling a thing.

    We went our separate ways and the next aisle had people mopping up broken glass and condiments.

    Friends said there was some rattling glass and swaying.

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    You moved her world.

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    Felt nothing here. A mag buddy text me about it. Said it was very subtle. Another buddy text me about feeling it in Kalispell as well.

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    I had just sat down on my couch and had shit my eyes, sitting next to my wife. All of the sudden there was a lot of noise... I immediately looked out side thinking it was a wind storm. Then I saw our windows were distorted. Grabbed the kids and got under a door frame until it stopped.

    Had some decorative glass stuff break and a few pics off the walls. A few minor cracks in drywall near beams, too.

    Good times.

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    Some people felt it up here in whitefish, although we didn't notice it. It was stormy out (with heavy snow along with thunder, interestingly), so a slight rumble was easy to miss.

    Thankfully my hummel collection is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    Felt nothing here.
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    "Can't you see..."

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    Has anyone checked on Pio?
    I still call it The Jake.

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    I was on the phone with a friend here in Ogden when he noticed his house plant swaying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Has anyone checked on Pio?
    Oh man, that used to be Bobby's job before the Kraken got him.
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    Pio was ready for it!
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    Jimmy prefers his cars pre-flipped now?

    Smart, Jim, smart.
    I still call it The Jake.

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