Post # 1
Hey Bees! I lived in San Diego for FIVE years and only felt one earthquake. The minute I move to LA (where earthquakes are supposedly so common) SD gets a 6.9!! How many of you felt it?? I even felt a little tremor up here and I’m 150 miles away!
Post # 3
We were actually up in LA, but we felt it up there! I’m sure if we had been at our home in SD it would have been a lot stronger!
Post # 4
I felt it here in Pasadena. It felt like a rolling sensation…. but it was really subtle. I thought I was imagining things, haha. FI didn’t feel a thing!
Post # 5
Felt in the chula vista area of san diego & been feeing several aftershocks too!
It was actually a 7.2 in Mexicali Baja Calif.
Post # 6
It wasn’t anything devastating, right? The hubs grandparents live in Corona. Just want to make sure we don’t have to freak out over it.
Post # 7
I had just laid down on the (newly made) bed for a brief rest (laundry is hard work!!!!) and all of a sudden I felt like I was in a raft in the ocean…. the room was rolling. It gave me vertigo… My FI was in the next room, standing & walking, and didn’t feel it at all. Very strange!
I understand that it affected some power supplies near the inland border, but on the US side, there wasn’t a huge amount of damage. Of course, the media was immediately all over it – as if most Californians had never felt a quake before! (They do the same thing when it rains… right now they’re in hog heaven, as it’s raining today, PLUS they have the quake from yesterday!).
Post # 8
No Roddybride. No major damage in Cali.. just rattling with plenty of aftershocks since, just felt one about 5 minutes ago and its 852 am and about 16 hours after the major one.
Post # 9
There have been more than 80 aftershocks. I think the earth is just settling back in. I’m still expecting “The Big One” here in LA.
Here it felt like a very large moving truck was parked outside. The seats kind of rumbled for a bit, then it stopped. I’m actually a bit disappointed, LOL!
Post # 10
We actually went to meet with a potential photographer at his home office yesterday and the earthquake hit moments after we walked in the door. The photographer has a little dog and right when we got there the dog was barking non stop and shaking (I think the whole animals can detect earthquakes beforehand thing)…the photographer and his wife were telling us that she normally loves meeting strangers so we were petting the dog to try to calm her that we are dog-people, and then the ground started shaking!
Post # 11
yes it was so weird! it was slow rolling and at first I did not realize it and thought i was just dizzy until my hubby said earthquake! and i looked around and was like whoa earthquake! seemed like it went on for awhile too!
Post # 12
Definitely felt it. I was sleeping on the couch. As soon as I felt it I jumped up to make sure all the milk glass I’ve been collecting didn’t fall off the hutch! The pool and chandelier were going crazy!