Ian Anderson 1:56 p.m., Jan. 27
The trucks are hauling the wood west, down the hill to Santa Ysabel, then north on Highway 79 through Warner Springs and finally to the Corona Ranch sod farm on the east edge of Temecula.
Posted June 26, 2003
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