If the coming storm stays as strong as predicted, the Road Department will NOT continue plowing. Any persons with vehicles below the summit should move them to the summit before this evening.
Last Updated: June 19, 2013, 2:36 pm
I very rarely use this space to push anything. But probably a lot of you are Forest Service cabin owners, many of whom have received an email from me about the NFH election. You likely have also received an email from a person named George Cardinet, and maybe been to his website.
Let me just say that in some of it, he does not have his facts right, and in other areas the truth gets twisted. If you follow his misguided advice, California will lose seats on the NFH Board to Pacific Northwest persons who want to fire the current NFH staff, and deprive California of proper representation on the NFH Board.
If this stimulates you to want to know more, you can contact me through the website.
And, thanks for reading.
This is important stuff. Today the Road Department announced that due to the historically low snow fall, they will begin plowing our two access roads:
- Big Creek Road will be plowed to Sherman Bar Road
- Bucks Lake Road will be plowed from the Summit to the Fire Station
Unplowed area beyond those two limits have areas of 2 – 3 feet in addition to areas of black pavement. Your best option in those areas is tracked ATV’s. Wheeled vehicles, including ATV’s and 4X4’s are both prohibited and unwise.
That’s right. A little update for a little snow. There has been enough to cover the pavement showing through in several spots, but, honestly, that will be reversed with just a few days of normal weather. So, iffy spots for snowmobilers, but just fine for tracked ATV’s and cross country skiers. Please note, I said tracked ATV’s. Wheeled vehicles are prohibited by Forest Service order until the County plows the roads in a couple of months.
So, let’s hope for a decent storm soon……