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[pct-l] Northwest Snow
- Subject: [pct-l] Northwest Snow
- From: Steve Queen <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 05 Jun 1999 18:32:13 -0700
Yes, I clearly misread this. A crew of 10 did brushing and
tread maintenance near Ramona Falls (3400') and we found only
a couple snow globs by the Sandy River.
Hey Craig, you interested in doing trail maintenance on the
PCT? If so, contact me off line.
>>>I just heard a short clip on NPR this morning. They were
>>>reporting from Mt Bachelor in Oregon, and the word was
>>>that there's still 21 feet of snow yet due to the cold
>>>spring, and they expect to be open until July 4th....
>>>Many summer roads in the area will also be opening late.
>>No way. The snow has been hell this season and all our
>>projects above 1000' have had to be rescheduled, but there
>>is no way we're going to get 21 more feet of snow this
>I think this might have been misread possibly? I think he meant there is
>"still 21 feet of snow" because of the cold spring we had. Actually it was
>sunny today in Portland. I was quite confused by that bright shiny thing
>in the sky. Then again, those San Diego folk have to put up with
>chlorophyll-challenged weeds on the sides of their roads, so maybe Portland
>weather isn't all that bad. :)
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