Conditions inquiry- Lawler Log out

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jefolson
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Has anyone been on Lawler lately? Northwest Youth Corps will be leading a member training this next week and I will be heading up to do some saw work. Kevin has passed along trail work needs, I am hoping that someone can point me to locations where there are logs down.I have been told there are 6 trees down presently. Any info is greatly appreciated! 

Thanks

Jeff

slowleego
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Hi Jeff,

I intend to go scout/ride this tomorrow. I'll let you know what I find.

Lee

jefolson
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Thanks!

bruce prator
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I rode the whole thing in feb and one log was about 1/4 mile passed the shelter. All the rest were on the descent to the hike-a-bike, nothiung passed that to the highway.  I had cut out three down lower where trail crosses paderson  mt. road

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slowleego
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Hi Jeff,

We tried to get up Patterson Mtn road, and came upon thick snow about half way up. Not passible.

Also tried to go up the "Shaddy Dell" side and came across an active hazard tree removal operation, with a road closed sign prominently displayed.

Cheers,

Lee

jefolson
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Thanks for the info, Lee. All very helpful

bruce prator
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Jeff there's several trees down on middle fork trail from bridge 2134 down to bridge 2127 all snow free.

bruce prator

jefolson
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Fantastic info, Bruce! Sounds like a perfect saw training location and project. Thanks for the beta

jefolson
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Bruce, can you provide a bit more info? Approx how many trees down? General size of logs? anything else to note?

 

Again thank you!!

Jeff

bruce prator
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unknown cause i rode it in jjanurary, and that's a long time ago ..  There are couple creek  creek crossings so you will s get wet. sand prairaie section  has less creek crosssings and problaley just as many trees down on it, both about 5 miles long.

bruce prator

jefolson
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Thanks

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