Val Cox

Three Musketeers, sponsors of this year's Community Picnic

2017 Community Picnic

The community picnic held at Sondreson Meadows last Tuesday was a great success. It was a nice day, good food, and fun playing beanbag toss and horseshoes. Thank you to Jan and Alice Caldwell for their hard work. Special kudos to Jan for providing a much needed sanitation facility at Sonderson Meadow as pictured here.

Upcoming Bike Rides

Date:  Sunday, June 25    Route:  Camas Road to Apgar (and back)  also known locally as the  “Ride for Ice Cream” Distance:  22 miles round trip Difficulty:  Moderately strenuous (three miles of uphill at the start of the return trip) Meeting Time:  9:00 am at the parking area on the Camas Road by the stop sign you encounter less than… Read more →

2017 Bike ride from Avalanche Campground to The Loop by Val Cox

More Bike Rides Scheduled for this Week

More bike rides have been scheduled for this week. Get out there and have some fun. Ride #1 :  Spruce Creek Cutoff via Red Meadow Road          Meeting Place:  Junction of Red Meadow Rd and the North Fork Rd          Date:  Tuesday, June 6          Time:  9 am          Distance:  11 miles          Difficulty:  Moderate  Ride #2: Tuchuck Campground (unless we… Read more →

North Forkers Biking the Park

Here’s a report of the bike trip by Val Cox. She says… Eight of us North Forkers enjoyed our bike ride from Avalanche Campground to The Loop–and some of us went miles beyond the Loop–with warm temperatures, sunny skies, and breathtaking scenery.  Our group loaded up onto the first biker shuttle of the day at the Transit Center in Apgar.  Everyone… Read more →

The North Fork's newest noxious weed

The North Fork’s newest noxious weed

Trish Hoffman, USFS Weed Specialist, wanted to provide us with a “heads up” that a noxious weed new to the North Fork has been discovered just north of the border on the Canadian side in the river corridor.  Spring runoff erosion will likely be bringing this new invader, Blueweed, onto North Fork properties that are adjacent to the Wild and… Read more →