26 September
Categories : Mountain Ops
Posted by Scott Pressly

A few areas that have been treated can be seen in these photos.  The photo above is looking across towards Sleepy Hollow from B’s Bash on the Breezeway side of the mountain.  The work conducted in the tree islands adjacent to Sleepy Hollow, Tenderfoot, Glade and Rookie can be identified.  The tree island between Quickdraw and Short Sweet can be seen as can an area between Upper Christmas Tree and Lower No Name.  Stacks of trees can be seen laying on the trails and within the tree islands prior to skidding to the deck location for processing.

Below is one of the most significantly changed areas thus far where we had large amounts of dead, standing trees to remove.  This is a view from the top of Quickdraw looking down towards upper Sleepy Hollow and KC’s Cutoff.

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