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Mile 245 Report
July 14, 2015
Concerned about a campfire site at the north end of Roads End beach.
Concerned about a campfire site at the north end of Roads End beach. Some brainless wonder thought it was a good idea to use an extremely dry downed fir tree as their windbreak. If that dry tree were to get torched, it would lead to the other dry fir tree that leads up into the hills. Those trees came down in March. They are prime fire fuel. Contacted Ranger Ryan Parker for help in dismantling site. 7/27/15 update: Problem still exists with more campfires evident. Ranger Ryan aware.
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