Christmas party is December 15, Trails End Tap House & Restaurant in Snohomish – 6:00 cocktail hour – dinner at 7:00
Tis the season of giving.
Please bring Christmas unwrapped stocking stuffers for FOSTER Children ages 2 to 18. We would like to help
Tani Latham with her foster child fundraiser.
Everyone that brings a stocking stuffer will be entered in a drawing.
Winner will be chosen that night.
Come meet our guest of Honor, your BCHW President Cathy Young
Dinner will available to order through the Eagles and will be having a dessert Potluck.
So bring your favorite dessert to share
At the Eagles Dec. 6th at 7pm.
The ride schedule says we are going to ride at the top of Stevens pass this weekend. According to the weather forecast it is suppose to rain and/or snow on Saturday at Stevens pass. That doesn’t sound like a good plan. I am relocating the ride to the Teanaway. There is only a slight chance of rain in that forecast. We will camp at the Teanaway campground. This is across the street from the fire station. The campground and surrounding areas are outside of the fire restricted area. The fall colors should be beautiful. You will need your Discover Pass. 11am ride out Saturday morning. Potluck dinner Saturday night.
Please RSVP to Beth Ferris ASAP.
Yes, *Schriebers Meadow ride is on Friday*. This is a very popular hiker trailhead with limited parking. I would like to ride Friday and then move over to the Baker Lake trailhead Friday night. This will open up the Schriebers Meadow trailhead for the weekend hikers.
Just before you reach the trailhead at Schriebers Meadow there is a very short section of the road that is slumping/sluffing off. There is just barely room to get through with a horse trailer. You will have to hug the shallow ditch on the right.
If you have any other questions, please call Beth Ferris. You must RSVP with Beth if you’re planning on going.
SCD is a non regulatory agency committed to helping property owners be good stewards of the land. Even if you can’t make the meeting, you are encouraged to go to http://snohomishcd.org/ and check out how SCD can help.
Twisp River Horse Camp
Driving Directions: From Twisp, turn on to the Twisp River Road, heading west. There is a Cascade Bank on the corner, there is also a truck on a pole on another corner. If you are coming over the North Cascades Highway, the bank will be past the Chevron Station, on your right. Turn right onto Twisp River Road.
If you are coming via Stevens and Highway 2, the bank will be past the Les Schwab’s and on your left.
Follow the Twisp River Road for about 10—12 miles, it then becomes Forest Ser-vice Road 44. Continue on FS Road to Mystery Campground junction, when FS Road 44 becomes FS Road 4435.
Turn left (actually more like a big ”Y”) heading towards Mystery Camp and follow the road (FS Road 4435) past Mystery Camp, over a 1 lane bridge and curve to the right. Stay on this road all the way to the end.
The camp has pull through and back-in sites, they have feed bunkers, a loading ramp with hitch rails. Stock water at the river. The Campground sites are in-tended for stock users. There are toilets. No potable water or garbage service. They have manure bunkers, but please pack out as much as you can, as the bunkers can get quite full quickly. No portable corrals are allowed and a NW Trail Pass is required along with Weed/Seed Free Hay.
Trails are varied in difficulty and length and most are destination trails to a spe-cific location not a loop. Fishing at lakes is available. Green Trails maps of the area and trails include: #82 Stehekin, #83 Buttermilk Butte and #84 Twisp. The Methow Valley Ranger Station has a good booklet called Methow Valley Trail Guide.