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Rants / Hayfork High School Receives Bronze Medal
« on: July 18, 2017, 10:44:08 AM »

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No offense, but I don't feel like our schools around here are anything to brag about. Has the national average really fallen so low?
I'm sure a lot of students get passed just so that the teachers don't have to deal with them another year.
I met someone recently who couldn't spell to save his life. He spelt Tuesday like Toosday. I mean, come on. Yes he did go to Trinity High.
Most people around here are not very smart at all. So to me, this says a lot about where the national average inelegance sits.

Just a reminder, the deadline for all Fair exhibit entry forms is Friday July 21. See below for all exhibit receiving and judging deadlines. "So Much to Share at the County Fair"!

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Trails, Hiking, and Offroading / Boulder Lake Trail
« on: July 21, 2014, 07:51:07 AM »
Getting there:
In downtown Weaverville, drive north on Highway 3 for 40 miles. About 0.25 miles south of Coffee Creek, turn left onto Forest Road 37N52. Proceed on this road for about 3.5 miles. Turn right onto 37N53 and continue 7.5 miles to the trailhead.

Trails, Hiking, and Offroading / Granite Peak Trail
« on: July 20, 2014, 10:04:56 AM »
Getting There:
From Weaverville drive north on Highway 3 to the signed turnoff for the Stoney Ridge trailhead. The turnoff is shortly after the Stoney Ridge trailhead turnoff. Follow the dirt road to the trailhead.


Trails, Hiking, and Offroading / East Weaver Lake Trail
« on: July 20, 2014, 09:59:18 AM »
The trailhead for Monument Peak is located near the summit of Weaver Bally, a prominent peak high above Weaverville. From Weaverville, drive west on Highway 299. Just before the end of town, turn veer right off the highway onto Black Bear Road. The pavement quickly disappears and Black Bear eventually becomes a lesser road that splits off the main route. The main road becomes Weaver Bally Road. There are signs pointing the way to Weaver Bally and stating the distance one must go. After 9 miles the road terminates at a US Forest Service lookout tower, although the road is gated just before the tower. The trailhead is about a quarter miles before the gate. The trailhead sign has been knocked over and propped up against a tree so the trailhead may be heard to spot. Look for a yellow wilderness sign nailed to a tree to mark the trailhead. The trail is easy to follow.


Trails, Hiking, and Offroading / East Boulder Lake Loop
« on: July 20, 2014, 09:52:36 AM »
Getting There:
From Callahan on Highway 3, drive west on South Fork Road to the junction Forest Road 40N17. Continue on 40N17 (sometimes called McKeen Road) to the McKeen Divide. Go south on Forest Road 39N63 and follow this road to the East Boulder Lake trailhead, a total of 9 miles from Callahan.


Trails, Hiking, and Offroading / Caribou Lake Trail
« on: July 20, 2014, 04:38:10 AM »
Getting there:
From Highway 299 in downtown Weaverville, drive north on Highway 3. After 37 miles, turn left onto Coffee Creek Road. Proceed through the small community and continue for 18 miles to the Big Flat Campground. The road is dirt once you pass through Coffee Creek, but it is suitable for low clearance vehicles. Cars should, nonetheless, exercise caution. The trailhead is near the entrance to the campground. If coming from Oregon, exit Interstate 5 at the junction with Highway 3 in Yreka and continue south to Coffee Creek.

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Reports of vehicle break-ins at trail heads. what bastards would do that?
Don't leave valuables in your car if you're camping. Apparently this is the new thieving trend.

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Wood Crafters / Old Wood Birdhouses
« on: April 28, 2014, 12:34:42 PM »
Simple Old Wood Birdhouses. Nothing fancy... But the birds sure love em!
These simple bird houses are thrown together with scrap wood. $5 each.
More elegant designs are available and more pictures are coming soon!

Wood Crafters / Cages
« on: April 28, 2014, 11:25:07 AM »
Custom made for any critter!
Squirrel makes cages that will outlast all the pets in your lifetime and those of your children's! 
Every joint is pre-drilled for maximum strength. No splits!

This cage is 2'x2'x6' not including the additional height from the roof pitch or the legs. It is more than large enough for two or three bunnies.
It's been stained, with the double doors and finished metal roof (not shown) I'm asking $250 for a duplicate order.
Prices are on a sliding scale. Many designs are available so just let me know what you need and we'll work something out.
These cages will last a lifetime and are a solid investment. I encourage you to see what corporate pet stores charge for their plastic and wire cages made in china.

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