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New Picture of the Back Road Damage

Let’s hope that Butte County uses some of that emergency money to fix this as well as Oroville Dam Spillway.

Other wise the Canyon will be our access to Bucks Lake this summer.

Emergency Medical Responders

We asked and they obtained the proper training.  60 hours of book and on line training along with 3 full days of hand’s on training,  CPR/AED re-certification and Bucks Lake Fire Department has 5 new EMR  trained responders.  Great job on their part not to mention the HUGE commitment to attend and train together.

The Bucks Lake Community and visitors will be well cared for in the event they have a personal emergency at the lake.

 

Good Work

Lots of Snow some road damage in Bucks Lake is visible

Be careful out there as some road damage is visible in and around Bucks Lake.  There’s a slide on Big Creek near the bottom staging area (you can get around on snow machines)

The creeks along side the groomed roads are very deep 10+ feet down in many places, waters running over the road and the pavements exposed along Bucks Lake Road near Bucks Creek, and the big one is on Bucks Lake Road near Haskin’s Creek.  The road washed out about to the yellow line so use caution when transiting this area.  The picture is looking from Haskin’s Bridge toward the fire house

Stay safe, have fun

Picture to the right is of Lower Bucks road at the first camp site.  Roads washed out between the first and second camp sites