Sun Rd open for shuttles during Howe fire

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Re: Sun Rd open for shuttles during Howe fire

Postby PeteE » Sat Sep 08, 2018 6:46 am

I got here at 0630 and there were already 60-70 people in line. :shock:
It's nuts. They won't begin till 0730 and only what 15 can ride on the smaller shuttle?
#/@& it.
I'm driving around US2.
Raining lightly too 8)
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Re: Sun Rd open for shuttles during Howe fire

Postby thorn726 » Sat Sep 08, 2018 11:55 am

wow what a mess. sorry you all have to deal with this
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Re: Sun Rd open for shuttles during Howe fire

Postby PeteE » Sat Sep 08, 2018 2:30 pm

Ha!!
Yeah,this shuttle service not working too well. Just got overwhelmed imo.
Idrove over via US2 and arrived about 5minutes after the FIRST shuttle.
Left Logan pass at 0940. Arrived here at the chalet just now at 1420. Saw bighorn rams and two nice goat billys. Got good video and pics of one billy.
Windy and still hazy but didn't rain.
So life is good.
Gonna check in and chill for a while.

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Re: Sun Rd open for shuttles during Howe fire

Postby thorn726 » Sat Sep 08, 2018 6:07 pm

too funny you were only 5 minutes behind them. Glad you are able to get out there. Sounds like smoke isnt too bad in the Park, hope it isnt too bad where you live.
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Re: Sun Rd open for shuttles during Howe fire

Postby MarxMN » Sat Sep 08, 2018 9:26 pm

So you had about 100 miles more of driving than you wanted but you were able to hike without rain. Not all was bad.

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