Monthly Archives: April 2012

Liz Writes Life 4-17-12

Liz Writes Life Published Siskiyou Daily News Guess the rest of Scott Valley didn’t receive nearly the snow that we did in the south-end of the valley, when I took a photo of at least five inches of very wet … Continue reading

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Photos from April 17, 2012 in Scott Valley, CA.

Clint Custer’s field being readied for planting. Whiskey Butte has a good batch of snow. My forsythia is a bit later than many other bushes in the valley, but when ever it blooms in the spring, the bight yellow blossoms … Continue reading

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Snow depth in Western Siskiyou is over 100 percent of average

By Liz Bowen Scott Valley, Callahan, CA. US Forest Service employees ski, snowshoe or hike into a handful of areas in the mountains to check the depth of snow and water content each year. The first measuring date is Feb. … Continue reading

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Snow on April 12

We received about 5 inches of snow here at the south end of Scott Valley, near Mt. Bolivar. Everyone else in the Valley reported just an inch or so and it was even less in Quartz Valley. That was surprising.

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Liz Writes Life 4-3-12

April 3, 2012 Published Siskiyou Daily News First things first: I planted peas on March 31st and two kinds of Romaine lettuce. Hooray. It was late in the day and I decided to just do it. Been dragging my feet. … Continue reading

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