Thanks to everyone who has submitted comments from their drive this week.
Norm Verner – Came down today(Oct.16) rain seemed to soften the bumps but we wouldn’t recognize it without would we . White stuff another 1000 ft above.
Sonja Inkster – Drove down to Pemberton today at approximately 3 pm. Very muddy, pounding rain all the way. Not a white flake anywhere.
Debbie Demare – Road needs a grading, I will contact FLNRO. Watch out for pumice and logging trucks on the Lillooet FSR
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