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Thanks RIff Raff. 12:30 from the truck site at the reservoir trail Hayward side i think its called. The one where you have to drive down 30 feet to get to the parking lot then the trail head leads over the brown creek down to the lake.I will be working then so we will be looking for cabins near the area a little earlier but I will try to make it to the hayward site by 12:30 just before im off to work.
Sad to hear and hope for a happy ending, soon. The not knowing is awful, I have a family member missing for close to 39 years, went for a walk at age 17 and didn't return. There are thousands who do the same thing but there is always hope.
Is there any new info on this situation? Did they get any clues from the cell phone towers? .... I was thinking of heading up the mountains out that way this weekend...Then today I saw this and am thinking maybe now that the snowpack is melting/melted maybe it could be easier to find new clues?