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A short recording of the snow coming down outside the store.

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Good Morning Diamond Lake friends, Today's Snow Report 1 inch of New Snow 5 Inches Total Please Like & Share #DiamondLake #Resort #OR #Views #CascadeLakes #PaddleBoats #Camping #UmpquaNationalForest #Nature #CraterLake #NationalPark #Skiing #Snowboarding #Tubing #Motel #Suite #Hiking #Mountains #Sunset #IceFishing#Explore#Oregon

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It’s Thanksgiving week and Christmas is right around the corner. We have Christmas 🎄 Permits available at the store so you can stop by and warm up before finding that perfect tree. We would like to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving and to thank you for all your support and friendships.

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A friendly reminder that current conditions at higher elevation on the Umpqua NF have been receiving below freezing temps, leading to icy road conditions. This includes the Toketee area and HWY 138 East. Some roads receive little to no sunlight and can be hazards even on a warm sunny days. Also, if you do find yourself in a ditch know that you may not have cell service and even if you do, resources may be two plus hours away. Pack your vehicle with extra warm clothes/blankets, water, food, spot locator device etc. Always tell someone where you’re going and when you plan to be back.

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Toketee Falls, consisting of two tiers with a combined height of about 120 feet, is framed by ancient formations of columnar basalt as the North Umpqua River splashes down into a deep pool. [Collin Andrew/The Register-Guard] Read more: rgne.ws/2Jw9cZm

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