Author Archives: rangerkevin

Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow

The Last of the Season party (LOTS) was a great success! Lots of food was served, lots of stories were told, and yea it was good! As our season here in the park comes to a close, we are reminded … Continue reading

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The Main Event!

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the upcoming Halloween extravaganza: Is Skeleton Creek Real? Join us this Saturday, October 29th at 3:15pm: for ghost stories about our dredge, and a spooky dredge tour! You’ll even get a chance to … Continue reading

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LOTS of Fun!!!

Our season here in the park is winding down, which means that it’s time for one last hurrah: so that we can go out with a bang! Our Last of the Season (LOTS) party is a time for folks to … Continue reading

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Of Munks and Men

Pavlov had a dog. And while dogs are welcome in the park (on leashes) we have other animals which are renown for being habitual as well: such as fish, chipmunks and deer. There is a cute little chipmunk who’s days … Continue reading

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MOAR INFO!!!

If you enjoyed the new interpretive panels in the Friends of the Dredge Store, you’ll be interested to know that the trail around the dredge now has four new panels which describe the functions of the dredge, how the dredge … Continue reading

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Where Are They Now? The Dredges.

After turning the valley upside down, with their high voltage electric rock-sorting, and dominating the sound-scene of the valley for decades: the popular rock sorting group The Dredges disbanded. The silence left in their wake is palpable and The Dredges … Continue reading

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Mysterious Pond Monster!?!?

Recently a guest approached me, seeking my opinion about something they had seen in one of the dredge ponds. From a distance it appeared to be a short snake (or a long worm) writhing and undulating in the water. Upon … Continue reading

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