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Volume 15 Number 7 July 2001

Happy Independence Day!

In This Issue

Customer Feedback
Battles In the NW
Industry News
Rally To Save Mill
Celebration Specials

Mountain
Biking
Heaven

Are you an avid mountain biker or would you like to be? One of the Methow’s many secrets is its superlative mountain biking trails, which run from flat trails along the river to nearly vertical trails through the mountains ( and everything in-between).

Congratulations to the Bear Creek-sponsored bike team which included salesman Merle Kirkley, pictured riding down a local descent from 7,000 ft level, who won the 24-hour marathon bike race in Spokane WA in June! The team beat out all comers by a full lap.

You can get back into the high country or cruise into a five star resort and have a poolside drink at the end of your ride.Although we don’t force our salesmen to act as tour guides, its fairly easy to twist their arms when it comes to getting them out to show off their favorite haunts (places with names like PIpestone Canyon, Lightning Creek, Starvation Mountain, Cutthroat Lake and Freezeout Ridge are some of the top choices for a quick but spectacular ride). In addition to great trails, there are wonderful accommodations throughout the valley, including cabins, condos and hotels with restaurants. You can be in town or in the backwoods but you will always be close to a trail. If you don’t have a bike, rental units are available, as well as gear. You may want lumber but you definitely need some trail time. Make a date with one of staff to get out to visit Bear Creek Lumber soon!Congratulations to the Bear Creek-sponsored bike team which includedsalesman Merle Kirkley, pictured riding down a local descent from 7,000 ft level, who won the 24-hour marathon bike race in Spokane WA in June! The team beat out all comers by a full lap.

Posts, Poles & Character Logs

Few lumber companies offer to cut a tree just for you but not only can Bear Creek Lumber offer you the tree of your choice, we can hand peel, handhewn or send it as is direct to your door As part of its prescriptive forest thinning, Bear Creek has a substantial supply of fir or pine posts, poles and character logs that are selectively harvested during much of the year. From 3” to 12” diameter logs are available. Let us know your needs and we will find you the perfect piece of wood!


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