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Old 10-29-2007, 11:02 AM
cyclotouriste cyclotouriste is offline
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I finally got a chance to go out and check to see what the status of Faraday Road is. Yesterday, my friend Carolyn and I rode our bikes out from SE Portland to Estacada, and up the road. PGE has finished the work of clearing the slide, and Faraday is re-opened to bicycle and pedestrian traffic. In the area where the slide was, the road has been narrowed to a single lane, and the pavement is kind of beat up, but neither is even remotely a challenge to bike traffic. This re-opens the Clackamas to bike expeditions, so enjoy! Hopefully, we don't get another heavy weather/slide event anytime soon.
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Old 11-08-2007, 07:51 AM
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I road up Faraday Road last Sunday, it's been repaved in several places, nice and smooth, better than it was before. It has a massive rock barrier where the slide was to keep it from happening again, very impressive.
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Old 11-08-2007, 04:05 PM
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PGE may be a semi-scurrilous outfit when it comes to bilking their captive ratepayers and overpaying their execs, but you can't fault 'em for maltreatment of cyclists. I say: an extra ten large for Peggy Fowler!
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