Old Coast Road Photos

By Zosia Considine at about 1.5-ish miles from Bixby

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~ by bigsurkate on February 22, 2017.

9 Responses to “Old Coast Road Photos”

  1. So, Old Coast Road is now Old Coast River? What creek/river was it originally called?

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  2. Suzi, no, that’s a joke. The road has turned into a river. I believe it is the river that runs out Bixby …

    bigsurkate

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  3. Yes, Kate I got the joke, however I’m sure the residents there aren’t laughing. Looks like a detour situation…. Does Bixby Bridge cross Bixby Creek and is that Bixby Creek on OCR, whatever the R in OCR now stands for…?

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  4. They are the ones who “renamed” it, actually. Sometimes you have to joke about things to keep sane. You know, Suzi, I think it is Bixby, but I can’t look it up to be sure, as my Internet is very slow and “iffy” now that I’ve lost my satellite.

    bigsurkate

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  5. Yes it’s Bixby Creek, unless it lies beyond the point where Bixby departs the road, in which case it would be Sierra Creek.

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  6. 1.5 mi upstream places this along SIerra. The old closure was at MP 2.0, and likely represents the same reach along the Sierra tributary.
    I updated my map with these latest closures. http://u.osmfr.org/m/122609/

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  7. Thanks, John. You did note that as of this am, Palo Colorado Canyon is closed at the highway.

    bigsurkate

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  8. Jon, that map is so helpful. Really nice job. Thanks for doing that.

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  9. Kate, how can we get some staples down to you guys…food, wood, propane and most importantly love?

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