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2C Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2001 A Look Back Bu et,n Pro r , Photo by Shannon Morrow An Ultimate player from the Hot Valley of Love team whips the disc past a Tahoe player during the Mountain Ultimate Disc tournament earlier this year at FRC. The Mountain Ul- timate Disc (MUD) Classic, held at Feather River Col- lege each spring, has become very popular over the past few years and attracts hundreds of talented players (top left). Portola's volleyball team (top right), went 12-0 in league and ad- Members of Portolu High School's championship golf team are, from left: Seth Preston, Garrett Smith, Tony Slavik, Jason Ferrin, Nick Meyars and Ryan Godman. vanced to the semi- finals in the play- offs. Portola's golf team (right) also won league and placed third in Northern Section. ! Missy Page West look on the net, call. Portola's team home game Photo by Shannon Mon'oW Enjoy winter in outdoors For outdoor enthusiasts, winter brings new challenges and opportunities for enjoying the wide open spaces. In north- eastern California, public lands are the setting for a vari- ety of fun, in and out of the snow. Cross country skiers will find outstanding scenery and ideal family conditions on the Bizz Johnson National Recre- ation Trail that stretches 30 miles between Susanville and Westwood. After heavy snows, skiers can hit the trail directly from the Susanville trailhead on Richmond Road, or the Miller Road trailhead below the historic Susanville cemetery. ff snow hasn't hit the valley floor, skiers can take a short drive to the Devil's Corral trailhead along highway 36 west of Susanville, where higher elevations and shading usually provide good skiing conditions, ff snow is limited at the trailhead, visitors can cross the Susan River on High- way 36, and take the first right turn west of the bridge. The frontage road leads to a 70-foot tall railroad trestle. Good shading here helps hold snow on the trail longer. Snowmo- bile riders can access the west end of the trail. Those looking for a more challenging ski outing can try the Fredonyer Lookout Road east of Eagle lake. This route connecting State Highway 139 with the Fredonyer Peak look- out, offers a challenging climb and an exhilarating downhill return through a landscape of juniper and mountain ma- hogany. Views of Eagle Lake are breathtaking on a crisp, clear winter's day. / Hikers, mountain bikers and motorcycle riders don't have Muff/t 8ho to store their gear during " m ny winters, as the Fort Sage Mountains east of Doyle can offer a high desert escape TOYOTAS ONLY & up to 5 quarts orgenulne I' Toyota oil from the snowfields. In many winters, snowfall is light in these rugged hills only 40 miles south of Susanville, allowing for nearly year-round access to a system of roads and trails that winds through a boulder.strewn landscape. "97 TOYOTA RAV 4 4 oZ_I., 5 speed, .... air, PL tilt, cruise, AM/FM cass., alloy wheels, air bags. #043313, "94 FORD AWD AEROSTAR XLT, V-6, auto.. air, PS, PB, PL tilt. AM/FM cass. air bags. #230930 31, 2001 WINTER SERVICE Pressure test cooling system Add one gallon of antifreeze/coolant Inspect all belts and hoses MR2 and Land Cruiser slightly higher. SPECIAL For Toyotas Only. 8 NG CU, TOYOTA !