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Bulletin, Record, Progress ve, Reporter Wednesday, May 30, 2018 lC engines -- IS rl m From left, KiahNesbit, Kaydence Borbon and Taylor Goss enjoy the cool of the pool in Quincy in 2017. Photos by Mari Erin Roth Mari Erin Roth Center pool in Quincy opened from 5 to 7 p.m. sports Editor May 11. "It is one of the few Rapids Swim team practice eroth@plumasnews.com locations with lap swim began Tuesday, May 29, and available during all open pool sign-ups can be made at the Plumas County is the homehours," said Rapids swim district office, 283-3278, or of many natural lakes, team instructor Paul through Shannon Little at swimming holes, rivers, Vaughn. 283-0415. streams and creeks for Lap swim is open to the cooling off amidst SummerPioneer Pool public Monday, Wednesday heat. Pioneer Pool, operated bYand Friday from noon to 1 But not everyone can get the Central Plumas p.m. out in nature to take a dip. Recreation and Park District, Pioneer Pool is also For those situations, time will open to the public available for private parties constraints or preferences, Monday, June 18. Hours for on Saturdays after 5 p m. and local community pools come the pool are i:15 to 7 p.m. Sunday afternoons from 1 to to the rescue, weekdays and 1:15 to 5 p.m. 7 p.m. on Saturdays. Feather River Fitness Center Family swim takes place Feather River Fitness Monday through Friday, See Pool, page 2C Beach days Keddie beaches provide a scenic backdrop for May fishing, wading or both. Photo by Marl Erin Roth , i f H The gentle curvesof a dirt road can soothe the mind and dull the business of the world for a few hours on a walk in search of wildflowers. Bright white dogwood trees bloom along Rush Creek Road from Highway 70 heading north. Photos by Mari Erin Roth I season Mari Erin Roth pink come later as the weather Sports Editor warms and somewhere in sP rts@plumasnews'c m between, the dogwoods bloom. Now is that season. Springtime hits the canyon Traveling along dirt roads in in varying degrees. First the backcountry, starting alerts come to Table Mountain where Rush Creek departs where the plateau seems to highway 70, an abundance of bloom in color order, f'n'st wildflowers can be easily yellow then purple then red recognized. No extensive and so on. knowledge is required to spot Spring then begins to creep Wild Iris, yellow violets and up the canyon as is clearly white dogwood as they break evidenced by the lavender out in dots of color on the bursts of color from roadside hillside along the winding lupines. Shades of red and road. Hillside scars o:f fire leave a stoic forest of grey skeletons behind surrounded by fresh new growth, looking south on Rush Creek Road. East Quincy Transfer Station 39 Aberneth), Lane, E. Quincy Greenville Transfer Station 300 Greenville Dump Road, Greenville Delleker Transfer Station Chester Transfer Station 23980 Industrial Way, Portola Intersection of Hwy. 36 & A13, (Delleker) Chester Advertising funded by a grant horn Cal Recycle managed by Ptumas County Deparfment of Public Works