1943: The Adams Creek lookout was not used this season. (Annual Report, Department of Lands and Mines - FY ended 3/31/1944)
1949: "Fourteen miles of road were constructed to the Adams Creek lookout commencing at Mile 42.5 lower road. Very little work was required for several miles along the Berland River Flats but the last four miles up to the Adams Lookout ridge to the Lookout, to an elevation of 7,124 feet, was an engineering feat accomplished by W.L. Richardson, which is worthy of note. The four fords on the Berland River prevent passenger cars from using this road but a power wagon or truck can cross these fords at normal water." (Annual Report of the Department of Lands and Forests, FY ended 3/31/1950)
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