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Fri, Jan 27th 1:16pm
WOW!!!  Many of you have probably noticed a interruption in my Live Chester Cam today.  That is because the pageviews on my website has exploded!  We went from 53,000 views in the last month 78,434 views last week to 138,631 from December 29th to today!   (January 27th 2017)  I have had as many as 9,224 views in ONE Day!   I have had to increase my band width twice in the last month.  You all seem to enjoy the web camera and my picture posts a lot!  I am learning how to use this new blog that I had put up for you how to post pictures more often to keep you up to date on the snow level, storm happenings, lake level (by the way it is within 5 feet of the top and the snow level around the lake on the fly is between 2'-5' and this is 1 month into Winter!  Looks like we will have a FULL Lake this Summer.
This is my first attempt at posting pictures which I know you like so you can stay up to date on what is happening up here.  I will do my best to keep you informed but have to clear snow a lot which takes all day some days.
KEEP ON WATCHING and telling your friends so I have to keep on adding bandwith to this most popular individual Real Estate Office's website.  Your leader in innovation and experience in Lake Almanor and surrounding area real estate company for over 37 years.

Fri, Dec 30th 8:43pm

Lake Almanor is surrounded by picturesque mountains covered with pines and cedars with spectacular views of Mt. Lassen and other nearby mountains nestled between the Sierra Nevada Range and the Cascade Range.

Chester is a community of 3,000 at the north end of Lake Almanor. Total year round population of the Lake Almanor Basin is estimated at 9,000 including Westwood and Clear Creek. However, a dramatic increase that ranges from 30,000 to as many as 50,000 due to seasonal residents and vacationers in their cabins, lakefront cabins, luxury homes, RVs, and camp sites. All seem to disappear into the 2 million acres of Plumas National Forest, Lassen National Forest, plus 600,000 acres of Lassen Volcanic National Park.