Lake Riverside Estates residents lead snow adventure to Thomas Mountain

Tina Roberts photographs Adi Nahsohn’s Jeep in deep snow drifts during their Thomas Mountain snow adventure Saturday, Feb. 25. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
The storm system that pushed through Southern California Thursday, Feb. 23 into Tuesday, Feb. 28, produced periodically intense wind, rain and snowfall combined with below-average freezing temperatures.Several feet of fresh snow fell in the higher elevations, with Anza and Aguanga reporting between 4 and 12 inches of the white stuff. The dangerous weather conditions prompted the California Highway Patrol to enforce snow chain requirements to reduce the risks of motorists becoming stranded and blocking the two-lane mountain corridors.But snow never canceled a good trail ride for Lake Riverside Estates’ residents Tina and Don Roberts and Adi Nahsohn. Accomplished off roaders, the trio accepted the challenge to lead several Jeeps up to the higher altitudes of Thomas Mountain to expe
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