Today is the last official day of having teams go out and check on Frosty. Individual trackers can take equipment out, at their will, and see if Frosty remains in the area near Todd and Llano, and Stony Point and various small side streets. So today, Lorri G. teamed up with Eileen R., and Barb W. and Maxine B. once again teamed up. Frosty's movements were minor, possibly just moving between trees, in an area of less than 5 acres, again within the area close to Llano and Todd, which is just east of Laguna de Santa Rosa wetlands. The teams broke off in the late morning; however Lorri and Eileen returned to the area and picked up an omni signal on the Bodega Hwy at Todd Rd. If we pick up any post-season movement which takes Frosty out of this area, I may post an update.
So, to briefly summarize;
Frosty was released in Southern Marin (the Marin Headlands in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area) on November 8, 2014 and flew northward to Southern Sonoma County (Santa Rosa/Sebastopol Area) on November 9, 2014. He then became stationary in an area bordered by Todd Rd., Stony Point, Llano, just east of Laguna de Santa Rosa, and he remained their through the end of active tracking which ended November 16, 2014.
On November 22, Lorri Gong returned to the area and reported that Frosty was still there.