Just a heads up guys. The big 2500' + long airstrip on State of Alaska Land in the river bottom at the confluence of the Hayes and Skwentna Rivers has been bulldozed. Strip is also about 8 miles west of Shell Lake. Someone ran a Bobcat or small dozer with the blade dropped to create berms back and forth across this beautiful strip about 30 times in an obvious effort to ruin it from further use within the last month. This was an excellent public use strip that was a good put down spot to wait for weather going or coming from Rainy Pass or just to take a break or dump in some gas. It was good safe landing spot for everything from a Supercub to a Navajo. Don't know why anyone would do this but it is a serious hazard to aviation for the unwary and the strip is ruined.