I must admit I did this little loop consisting of the Twin Bridge, Fisherman's and Homestead Trails just to see the water level near Twin Bridge after the recent rockslide. The level has dropped considerably in the last few days and is now probably about 3-4 m below the bridge deck.
The trail is open and in good shape. No muddy patches to speak of. One closure at this time is the wooden staircase and boardwalk that leads off the main trail about 100 m upstream of Twin Bridge. The little flat area it leads to were undoubtedly flooded in the recent rains, and will probably be so again before the winter is out.
It was a pleasant day to hike - no rain to speak of, and wonderfully peaceful. The little detour to the bend in the river (a few hundred metres upstream of Twin Bridge) is well worth it. The forest is lush and may even qualify as mature second growth, and there are two picnic tables with a view of the river. Not very appealing on a grey day in winter, but they'd be very nice in summer.
The parking lot has recently been paved which is a bit of a luxury. I also noticed the tree decals on the back of the bins too which is a nice touch. The outhouses have hand sanitizer too.