Monday, March 21, 2011

2nd Wildcat Trail Reroute Workday


The 2nd workday is scheduled for Saturday March 26th, 9:00am @ Big Flat parking lot. Bring the same equipment that you brought last time, tools, food, drink, etc. We`re hoping to have the trail opened up and ridable at the end of the work session, so if we have even close to the same turnout as last Saturday, finishing things up should not be a problem. By the way, thanks again for all the hard work everyone put in on Saturday. We hope to see everyone there again in 2 weeks!

12 comments:

Mooch said...

Shite! I STILL won't be back from the desert!

clownbike said...

excuses,excuses!

Howard said...

That`s okay Mooch, we will have it all finished and ready for you when you return.

Chief said...

I'll be away that weekend. Is there anything I can do during the week??

Howard said...

Brett, Larry and I plan to head up there some evening next week to do some tweaking and final preparations for the next workday. You can join us if you`d like.

Nevada said...

I get it. You do not want me there. Another day I cannot make.

Ho - if you want an extra person during the week night let me know. Maybe I contribute for at least 5 minutes. Geez!

Bird Man said...

I'm in for helping out during the week too...I'll probably be in Canada chasing the elusive white goose on the 26th.

brett said...

We'll post up when we plan to get out there. It's not intended to be a "work session" per se, more of another hike through and marking areas that will need more tweaking or finishing or slight changes so we're kinda quasi-organized for the 26th and 21 people don't overwhelm us again! Man, that was an awesome turnout.

But more people are welcome to come along, because that means there will be more people with "the vision" in their heads for the next work day! Especially cool if you can make the evening hike-through and the 26th as well! But come out regardless! Heck, maybe a couple of those areas we need to tweak a little will get done on that evening.

brett said...

BTW--does anyone have a sledgehammer with a red "W" on it?

Mooch said...

Mine's got a red "M" on it, thought you had found it for a minute there. Damn.

Morgan said...

I should be able to make it to this one. What types of tools are needed?

Howard said...

Tools that may come in handy include,
Loppers
Pruners
Hand Saws
Small Rakes
and anything else that might come in handy to clear a trail through the woods.