Sourlands Trail Work Session Wed 6/19 6pm-Rescheduled Sat 6/22 9am

gmb3

JORBA: Sourlands
#22
nice!

the dirt is a very interesting consistency there - it does seem like it would harden when dried...
will try to keep it rolling.

do we have a couple of those jorba signs to put up while we are working - not that anyone goes by in the rain.....
I still need to get those signs from someone on the board. Believe it or not there were a couple cars besides ours in the parking lot.
 

jklett

Well-Known Member
#23
I owe you at least some clipping, I went out to my truck yesterday and it opened up on me so I went back inside. I'll get out and do something within the next few days.
 

gmb3

JORBA: Sourlands
#26
Bump for tomorrow's rescheduled TM. Gonna put the finishing touches on this lower section with the extra manpower so we can go back to working on more "fun" projects at next TM (7/14)
 

Patrick

aka Fidodie
Staff member
#30
Nice job moving rocks and dirt today.

many of the water outlets from the trail had been clogged, so rather than running across the trail, the streams were spreading out.
we cleared channels at 4 of the crossings, and tried to give the water somewhere to go. We'll see how it works out after a few days
of drying.

Filled in some holes, armored some of the areas (well, more of a rock path)
Cleared back more of the rose whips, removed a log that significantly improved the line approaching the end of the trail.

If anyone is looking to do some trimming, hit marker 4 and head north - there are more rocks and roots to deal with, but the
trail is closing in, so good first step.

Had Evan out there rep'n NICA! He'll be at LM tomorrow. GL!

Straight line across through the gully provides better set-up. Small launching point from the roots now available.

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Also saw this chupacabra print.

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#31
Nice job moving rocks and dirt today.

many of the water outlets from the trail had been clogged, so rather than running across the trail, the streams were spreading out.
we cleared channels at 4 of the crossings, and tried to give the water somewhere to go. We'll see how it works out after a few days
of drying.

Filled in some holes, armored some of the areas (well, more of a rock path)
Cleared back more of the rose whips, removed a log that significantly improved the line approaching the end of the trail.

If anyone is looking to do some trimming, hit marker 4 and head north - there are more rocks and roots to deal with, but the
trail is closing in, so good first step.

Had Evan out there rep'n NICA! He'll be at LM tomorrow. GL!

Straight line across through the gully provides better set-up. Small launching point from the roots now available.

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Also saw this chupacabra print.

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That's been a bad spot for awhile - even hikers made a go-around