On June 26th, due to a solid volunteer turnout, we achieved our session goal by 2:00 pm. While it was CRAZY HOT we managed to clear the concrete pad, see our photos. We removed debris, brush, steel, and overhanging tree limbs.
We’re preparing to begin work on our next bridge and trail. Skagit County Parks and Rec. will be hauling in and staging the building materials.
The upcoming trail project will double the length of the Pump-house Trail. Following our summer break, “regularly scheduled” sessions will resume on September 11th.
Hopefully by then sessions can get back to “near normal.” Our friends Leslie and Roger Estep, if health guidelines permit, plan to provide one of their wonderful homemade lunches.
Now, on August 8th, plans for sessions are being made. To signup please email us.Thanks!
Our Saturday, May 22nd session went extremely well. Kalin, Jerry and Lindsey (above) worked at Thompson Pond. Kalin and Lindsey spread chips, to suppress ivy growth, as Jerry (center photo) hauled away the ivy debris.
As these photos show (Adam’s) other work was being done. Thank you Adam for stepping up, to be trained as our photographer. Thank you Terry Afdem for all of your help over the years!