Last Thursday, June 23, thanks to eight hardworking Overland and Team BOB Trail Volunteers, we are only one or two more work sessions away from completion! Work on two retaining walls and other rock structures is progressing nicely, over 200 LF of connecting tread has been constructed, and we are starting to eye the transition structures to the existing trail that will allow us to open to the public! Our next scheduled playdate is this coming Thursday, June 30 from 5-8pm. We need 6-8 guys/gals (10 max each day) to help us complete several rock features and basic trail. Only 1-2 more afternoon sessions to finish, but we cannot complete it without YOU!
If interested and available, please contact Mick Syzek at: email@example.com
Where to meet: 4204 Michaud Lane – parking lot for Reservoir Ridge Natural Area
What to bring: Daypack with work gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, raingear, 2-qts. water minimum, snacks.
What to wear: Long pants, over-ankle hiking boots if you have them (no open-toed footwear).
Whether you volunteered on this project in the past or have yet to do so – contact me and come on out! Time to Connect and Contribute!