Sandia Peak Ski Patrol to join us this Sunday! Cub Scouts on Saturday.

This coming weekend we will have 2 special crews joining our regular volunteers.   On Saturday, Sept 17th the Los Alamos Cub Scouts will be helping the bike trail builders to create a better easy green bike trail down the ski area.  Contact Neal Pederson or Holly Trellue [mailto:htwoof@earthlink.net]  for information. 

Proposed bike trail work for Cub Scouts

Click on map to see larger verison

Also on Saturday, Sept 17th, Ron Nakaoka will lead a crew chipping logs and brush on Lone Spruce.  There is a lot of opportunity to get good firewood with this work.  Many trees were felled on the east side of Lone Spruce, while the lift cable was down.  Many of those logs can be taken for firewood rather than chipping them.

On Sunday, Sept 18ththe Sandia Peak Ski Patrol will be joining the “chainsaw gang” for building fence along the top west edge of Rim Run/I Don’t Care.  We will use burned logs to create a zig-zag split rail fence style of fence along the ridgetop boundary between Rim Run and the Valles Caldera. Meet in the Parking Lot at the base of the Spruce Chair.  We will drive up Zero Road West to the top of the mountain, and then west along the top of the mountain, past the pond and out to where the map below has a 104 and 102 (for 10,400 feet elevation and 10,200 foot elevation).  Contact Brian Foley 505 948-6863 cell phone or btf@lanl.gov for questions.

Pajarito Map for Sunday Sept 18th

Pajarito Map for Sunday Sept 18th

click on map for larger version.  Or download a JPG from  https://buildpajarito.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/volunteermapwestroadmed.jpg

Tuesday evening, the usual brush cutting and chainsaw groups will be working.  Meet in the Parking Lot at the base of the Spruce Chair at 5 PM.

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