Thanks again to those of you that braved the elements and came
out to work. We did PATH proud. Once again Path and Konnarock accomplished
a lot. Konnarock had a crew of 5 with two leaders and two PATH members
on the crew. The weatherman did not tell any lies, it was wet. It
rained whenever it felt like it.
Chef Jim did a spectacular job of cooking for everyone along with
his expert assistants -- too numerous to count. You know how those
couch workers are. Valerie out did her self and bringing a desert
each day. Once again no one lost any weight.
When Attila left on Sunday Morning this is a partial of what had
18 water bars (locust)
8 Rock water bars
20 check dams (Locust)
3 rock Check dams
8 rock steps
2 locust steps
9 dips with a fan
2 stream crossings with steps
10 feet of cribbing along stream to hold stream off trial
80 feet of ditching to divert water
50 feet of trail moved to high ground away from stream bed in trail
3 cubic yards of crush and fill
Removal of a PUD- 1000 foot relo
7 water bars and check dams on lower section of trail
1 rock step and 3 log steps on road - 222
Those in Attendance:
Bill Boudman -5
Bill George - 5
Jim Houck - 6
Paul Haag - 5
Valerie Hurt - 2
Karl Kunkel -1
Steve Coombs - 2
Bill Sadler -5
John Jaskolka -5
David John -5
Harry Atkins - 5
Mark Doty - 2
Will Burke -2
Barb Burke -2
Charlene Davis 1
Walt Davis -1
Chris Bracknell - 3
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As of Sunday afternoon we finished all the K-rock work. They were
going back Monday to complete the short relo and tidy up any odds
and ends, also look for a lost bark scrapper. As Bill said it was
wet, Bill missed the best downpour Sunday. Hard work was done by
all, many thanks. New member Harry Adkins had a good orientation
to PATH. We might get a new membership out of one or two of the
K-rock crew. The large tent was a hit with everyone, kept us dry
and allowed for a good cooking and eating space. A surprise to all
of us that Attila brought along his neighbor to work, Bill George.
He said Attila was a good neighbor but it sounded coached......
Thanks again to those who helped this past week on the trail and
in Marion Days.
More work included :
1- rock water bar, 8- log water bars, 30' of sidehilling, 25' rock
cribbing, 1 stream crossing with extensive rock work involved.
Re-lo = 415'.
Chris & Ronda were a big help thursday moving in & monday
getting everything out and back to W-ville.
Thanks to Mark & Nancy for convincing me to "let them"
do the dinner dishes saturday nite.
Bill Sadler gets the Early coffee award.
Thanks to David John & crew for breaking down the privi, mon.
The kitchen help re-invented egg curling. & the pancakes had
A good work trip. The last 2 years work have really made this section
a lot better.