Too Darned Hot!!!

We’ll go north from Highland Park to clear some of the trees that have fallen.

When – 8am Saturday, July 27, 2019

Where – Highland Park

What to bring – loppers, gloves, long sleeves, water, and bug spray

We’ll re-group in August, after the trail has dried out some more.

We’ll gather at Brockdale Park and trim the trees at the trailhead, and inspect the flooding north of the trailhead and do some tree trimming south of the trailhead.

Where – Brockdale Park trailhead

When – 9am, Saturday, June 8 2019

What to bring – Loppers, gloves, long sleeves, bug spray and water

We’ll change our plans from E. Winningkoff to Brockdale Park and go South.

When – 930am Saturday, May 25, 2019

Where – Brockdale Park trailhead

It is not cooperating…

Assuming the weather cooperates, we’ll meet at East Winngkoff trailhead and go north to clear fallen trees on the Sycamore Loop.

When – 9am, Saturday April 13, 2019

Where – E. Winningkoff trailhead

What to bring – loppers, gloves and long sleeves (the poison ivy is greening up), and water

The weather is still not cooperating with our Chili Ride plans, so we are cancelling this weekend and will reschedule in April.

When – 11am, Saturday, March 30, 2019

Where – Brockdale Park trailhead

What to bring – chair to sit on, appetite for chili, Dutch Oven cornbread and desserts.

We’ll meet at Highland Park and install signage across Lakeview Downs and explore new routes around the drainage channels.

When – 9am, Saturday, March 16, 2019

Where – Highland Park Trailhead

What to bring – Gloves, boots (lots of water and mud!)

The weather is just not cooperating. We’ll try again in March!!

We’ll be cleaning up flood debris from the trailbed and unclogging the culverts.

When: 9am, Saturday Feb 9, 2019

Where: Change of plans, we’ll meet at Highland Park Trailhead

What to Bring: Boots, gloves, long sleeves, water

Gallery Snippets
Jack Gilstrap brushing his horse Enjoying lunch Quiet sleeping horses - Gypsy and Chester are happy to snooze while Steve and Debbie visit East Fork Ribbon Ceremony afterride Tom Pollard relaxing after the ride
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