8 DEC 2012 ENO FMST WORKDAY

Our final Eno River MST trail workday of 2012 will be a major trail maintenance workday on
Saturday December 8th. We will be meeting at Few’s Ford area of Eno River State Park, at the end of Cole Mill Road. In particular, we will be meeting near the Piper-Cox house. We will be walking the Holden’s Mill trail, cleaning waterbars and doing other repair work along the way. After last month’s hard work, moving rock, filling in and repairing an eroded section of the Cabe Lands trail, this months work will involve more hiking, and a less intense project.
We have all of the tools we will need for this workday.

We want to thank REI for sponsoring the food at our workdays. They have been providing coffee and biscuits to get us started in the morning.

What you will need to bring on workday.
Work clothes and solid shoes or hiking boots.
Plenty of water
Lunch
Work gloves, if you have them (If not, we have some)
Sunscreen
The workday will be canceled in the event of rain or other inclement weather. An Email will be sent out Friday before the workday canceling the event, if necessary. If possible it is great if volunteers can car pool, as parking is limited. IMPORTANT: In addition to signing on the MeetUp site, please eMail Fred Dietrich a YES so he has an accurate worker count & can eMail you if weather becomes a factor:

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Best wishes

Fred


The workday will be canceled in the event of rain or other inclement weather. An Email will be sent out Friday before the workday canceling the event, if necessary. The meeting place: Few’s Ford near the Piper-Cox House

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  • Steve T

    It was gratifying to perform maintenance work on, and give back to, a familiar trail. Fred does a great job of organizing these workdays.

    December 10, 2012

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  • Fred D.
    ENO FMST Trail Leader
    Event Host
  • Steve T
    BRIDGE BUILDER & Asst-Organizer, Co-Organizer
  • A former member

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