Even though we had to reschedule this month’s workday at the least minute, we had another great turnout! 18 willing and able bodies showed up and met again at the top of the Bridal Veil Falls trail.
We ended up splitting into three groups and spread out a bit on the trail — one group began working on the erosion control culvert area; another headed down the trail and worked on some erosion control (lots of rock-moving) and yet another group followed a forest service worker driving a small excavator, helping spread out the dirt and rocks dug out from the edge of the trail. The ultimate goal was to help give any future water a better place to go rather than wash away the existing trail! The pace was a little slow and some heavy rocks were hauled off the trail, but all in all it was a great success!
Next month, we will continue restoring the 100+ year old erosion control structure and continue trail repair, all in this same area.
As always, we’ve got many more photos! Check them out on our official Flickr page!