A beautiful morning above the fog at Pescadero Creek
spider webs with dew
Our old friend, Poison Oak
The crew gettin' after it.
Marilyn careful not to miss the fresh huckleberries.
What can we say about this classic Hank pose?
Larry tackling honeysuckle climbing high in the trees.
Tom and George making great headway brushing out the trail.
Fuzzy Dave T starting the huge task of creating a new major water bar (#5 - compare to finished product)
Lunch in the beautiful redwoods...
...included nice douglas firs as benches.
One of the 3 or 4 equestrian groups to ride by. We also saw about 8 hikers. It was good to see all the people out in this remote corner of the park on a nice day. They all had great things to say about the work we were doing.
Lisa learning how to be a lumberjack...or is it lumberjill?
Marilyn and Philys placing one of the 6 redwood waterbars across the trail.
Dave, Larry, and Tom prepping another water bar.
Jerrel working on his second water bar of the day.
Hank cutting a new and important drain dip.
Lisa and Madhu celebrate finishing their first water bar. Well done!
At the end of the day folks helped each other out to finish the last couple water bars.
Same here, this time at Kathy's difficult but awesome water bar.
Kathy's water bar finished!
Water bar #1
Water bar #2
Water bar #3 (new)
Water bar #4
Water bar #5 (new)
Water bar #6
Nicely cleared trail thanks to the hard work of the volunteers.
A majestic Douglas fir and Redwood standing tall at the end of a perfect day.