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One More Trail Crew

Even as the days get shorter, we're still taking the time to get out and get some trail work done. Sunday we were out on the Eagle Pass Trail in the Stanislaus National Forest, where a few trees had had the audacity to fall down across the trail.

After a little fun trying to the get saw started, we worked out way through more than half a dozen trees. And while we were at it, we "naturalized" the use trails that had sprung up around them. So now the trail goes where it is supposed to go, and the facsimile trail is now under brush and slash...and won't be bothering you ever again.

Oh yeah--it was an absolutely beautiful fall day in the Sierram, with the peaks showing just a tiny bit of sugar frosting from the recent snow storm. We even had traces down along the trail.

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