On Tuesday morning, the dog truck was loaded with tools and we headed south to Forest Service Rd 1470 that's located just west of Bob Lake and near the NCT spur trail to the camp ground, that we had cleared earlier. It's not adopted and in rough shape, which we'd seen first hand when we cleared the spur trail.
|Oh Good! Josh is here to help.|
|Ya, lets get our tools and get a going.|
|Sandy is clearing limbs that people had lop-n-dropped here before.|
|Here is another view of that. The short limbs remaining are|
unsightly and adopters are not supposed to do that,
nor leave the cut limbs where hikers can see them.
|We made good time today.|
|Can you see the blaze on the tree?|
We trimmed the branches in front of it,
to clear the sight line, as should be done.
|Here is a BIG tree that had came across the trail.|
We moved the trail from under this dangerous dead-fall.
|We found a few spray painted blazes today.|
|Done! And we are hiking out.|
|Back at the truck, it's warm out!|
So we sat in the shade to have a cool refreshment.
|After that, we hiked west to see the state of that trail.|
|We did see some signs of weed whacking here.|
This was the 1st time we'd ever seen evidence of weed whacking
on any trail near here, other than what we've done.
Hopefully lots of brush trimming is coming soon...