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NCLR approved for South Cow Mountain trail maintenance activities

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Poll: South Cow Cleanup/Maintenance MORG (6 member(s) have cast votes)

What weekend should we do trail maintenance?

  1. November 7th-8th (5 votes [83.33%])

    Percentage of vote: 83.33%

  2. November 13-14th (1 votes [16.67%])

    Percentage of vote: 16.67%

  3. December 5th-6th (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

Will you likely be camping?

  1. Yes (5 votes [83.33%])

    Percentage of vote: 83.33%

  2. No (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  3. Other/Not sure (1 votes [16.67%])

    Percentage of vote: 16.67%

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#1
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All;

A few months ago we engaged the BLM to ask if any help was needed in brush/overgrowth clearing, general trail pickup, trash, etc. -- the response was a resounding "absolutely."

We turned in the paperwork so we can legally work for the government for free and got a response that it was received/approved. Now it comes down to picking a date, which I put up a voting poll.

As SCM gets pretty warm during the summer, I figured now is a good time to vote for an autumn cleanup. Additionally, I'd like to do an overnighter, where NCLR folks that decide to attend can work day 1, day 2 or stay overnight and do the entire weekend. This leaves flexibility for people who want to donate their time but can't commit for the entire thing.

Below are proposed dates. If you know of a hard conflict to any of these, just post a comment and it will be checked.


• 7-8 Nov
• 13-14 Nov
• 5-6 Dec

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Perhaps the 6th and 7th and it would be part of our Moving MORGS, since it falls on a MORG weekend. 

 

I'm down for December also, since December is a quiet month. 


Edited by erinw.rrc, 20 August 2015 - 08:46 AM.

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The MORG would be good, assuming it's not too wet.


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I'm pretty open that far out at this point so I can't say I have a preference.  I'll check with Michele this weekend if I remember and see if she has any conflicts.  I could see camping.


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I voted for the 6th/7th. The other two proposed weekends would be tough for me since they conflict with the Dickens Fair (for which I'm obligated) and this it something I'd like to be involved with, since it's in my own backyard. I could go either way on the camping, I only live 15 minutes away from the Scotts Creek Staging Area.

 

One thing to keep in mind is the possibility of inclement weather...the later in the season it is, the more chance of getting rained out. And the whole place shuts down to preserve the trails if it rains hard enough.


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Then I vote for 6/7. Dan needs to be there. more in that later...
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Checked w/Michele and voted for camping 6-7.  We could also do December but are out for 13-14.


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Question: Nov 6-7 are a Friday & Saturday. Was that intended or should it be 7-8?

I should be able to do Saturday, and possibly Sunday. Friday would be out.

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Then I vote for 6/7. Dan needs to be there. more in that later...

 

I don't know that I need to be there, I'd just like to. Don't let my preferences be the determining factor for choosing the date, it needs to be what works for the greatest number of people.


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I don't know that I need to be there, I'd just like to. Don't let my preferences be the determining factor for choosing the date, it needs to be what works for the greatest number of people.

 

Dan,

 

The after-party is at your place, so you NEED to be there (or just leave the keys!).

 

Graeme


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Hey Chad, I tried to fix the poll and somehow it blew up.  Anyway, I fixed the dates but now I don't have any polling data.   :rolleyes:


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Hey Chad, I tried to fix the poll and somehow it blew up.  Anyway, I fixed the dates but now I don't have any polling data.   :rolleyes:

 

Jared,

 

I voted twice to make up for that.

 

Graeme


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Only twice? I guess Tri-Tip will always get more votes, not that I blame you though;)


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Tri-Tip? Where do I vote for that?!!

 

Speaking of which...I suppose I could do an after party here and burn some Tri-tip on my new grill.


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Annual Event thread. Enrique asked to vote on smoked tri-tip or paella and the first four votes determines the winner. Graeme promptly replied four separate times with tri-tip.


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Oh, okay. I thought we were talking about this thread, since there's a poll at the top and I think Jared was referring to correcting the dates on that when the poll reset itself.

 

I still vote for Tri-tip!


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Any of those dates should be fine for me.

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Any of those dates should be fine for me.

 

Hold on .... I thought this thread was about eating tri-tip?

 

Graeme

 

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This thread is about eating tri-tip at Dan's.

 

The other thread is about eating tri-tip with Enrique. Busy, busy schedule with all of that eating to do.


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