July 8-10, 2016: We packed in and spent a long weekend clearing
the trails around Mud Lake, in Stanislaus National Forest.
All photos courtesy of Carl Perry and Jerrie Ann.
Pack String heading in.
Clearing logs. (Mud Lake is just outside the boundry of the Emigrant Wilderness Area, so we could use chainsaws. Inside the wilderness area, we use 12-foot cross-cut saws.)
Group photo, with dog too late to photo-bomb.
Some would see this as an obstacle. We saw it as a challenge.
Saw it as a challenge, indeed.
Less challemge than there was . . .
Despite the name, Mud Lake is a clear jewel in the high Sierra
Lady BCHC member with a banner telling the public who we are.
Two of the crew
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