Below is a picture of Dave, Josh, Frank and George as they use Dave’s Putt-Putt recently to repair five bridges on Corridor 19. Looks like a lot of fun, and they can always use another hand or two!
Looks like a few flakes could be flying this Saturday, November 1st, at the monthly meeting of the OVSC. As always, all members are encouraged to attend, and the meeting takes at the Canoe King located at 1799 White Mountain Highway in beautiful Tamworth, NH at 5 PM sharp. We will need a headcount at that time for those of you wishing to attend the Landowner Appreciation Dinner the following Saturday. George would also like to form up a work party earlier in the day this next Saturday, so give him a call at 603-986-9666 for time and directions.
And enjoy the winter-like conditions this weekend, hopefully a preview of what is to come!
George & Josh had a beautiful day to string snow fence up at the Silver Lake RR in Madison. Don’t you wish you were there?
Just a quick reminder that we would appreciate an RSVP by next Saturday, November 1st if you would like to attend our Landowner Appreciation Dinner being held the following Saturday, November 8th. This is guaranteed to be a great time, and an awesome opportunity to personally thank out gracious landowners, who make the whole trail system possible!
Also, if you are going to be in the area anytime this fall, especially before the flakes fly, we could always use you help on the trails. Whether you have an hour or two, or possibly a half or full day, a quick call to George at 603-986-9666 to get you started!
Finally, we will post details soon regarding our annual swap meet Thanksgiving weekend, and Skip is now taking preregistrations for the upcoming youth safety class in December.
George Kaye will be heading out on the trails tomorrow morning. He will be gathering up a crew at 9:00 am at the Canoe King parking lot, located at 1799 White Mountain Highway in Tamworth. If you are in the area and give a few hours help, meet George in the lot in the morning. Thanks!
Below is a new bridge erected out on the Bowles Cut-Off Trail…as always, much thanks to George and his helpers! Work parties are in full swing this fall, and we can always use an extra hand or two to get the job done. Coming up on a short visit by yourself? How about spending an hour or two at your own leisure brushing back a small section of trail? Just give George a call at 603-986-9666 to see where we can use a little help!
Over the next few weeks we will concentrate on pictures depicting fall trail work, and reminders of important events just around the corner like our Landowners Appreciation Dinner, Thanksgiving weekend swap meet and early December safety class. Lot’s going on at the OVSC, and a hearty thank you to everyone that has registered already, either by our very convenient Pay Pal account or via the US Mail!
Bowles Cut-Off 3′ Bridge