Following review of weather forecasts, MSTA and USFS personnel have jointly decided to cancel the Earth Day trail work this Friday, April 22. Possible reasons for this decision might include:
- Volunteers usually don’t like to work in the rain and thus, the turnout could be low for this big job.
- Since it may rain all week, muddy conditions could make it dangerous to be chainsawing downed trees on sloped terrain and dragging slash around.
- The BBQ planned by the USFS might not be much fun in the rain.
- The de facto MSTA trail crew director (JH) is a wussy and doesn’t like foul weather.
We have tentatively rescheduled for Thursday, April 28, so watch for updates.