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Spider Lake, by Jesse reason we devote our hard work and sweat to this awesome trail.

Mark Langford rallied the troops and organized the Spider Lake Cleanup. Here everyone gets a briefing on how the cleanup will be conducted.

Jack Sweeney, El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, meets part of the cleanup crew. Jack jumped in with his family to help with the cleanup (more on page 2).

Before: A digusting pile of waste and garbage found behind some rocks. You have to ask yourself what kind of person would leave such a mess? Not one of us...we know that.

During: Back-breaking hard work was the menu for the day. Cleanup crews tackle the disgusting pile shown in the photo to the left.

After the cleanup crew got done with the pile, it returns to a natural look (and smell).

About 60 folks, including kids, came to cleanup Spider Lake. The future of our sport is walking in these rocks. What a lesson to learn at this age.....

All photos by Jesse Rivers (aka; Jes)

Page 2 of Cleanup Photos by Jes


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2003 (and earlier) PROJECTS and Photos (below here)

See 2004 Kiosk building being moved by wrecker!!!

See the Kiosk (almost) moving project photos!

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Trail Sanitation
and portable toilets. Carry one!


Sep. 6th 2003 Kiosk Foundation Project and Building at Loon Spillway. See Photos of Project.


Sep. 19th 2003 All Day Field Trip with Political Elected Representatives,
Loon Lake to Sluice and Return.


August 2003 BIG work weekend.

Little Sluice Bypass concrete work; trail signing; trail repairs; road work; rock moving, and block a few illegal bypasses.

click here to see the results!

Past projects and activities of interest:

June 7, 2003: FOTR Work Day with POR at the helm.

June 12, 2003: FOTR leads County Survey Crew through the trail for a long, but good day.

June 19, 2003 is a big field trip by the Rubicon Oversight Committee (ROC) and several VIP's.

June 21-22, 2003: The Sacramento Jeepers and the Sac. Valley Top Gun Jeep Club working on Wentworth Springs access.

August 16-17 2003 big work weekend.

Mike Overmeyer and Rusty Folena led the charge for our successful Walker Hill mud hole project, June 7, 2003.

Randy Burleson from www.4x4wire lead the charge for us on our work weekend of Nov. 9-10, 2002.

Get on the FOTR email network or go to the bulletin board chat room on the Rubicon Trail to find out more. You can also email me directly and I'll get you signed up.

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