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Re: The First Zucchini

Hi Cyndi,
    I'm Glad that the horses did not seem fazed by the narrow Trail.  I,
too,  volunteer for the Forest Service with a group called the Friends of Mt
Evans and Lost Creek Wildernesses (fomelc.org) and there was a trail that I
hiked last summer here where horses could not pass. There was a slickrock
that was passable by humans but too precarious for animals.
    I have only been out hiking once this year so far into the Wilderness
but intend to do it once a week very soon. During this last hike, we
documented an illegal hunters camp, cleaned up trash and packed out the
remaining food. WE had to leave all the tents, sleeping bags, etc for the
llamas and horses to pack out later.

evergreen co
----- Original Message -----
From: "Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT" <cyndi.johnson@edwards.af.mil>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 9:47 AM
Subject: [CHAT] The First Zucchini

>> We spent the weekend in the mountains with our horses so I didn't get
> any gardening done. It was a good time up there though. We are now
> official volunteers with the Forest Service, so we rode into the
> wilderness and did trail maintenance at a spot where a flash flood had
> wiped out a trail. Not being terribly experienced about this I admit to
> apprehension as our horses ambled along a six inch wide trail, composed
> mainly of big shifty rocks, on the side of a mountain.
> Cyndi
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