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Updates on Allegany Trail Building Weekend
Written by Jon Sundquist   
Sunday, 22 September 2013 20:15

No, nothing has changed.  Just  more info.

  • Camp Allegany, unlike the cabins we stayed in last time, has larger sleeping facilities.  There are plenty of beds.  Bring a sleeping bag to put on the bed.  There's showers down the hall and everything.
  • Camp Allegany is weather proof! If it is raining Saturday night, there is a great indoor cafeteria to hang out in.  Of course, if it isn't raining, we'll have another campfire.
  • WNYMBA is providing lunch both days.  On Saturday night, we are providing burgers and dogs.  Bring your own beverage.
  • We had a really great time last spring, and this fall weekend should be even better.  Fall colors should definitely start coming out.

 

Hope to see all you there!  Remember:

  • Saturday: meet @ 9 AM at the summit (same as spring)
  • Sunday: meet @ 9 AM at Camp Allegany.

Both days, tools will already be in the woods, we ride to where we are working.  Lunches and dinner provided!  This is going to be great!

 

 

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0 # twright 2013-09-24 06:11
Hope to see a pile of people out there this weekend, so we can bang the rest of the loop out...
 

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