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Nelson Park,
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Libby Lake,
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Libby Lake, Wyoming (Work Party w/Forest Service)

August 2008 - 22nd Annual Trip

These pictures and the Trip Report (below images) were sent in by Rod Pepper

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22nd Annual RC4W Work Trip

    Despite the crummy weather for this year's work trip, we had a great turnout. 11 members showed up to support our sport and our environment. Those braving the cold, wet weather were John Stone, George Brook, Paul Bickerton, Joe Huston, Zack Martin, Scott Grimm, Steve Wykoff, Brian Kubal, Dewey Williams, Rod Pepper and our newest member, Taylor Olsen.

    George and I arrived in camp on Thursday afternoon. That night we went down to the Snowy Mountain Lodge for dinner. The weather was still pretty nice at that point. We got back to camp and got a nice fire going and shortly after that Brian and Kristy showed up. We had about 2 hours of campfire time when the rain showed up. It didn't take long to turn to snow as the temperatures dropped. We adjourned to a warm RV and commenced to party!

    Dewey, Zack and Taylor showed up on Friday to camp. Everyone else showed up on Saturday morning. The weather for the work party was actually not bad. It was cool but didn't rain anymore. We worked on a new walking trail at Libby Lake. We worked until mid-afternoon and called it good.

    Dewey, George and Jennifer, Brian and Kristy and myself stayed and camped Saturday night. It was another cold, wet and snowy night. Sunday morning, as we were all leaving, the weather cleared out and it was beautiful! All in all though, it was a good time and we honored our commitment to the environment!

    Happy Trails,
Rod

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