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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2018 12:54 pm 
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Copied from bankerboy’s post in Advocacy:


“Next build day for the upper half that was not finished will be on Saturday, April 14 in two shifts. 8 am - 12 pm and 12 pm - 4 pm. This is a lot of advanced notice. I will post up the sign up link as soon as Matt (Boy Scout) creates his signup sheet. He is ordering a couple more pallets of stone that will need to be ferried out to the work site. We will break into a couple teams and relay the 60 lbs stones down the trail.”


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Does SDMBA still have some of those 5 gallon water backpacks, with the high output sprayer that the back country fire fighters use? I recall using one of those on E-Ticket in MTRP, and it did a decent job at putting down water. Not great, but better than a Home Depot garden sprayer.

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Does SDMBA still have some of those 5 gallon water backpacks, with the high output sprayer that the back country fire fighters use? I recall using one of those on E-Ticket in MTRP, and it did a decent job at putting down water. Not great, but better than a Home Depot garden sprayer.


there's a murky, green pond right at the bottom of the trail :lol:


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I seem to remember a pump in that murky green pond during the last big work day on Shitz. That was when all the switchbacks were initially put in. I don't know if it was ranger equipment or not, or if it could push water very far up the hill.

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I seem to remember a pump in that murky green pond during the last big work day on Shitz. That was when all the switchbacks were initially put in. I don't know if it was ranger equipment or not, or if it could push water very far up the hill.


For the work day I showed up for, I don't even remember us having water for building.


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