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4 09, 2019

Buffalo River Trail Days – October 28th to November 1st

By |2019-09-04T15:33:23-05:00September 4th, 2019|Categories: Fall 2019, Pack & Paddle|Tags: |

Mark your calendar!  The Fall 2019 Buffalo River Trail construction session is October 28th - November 1st. I and perhaps others will be doing some preparatory work the 25th, 26th, and morning of the 27th as well.  We'll be camping at Tyler Bend again in the main campground (sites #22-26 at no charge) so join us for a day, the weekend, or the whole week. If you can join us for the week, or most of it, there is an option where you can pay $50 into a fund to cover food and camp expenses and then participate in our group meals (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).  There is also a 3-day option for $35.  Contact me for more details.  Otherwise you will need to supply your own food and cooking and cleaning utensils. Regardless, everyone needs to supply their own sleeping accommodations, water containers, eating utensils, and work gloves.  Safety glasses are very beneficial for some tasks.  A day pack for carrying your stuff on the trail is very useful.  The Park Service supplies the tools, though you can bring your own if you'd like.  The campground has potable water, flush toilets, and hot showers. Last October we constructed [...]

3 06, 2019

Buffalo River Trail Days – October 28th to November 1st

By |2019-07-23T14:16:09-05:00June 3rd, 2019|Categories: Pack & Paddle, Summer 2019|

Mark your calendar!  The Fall 2019 Buffalo River Trail construction session is October 28th - November 1st. I and perhaps others will be doing some preparatory work the 25th, 26th, and morning of the 27th as well. We'll be camping at Tyler Bend again in the main campground (sites #22-26 at no charge) so join us for a day, the weekend, or the whole 
week. If you can join us for the week, or most of it, there is an option where you can pay $50 into a fund to cover food and camp expenses and then participate in our group meals (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).  There is also a 3-day option for $35.  Contact me for more details. Otherwise you will need to supply your own food and cooking and cleaning utensils. Regardless, everyone needs to supply their own sleeping accommodations, water containers, eating utensils, and work gloves.  Safety glasses are very beneficial for some tasks. A day pack for carrying your stuff on the trail is very useful.  The Park Service supplies the tools, though you can bring your own if you'd like.  The campground has potable water, flush toilets, and hot showers. Last October we constructed [...]