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Event#:767
Date: 2020-11-07
Agency:State Parks
Trail: Blue Canyon Trail
Leader:Dave Edwards
Hours: 35
Volunteers:5
Distance:2800
Status: Completed
Regulars: 5
Casuals: 0
pdf:20201107BlueCanyon.pdf
CSUCI: 0
Tag:PMSP, BBT
Previous Events
ID Date Leader Hours
7702020-11-14Dave Edwards30.0
7672020-11-07Dave Edwards35.0
7662020-11-04Dave Edwards36.0
7652020-10-31Greg Sweel66.0
5422018-01-03John Kross16.0
5352017-12-30Greg Sweel45.5
4672017-02-25Jerry Mitcham108.0
4222016-07-16Jerry Mitcham24.0
3512015-09-16Norm Simmonds49.5
3272015-05-14Dave Edwards85.0
2972015-02-14Jerry Mitcham66.0
2882015-01-17Jerry Mitcham66.0
2272014-04-26Jerry Mitcham60.0
1472013-05-2570.0
1592013-04-2020.0
1642013-04-2018.0
Crew Member Hours
Dave Edwards7.00
George Sherman7.00
Greg Sweel7.00
John Kross7.00
Jon Sheldon7.00
Location: Old Boney/Backbone trail, Point Mugu State Park Crew leader: Dave Edwards Summary: We met at Wendy and Potrero parking area at 8:00 and drove to the Danielson Multiuse Area. From there we hiked about 1.5 miles up Blue Canyon to begin clearing brush and weeds from where we previously left off. With a crew of 5 we employed two gas powered and one battery powered hedge trimmers and cleared about 2800 feet of trail. We quit work at 1:30 and hiked backed to Danielson and drove back then to Wendy. The Old Boney/Backbone trail is now cleared up to about 0.30 miles from its juncture with the Chamberlain trail. On our next outing we’ll continue to work up to the juncture with Chamberlain and on up toward Sandstone Peak. Rain threatened early on as a few of our crew decided not to chance getting wet. However, it never rained from start to finish and the trail was only slightly damp, but not at all slippery. The weather turned out to be perfect for our work while being cool and breezy. Crew size: 5 Hours worked: 7 Total hours: 35 Total feet of trail worked: 2800 ft