Chainsaw Massacre Crew Breakdown

If you need information about where to meet, tools, clothing, scope of work, etc. check the post here. Most important thing is that we are meeting on Sunday at 8:30 at the parking area just west of Four Corners.

Let’s work until 1 or 1:30. Be at the Pastime no later than 2. I know Elysian went corporate but their IPA isn’t bad.

My cell is 360.430.4416. Call or text me if you are running late or have to cancel.

If you have extra loppers, handsaws, rakes, or Brookskis, toss them in in case some volunteers need loaners.

Crews 1 through 9 will be working on the south side of the 312 in the old Creek Trail area. You will drive to the newly-constructed road that takes you to the entrance to Without a Paddle. The road swings south and then east. Everyone on Crews 1 through 9 will access via this road.

All other crews – other than Crew #10 – will be working on the north side of the 312 in the area where the first two Road Trails and the Big Wow were formerly located.

The after-party will be at the Pastime in Castle Rock. Good burgers. Unfortunately, kids are not allowed.

Crew #1 – Vaughn Martin, Steve Luther, Zach Page – Your line starts right where the new road on the left takes off toward Without a Paddle. You will be working up the hill toward Crew #2.

Crew #2 – Andy Wilson, Dave LeMonds, Joe Paul. Jeff Lipton – Dave will guide you to the work site. You will have to walk through brush for a couple of hundred yards to get there. You will be working on a sidehill and – in addition to brushing that section – will need to cut and stage materials that can be used for cribbing.

Crew #3 – Mike Packer, Gabe Sobczak, Sam Sobczak. Drive a short distance down the spur on the left (toward the entrance to Without a Paddle. Your line is on the right side and will take you up the hill toward Crew #2.

Crew #4 – Andy Crump, Sterling Sobczak, Jeff Wize – Drive a short distance down the spur to the left (toward the entrance to Without a Paddle). Your line is on the left, just across from where Crew #3 is starting. You will proceed through the clear cut until you connect with an existing piece of the old Creek Trail.

Crew #5 – Brandon Erickson, Travis Cothren – Drive a short distance down the spur to the left (toward the entrance to Without a Paddle). Take another left and continue about 125 yards until you see three white ribbons near the road on the left side. Park there. Cross the road. You will need to walk toward the creek (south) following my white ribbon until you find the flagged line. Work east (left) toward Crew #6. Drive in with Crew #6 and #7. You have a great section and will actually be building trail. Note: the white ribbon is NOT the line; it will just get you to the flagged orange line.

Crew #6 – Jason Crago, April Silva – Drive a short distance down the spur to the left (toward the entrance to Without a Paddle). Take another left and continue about 200+ yards until you see one orange and one green ribbon. Park here. You will need to walk across the road into the clear cut and follow my white ribbon south toward the creek (You will be stepping across a couple of small creeks). You will see the flagged orange line. Work west/right until you reach a section of the old Creek Trail that survived. Note: the white ribbon is NOT the line; it will just get you to the flagged orange line. Drive in with Crew #5 and #7.

Crew #7 – Michael Young, Jon Jennings – Drive a short distance down the spur to the left (toward the entrance to Without a Paddle). Take another left and continue a couple hundred yards until you see three blue-and-white striped ribbons on the left. Park here. Cross the road into the clear cut heading south toward the creek. Follow my white ribbon until you get to the flagged line. Note: the white ribbon is NOT the line; it will just get you to the flagged orange line. Drive in with Crew #5 and #6.

Crew #8 – Greg Ogden, Vincent Deluchio, Andrew Holder – Drive a short distance down the spur to the left (toward the entrance to Without a Paddle). Take another left and continue until you see double white ribbon about 125 yards from the end of the road on your left. Work east (left side of the road) until you reach the bottom of the Jeep Trail. There is parking just back up the road (west) of where your line starts. Right off the road, you will cross one of our old bridges.

Crew #9 – Shane Oberg, Juntu Oberg, Wayne Nussbaum – Drive a short distance down the spur to the left (toward the entrance to Without a Paddle). Take another left and continue until you see double white ribbon about 125 yards from the end of the road. Work west (right side of the road) until you reach a section of the old Creek Trail that survived. I’m pretty sure your section is shorter but more labor-intensive than Greg’s. If you finish early enough, give him a hand.

Crew 10 – Nic Khajavei, Brad Crowe, James Warner, Chris Hildebrandt – I will have the weedeater and fuel for you. You guys will work down an old trail line. Near the bottom of the hill, the old trail, which still exists, will turn hard right. Clean it all the way to where it transitions into the clear cut. You will probably hear saws running down there. Give those guys a hand with limb pick-up if time allows.

Crew #11 – Randy Toney, Kevin Knorr, Barry DeSemple, Logan Toney – Drive to the a spur just before where the clear cut ends and the treeline begins (just prior to Rush). Pull off on the road on the right (I marked it with one green and one orange ribbon). Line is on the left. Start working north (down the hill) toward Crew #12.

Crew #12 – Nick Little, Eric Shew, Preston Antisdel – Take a right where the clear cut ends (just prior to Rush) and the treeline begins. Drive down the road about halfway. You will see long, double orange ribbon at a turnout on the left. You will need to walk out into the clear cut about 150 feet until you see the flagged line. Begin working up the hill toward Crew #11.

Crew #13 – Michael Inbody, Randy Hill, Kelly Stinar – Take a right where the clear cut ends (just prior to Rush) and the treeline begins. Drive down the road about halfway. You will see long, double orange ribbon at a turnout on the left. You will need to walk out into the clear cut about 150 feet until you see the flagged line. Begin working down the hill toward Crew #14.

Crew #14 – Bob Horness, George Barnett, Braden Nicholson – Take a right where the clear cut ends (just prior to Rush) and the treeline begins. Drive all the way to the end of the road. You will see ribbon on the right. Work back to the south (up the hill) toward Crew #13.

Crew #15 – J. LeMonds, Kevin Templeton, Jon Gustavson, Ben McCormack – Drive to the same spot as Randy and Kevin: spur on the right before you get to the Ridge Road (marked with one orange and one green ribbon). They will work the left side of the road and head north; you will work the right side of the road, which will take you east toward Crew #16.

 

 

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