16 photo(s) Updated on: 09 Nov 2019
  • November: By the end of the morning, the rock pile had been reduced by almost half--but there's still lots to move.
  • November: By the end of the morning, the drainage channel had been completely buttressed. The large rocks will allow water to drain through without further eroding the hillside.
  • November: How many people does it take to move one rock?
  • November: Smaller rocks could be moved using dollies.
  • November: Leading down to the culvert, the drainage outflow was buttressed with the largest pieces of stone.
  • November: Chain nets and a large crowd was needed to move the heaviest pieces.
  • November: A very big pile of very big--and very heavy--rock.
  • November: Serious erosion, and a rickety pallet.
  • October 26: Loop de Ville! Fourteen hikers completed the entire circuit.
  • March - Raised trailbed between Locust and Holmes, with improved drainage and wood chips
  • February - Recycled deckboards ready for future use
  • February - Supply of recycled deck boards in storage for future bridge and walkway projects
  • February - dismantling the deck at EcoVillage on Rio Road
  • January - another view of the improved 5th Street culvert
  • January - shored-up and buttressed trail at 5th Street culvert
  • January - Washed out conditions at the 5th Street culvert