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Date: 2022-12-03
Agency:State Parks
Trail: Serrano Valley Trails
Leader:Dave Edwards
Hours: 91
Status: Completed
Regulars: 12
Casuals: 1
Previous Events on this Trail
ID Date Leader Hours
9302023-02-22Dave Edwards25.0
9242023-02-01Dave Edwards54.0
9222023-01-28Don Brusselars78.0
9202023-01-25Dave Edwards54.0
9212023-01-21John Kross72.0
9232023-01-18John Kross16.0
9132022-12-10John Kross40.0
9112022-12-03Dave Edwards91.0
9102022-12-01Jon Sheldon5.0
Crew Member Hours
Bridgette Bagheri7.00
Cindy Kimmick7.00
Dave Edwards7.00
Denise Pomonik7.00
Don Brusselars7.00
George Sherman7.00
Greg Sweel7.00
John Kross7.00
Jon Sheldon7.00
Kirsten Rosselot7.00
Ruth Feldon7.00
Viviana Celaya7.00
We met at 8:30 at the juncture of Serrano and Cotharin roads. We shuttled 13 of us in three pickups past the gate about a mile into Serrano Valley. The road from the gate into the valley was recently graded making it drivable. However, the recent rains left the road very muddy and slippery for the trucks. We made it to the turnaround point and proceeded to walk about 0.90 mile to the trailhead. This trail has not been worked for about 12 years so the first 0.20 mile of the old ranch road was badly overgrown. We employed two gas powered hedge trimmers to clear the brush in combination with our crew manually pruning back sage brush and small trees, digging out roots, installing several water drains and smoothing the trail. The trail was moved over out of a rut in several places. This first section of trail is very steep but we cleared it to the top where it levels out into grassland. We’ll start here next Saturday with two weed whackers and one hedge trimmer. The work should go much faster since a good portion of it is grassland. There’re still some short patches of brush to clear. We hiked back to the trucks and drove back to the parking area at the top of Serrano road arriving at about 3:15. The dirt road out of the valley on the drive back was almost dried out and posed no problem. Crew size: 13 (12 regulars and one non-regular) Hours worked: 7 Total hours worked: 91 Feet of trail cleared: 1100
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