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Ash Meadows Day #4

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Day four got a little tricky. The morning was more carrying and transporting of rubbish, but the afternoon got tricky. There was one tiny little piece of fence in the middle of nowhere. Half the crew had ripped it out in the morning leaving my half to carry the rest of the rubbish back in the afternoon. There were no really large posts and most of the stuff wasn't too heavy. However we had to carry it for a 30 minute walk through swamps, bogs and streams. In very attractive waders:


I say waders. For me usually waders are waterproof. These had more holes than a second hand dartboard.

I'm still not sure why we had to rip out this fence. We were removing fences to make access easier for the general public. But no member of the general public in their right mind would ever wander out there. Even if they had good waders.

Posted by MrKWatkins 14:26 Archived in USA Tagged volunteer

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