On our next hitch we were treated to nights indoors. We were again working with the other SCA-PCT crew but this time staying in a Forest Service cabin overlooking Lake Arrowhead and working in Deep Creek. We put in at Splinters Cabin and worked South doing some treadwork and the routine lopping. The other crew found some spots that would benefit from a retaining wall and worked with the PCTA and some rigging equipment. We moved ahead the first few days but then worked North from the cabin on some rock checks and drainage structures. Much of the trail was severely eroded and there were many sections where exposed rock made travel dangerous. It was an opportunity to employ our critical thinking and use a combination of techniques and structures we had learned earlier. Having been at it for three months it was a great to get a project that let us flex out creative muscle. Having learned the building blocks and essential elements of trailwork, the crew was able to begin combining and altering the concepts to create sustainable solutions. Unfortunately we forgot to photograph these amazing structures. But we had another fun hitch with ideal weather and a great time in the house with the other crew.