This is the continuation of that last post. If I type fast enough and get the photos loaded they may even land in sequence...let's see.
One team was in the White Mountain National Forest working along the Kangamangus (sic?)Highway. If you've never been along that scenic highway I HIGHLY recommend it. Even more so, stop at any of a number of access areas along it and have a spectacular hike. The SCA NH teams did some fencing, clearing, and bank reinforcments.
Team Two was doing some great "grunt work" at St. Gaudens. This is the only National Park in NH. August St.Guadens had an artist community just up the road from Claremont (You can stop by the SCA Charlestown National office while you are in the neighborhood but St. G's has bit more worth seeing ;-) The weeded a long hand laid brick path (reset by last years SCA NH team) did some trail work, and serveral tons of earth.
And Team Three was at Greenfield and Monadnock putting their newly acquired Chainsaw skills to work doing a lot of brushing and clearing. This was also the team, as previously written, that did volunteer days in the Salem Town Forest and at Camp Spaulding. All told they corraled over 70 volunteers in recognition of Americorps week.
The last picture is just a puzzle I presented at the NH Wild Expo. I had kids (of all ages) reconstruct an old carpenters bow saw.
Till the next, till the soil...unless you are part of that movement that doesn't till soil because of the run-off problems. Let's talk permaculture some time...