Drew Foreman, a man among other men and women, a 28 year old, person with much to do and little time to do it. There is so much to do in this great wide world, it is hard to figure out what to do with ourselves, so while I am figuring out what that is, I feel that the best thing I can do is good. This is the idea that brought me to the world of trail work and SCA. Here we go with a summary of the last three years my life; In 2007 I graduated with a B.S. in Environmental Science from Humboldt State in California, my home state. After this I chose to take some time to figure out myself, this became a bike and organic farm tour of New Zealand that flowed into a non committal job in San Francisco for a few months while I volunteered for varying community organizations, taught outdoor education in the Lake Tahoe area and looked for something better to do. This brings me to last season where I was fortunate enough to lead a traveling trail team on the Pacific Crest Trail, where I subsequently fell for the job. The long hours of arduous, back breaking, arm stressing, leg straining, beautiful views filled with great people. Who would turn down such an opportunity? I have recently (Feb-Mar) come off of a SCA leadership development crew where we were able to do some of the most amazing trail work I have seen to date, with rigging patients and the right tools anything is possible. Really, just go look at the work of the CCC. This brings us to my current position of project leader of the Ramseys Draft Wilderness crew, another position that I am amazed that I was given, working in the Wilderness all season with Crosscut saws and a great crew, what more could one person ask for, especially if they didn’t have to ask for it. Thank you and have a great 2010.