SAT 11-9-19 ADAT Rolls area signing and repairs

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SAT 11-9-19 ADAT Rolls area signing and repairs

Post by -Spike- » Thu Oct 24, 2019 2:44 pm

We're heading into the Rolls for a day of signing and repairs. A key route out of the Pobrecito OHV staging area is FR1804, which in turn leads to a major arterial route, FR1863. We will sign 1804 as clearly as possible to help OHV traffic stay on the correct route.

At the east end of 1804 is a fun but eroded hill which needs some work. Typically this involves moving rocks and dirt around, so come prepared (gloves, shoes, hat, sunscreen, water, etc) if you want to be involved in that. We'll have tools along.

The Rolls is an area that Jeep Club Az has expressed interest in, and they were instrumental in previous repairs in the area. We 're hoping to see them again for this repair.

Meeting time and place-

There are two meeting spots for this event. If you'd like to help with route signing-
8AM at the Baja Gas Station near Ft. McDowell 10180 N Fort McDowell Rd, Fort McDowell, AZ 85264

Alternatively, Kevin and John and Co. will be at the Coffee and Crawlers event at the Tempe location of Desert Rat, 4453 S Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282. The event runs from 8am to 10am. After the event they will lead a group to the Rolls and the repair site.

TRAL will provide lunch for this event. If possible, please sign up for this event so we can get an idea on how much lunch to bring. Either register on the TRAL Event Calendar or reply to this thread. Please let us know if you plan on bringing guests. Look for the option to add a note if you register on the calendar.

Keep an eye on this thread for the latest updates.

Contact Richard Lillard at for information about TRAL's Adopt a Trail (ADAT) program.
Contact me via PM or if you are interested in receiving training to inspect the trails in Tonto National Forest, offered through the ADAT program.

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