We will meet at 9:30 at the Vedder trailhead parking lot. Roger will be leading the ride. He will packing a chainsaw and working along the way. Bring a lunch. Call Roger with questions.
The Annual Whatcom BCH Auction will be on Friday, February 23 at the Everson Auction Barn. Just a reminder our auction is only a couple of weeks away, please save the date! The auction committee has been working very hard to make sure our auction is a success but we need your help! If you […]
Here’s the newsletter for February
Hannegan Pass trail is currently closed due to landslide on parking area. No date for reopening has been announced.
We will meet at 9:30 at the Lost Lake/Clayton beach parking lot. It is 4.4 miles south of Old Samish Rd (Bellingham) on Chuckanut drive (HWY 11) Directions – Chuckanut Mountain – Lost Lake/Clayton beach parking lot Exit Interstate 5 at exit 250, Take Fairhaven Parkway West (toward Fairhaven) Go 325 feet (about a block) […]
The Kendall Community Resource Center received a call/notice from the Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife that there is quite a large wolf pack in that area. They stated that the pack has likely been driven down from Canada by the summer fires. They warned people to be aware and watchful of their children and animals.
It’s time to renew your membership for 2018. If you have not done so, please send in your membership form with check to Helen Almojera, PO Box 28607, Bellingham, WA 98228. The form is here. If you do not have a printer, let Fran know and she will mail you a form. You can also […]
Here’s the newsletter for January.
NEW YEAR’S RIDE CANCELLED! Roger went to Bryce Creek Camp today to check it out. Per email from Roger—he is cancelling the New Year’s Day ride at Bryce Creek Camp this coming Monday, January 1st due to snow and ice on the road. He said there is 3 inches of snow on the road to […]
Here’s the newsletter for December.
The Christmas Party will be on Friday, December 15th at the Alger Community Hall. The committee is currently on the details so more information after the meeting. If you plan to come, please let Fran know so we have an idea how many will be there. This year, Skagit Chapter was invited to join […]
Just a reminder the general meeting is this Wednesday, Nov 8th at Laurel Community Grange, 6172 Guide Meridian, Lynden, WA. Meeting starts at 7:00pm. Treats: Sheri Hathaway and beverages: Bill McKenna. Who ever […]
Here’s the newsletter for November.
Here’s the newsletter for October
Active logging near Lower Bryce Trail and the end of Ramble Trail. See the trails page for a detailed map of these trails: click on Vedder Trailhead, then the map link after the description.
Rocky and Joe will be going to Saxon on Tuesday, here’s your chance to check out that trail and help out! Please let Rocky know if you can make it—-send him an email at email@example.com.
Join us on October 14 for an autumn ride and lunch at Heady Trails. The ride will begin at 9:30. Lunch options are salmon or hot dogs. The salmon and accompaniments are $15 and the hot dog lunch is $10. Everyone is welcome to join the ride; a $10 donation is requested for the ride. […]
Here’s the newsletter for September. Remember Roger plans to be at Heady trails this Sunday, September 3rd to work on trails. Meet at Vedder trailhead at 8:30am. Roger will be taking 4 weed eaters. You can bring your horse or not, there’s work close by or can ride to one of the other trails that […]
Heady trails are brushy and need work. Roger will be leading work parties this coming Sunday, August 27 and the following Sunday, September 3. There will be 4 brushcutters available. Meet at the Vedder trailhead at 8:30 a.m. with horses or without. Bring your lunch. E-mail Roger at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Also, there have been […]
IMPORTANT INFORMATION USFS staff have been up to the Schreiber’s Meadows area and found a serious issue with the trail especially for stock. A flood event came down during the winter and covered the snow from the lower meadow, the first one you come to, to Rocky Creek, the glacier fed flow with the rocky crossing. […]