Saturday, September 14, 2013

End of Season for Meadow Roving

Summer seems to have ended and fall is rapidly move onward too.  Thus our days of meadow roving are also coming to an end as the meadows will soon be covered with snow.  The last official day of roving at Sunrise will be on October 6.  As the WIC prepares to close for the season, I will be collecting all of the radios and the logbook.  At Paradise, roving will continue daily through October 14.  During the following three weekends, radios will also be available at the JVC.  This of course holds if we have meadows instead of snow fields.  November 3 will be the last day for meadow roving for this year at Paradise. 

We are currently looking for a volunteer to coordinate the snow roving at Paradise on weekends and holidays or a couple of people who would like to trade off the duties. Housing at Tahoma Woods would be provided.  Contact me at or Kevin Bacher at . 

I have truly enjoyed working with each and every one of you this summer.  You have made my job so much easier with your enthusiasm and your "never give up" attitudes no matter how crazy the trails became.  I look forward to roving with you next summer.

Maureen McLean
Coordinator MORA Meadow Rovers

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