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COSCA Annual Trailwork Day on the Conejo Crest Trail - building a bypass to the 'Descent of Death' on October 18, 2014
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Working on a drain that will direct the water off the side of the trail
Using a pick-mattock to dig a drain
People work in pairs. One uses a pick-mattock to loosen the dirt, then the other uses a MacLeod to scape the loose dirt away
Scraping loose rocks into a pile
Sometimes the easiest way to get rid of the rocks is to pick them up and throw them off the trail
This group is working on the new trail that will bypass the "Descent of Death"
This section of the bypass is nearly finished.
Ths new trail has only gotten this far
Digging out the stumps. They have strong and deep roots, making them hard to remove.
Steve Messer, president of CORBA and a trail crew leader. He's spent the morning digging out stubborn stumps.
Craig is determined to chop this stump out before it's time to hike back for the BBQ lunch
HIking out on the new trail
This section of the Conejo Crest Trail has had the loose rocks scraped off.
Volunteers enjoy lunch in the shade at Triumfo Community Park