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Trail Work Session

Half Moon Trail
Half Moon Lookout Trail

April 5, 2008

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Crew Chief Lee Manning applies the chain saw to a blowdown partially blocking the trail.
Looking on from a safe distance, back to camera: Volunteer Bill Cooke.

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Volunteers Bill Cooke (foreground) and Jim Plitt prepare for some vegetation clipping now that the chain saw work is complete.

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Volunteer Jim Plitt lops a face-high overhanging branch as Bill Cooke stands back.

   
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The crew breaks for lunch at Half Moon Lookout.
From the left: Volunteers Bill Cooke, Leslie Manning, Jean Carlon, and Jim Plitt.

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Hard hats are set aside as the crew enjoys the sun during their lunch break.
From the left: Volunteers Bill Cooke, Leslie Manning, Jean Carlon, and Jim Plitt.

   
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The spectacular view from Half Moon Lookout.
Peaks in the middle distance on Great North Mountain include Big Schloss (irregular shape), Wolf Gap Knob, and Tibbet Knob. At the far right may be seen the cultivated fields of Trout Run Valley.

 
   

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