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    We need lots of help hauling materials next weekend. If you have an atv,sxs,trail trailer please come out to haul some wood. All are 10' and are.easy to handle. We have 160 that need to be moved from the trailhead 3/4mi up the trail.

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    Where is this help needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shayno View Post
    Where is this help needed?
    Mile 91 Glenn Hwy. This weekend, May 24-26

    We will be loading the 18 wheeler Wednesday and bringing it up Friday. There is also a couple thousand pounds of smaller stuff, fasteners, tool boxes, genset, etc that needs to be moved up the trail

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    Is this a personal project or a volunteer thing? Is there anything provided?(beer, pizza)

    What's the trail like? How long is it? I have 4 wheeler and a rhino, and meat wagon.

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    It is a project our non-profit, the Mat-Su Trails Council, is doing. All volunteer. The thread asking for donations has a lots of details and links to the permitting docs on our facebook page.

    The trail is pretty tame and we will do a little clean up as we walk the excavator to the site. It is 3/4 mile from the trailhead.

    We don't have anything to offer other than the satisfaction of having been part of a great project. You did give me an idea tho. After it is completed and if we have any funds left maybe we can have a grand opening ceremony with a bbq.

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    We need all the help we can get moving these materials.
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    Sorry guys I won't be making it. Yesterday we just had our first baby! But I have a meat trailer if you guys need another trailer to haul stuff, you can borrow it.

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    hey sorry I couldn't make it. I hope it went well. We had our first baby boy this last Friday so needless to say I was busy.

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    Shayno, congrats!!! No worries, there will be other projects

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    Excellent job on the bridge snowbear!

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    Any pics of the progress?

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    The Bridge is complete.


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    Quote Originally Posted by murphyslaw View Post
    The Bridge is complete.

    Wow! You guys did a nice job!!!

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