Author Archives: artstine
We are about to lose our OHV division and the grant funds we use to keep our trails ( this includes the Rubicon). Send a letter at this link and come to the open house meeting July 19 th. NOTICE … Continue reading
This coming weekend (7/8-7/10) a few of us were heading up to Cisco Grove with plans to run parts of Fordyce/Signal Peak/etc and also set up the next Adopt-A-Trail sign at the trailhead for Fordyce @ the Eagle Lakes entrance. … Continue reading
For folks with the tech license looking to upgrade a General license, the Livermore Ham Club is holding a cram/exam at the end of July: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0844aead28a6fa7-general
Agenda: June trips: We’ll have a report from John on the Rubicon run (lots of mechanical adventures to go around). Rene will report on the Livermore Rodeo Parade. Art will report on our Adopt-a-Trail run to the Rubicon last weekend … Continue reading
Ok, done with the blog upgrade – working on getting email ‘reply to post/comments’ working so folks can just reply to blog posts reliably by email.
I’ll be updating the blog software tonite to fix a number of bugs and security issues.
March meeting audio now available for your listening pleasure: http://madhatters4x4.com/blog1/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/March-2016-Meeting.mp3 Highlights from the meeting: Member dues for 2016 are almost all paid up – Darrel has a handful of people who need to pay or be subject to late fees … Continue reading
Unfortunately, the lawsuit filed by various OHV groups against the Tahoe National Forest closure of 800+ miles of routes was decided in favor of the Forest Service: http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/environment/article63054517.html Not sure whether there will be any further legal action at … Continue reading
This would be a great thing to help out with if folks can make it up there.
The Rubicon Trail Foundation has asked that the FOTR assist a work party to improve access to the RTF property. All the issues concerning the easement have been resolved and now it is time to make accessing the property more … Continue reading