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Re: [ft-l] Richloam Trail

The honors should go to John Weary, the Section Leader, his Trail Masters,
Ann DeBaldo, Joan Hobson, Judy Weary, and Carolyn Willis, and their crews
of volunteers who maintain the trails in richloam. They put in 366 hours of
trail work in 1998, to keep the Richloam trails in excellent condition.
- Carl

On Mon, 1 Feb 1999, Diane wrote:

> I just wanted to say "Thanks for the Good Job" to whoever has
> been doing the maintenance on the Richloam Trail
> (Withalacoochee).  We were out on the north section last weekend
> and it's in great shape (well, except for the parts that the pigs
> dug up!).  This is a good trail to hike if you're looking for
> seclusion.  We were out from mid-day Friday til Sunday morning
> and didn't see another hiker, just a BIG pig and a pretty good
> sized gator.  Never did find the designated camping area near Old
> 50, either the sign was down or I just wasn't paying attention.
> There is a nice east-west connector trail that comes out at the
> Fire Tower that doesn't show on the Richloam maps.  Also, they've
> been burning on the area going south from North Carter Pond Road,
> so you might want to avoid that area if you head out that way.
> Diane
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