Fellow trail users, men and women, young and old;
You promised yourself that you would lend a hand toward the maintenance of the bike trail this year, but....
Well, Monday is your last opportunity in 2012 to act on that promise.
You are invited to join a group of devoted trail workers for a 2 hour session on Monday December 31st from 2:00-4:00 at Miamiville. We'd like to introduce you to the pleasure of trail work. New Year's Eve Day will mark the 2nd anniversary of our first work session on this segment of the trail.
We will provide the necessary tools. High-viz yellow vests and gloves will be provided for all volunteers, as well as safety glasses and hearing protection for those working with or around power tools.
What to wear:
- Sturdy shoes - safety-toe boots if you've got them. No open-toe shoes.
- Long-sleeve shirts & jackets - so you can go hand-to-hand with the brush.
Meet us at the "abandoned road" that parallels the bike trail in Miamiville behind the Village Grocery. Miamiville is south of Loveland and north of Milford. If you want to see it on Google Maps, here's the link: The Village Grocery in Miamiville
Directions from points north: Take the Wards Corner exit #54 from I-275. (one exit after the Loveland exit if you are heading east). Turn right and follow Wards Corner road down the hill through beautiful rolling country toward Miamiville. Shortly after crossing the bike trail you will turn left onto Rt 126 for about a tenth of a mile. Immediately after crossing the bike trail for the second time, turn right onto the "abandoned road" that parallels the trail.
Directions from Milford: Immediately after crossing the bridge from Milford turn right onto Rt. 126 and drive for about 3 miles then turn left following Rt. 126 past the Village Grocery and turn left onto the "abandoned road" immediately before crossing the trail.
We will meet you there at 2:00 on New Year's Eve day!
(To contact me, use the info below; if you just "REPLY" to this email, it'll go to Adopt-a-Trail, not me...)
Trail adopter, Camp Dennison/Miamiville segment,
Friends of the Little Miami State Park