The Buckaroo Ride is open to all members and their guests. The focus for the weekend will be kids and family friendly activities. Bring your kids, your grandkids, your nieces/nephews or neighbor’s kids. If we have confirmation of enough kids joining us, it would be nice to organize some kid friendly activities besides riding & river time.
Campers must be self-contained, this is a private residence. If we have a confirmation of 20 or more people coming by Friday 6/23, I will reserve a Port-a-potty. Plenty of room to set up hotwire corrals or highlines for horses.
There is usually a high fire danger so there will be no fires or briquettes allowed.
For more details contact Beth Ferris. Please RSVP by Monday July 24th.
Buckaroo Ride location: Private residence on the Middle Fork Teanaway Valley Road, just past the end of the pavement, look for the last house on the left. Drive past the barn & camp near the trees. Look for TD signs.
Regular TD ride rules will apply: Leave No Trace is a must, Saturday night Potluck dinner, no dogs on rides. Don’t forget your bathing suits & water sandals for river time.
Snohomish County Parks, Recreation and Tourism is in the early stages of developing a Site and Management plan for Lord Hill Regional Park. It’s extremely critical for horse riders be involved in the parks future. Please drop in and fill out the questionnaire to have a voice in the Equestrian planning of the park.
- Questionnaires can ONLY be obtained at the Open House, Wednesday, June 21, 6:00 to 7:30 pm, in the 4H Barn at the Evergreen Fairgrounds.
- There is no formal meeting. Check out the planning maps and fill out the county parks questionnaire. This is your park! Be involved in the saving and planning of the equestrian trails. Your opinion does matter.
Can’t wait to SEE you there! Bring your friends!
The work party at Haney Meadows is coming up. We will be cleaning camp and clearing trail. Doug Barber drove up to the campground on June 14 and reports that the road is clear and in good condition.
Please contact Cathy Nelson if you are planning to attend.
Where: Ken Wilcox Horse Camp at Haney Meadows
When: July 1-4, 2017
Potluck on Monday night
Bring your gloves, your favorite trail work tools and a hard hat. If you do not have a hard hat, please contact Tamara King. This is an official work party, not solely a club pleasure ride so we are following USFS safety rules, which includes everyone wearing hardhats.
There is no nice way to say this… so, please note: the goal is to work as well as play and the expectation is that all TD members in attendance will pitch in for the camp and/or trail cleanup work.
Please see the USFS Job Hazard Analysis for Trail Maintenance
Click here for a map to Haney Meadows