We did a pre ride yesterday and providing we don’t get an offer we can’t refuse we can do the Reiter Foothills ride on 8/4. Will ride to a waterfall lunch destination. Ride length 7-8 miles. 10:30 ride out time.Bring a Snack and chair to share back at trailhead with history of project. Go to 429th Ave SE Gold Bar WA off May Creek Road. Continue to the end of the road. The trailhead is small so park accordingly. Bring loppers or pruners so we can continue to improve the trails.
Cathy and Cheryl
The only response(s) I received was either I can’t go, but would like to or silence… So, If you were planning to go, you should still do so and camp at either Teanaway campground or Indian Camp. There is a work party at the Teanaway campground that you could join. I know a couple people attending. I might too at this point.
Find details for the work party at the following link:
TD Ride June 23 & 24
RSVP to Tamara by 6/18.
Directions: take I-90 east, exit at Cle Elum and follow highway 970 as if you were heading to Wenatchee over Blewett pass.
A few miles outside of Cle Elum (past the Flying Horseshoe Ranch) turn left onto the Teanaway Valley road using the left turn lane.
About 7 miles later you will cross the river, then turn left onto the West Fork Teanaway road.
At the Y by the fire station, stay to the left or straight. The entrance to the campground is on the left.
The TD ride at Wenas/BBQ Flats is coming up on Memorial Day Weekend
Discover pass required.
Ride Host: Doug Barber
We will be camping at B-B-Q flats. It’s at the end of the Malloy rd. About maybe a mile and half from the end of the blacktop. Please drive slow when passing thru the farm area. There are only 2 roads from the blacktop. One being the N Wenas / Audobon rd, which you don’t want to go on, and the Malloy Rd. Take this one.
Memorial weekend in beautiful downtown Wenas, You will have the privilege of using modern cement outhouses, you will have the privilege of your very own creek for stock water, you will have the privilege of deeper spots in the creek to park your lawnchair. Just remember the new riders will be fetching beer for your elders.The last rig/family to pull in will be in charge of the potluck on Sunday nite, duties include organization, time , location at their camp, firewood,garbage, cleanup. The whole area is known for easy to decent riding. There are trails and trails and old logging roads, and about any place you want to take off and go cross country. There is a lot of water available thru out. It’s a great place for all levels of horse and rider. The ride out sat will LEAVE at 10:00 am, so bring a lunch. Sunday rideout a little latter….still bring a lunch tho ! Refer to the TD Maps to determine your desired route. Remember your Discover Pass . Bring Firewood if you can. Watch for TD pie plates ( that’s white pie plate with the letters TD written on them ), and our sandwich boards . If you have any questions, feel free to call or text…425 280 0768. E-mail me MULETAIL@msn.com. And please, don’t be afraid to ask the older members how to do something. So really come and enjoy, that’s what its all about.
Your Fearless Leader Doug
From East Wenatchee on Hwy 28 west of Quincy near mile post 25 (just past the rest area) go south (right turn) on White Trail Road (also known as Rd U NW.) go about 5 miles to the entrance to the Quincy Lakes area on the right. Rd U NW turns into Rd 5 NW. Look for the entrance on your right to the Quincy Lakes area.
From Vantage on I-90 take Hwy 281 (about halfway between Quincy And George) turn west on White Trail Road (also known as Road 5) at Colockum Ridge Golf Course to the entrance to the Quincy Lakes area on the left side of the road. When entering the Quincy Lakes area, it is about 2 miles to the end of Burke Lake.
Look for the TD signs for our camping area.
We will either be located:
A) directly across from Burke Lake. As you are driving south past Quincy Lake on your left, continue until you see another lake on your left (Burke Lake) and a concrete outhouse on your right, there is camping near the outhouse.
B) Continue driving past Burke Lake, look for a road to the left, just before the reservoir. There is a larger area to camp.
Our first choice is location B, next to the Evergreen Reservoir. Second choice is location A, at Burke Lake.
Discover Pass required!
Our New Year’s day ride was postponed due to the Equine virus scare. We rescheduled it to this coming weekend. By the time I contacted the Pilchuck Treefarm, they had already scheduled another group to use the lunch stop on Saturday
Sooooo……our New Year’s day ride will be this coming Sunday, 2/4. Both gates will be unlocked by 9am so you can enter from whichever side is most convenient. Please close the gate after you enter. There will be no designated ride leader. If you don’t know your way around, please ask any of our members if you can tag along with their group.
There will be a potluck starting at 1 pm.
Christmas party is December 15, Trails End Tap House & Restaurant in Snohomish – 6:00 cocktail hour – dinner at 7:00
Tis the season of giving.
Please bring Christmas unwrapped stocking stuffers for FOSTER Children ages 2 to 18. We would like to help
Tani Latham with her foster child fundraiser.
Everyone that brings a stocking stuffer will be entered in a drawing.
Winner will be chosen that night.
Come meet our guest of Honor, your BCHW President Cathy Young
Dinner will available to order through the Eagles and will be having a dessert Potluck.
So bring your favorite dessert to share
At the Eagles Dec. 6th at 7pm.