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# Evan M (possibly painting, will review projects and update here) -H
 
# Evan M (possibly painting, will review projects and update here) -H
 
# Greta R (TBD) - H
 
# Greta R (TBD) - H
# Colin V (Hauling heavy shit, painting, whatever)- H
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# Colin V (Bridge building, hauling heavy shit, ferrying  2wd car people up the road, whatever)- H
 
# Bob 'can never get' Lai(d) (TBD) - H
 
# Bob 'can never get' Lai(d) (TBD) - H
 
# Sam Mason (bridge building sounds cool) - S
 
# Sam Mason (bridge building sounds cool) - S

Revision as of 16:15, 28 July 2009

Wiki page is a bit sparse, but this will improve as the date gets closer...

Phelix Reno Round 2

Message Board

We got a lot of work done on Reno-1 and the participants agreed that it was mostly fun. We have a lot of unfinished things to do up there; most don't require any special skills, just enough time to do the job well.

The general plan will be to do work on Saturday and Monday, and take some time off on Sunday to go climb some peaks. Even reno crews need to have fun.

This trip will be a great opportunity for new people in the club to have a good time in a beautiful setting. Not only will you get a chance to get into the mountains and scramble some peaks, you'll feel good having contributed to the maintenance of your hut. It is your hut, afterall, as a member of the VOC.

The trail in is fairly easy (VOC volunteers like you did a good job building it), so you don't have to be very tough to survive. There will also be a range of work which needs to get done, all of which is important, so you don't need to be a superhero to help out either. But if you happen to be fairly tough, somebody has to carry 5 gallons of paint and a chainsaw up to the hut - so we can use you too.

As for the peaks around the hut... if you're fast you can climb the 3 tallest Tolkien peaks in the same day and still have time for dinner. Gandalf, Aragorn and Shadowfax are all beautiful granite peaks, first climbed and named in the 70s by VOCers. Gandalf and Aragorn are both straightforward scrambles to get near the top of, with a difficult boulder problem to get onto their summit boulders (although Aragorn can be defeated with an easy shoulder-stand move, Gandalf is more tricky). Shadowfax has more complicated terrain, but can be hiked if you choose the right line, much line Peregrine to the south (Peregrine doesn't link up with the others as naturally, but I imagine you could climb all 4 if you were very fast and a bit late for dinner). I've already been to the top of all these, so I don't mind going a bit slower and making sure new people get up something. Check out some pictures from a similar trip two years ago here.

Dates

Pre-Trip Meeting

Thursday, July 30th @ 7 pm

There will be a pre-trip meeting on Thursday, July 30th, at 7pm in the clubroom. Let me know if you can't make it to the meeting but still want to come.

Trip

August 1st - 3rd, 2009

The trip will take place over the BC Day long weekend, that's Sat-Sun-Mon August 1-2-3. Again, there will likely be the opportunity for some people to stay up a bit longer if you can get the time off.

Projects

If you see a project that you like, please adopt it as yours. You will then be in charge of figuring out what is needed for your project, both in the way of personnel and materials and tools. Most stuff is already up there, personnel will appear, and you can get help when it comes to organizing as well.

Please look Here and see if there are any projects you want to claim as your own. Write it in beside your name on the participants list and email Veenstra and Roland about it. It would be great if people decided they wanted to own projects in advance, but receiving them in the parking lot is OK too.

Participants (-Car)

Indicate yourself here, and put projects you're keen to organize in brackets beside your name. There will be no limit on number of participants... I'm confident I can find work for up to 40, if we get them. And if we get more than 40 we'll just work less hard. We will likely bring tents, to allow for more painting with less fumigation. If you don't mind paint fumes you can also sleep in the hut.

  1. Veenstra (bridge building at outlet of lake, everything else that doesn't get claimed)
  2. Line
  3. Roland Burton -A
  4. Kevin Burton (painting) -A
  5. Dave Burton (probably) -A
  6. Jack Montpellier
  7. Matt Zieleman (have car willing to drive, not 4x4 or HC though)
  8. Anil Kumar
  9. Noriko Okamoto -A
  10. Rueben (don't want to attend pre-trip meeting if it can be avoided) -A
  11. Logan Buchy
  12. Sandra Nicol (mostly managing parental units, some reno, brownie committee)
  13. Scott Nelson
  14. Tom Nicol (Sandra's Dad)
  15. Julie Mussenden (Sandra's Mom)
  16. Chantelle Chan
  17. Urszula Paleczek (can't make meeting, needs ride)
  18. Evan M (possibly painting, will review projects and update here) -H
  19. Greta R (TBD) - H
  20. Colin V (Bridge building, hauling heavy shit, ferrying 2wd car people up the road, whatever)- H
  21. Bob 'can never get' Lai(d) (TBD) - H
  22. Sam Mason (bridge building sounds cool) - S
  23. Sophia Toft Moulton (sign making and/or outhouse moving?) - S

There is no limit on participants

Cars, Rides

  • Trooper (A) Leaving from near UBC after 5pm to drive up Friday evening and camp, maybe at Birkenhead Lake Campsite. Then we can get up early Saturday morning and get my carload on the trail before it becomes stinking hot.
  1. Roland
  2. Dave
  3. Kevin
  4. Rueben
  5. Noriko
  • High-clearance 4Runner (H)
  1. Evan
  2. Colin
  3. Greta
  4. Bob
  5. Free seat!!! (prefer kits or mount pleasant area pick up)
  • Low-clearance Corolla (S) Leaving from Richmond, would prefer to not pick up east of Oak St. but exceptions can be made if needed. Up for either camping Friday night at Birkenhead or leaving Saturday morning, depending on passengers.
  1. Sam Mason
  2. Sophia