May 30, 2008

San Antonio Ski Hut Work Party

If you're free this Saturday, Mount Baldy's San Antonio Ski Hut needs your help:

Dear Friend of the San Antonio Ski Hut: In addition to the Fall Work Party scheduled the weekend of June 7th , we will have a one-day Work Party, Saturday May 30th. We will meet 10:30 am at the San Antonio Falls Rd. gate, to help carry supplies. We will be carrying 2x4's, 1x6's, and possibly food/beverage and other related items up to the Hut. Please come prepared with a large backpack AND some rope/cord and/or tie downs, strapping, etc. This will be a BYOB trip. No meals will be provided. Participants will earn a full-weekends credit towards Host Qualifications. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST RSVP Work party reservations normally fill to capacity within 48-72 hours, so do not delay your RSVP. We are also still in need of additional participants for the June 7th weekend. Please email me if you would like to attend. Please reply to this email to RSVP. · Work Party participants will be required to sign a release waiver · Please bring a large backpack, so you may help ferry supplies. Small backpacks will not cut it. · No animals allowed at the Work Party. No children this Work Party. · Be prepared to carry heavy loads, work hard and eat good. · We encourage new Hosts. Please bring someone with you to the work party you think would make a good Host. We will be qualifying new Hosts via Work Party's. · Please bookmark our website. The site lists current "Host Schedule" contact info, and work party dates. · Hosts are encouraged to contact Gil Estrada prior to their scheduled Host weekend, to see if there are any supplies that might need to be carried up. · Please conserve firewood. Reservations will be confirmed by email, with additional instructions forwarded on an "as needed basis" as the date approaches. Gil Estrada Hut Chairman 2206 Silver Tree Rd. Claremont, Ca. 91711 909-624-8224
Andy Lewicky

ANDY LEWICKY is a Los Angeles-based writer and photographer who enjoys good books, jasmine tea, long walks in the rain, and climbing and skiing the big peaks of the California Sierra. email | follow

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