Good morning from hellsaroarin! The pictures below depict the work we did this fall hoping to save the Horse creek bridge In hellroaring. There was a huge log jam with hundreds of trees ready to take it out next spring during high water. Having packed many of these bridges in, I know the work and value their safety and usefulness crossing in high water or when it gets icy. Cutting legs of animals. Not criticizing anyone for not completing cutting it out. There was a tiny bit of work done on i . With covid it was a rough year? Anyway, my crew waded In freezing water for two full days crosscutting chopping dragging hundreds of logs out by hand and with horse. Pushed many under bridge to float away in spring. Peyton, Hamilton, Marius, Cole, Colten — damn fine work !!!!!!! I always try and leave the wilderness better than I found it. We cut out over 2000 trees by hand also and removed dang every rock on most trails I use. Cleaned well over a 100 water bars. I absolutely hate hate meetings talking about what needs to be done. I just love to be busy no matter what. I enjoy doing trail work.

Respectfully, Warren


Work being done on the Horse Creek bridge In Hell Roaring