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NMRTA Annual Meeting - Friday, May 2nd!

It’s that time again! Please join us on May 2 (that’s a Friday) at 6:00 at the Lodge’s Pavilion in Cloudcroft for our ANNUAL MEETING. If you haven’t been to one of our annual meetings in the past, it’s notsomuch a MEETING but more of a casual, social gathering where we’ll feed you some free hors d’oeuvres, talk about what all the local Rails-to-Trails has done this last year and what we plan to do in the future, AND we always have a guest speaker. 152 more words

Rail Trail

Workday - April 19th!

What we’ll be doing: We will be working be working the same area as last month — on the upper part of the Bridal Veil Falls Trail repairing erosion damage and improving erosion control on the railroad We will have the necessary wood and hardware to begin rebuilding the large erosion control structure that was object of last work day’s demolition effort.  232 more words

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MARCH 2014 WORKDAY SUCCESS

Even though we had to reschedule this month’s workday at the least minute, we had another great turnout!  18 willing and able bodies showed up and met again at the top of the Bridal Veil Falls trail. 164 more words

Rail Trail

Riding the Railway | Day 1

Lunch time at Chatto Creek Tavern 

On the road again

Kia Ora, I have returned!
The above photos were taken on the first day of cycling the Otago Rail Trail and showcase some of the stunning scenery we encountered along our trip from Clyde to Lauder. 60 more words

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O'Keffe rail trail

Originally a steam rail line built in 1888 by Andrew O’Keffe to service Bendigo to Axedale, the line fell into disrepair before new life was injected in the form of a… 165 more words

Ankeny Wildlife Refuge

Greetings! I know we weren’t supposed to be hiking again until after our marathon this coming weekend, but we managed to sneak a quick one in. 466 more words

Hiking

Radio star

Val and I had a studio guest lined up for this week’s show who, at the last minute, was unable to make it. It’s school holidays and the Flipster had accompanied me to the… 134 more words

Radio