In spite of the heat, high humidity, and the threat of rain, our Saturday work party began the task of improving the existing, slightly overgrown trail behind one of the the baseball fields. Although there is still work to be done on this trail, Committee members and volunteers made great headway in improving access on the most difficult section.Terrance Gallagher created and placed new signs pointing the way to the new, improved Bluff Walk, formerly the Riverview Trail. Despite the lack of dynamite, Terry was able to dig post holes in the unrelenting New England soil and firmly position 4x4 posts topped with his hand-crafted handsome signs.
Jim Taradine, Bill Dyer and Luis Isaza fill a hole in the trail that had been occupied by the remains of a large tree trunk. Grunting, sweating and lots of elbow grease were employed in moving that immovable object. Subsequently, weeds were removed and the trail and the hole were covered with a layer of wood chips.