Well just for future reference. According to the park police officer I just spoke to, you can not use a chain saw in the park and you cannot obtain a permit to do so. Axes and hand saws are ok for fallen wood only and get this. They won't stop you, but actively discouraged you from bring in your own firewood for fear of potential foreign disease carrying insects. So if asked tell them you got your firewood locally and that you'll burn it all up before you leave.
Post by Tony Daniel on Jun 5, 2014 11:09:33 GMT -5
Hey Matt we could use you whenever you think you can make it.
Hey everyone, a couple of last minute thoughts- the bridge height at Prince just before Army Camp is between 10 and 11 feet- there's a stoplight and its down to a single lane due to construction. Leave boats on vehicles until we're ready to use them and. prepare to double park at the army camp access. If your helping there's an ACA event form to fill out (just like we do at science camper) .
Post by Tony Daniel on Jun 5, 2014 17:25:23 GMT -5
okay helpers- plenty of jobs to do- someone to direct parking and double parking (we need to leave a small footprint) valet experience not required a couple of folks to help with registrations- check off who shows up, give them name tag materials, waivers, and packets I don't have all the papers put into the packets yet so I'll need a little help with that helping folks with boat fitting at around 11:00 wet exit practice for the newbies pod leaders and pod helpers safety boaters someone to check off the groups as they roll back in to army camp at the end of the day someone to collect money for wvwa tshirts, log books, in the campsite that evening, and in the parking lot at grandview sandbar on Sun. provide instruction to individuals as needed
Post by Tony Daniel on Jun 5, 2014 22:45:20 GMT -5
I went down and dropped off my camper van at army camp this evening . Dan and his daughter are already set up down there. So far we have two sites with club members and room for tents. So that leaves 4 or 5 sites still open. Two of the empty sites are marked handicap accessible but I haven't seen anything that says its handicap only.. The sign on the bridge says 9ft clearance but its closer to 11 or 12 ft. . Just in case you were wondering.