A small but enthusiastic team including Craig, Frank, Paul and myself (Suddhayu) spent a day working on the small bridges at the base of the hill next to the Piscassic River.
Paul had a plan and some reclaimed wood, and the rest of us provided the labor. We were able to level and replace old wood on the longest bridge, which is presently flanked by beautiful marsh marigolds. We also lengthened and stabilized one of the shorter bridges that often gets displaced during flood season.
It was wonderful to spend time in the forest along the river with friends, to see the new leaves forming on the trees and the birds flitting through the wild roses and bamboo. We will have another bridge repair and path maintenance day on May 29th after 9:30am — all are welcome!