November/December were busy months for the Shore Corps. Our grads from the Builders Academy become patched members of the Shore Corps and continue their advanced training with specialty projects.
Over the past 6 weeks, the Corps has completed a 20 foot bridge over a wet zone on Forever After.
In below freezing conditions, the Corps completed the Academy Climb which served as training for the Academy for the past 12 months.
Finally, a wood structure (the Ogoflowgo) was added on Pennzoil over a severely eroded section giving options to intermediate riders to roll over it or advanced riders to air it out and will complement the new bypass (opening Dec 21) for intermediate riders while the rock roll is still in tact for advanced riders.
The Shore Corps: To Build, Protect & Maintain.
Check out the pics…
Members of the Shore Corps assemble the 20 footer on Forever After.
Before & after of bridge project.
Members of the Corps Jill, Gordo & Tom put in overtime to get the Ogoflowgo completed in one full day session on a dreary, wet day.
The Ogoflowgo-when in doubt, air it out!
Members of the Corps braved -4C conditions to open up the Academy Climb on Seymour, including our VP & President!
Before & After. The log removed from Cardiac Bypass was repositioned on the Academy Climb.