It was another day of volunteering, raffles, and burgers at Moose Anderson Day on Saturday, April 27.
The weather was warm, the wind was down, and spirits were high when everyone started gathering to sign in, have some breakfast, and collect their lunch tickets. Volunteer work crews spent the day installing new benches, picking up trash, and clearing tamarisk, among other tasks put before them. When they returned in the afternoon well-earned burgers were already sizzling on the grill. The rest of the day was spent chatting with friends, talking to visitors, learning a little more about tortoises and fire safety and, of course, anxiously awaiting the start of the raffle.
We would like to thank, from the bottom of our hearts, the volunteers who made this Moose Anderson Day such a success. The work you did is a visible example of the dedication OHV enthusiasts have toward preserving their favorite OHV areas.
Check out the photos below for more!
Volunteers signing in
Picking up Raffle Tickets
Getting ready to head out.
Truck getting ready to head out for an afternoon of work.
Clean-up crew (thank you Mr. Roger Vargo of Explore Historic California for the on-the-job photos!)
Setting up for lunch.
Volunteer cooks showing off their skills.
Getting down to the business of grub.
Mr. Bob wants his too!
T-Shirt pick up time.
One of the vendors discussing their wares.
Ambassador tortoise teaching about tortoises and tortoise habitat.
Hope you'll join us again next year!