Heavy rain the night before, snow in the mountains, and a cold, extremely blustery morning did nothing to keep the dedicated volunteers from showing up for the annual Moose Anderson Days clean-up. About 66 volunteers started gathering around eight o’clock in the morning to volunteer for work parties and warm up with a cup of coffee.
Work crews this year were sent out to the Middle Knob area, a beautiful but little-known riding area that was in need of a little love. It's an unfortunate truth that even the most remote desert areas are often used as dumping grounds for household trash by those too lazy to drive it to the dump.
Read more: A Blustery Day for Moose Anderson 2014
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.
Read more: 2013 Moose Anderson Day a Success!