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2022-01-25 at 21:36 - comment by Chuck
BTW maybe that was Don Schaef and the Shell Oiltimers Outdoor Club?
They treated me with this (holiday tipple.. Kirkland 12 yr blended scotch slightly bruised with maple syrup) left on my windshield a couple of years back!
Ahh... the memories
Secret Santa gift 2019
2022-01-25 at 20:37 - comment by Chuck
Please be careful, before rewriting our history:
The cabin was known as “Chapel in the Pines”.
Busy Redearth Fire Road
Report Submitted by KeithB
(trip) Date: Tuesday Jan 25, 2022
Submitted: Tuesday Jan 25, 2022 at 19:46
Warden’s Cabin aka Chapel in the Woods
Crossing Redearth Creek
Returning on Upper Road
Ray, Mary, Bill, Deirdre, Anne and me
The Redearth Creek parking lot was a busy place on our arrival.
A large group of Esso/Shell retirees greeted us but left ahead of us not to be seen again as their destination was Shadow Lake Lodge. We skied to the Warden’s cabin and, after lunch, returned on trail conditions matching those reported in Bob Truman’s Monday trip report. Minor ruts left by the grooming machine were well skied over on the down hill parts. Temperature to start was -11C at 10:00AM and -3C at 3:00 PM. We were all on waxable skis and VR40 and 45 worked well all day. Lower hills are getting scraped to an icy base. The chute down to the parking lot was very manageable with no evident ice under the soft snow. There is a lot of debris on the trail so a new covering of snow will be welcomed.
A beautiful sunny day!