182 STEPS AND COUNTING 20171103 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

182 STEPS AND COUNTING 20171103 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

The new Osprey Trail is coming along. The diligent workers of the Trails Committee have added 35 more steps in the last week. This is a very special trail and click on this link to see the full article and picture of the volunteers who are bringing this to us: http://www.plvc.org/osprey-trail-progress

John Fillers
Chair, PLVC Trails Committee

NEW MAPS FOR HIKERS AND BIKERS 20170607 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

NEW MAPS FOR HIKERS AND BIKERS 20170607 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

NEW MAPS FOR HIKERS AND BIKERS

SEPARATE TRAIL MAPS FOR BOTH HIKING AND BIKING IN PORT LUDLOW ARE NOW ONLINE AT THE PORT LUDLOW HIKING CLUB WEBSITE!

http://www.portludlowhikingclub.com

These can be loaded to your cell phone as an app as well as to your computer. Click on MAPS and click on the one you want to see.

PAPER COPIES WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

The Port Ludlow trails were originally built for Port Ludlow residents to hike, but the Trails/Natural Resources Committee has selected some that are wide enough to accommodate both bikers and hikers safely.
If you are a biker, or the parent of a biker, please be sure that you/they use only those trails specifically designated for biking.

Trail courtesy is of the essence! Dog Walkers, please do not forget to pick up after your
pet and take the doggie bag home with you for proper disposal!

SCOTCH BROOM PULL AND LARRY SCOTT RETIREMENT 20170503 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

SCOTCH BROOM PULL AND LARRY SCOTT RETIREMENT 20170503 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

SCOTCH BROOM PULL AND LARRY SCOTT RETIREMENT

Please join us on Tuesday, May 9th for the annual Port Ludlow Scotch Broom pull. Volunteers will meet at the Bay Club at 9:30 a.m. to form teams and pinpoint locations. To reward the volunteers, there will be a complimentary barbecue (Brats and Burgers) afterwards at the Bay Club at 12:00 noon.

The Trails Committee would also like the barbecue to be a celebration for Larry Scott who is retiring from the Trails Committee Chairmanship after ten years of commitment to improving the Port Ludlow trail system. Larry Scott’s perseverance and hard work has played a major role in making the Port Ludlow trail system one of the best in Washington.

Even if you are not able to participate in the Scotch Broom Pull, please join us at the Bay Club at 12:00 noon on May 9th to show your appreciation for all the hard work that Larry and others do in order to make Port Ludlow a special place.

All are welcome. The barbecue is paid for by the Trails Committee. Please RSVP John Fillers at jd@jdfillers.com or (360) 215-4049 if you plan to attend so we can have enough food and drink available for all to enjoy.