June 21 looks good for a trail work party. Trails 139 and 173, east of Sunset campground need brushing and some tread work. A fellow volunteer and I brushed a mile or so of each until we hit the snow. It should be mostly melted by June 21. I have also asked the Mount St. Helens District if they could hold a chain saw certification session at the same time. Loppers or hand saws would work for the brushing. The chain saw cert is needed for other trails. I will post the conditions as the snow melts and trails become accessible. I will also post the volunteer agreement on the GP web site, so volunteers can read it and respond back to me. Then riders can go out on the trails whenever they can, do trail work and report to me the hours, volunteer names and work done. I will also announce work sessions as they get planned. If you volunteer two days, you can send me your name and address and get a free Forest Pass. A Pass is needed at the Blue lake trailhead. We have at least one grid block project to do, no cert needed. The blocks are at the trailhead. We will haul them in on backpacks and place them. More on that later.