Placer County Crawlers and Slo Town Crawers Deliver Final Rubicon Rock Marker
Memorial Weekend 2020, marked the final chapter in a 10 year project by the Rubicon Trail Foundation to place markers at key locations on the trail.
Over the years, markers have been placed at the Kiosk, Intertie, Little Sluice, Old Sluice, etc. Most of them were delivered by the Placer County Crawlers. In May 2013, the majority of the rocks were placed, with the most difficult being Big Sluice rock.
This year, the Slo Town Crawlers and Placer County Crawlers teamed up to deliver the final marker to the Rubicon Springs. However, this time the rock almost didn’t make it! Due to a rollover on the Indian Trail descent, the rock spent a portion of the weekend waiting for reinforcements.
But the crew came back later in the weekend, and connected the trail to a new rig, and headed off to Rubicon Springs.
Later in the day, they MADE IT! The final rock had arrived!
The crew set out to place the rock and was able to take a celebration photo with the rock in place. Congratulations to so many who worked very hard to place these rocks on the trail.
Never forget…there’s always a ham! Thanks again to the Placer County Crawlers and Slo Town Crawlers.