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Old 05-19-2012, 4:17 PM
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Best time to shoot is in the morning anyways IMO...

FWIW, ever since I purchased a Deagle I got into reloading and now it is just habit to grab every piece of brass I see that is not .22.

As far as leaving trash behind, only the stuff that is quick to break down like clay pigeons.

I wonder if the rangers were able to install garbage bins or something midway down if more people would throw their garbage into them instead of leaving it all behind. Then of course all the RBSOB would start showing up and chucking all kinds of crap in there too so nevermind I see why...


I've posted a couple of times where the dumpsters are over at Cranston Ranger Station .

I try to contact people when they are shooting at tell them FTF where the dumpsters are

Today I met a huge group that was from Long Beach (, They were having a bachelor party....... Shooting first ........Then Party tonight )
They came all the way from Long Beach . The reserved a spot at Burros Range but when they got there ...They were told they were sold out

I met them as they were setting up and told them where the dumpsters were
Not only did they clean thier mess when done ...They took out a few boxes of other stuff ............
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Our Efforts are working !!!!!

I was up in the canyons today and met up with 2 of the OHV ( Off Highway Vehicle ) guys were on patrol
One of them was the main guy
They asked if I was the one who installed the signs
They thought it was Great !!!!!!
They noticed how much cleaner it is out there and Wanted me to pass along a 'Thanks " to the Cal-Gun people who made all this happen

Sounds like our efforts are making a differance
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I would like to thank the Calguns clean up crew for their hard work.
If it wasn't for you doing these clean ups there is a good chance that area would have been shut down for ever.
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EatDirt and CalGuns,

First of all, let me THANK YOU for your efforts!!!

I am the Liaison Coordinator for the Adopt-A-Trail program in the San Bernardino National Forest. We have about 4000 volunteers that survey and maintain roads and trails throughout the SBNF.

A couple years back, I personally surveyed all the roads/trails in the San Jacinto Mtn range, of which were reported to the aforementioned Dave Bentley.

Bee Canyon was a point of interest due to the "1 percent-ers" that do not care about preserving the longevity of their available recreation spots. Sadly, they will be the first people to react negatively if/when it is ever closed. It is organizations like yours that will work hard to press the system to keep the views of our recreations in balance.

This is why I want to commend you on your pro-active actions. It is these efforts that you have coordinated, that will help preserve what we have left.

About 6 weeks ago, I purchased my first 'real' handgun. I visited Bee Canyon a few times and hauled out a lot more crap than what I hauled in, including 2 5-gallon buckets full of brass.

Yesterday, I presented my wife with her Birthday gift and we went shooting. After which, we began to survey 5S09. I'd like to THANK YOU FOR PROVING ME WRONG!!! Enroute to 5S09, my wife and I came across your signs reflecting your previous efforts to clean up the last 3 box canyons in Bee Canyon.

Great job and Thank you!!!

The AAT program is the driving force to not only maintain roads and trails, but also to maintain the provision for accessibility to all other recreations. I will try to get of work off to join you guys on the work day.

If you ever feel the urge to continue your efforts in maintaining and outreaching for responsible recreation, I would love for you to follow up with me to discuss what potential you have in the AAT program.

(This is being forwarded Greg Hoffman, the OHV Programs Manger of the San Bernardino National Forest.)

Sincerely,
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EatDirt and CalGuns,

First of all, let me THANK YOU for your efforts!!!

I am the Liaison Coordinator for the Adopt-A-Trail program in the San Bernardino National Forest. We have about 4000 volunteers that survey and maintain roads and trails throughout the SBNF.

A couple years back, I personally surveyed all the roads/trails in the San Jacinto Mtn range, of which were reported to the aforementioned Dave Bentley.

Bee Canyon was a point of interest due to the "1 percent-ers" that do not care about preserving the longevity of their available recreation spots. Sadly, they will be the first people to react negatively if/when it is ever closed. It is organizations like yours that will work hard to press the system to keep the views of our recreations in balance.

This is why I want to commend you on your pro-active actions. It is these efforts that you have coordinated, that will help preserve what we have left.

About 6 weeks ago, I purchased my first 'real' handgun. I visited Bee Canyon a few times and hauled out a lot more crap than what I hauled in, including 2 5-gallon buckets full of brass.

Yesterday, I presented my wife with her Birthday gift and we went shooting. After which, we began to survey 5S09. I'd like to THANK YOU FOR PROVING ME WRONG!!! Enroute to 5S09, my wife and I came across your signs reflecting your previous efforts to clean up the last 3 box canyons in Bee Canyon.

Great job and Thank you!!!

The AAT program is the driving force to not only maintain roads and trails, but also to maintain the provision for accessibility to all other recreations. I will try to get of work off to join you guys on the work day.

If you ever feel the urge to continue your efforts in maintaining and outreaching for responsible recreation, I would love for you to follow up with me to discuss what potential you have in the AAT program.

(This is being forwarded Greg Hoffman, the OHV Programs Manger of the San Bernardino National Forest.)

Sincerely,
Michael P
Welcome to Calguns! Thanks for the kind words, it is nice to hear that from someone in your position and I am sure all of us that have helped clean the canyons feel good that it is being noticed.

It's funny when you are driving to the dumpsters with a full load of trash there are always people shooting in other canyons that stop and look, take a double take look again and point. I have wondered what they think, are they bringing it or taking it away? Now that Eat Dirt made the signs it will be evident to them what is happening.

I talked to Eat Dirt the other day and were thinking of another clean up before it gets hot. Bring your new gun and have some fun with us shooting after we clean up a bit. I have met a bunch of nice people and everyone always brings something different to shoot and share.

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@mp330, Please do come join us for a clean up/plinking day that would be fun
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MP330 ,
Great to have you here .
I want to Thank You for all the nice words but I couldn't of done these clean -up without the People of Cal-Guns who Volunteer their time , use up their gas . and put in the sweat and elbow grease to get this done

Like 'Chklynps' who comes out with his kids all the way from Anza . other members from Temecula , Riverside and beyond have came out here to lend a hand to show what they can do to perserve a Jem of a shooting area .
To show to others that people in the shooting commiunity are concerned about the land and what happens to it
I've met some people out there that think it's their right to have a place like this ,, But in reality
it's a privilege to have a spot like Bee Canyon
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I would also like to thank you MP330 for the kind words. Although the canyon is getting cleaned slowly by surely by the efforts of Calguns members, I would like it to be known (tho he may protest) that RON (Eat Dirt) is the one who is responsible for organizing these various cleanups. He has also built up a rapport with the Rangers and Forest Service personnel from the nearby Forest Service Station. They now know us to be the type of responsible people and shooters who want to ensure Bee Canyon remains open for all.

He has been shooting in Bee Canyon for over 30 years (which makes him a bit on the older side) and he has seen the changes that have occurred during this time. It has been his unselfish efforts that have led to our members not only discovering this shooting area, but pitching in to try and keep it clean.

Kudos RON for your hard efforts!
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He has been shooting in Bee Canyon for over 30 years (which makes him a bit on the older side) and he has seen the changes that have occurred during this time. It has been his unselfish efforts that have led to our members not only discovering this shooting area, but pitching in to try and keep it clean.

Kudos RON for your hard efforts!
Hey ,,,,,,,,What's with this " On the older side" ??
Just cause I remember watching the T.V. in Black and White

What I do out there and on the forum is because I enjoy it / Not looking for any name in the paper stuff

Nothing like seeing a Father with his son out there / Teaching him or her how to shoot
Even seen Grandparents out there with the Young'ins

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Well.......About time to get another Canyon Clean-Up going

How About

Saturday.......June 9 th .....9:00 AM

I'm sure Canyon # 1 could use some 'Help"
Pleanty of parking at that one !!
Closer to the dumpsters at the Ranger station
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Well.......About time to get another Canyon Clean-Up going

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Saturday.......June 9 th .....9:00 AM

I'm sure Canyon # 1 could use some 'Help"
Pleanty of parking at that one !!
Closer to the dumpsters at the Ranger station
Count me in! More parking is good, if there are as many cars as last time at least we won't need an air traffic controler
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My gf and I are in.

Just came back from shooting at canyon 1 and took out 2 bags of trash, a couple of bowling pins, a steel plate, some plywood and a 5ft 2x4 and still didn't make a dent.
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Anyone near LA have an extra seat? I would love to go help clean but I cannot afford to travel such a distance in my gas guzzler :/
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The Forestry is Really taking notice what Cal-Gun Volunteers have done in Bee Canyon

Sunday ( May 29th )

Here's the link to the story ::
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...02#post8661102



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Well.......About time to get another Canyon Clean-Up going

How About

Saturday.......June 9 th .....9:00 AM


Next SATURDAY it is ........................

Anyone else coming out ............................
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@ eatdirt.. can a car make it back to the first canyon? thinking about going tomorrow!
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@ eatdirt.. can a car make it back to the first canyon? thinking about going tomorrow!
Yes /// 100 %

first 2 canyons are smooth all the way

The road was just smoothed out for the big rigs to take out the harvest of the Grapefruit trees above
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first 2 canyons are smooth all the way

The road was just smoothed out for the big rigs to take out the harvest of the Grapefruit trees above
Thanks! looks like i will be heading that way over the scorching hot desert
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So far for June 9th clean-up 9:00AM

Eat Dirt
chknlyps2 and a kid or 2
DavidR310 and girlfriend
socalbowhunter

Any other takers????

Eat Dirt will bring trash cans and hand tools, I will bring cans and hand tools and my truck to haul trash and I will try to bring a case of water.
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THAT'S GREAT !!!!!!
The group is growing .....................

I'll bring a pop-up sun cover just in case
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Ron,
Sorry that Linda and I will have to miss this clean up so I won't be bringing the coffee. We're right in the middle of tiling the house (what a freaking mess) plus our grandson is flying in from Texas Saturday. We'll be to the canyon shooting sometime while he's here and I can guarantee we'll be cleaning up after ourselves. I want him to see and use the canyons, but be responsible as well.

Have fun out there and be safe.

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I'll be going again, but this time I'm only going to carry the trash cans to the dumpster with my truck and watch you guys dump the trash into the dumpster. No cleaning for me as the resulting back pain is too intense.
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My mom just had foot surgery last Thursday, If I can get out I will be there in my accord. So I wont be able to haul off much maybe brass.
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My mom just had foot surgery last Thursday, If I can get out I will be there in my accord. So I wont be able to haul off much maybe brass.
No problem about haulling, Retired just posted he is bringing his truck and I am bringing mine. we just need help gathering all the bits and pieces of blown to heck crap into the cans.
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I'll be going again, but this time I'm only going to carry the trash cans to the dumpster with my truck and watch you guys dump the trash into the dumpster. No cleaning for me as the resulting back pain is too intense.
Glad to have you out there Bill..
We can always use another 'Supervisor '

You're help we be greatly appericated
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How long does a cleanup take? I have a long way to come and have to pick up a truck in Riverside first, wonder if there will be any cleaning left for me. I will have a truck and trailer/big winch, so plenty of hauling ability.
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How long does a cleanup take? I have a long way to come and have to pick up a truck in Riverside first, wonder if there will be any cleaning left for me. I will have a truck and trailer/big winch, so plenty of hauling ability.
We start at 9:00 or earlier if people show up before 9:00

Then usually done by noon
Weather should be Great !!

Most all the trash is small stuff / shot up targets.,,food wraper trash,,,empty ammo boxes..just plain 'ol shot up stuff
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Eat Dirt didn't mention it, but he was driving his Rhino thru the canyon last weekend and saw a black pickup and two guys who were shooting at one of the canyons we had cleaned up. He went over and said hi and they hi'd him back.

He drove away and when he returned, he saw them driving away down the dirt road. As he drove by the canyon, he noted the signs had been shot up with a .45 and destroyed. He caught up with the guys and asked them about it. They first denied it and said they had been shot up when they arrived, but when he told them they were fine when he was there before, they admitted it and gave him money to replace the signs. Some people. At least they gave him money so he could replace them.
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Hey guys, I'll be there with the family around 8ish, Where do you normally meet? at canyon 1,2, or at the begining of the road? (Trying to avoid a parking dilemma)I will have my truck so I can haul some stuff to the dumpsters. Any other suggestions on stuff that might be needed?
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Hey guys, I'll be there with the family around 8ish, Where do you normally meet? at canyon 1,2, or at the begining of the road? (Trying to avoid a parking dilemma)I will have my truck so I can haul some stuff to the dumpsters. Any other suggestions on stuff that might be needed?
GREAT ...Glad To Have Ya .............

Someone did a little clean-up at No.1
So...........
Canyon # 2 NEEDS the help

Canyon # 2 it is !!!!!

We will park at Canyon #1 and # 2
I'll have caution cones and Signs out
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Alright, sounds good! I will see you guys tomorrow!
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Looks like a small brush fire broke out around there, any info about if it's near bee canyon? I went to riverside county fire incident page, and it says the fire is at 60 acres and it's location is at Indian creek rd. is that anywhere near bee canyon?
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Per Eat Dirt, the fire is not affecting Bee Cyn., so we will be good to go tomorrow unless he updates this. The fire is on the Soboba reservation.
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Just got home from the Canyons
We went out to check on things
There was 2 Foresty Helio's was getting water from the ponds near Double-Check ( on the road going into the canyons )
Hung out for a while with a female Foresty person who was keeping a eye on the road ( keeping people out just in case )
But All is good for tomorrow
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Old 06-08-2012, 8:49 PM
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When I got done fueling cdf planes at Hemet ryan pilots said, just mop up was left.
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Old 06-08-2012, 8:55 PM
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Activity level 1 for tomorrow so shooting all day.
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