We brushed the trail for 3/4 of a mile on the PCT about 6 miles north of the Mission Creek Preserve. In addition, we installed 2 drain dips and repaired a water bar. The hardest part of the 3/4 mile that we brushed was a 40' riparian section that skirted Mission Creek. It was so overgrown that it took the four of us half a day to fully restore that section of corridor so that stock could pass. There are numerous sections like that little 40' stretch on the PCT in the Mission creek area. In addition to our short hitch in Mission Creek, we also worked at Whitewater Preserve for a day with volunteer Pete Fish. Together with Pete, we instructed many agency partners from the Forest Service and BLM in just exactly how we go about maintaining the trail. It provided us an excellent opportunity to express our thanks to the land management agencies for their support of our program, and to express our hope that they continue such support.