Eight riders set out on the orange trail for what turned out to be an enjoyable working trail ride with lovely weather.  Katrina and her guest Bailey, Lesa, Sue, Ambrose, Ron, Lyn, and Herb participated in this 2 1/2-hour ride.  I want to thank all the people who showed up and helped turn this ride into a good work session.  I decided to get working points as well as riding time, and kill two birds with one stone. There are new multi-use trails in this area put in by the National Forest staff, that has made our equestrian trails difficult to follow, as well as painting over our markers or removing them. The forest service markers are painted directly onto the trees in bold splashes in either blue or pink.  Our equestrian trail markers are on painted metal squares.  If anyone is riding these trails, remember to follow only the metal markers or only the painted markers, as they are separate trails.  We repainted some of our metal markers, replaced some that had been removed, and got some off the ground as well as adding some additional markers in confusing places.  So far we have redone the yellow and orange trails.  My special thanks to Ron, Herb and Lesa, and all those that helped out.  — Katrina