We need to fix the retaining wall at the Crestline launch.
I wasn't watching exactly where I was, stepped on the top railroad tie that's tilted, and darn near twisted my ankle.
I'm thinking we need to take off that top tie, move any dirt that's slid in there, reassemble that section, drill holes through for rebar, pound new rebar into place, and backfill.
I'm also thinking that that wall is just a little higher than is comfortable to step up with a wing on your shoulder, so maybe adding a triangular stack of 3 more ties in the parking lot would make a not-so-ergonomic-but-better-than-what-we-have stairway. and reinforce that section. At one time we were concerned about vehicles getting onto the launch, but anything that could go up a trio of ties could probably go up the existing stairway. I'm trying to remember if we still have concrete filled posts in it. Even a single tie at the bottom would probably work for me, but I suppose that's optional.
A couple of the top ties have split, and we might want to consider replacing them if necessary.
There are ties behind the Gator storage container.
I still need to come up with a list of tools and supplies we'll need, but first on the list is some volunteers strong enough of back to lift the ties, and weak enough of mind to actually volunteer.
rebar and something to cut it.
Auger bits ( in Gator storage) and several drills and battery packs.
Wheelbarrow and shovels
chainsaw to trim ties if necessary.
Anything obvious I'm missing?