One a month, on Saturday morning, the ranges are closed for work day. Target backers are replaced, trash dumped, and painting/repair/groundskeeping projects are taken care of. Sometimes you get a large crew. Sometimes only a few people show up. There's a membership discount for participation, so there's an incentive to come at least a few times a year.
Yesterday, only four of us attended. Since it was my turn to be in charge, it made my job easy. We replaced the backer boards, emptied all the trash, cleaned the clubhouse and the heads and called it good. That left us with some time before the ranges opened.
The club property is bordered on one side by a river. There's an old carriage path that runs along the river. We keep it open. A couple of times a year we walk the path with chain saws and brush clearing tools, then run a tractor with a bush hog along it. It's behind the ranges, so when shooting is permitted, this area is closed off.
It was just a chance to take a hike and see how many trees had fallen across the path. It's a beautiful part of the club property. Second or third growth trees just starting to get some size. The river high or low depending on the season. Lots of wildlife since hunting is not permitted and there's normally no one in the area.