We recently hosted another USFS site visit for the proposed terrain expansion in No Name Basin. As part of the review process, we have held several of these visits with the USFS specialists, SE Group engineers and other stakeholders involved in the proposed project. We were fortunate to have the new Supervisor for the Pike-San Isabel National Forests (PSICC) join us for the day. Ultimately, this individual would be the one to sign the Decision Memo should the project be approved. The District Rangers from both the Salida Ranger District and the Gunnison Ranger District were also on the day tour of No Name Basin. So, this was an important step in the review process. We are hopeful that the Environmental Assessment will be published at some point in February which will then be followed by a few other steps that must take place prior to a decision. Meanwhile, a concurrent consultation process is ongoing for both wildlife and cultural resources within the basin. We remain cautiously optimistic in receiving USFS approval for this project that would then enable us to begin the two-year development of this area starting this summer. We will continue to provide updates on this process as they develop. Stay tuned and stay positive.