Pivot 5.7 wrote:Ray,
lot of limestone will be needed for the new "hog wallers".
Hardy Har Wayne, you kind of panicked me with your terminology
I finally got out and did a few laps this morning, the trail appears to have done an incredible amount of drying in the last few days
, only a few damp spots left.
Looks like the most pressing thing right now to keeping the trail ready and enjoyable to ride is trimming the underbrush back some, It is not real bad right now, but unattended it will be soon.
Fellow riders report Hopper is in good shape also, but the Hard Tail Bridges could use some work.
So the plan for tomorrow looks like
1. trimming face slappers, and mark damp spots for future gravel
2. depending on turnout, have a couple of people go work on the hard tail bridges.
Remember, tomorrow is the April BREC/BRAMBA workday we will meet at the Comite parking lot tomorrow morning around 9ish and finalize our plans there.
Bring your bike for a ride after.