I rode Turkey yesterday. If I hadn't read this I was gone take a DR out and work on it. I camping for a few days right down the street and will prob go down there and work on it some. Ill keep the 14th in mind and try to attend.
Rode Turkey yesterday and Nevin cleared trees with a handsaw during the initial ride then we went back in with the chainsaw to finish up the big stuff. Should be good to go for this weekend. Tread in surprisingly good shape and will be freakin' awesome after it's cut.
"Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught will we realize we cannot eat money." ~Cree Nation quote
Mini workparty today with certified sawyer Mark Hanna. Started at the end on FS 617A. Took about 4 1/2 hours to clear 4 1/2 miles back towards Key Rd. Too may trees to count (sorry B.L., no dog pics). Had to take the 3-mile bail-out. A lot of the trees along Stevens Creek had been cut previously, but flooding had moved them back onto the trail. The dips past the 5-mile are sloppy due to debris dams, but rideable. The "boardwalk" is a wreck. Hopefully some trail gnomes will clear the first 3 miles from Key Road soon and the trail will be all good again for some winter riding.