Topic-icon This Saturday Harris Hill trail day.

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3 years 3 months ago #44300 by twright

Bradley, thanks for investing the time and coming up to HHE and spending some time growing some trail. hope you got some of those cases of Southern Tier Brew on your way home...







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3 years 3 months ago #44287 by twright

starting at 10am... would like to get down to work site, so not to interrupt the horse ride that will be moving through,, probably closer to 11am... let me know. check the facebook site for some recent photos

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3 years 3 months ago #44286 by Bradley

twright,
Huh, who would have thought fat could be so attractive. :lol:
Do you have a start time for Saturday, August 17th?
I'm hoping to make your work/play day at Harris Hill.


Long Live the Fest!!

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3 years 3 months ago #44269 by twright

more details coming but...things to keep in mind
I've got bids on gravel, looking into possible funding sources to help offset the costs.. please consider donating your bottles and cans to NAMBA or FCCG at Southside redemption center, just seperate plastic, cans and bottles..

1. Saturday Aug. 17th. work session at HHE, this is the same day that the Horse ride comes through,, plan to work while make their way through, and then ride after.

2. IMBA trail care crew coming October 11th. "presentation of better living through trails.. at 3:30.. place TBA... social at 6:30 at Hollyloft. October 12th, classroom training at Gerry Vol. Fire dept. afternoon work on a section of East Overland trail. Sunday morning,, ride,,,

3. after Aug. 17th.. and hopefully will have the gravel out there by then will address some of the issues that have developed and remain due to the wet riding...

4. still working on my trail badger 12,000.

ps. I like my fatbike...

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3 years 4 months ago #44262 by twright

Brad, thanks just pm me when you can make the trip, and I will make sure we get some work, food and a great ride in...

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3 years 4 months ago #44248 by Bradley

I'm willing to drive 2 hours to help Thom out & get a great ride in afterwards. Any other takers that live closer?


Long Live the Fest!!

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3 years 4 months ago #44233 by Brian

Thanks for taking the lead and all your efforts at Harris Hill. Much appreciated!

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3 years 4 months ago #44232 by twright

ok.. looking for some of the famous "tread tweak wnymba crew".. you know who you are, tweaking the tread with Lamberts and Mcleods,,,, would love to have some of you head down to HHE,,, plan a 1.5 hour work session, lunch and beverage provided back at the vehicles, then a ride. any takers? let me know if so, and what weekend works best for you.

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3 years 4 months ago #44231 by twright

the dotted area has been dragged. hope to get more done tomorrow

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3 years 5 months ago - 3 years 4 months ago #44157 by twright

a very rough idea of the progress on the new loop. the pink is what the Spring group work day completed.. the blue is what's been done since. most of it sort of rideable, but a few areas still need some work (so don't try). the yellow is flagged and partially trimmed, but the fern and undergrowth are working faster than I am capable of. as I get older I am working slower, so this loop might be open by end of August, as always let me know if you got time to help. tools on site, so you can ride down to work area.

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3 years 5 months ago - 3 years 5 months ago #44143 by kb voodoo

The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...
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3 years 5 months ago #44142 by Garick

El Chupacabra?

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