I headed out for a scout ride Sunday the 21st, clearing what I could with one person ( no tools ), making sure not to harm the trail. I can confirm what was expected after the storms/wind. Much mud and dsoft areas from water runoff in lower areas ( stay clear of anything past the stairs if trying to avoid mud ). I would give the trail a 60% ready grade; although much of the trail was ridable, many areas were soft or muddy.
A trail day with saws/chainsaws will be needed ( or Bloomer can be turned into a trail of log rollovers . . . ). I lost count of how many were actually down, but The first I encountered was protruding into the trail, so I managed to move it, the next is located ( not being too familiar with bloomer nicknames ) right after the big switchback heading into the lower ridge, this one is shown in the picture below. The trail after the lower ridge heading to the stairs has one tree looking to decapitate riders. As mentioned everything west of the stairs ( near the ski jump? ) and heading toward the trail along the Clinton River is very muddy; the area I managed to ride backwards ( assuming no one was coming from the swamped ski area ) near the Clinton River was not too bad with mud, however there were 2-3 downed trees. Where the singltrack resumes after the "speed zone" the trail is best, however I believe there were a few downed trees ( and as always plenty of deer just feet from the trail whom look like they would attack me if I made a complete stop ) , the only one I remember clearly was one with many branches blocking the trail before the "climbers finale".
My quick review: trail is 60% dry, with many downed trees requiring dismounts. Many chainsaw or log rollover build jobs are ahead, I would advise riders to give the trail a few more days; however with the rain revisisting on Tuesday, we should just wait for the weekend to give it another go, if you arn't racing Tailwinds's Pontiac Lake race on sunday.