West/Tech/Lake/North were fantastic tonight. Albeit getting quit dry and the few sandy spots are getting pretty loose. No trees down or obstacles the entire way though.
One area that I would submit as an issue for a trail work day is where the giant root ball popped up last year (West at ~2.25 mile mark). There is pretty bad erosion happening there that has exposed an "across the trail" root right as the trail drops down about 10" into a tight sandy right turn. On the extreme left side of the trail the trail-bed has actually eroded to the point that there is daylight between the root and the ground. I fear this erosion will soon progress to the point that it can no longer be ridden and a bandit re-route will occur. I should have taken some pics tonight but didn't stop. It really should be looked at in order to get an idea of what might be needed.
edit; Also, that tree trunk that came down and is standing straight up in the middle of the West trail (~1.5 mile?) needs to go. It really disrupts the flow as it is mid-corner on a fairly quick downhill corner and there is another tree right next to the trail there. But cutting it will be tricky