CRAMBA: Holdridge

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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby Cerget » July 20th, 2014, 8:19 pm

It has finally paid off, thanks for all of your hard work Ron. This has to be the longest it has taken holdridge to get ready with the largest amount of man hours. Awesome work, hoping to get out there soon to ride grubers.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby Jim O » July 20th, 2014, 9:16 pm

Cerget wrote:It has finally paid off, thanks for all of your hard work Ron. This has to be the longest it has taken holdridge to get ready with the largest amount of man hours. Awesome work, hoping to get out there soon to ride grubers.


What he said!! Ron and several others!
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby c0nsumer » July 20th, 2014, 9:21 pm

Seemed nice out there today. There is a LOT of debris on the trail, particularly on Orchard, but everything was passable. Two downed trees, but both can be ridden around. Nice work out there getting everything trimmed. There's not many face slappers, and I didn't notice anything thorny hitting my arms or legs.

EDIT: Whoops, forgot about the one tree on North... That one is in a bad location.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby SAuge » July 21st, 2014, 10:41 am

I'll whack that tree tonight on the north loop.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby r21954 » July 21st, 2014, 1:52 pm

Thanks Scott.
Just a heads up. There will be 16-20 teens working on the trail Tuesday July 22nd from 11am till 2pm.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby SAuge » July 21st, 2014, 8:34 pm

Wow - whats the teens about?
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby Sortaslow » Yesterday, 9:06 am

For sure. Getting one teen to do anything is tough, let alone 16-20.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby Jim O » Yesterday, 11:28 am

c0nsumer wrote:Seemed nice out there today. There is a LOT of debris on the trail, particularly on Orchard, but everything was passable. Two downed trees, but both can be ridden around. Nice work out there getting everything trimmed. There's not many face slappers, and I didn't notice anything thorny hitting my arms or legs.


For the most part the debris is because of the lack of traffic. Orchard was just opened 7-10 days ago. You might have noticed the number of cut trees on Orchard? One could not only build a log house but a log village as well.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby c0nsumer » Yesterday, 12:03 pm

Jim O wrote:
c0nsumer wrote:Seemed nice out there today. There is a LOT of debris on the trail, particularly on Orchard, but everything was passable. Two downed trees, but both can be ridden around. Nice work out there getting everything trimmed. There's not many face slappers, and I didn't notice anything thorny hitting my arms or legs.


For the most part the debris is because of the lack of traffic. Orchard was just opened 7-10 days ago. You might have noticed the number of cut trees on Orchard? One could not only build a log house but a log village as well.


Yeah -- that was pretty insane... There were some amazingly large clusters out there. You've all been putting in an incredible amount of work up there to get it back ridable.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby r21954 » Yesterday, 9:15 pm

There was a tree down right at the 7 mile mark, 5 feet past the sign.
Someone in the parking lot said there was a big one down on the North, I didn't verify.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby Jim O » Today, 5:46 am

r21954 wrote:There was a tree down right at the 7 mile mark, 5 feet past the sign.
Someone in the parking lot said there was a big one down on the North, I didn't verify.


On the East 7 mile mark, is the key word "was" or is there still a tree down?
Did they say where on the North? I can get out there later this PM.
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Re: CRAMBA: Holdridge

Postby r21954 » Today, 9:17 am

It was down at 6pm when I went past the 7mile. Had to climb over it.
Assuming the one on the north is between 1 and 2. Scott took the one out at .75 in.
I removed the head bangers at 15 and the big leaner at the second sandy down hill on east.
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