SS Gregg wrote:Glad you had a good ride. We must have just missed you. We were out there planning the new bridge crossing that we constructed over the weekend. We've made four sections, four foot wide (per City's request) and we'll use them to make an easy way across the water in the ramps section. That way, we can keep the challenging ramp that currently exists, and everyone is happy. We're gonna wait until the ground freezes to get the sections out there.
Watch out in the lower sections as the weather warms and the ground thaws.
With the acquisition of the DR trimmer, we should be able to keep the ramped section open all year (after spring thaw).
It was an exceptional ride. We were there around 2:30-4:30. Didn't see any other bikers but we saw some RC airplane guys and a hiker. We were careful to be sure the trail was not muddy so we didn't disturb the top soil but it was remarkably tacky and snowless. It must be that the water drains straight down the hills because the low land was flooded whhile the high lands were fine. It was fun.