I'll preface this with a reminder that this area is open to hunting. On a Thursday evening, there were a handful of bow hunters out there. Not an issue; just a reminder.
Hadn't been out here in nearly 2 months and found roughly a dozen downed trees obstructing the trail. Was able to remove all but one that was still attached at the base and hanging waist level across the trail. IIRC, it was between sign posts 11 and 12. It is on a straight, flat stretch, and therefore not dangerous. Otherwise, all clear on the route that I rode. http://www.endomondo.com/workouts/srhFS3urbh8
I rode the 5 -> 7 -> 9 option. I'm not sure if the trail from 6 -> 8 -> 9 is open. Last time out it was blocked off. Also took the right trail option at post #13. Can't verify the parts I didn't ride.
Heavy leaf cover from posts 2 to 4 make it difficult to discern the trail in spots. There are a couple of very minor mud holes from post 13 and beyond.
Saw a massive Great Blue Heron at the creek, and later happened upon a rafter(aka flock) of wild turkeys on the trail. They ran away down the trail, and those buggers are actually pretty fleet of foot. They gapped me before dispersing into the woods, while one went skyward. Pretty cool, because it was right up close, and it's great watching those giant birds take flight.
A cool night for a ride, but a good ride nonetheless.