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Re: Poto: Morton-Taylor Trails

Postby SANTA_CRUZ » July 9th, 2016, 4:57 pm

Wow ! ITC has a reputation for work such as this, shock and awe to any wildlife, flora or fawna in their powerline area.
I guess in reality they allow us to put a trail across their property so there is not much we can do but to fix their damage for trail users.
I will have to make a visit out there and come up with a plan of attack to fix the affected area.

In other news, as Mike R. mentioned we cleared up the pump track of the thorned Devil weed and it is dry, hard packed and rideable !
I met Rich at the trailhead today and we weed whipped a good chunk of the West loop, I cleared 3-4 downed trees and removed
countless face whappers and thorns. There is still some necessary bridge repair/replacement needed soon and plans are in place.
I love mountain biking because I haven't found anything that is more FUN !!
Of all the paths you choose in life....make sure some of them are DIRT !!

Commuting miles in 2012 = 1065
Total road/trail miles = 2800
Number of rides = 152
Trails ridden = 28 different in MI, 2 in Oregon
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Re: Poto: Morton-Taylor Trails

Postby mmrobertson69 » July 10th, 2016, 3:11 pm

Few pics of pump track gooodness.

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Re: Poto: Morton-Taylor Trails

Postby mmrobertson69 » July 10th, 2016, 3:12 pm

One more:

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