I love the way the dip rides now, I rode back and forth over it several times. Riding toward McNamara you can get air as you come out of it
Yes, the tree WAS on Remember Me, I saw the (small) sign on the post as I went in to remove it, only 10 minutes after you posted, Jeff. I was surprised by what was there, it was the upper branches of a HUGE tree that went down. Once I realized that, I was envisioning a stunt for it, but I think it is just way too high off the ground and would not have an acceptable entry and exit point.
Yes, Serenity is overgrown in some of the field sections, despite having been mowed two lawn-mower widths wide only three weeks ago. Kind of like surfing on grass! It helps a lot to know where the trail goes, because it's hard to see. Jeff, I can probably help you out and mow it tomorrow. I see somebody mowed along Peppermint Creek from Kingman Road, so it will be a lot easier to get in from there than it had been.
Somebody removed the left screw from the top arrow where the fork left off of Serenity points towards Dragonball Run, for some reason to point BOTH green arrows to Dragonball. I took personal offense at this and rotated it back to the original position - straight ahead on Serenity. The bottom arrow and sign still point toward and say Dragonball Run, as originally installed. It would be cool if we could have the top one say beginner and the bottom say advanced, for those who don't know what Dragonball Run is like. Though they'll find out soon enough if they take the left fork.
I chuckled at the two arrows 100 yards into Glorious Poperd's, one pointing left and one pointing right, while the trail just continues straight ahead, no intersection visible at all! Is there an intersection under the vegetation or something? I think I remember two options there last year on that first slight downhill ...
Bob's Supremacy has been dumbed down - I was looking forward to the skinny bridges today only to find none remain at all. Cleared thorns from the first 300 or 400 yards of Forest Hump, to the bottom of the bigger downhill there. The downhill had lots of thorns protruding into it - a nasty surprise when your attention is on the descent, no doubt. All better now.
Lots of riders out there today, nice to see.