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Headhunter across the trail just after the first bridge on West and a leaner about a quarter mile later. Neither is blocking the trail at this time. I expect that the headhunter will settle and get lower in the coming days/weeks. Lots of leaves and fluff on the trail, and it's slick. No PRs today for sure.
<> Chris <> I live in Holly & ride my '02 FSR 26'er '09 Trek Fuel 26'er at Holdridge.
I think all the downed trees are out of the way. On west there were like 10 of them including the big one by the bridge at the bottom of the hill. Sad to see that one go. Also sawed the one on north. There was one hanging on the lake loop when I biked there, but if I could pass it... Back to night riding!!!
West and North were in great shape. No mud to speak of. One large downed tree just after the "long" bridge before the wall (about mile 3). Other than the leaves making cornering a little sketchy and hiding little things that you normaly miss (now throw you off line), the trail was awsome.
Actually, the rather large tree is just past the 2.5 marker in the bottom. Did not have enough daylight to come back with the Stihl. Unless Sauge can get to it during the week, it will be Friday before I can get there.
Sauge, how is the night riding? Saw you there Friday after dark.