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    Quote Originally Posted by ddprocter View Post
    Pogonip: legal
    ...to hike.

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    If anyone gets to Demo this afternoon, give us a report. The Google maps precip map for the past 48 hr says anywhere from 0.04 to 0.39 inches for the nearby gauging stations....0.08 for the closest station.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Hungus View Post
    ...to hike.
    Well some of it anyway. Much less than I thought now that I look at it.

    http://www.cityofsantacruz.com/Modul...ocumentid=4969

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    Annadel 1/25

    Wet but still a good ride. Rocks weren't as slimy as yesterday (or so I told myself). If I can say without preachiness: lots of tire tracks veering into the (former) vegetation to avoid puddles. The trail was actually pretty solid under the water. S. Burma sloppy at the bottom.
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    Norred Trail at STP has some sticky mud right now. Could not proceed past the trail by the canal on the Santa Teresa side. At least the soil isn't the clay kind that turns in to cement - I hope
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddprocter View Post
    Well some of it anyway. Much less than I thought now that I look at it.

    http://www.cityofsantacruz.com/Modul...ocumentid=4969
    Yes, Rincon/U-Conn is it and that's barely Pogonip. There will be another trail open to bikes in a few months though.

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    Just got back from Demo. Its definitely rideable. Couple wet spots more so down at the bottom.
    The 2nd pic is when I started to hit sawpit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto'n'PushBiker View Post
    Norred Trail at STP has some sticky mud right now. Could not proceed past the trail by the canal on the Santa Teresa side. At least the soil isn't the clay kind that turns in to cement - I hope
    I’m shocked the trails are open after the most recent rains that passed through.
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    Just got back from Santa Cruz area... very ridable. Warm and mostly sunny. Some areas were full of perfect, loamy goodness... other shady spots were a little wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ask View Post
    Saw the Fox Raptor in SC... such a sweet truck!
    “Truck” and “sweet” in the same sentence. I guess refrigerators and orbital sanders are sort of sexy, too. I guess I haven’t quite reached my mid-life crisis stage yet.
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    Was Mark out there?

    When we met with Bob, I really wanted to see if he was driving one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squareback View Post
    I've been really excited to get back to my old stomping grounds and ride this weekend. Unfortunately, it looks like rain.

    Any idea about conditions for Saturday or Sunday morning?

    If the trails are too muddy, any alternatives?
    I rode there last Saturday; trails were in good shape, with a few wet/muddy spots. We didn't get tons of rain here but, it will make the spots that were wet just a little sloppier. I'm going to ride there tomorrow and you should too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    “Truck” and “sweet” in the same sentence. I guess refrigerators and orbital sanders are sort of sexy, too. I guess I haven’t quite reached my mid-life crisis stage yet.
    That's just too much! I'll bet you actually have a pretty nice 'fridge now don't you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativeson View Post
    get some! i hit the fort up twice last weekend, there was actually mud in some spots. just gettin back into it a bit after takin that nasty fall over the break, been ridin to work though. probably hit up the westside/wilder tomorrow w/a buddy tomorrow. hit me up for some wed rides tone, daylight just keeps getting longer.
    a little spray up from the wheels but just sweet goodness I say! Great ride this afternoon!
    I little slippin' and slidin' in a few spots and a sprinkling of puddles but certainly good mild January riding.
    Not bad

    I'll text you on a weds ride.We'll get Jen out too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by squareback View Post
    I've been really excited to get back to my old stomping grounds and ride this weekend. Unfortunately, it looks like rain.

    Any idea about conditions for Saturday or Sunday morning?

    If the trails are too muddy, any alternatives?
    It's doable, rode it today, a little mucky, but not everywhere...

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    Coe was perfect today
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    I was strapped for time this morning so I rode Kennedy - it was perfect! But then again, when it Kennedy NOT perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinnyl26 View Post
    Coe was perfect today
    Agreed a few wild flowers, milk maids & shooting stars popping up plus tons of newts, brought a bunch home to try out a homemade fig newton receipe I found on the Internet.
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