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    Blue Sky Is TRASHED

    just finished riding blue sky/ indian summer. i was going north-south and the first section of blue sky is torn to pieces. every single user group was represented in the holes and ruts: horses, hikers, bikes, deer... i was out from 8:30-10am and the trails were totally frozen and rideable (albeit a bit bumpy...). i rode indian summer clockwise and the whole switchback climb is snow free and dry- there's a few patches of snow on the top (all rideable with pretty good traction) and a pretty long section of snow at the bottom, right where it joins blue sky. my advice is be off the trails by 10- i could see it starting to thaw and i think even by 10:30 it would have been bad in spots. fun to get out on the mtb though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggould
    just finished riding blue sky/ indian summer. i was going north-south and the first section of blue sky is torn to pieces. every single user group was represented in the holes and ruts: horses, hikers, bikes, deer... i was out from 8:30-10am and the trails were totally frozen and rideable (albeit a bit bumpy...). i rode indian summer clockwise and the whole switchback climb is snow free and dry- there's a few patches of snow on the top (all rideable with pretty good traction) and a pretty long section of snow at the bottom, right where it joins blue sky. my advice is be off the trails by 10- i could see it starting to thaw and i think even by 10:30 it would have been bad in spots. fun to get out on the mtb though!

    Yea I was out on the road bike today. It looked like it was totally trashed from the road down by the tunnel. It going to be a whille before it drys out.

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    Thanks for the update ggould.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggould
    every single user group was represented in the holes and ruts: horses, hikers, bikes, deer...
    Who do deer yield to again?
    "Fact is only what you believe; fact and fiction work as a team." Jack Johnson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pabs
    Who do deer yield to again?
    Beetles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pabs
    Who do deer yield to again?
    Cougars.

    I hear they drive Jags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentExposure
    Cougars.

    I hear they drive Jags.
    With a bit of hootch in our system, most of us'd yield to a cougar.
    "Fact is only what you believe; fact and fiction work as a team." Jack Johnson

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    Saw a guy driving out of town Sunday with his bike on top of his red pick-up and the bike was LOADED with mud. Thanks Douche!
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