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    Palmer conditions

    Been out of town since last week and therefore I have no idea how much snow we got. Anyone know if Palmer will be rideable by friday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontRanger
    Been out of town since last week and therefore I have no idea how much snow we got. Anyone know if Palmer will be rideable by friday?
    I bet it's going to be pretty darn wet with lots of snowy spots. Up in Briargate here, we've got a good 3-6" left on non-cement/street things and though it is melting I'd be surprised if its all gone by Friday.
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    Figures. thanks for the info.

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    Agreed

    Quote Originally Posted by COmtbiker12
    I bet it's going to be pretty darn wet with lots of snowy spots. Up in Briargate here, we've got a good 3-6" left on non-cement/street things and though it is melting I'd be surprised if its all gone by Friday.
    I doubt it will be ridable again even by Sunday...

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    Friday at Palmer

    Still bad on Friday afternoon ( Tried the top open trails (Yuca and the green trail on top) and even those were bad. All kinds of nasty mud, muck and wet clay. Stayed for about ten minutes and then called it a day. Even walking on it was damaging the trails. Best luck this weekend will be Pueblo (Red Gate area).

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