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    Bridge over a perennial bog

    This spot on my local trails turns into a big mud puddle for most of the winter, spring and early summer. Now, there is a nice high and dry line build from gathered up cedar and hardwood. Built it this afternoon in a little over 2 hours with only hand tools.

    There's a couple more spots similar to this, and I'm hoping to get to them soon too.
    Last edited by nickboers; 12-11-2011 at 05:49 PM.

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    Hehehe nice, my wife approves of the Labyrinth reference.

    The local bog of eternal stench required digging a drainage ditch and bridging the ditch with a short length of 2x8. Simply getting past it wasn't an option, I had to drain it to help with the smell!!

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    That's awesome! (And not bad at all for two hours work!)
    Please enjoy seeing this terrible collection of me - something wonderful is about to happy.

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    That's awesome! And from a guy who uses many of the same trail systems, thank you!

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