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    the new Gilbert Grape
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    Gardner Peak Trail work tomorrow ? 8/8

    What's the skinny on the trial work at Gardner Peak that's planned for Aug 8th? Given the amount of rain that we've seen in Boise over the past 48 hours, is this being postponed?
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    Yes - rain or shine!

    According to Mr. Meeker.

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    MMMmmm wet

    Rain or shine we dig. In fact sometimes it is better if it has rained a little.

    We ended up spending about 10 hours working and the end is near. We have one more corner to build and around 400 yards of trail and its connected!

    My wife and I rode the trail yesterday and pushed through the last section. She rode all the features except two. She loved the corners and commented on how everything is rock solid.

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    Careful what you say, you may invite criticism from some of the more vocal members of this board.

    I too was up at BB yesterday. I see some new trail in much needed places. The trails we were on handled the recent rains pretty well. Proven quality right there. Beautiful day.
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    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    Oh yeah, and in my random wandering through the forests above our fair city, in search of the next big thing, I stumbled across this exquisite little spot. Just goes to show you what happens when no child gets left behind.
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    your camera is shiz.

    just sayin'.

    i can barely make it out...

    is that keystone, busch, or nattty

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    Quote Originally Posted by garnetspur
    your camera is shiz.

    just sayin'.

    i can barely make it out...

    is that keystone, busch, or nattty
    Not a camera. I drew those by hand. With crayons. On a napkin. Bish.

    Can't be that bad if keystone was your first guess. Bish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    Not a camera. I drew those by hand. With crayons. On a napkin. Bish.

    Can't be that bad if keystone was your first guess. Bish.
    lucky guess

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    Man, this place is getting trashier everyday. I assume you did the right thing and tracked those young repubs down.
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    Ugh, That spot has always been a popular camp out location but it has never looked that disgusting. What a disappointment.

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    smells like teen spirit

    i love the brave painted on the rock to the left.

    go BHS!!!

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    I'm sure their parents are proud....

    Littering...if there is one good reason to allow public caning...


    Beaver!

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    More digging today. Leaving Dry Creek trailhead at 10am for the shuttle dig / ride.
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    have fun...stay cool....drink water


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