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    Avoid Scofield Lane trail at Stewart

    Unless you enjoy poison ivy and thorns. It is extremely overgrown. I just scrubbed my lacerated legs and arms with Tecnu and am hoping for the best...

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    Where the hay are the equestrian trail volunteers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedaler845 View Post
    Where the hay are the equestrian trail volunteers?
    Stewart does have some guys with draft horses that help with trail maintenance. And a crew of cyclists that's doing yeoman's work. They need to get a crew of civil service guys and get some weekday trail work days so I can pitch in...

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    Scofield sucks anyway, leave it overgrown I say

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    It's better just rolling up Ridge when you find yourself on that side.

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