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  1. #201
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    If you guys decide on an evening, post it up. I will certainly be there.

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    4/25/14

    I Leaf blew these trails so far,

    NW1
    NW2
    What
    Big Blue
    Lolli Pup loop
    some of 5858

    Schwabbie cut the trees out on NFS

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    He also cut out the tree that fell on Deacon

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    There's a big tree down on Salamander.

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    thanks for the trail work man! i was out allegrippis and they got gullys of leaves, thankee sai it was dry! im off all week so im sure i'll see ya.

    salamander is for masochists!

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    We cleaned up the Deacon trials area the rotten wood has been removed, also Big Log skinny by 5858/Deacon intersection is all cleaned up, look for more trail and park cleaning to follow!

    Ride da mOOn...
    ...mOOn da Ride

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    6/25/14

    Thanks to KuhlKat for providing some hard work and construction

    New bridge on Farm Road...
    ...as well as a good trimming on NW1

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    Hello Fellow Moonies...
    ...it's time again for salad removal after the recent wind event.

    Saturday 7/12/14 at around noon at the main gate we will meet.

    A walk through and flick/pick of sticks and branches that have gathered on our trails need to be removed, so its not hard work, just lots of work to get our trails pristine once again for the summer season. If you have a leaf blower and feel so inclined to bring it, please do by all means.

    Hope you can attend...
    ...the Moon trails thank you!

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    I cleaned up the Deacon area and had a self attended cookout...
    ...I guess everyone else was too busy to help out da mOOn

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    I saw you there leaf blowing or cutting on my way out, not sure which. I did some light pickup on the lower trails, 5 tree, nightmare, etc. I moved a few logs that blew over. There was one I couldn't get alone though, on the lower rocky section towards the chain link fence that takes you into the dark.

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    Thanks for helping out...
    ...I will get the big tree on Dark cut out

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    4/19/15

    Super turn out for the clean up!!!!!!!!!!!!! The trail groomers were on it hard leaf blowing heard all over the park! This was an epic clean up event best I have ever seen! Please everyone take a bow, you did a super job and really love your park. Personally it is great to have so many friends to ride with, but also to stand along side and clean up improve and make Moon Lake a great place for everyone to visit. We even had friends from Reading area come up to help us, that's dedication! We had hikers bikers dog walkers and others help so we really are one huge family.

    Other highlights... the marina parking lot a was packed with fishermen and the lake was too! An attack dog demo was held in the fields.

    The food and cookout was very enjoyable, thanks to all who contributed. Trails are great, ride, hike, or just visit and sit in the woods.

    PS... George Hart had one of the new USB rechargeable rakes and he really put it to the test!...LOL

    Thanks to all... you are champs!

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    Got there around 2:30 Sunday. Whole place was immaculate. Gorgeous. Tried to clear out parts of 5858 and Salamander, but my electric leaf blower was underpowered. I have access to a gas-powered blower. Anyone know what the gas/oil mix is supposed to be?

    Tree down on Sally.

    Moon Lake Trail damage reports here-img_2976.jpg

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    Usually 32:1 mix... but see if you can find an owners manual online for your model, and as we say in the premix world more is better and will only foul a plug but less will seize up your motor.

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