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    where's everone going for the 4th?

    Frustrated at best. We've got today and tomorrow off and trying to figure out how to spend the time..Going to search some bike clubs and see if we can find something..Green Mountain and Pine Hill are a go?

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    I believe Mill Stone will be open for the 4th - saw it on fb

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    alright so i rode Norwich Uni trails yesterday....they are marked closed...... if you are willing to walk like .02 percent of them the other 99.08 percent of them were hard trails.

    Also Trapp Family Lodge is going to be open as well.

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    KT.

    Rode just about every trail on the Eastern side of Darling hill today(except east branch which is closed). Trails have drained well. Definitely some puddles with some water and mud but not too bad. Will likely do the western side tomorrow.

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    North Conway, NH area drains really well and is never closed. A few spots of mud here and there but overall it's fine slippery New England riding.

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    Exeter is 97% dry, the wood is (wear your armor) greasy, the bugs are happy.

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    Yes Green Mt Trails are open and the vast majority are looking good. Still doing work on Green Trail so it will be a little sloppy in the places I happen to be doing work that day. That project should be done by the weekend, though.

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    Rode the west side of Darling hill today at KT. Trails were fantastic. A few muddy spots on some trails but still great.

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    Went to Millstone yesterday, it was still quite muddy in some places, and just wet in general - surprised it was open, but had a lot of fun. Started hearing thunder and went to a look out to see the storm rolling in - did a half loop or so.


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