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    paradise today 7 souls a leaping

    Another workmens day at paradise with the continued most impressive efforts of this truly professional crew with all members sharing ideas of how to best shape and divert and I learn from everyone everytime I participate.
    Last edited by Len.Francies; 03-03-2013 at 10:00 PM.

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    Indeed. It was fun watching Len, John and Alan turnpike a particularly deep, muddy, nasty section of trail yesterday and turn it into solid, dry singletrack. Great teamwork.

    We actually had ten people out yesterday to help on Red Alder, six regulars and a few trailwork newbies who we taught the basics to. I'm always hopeful that the newbies decide that they like the digging and become the latest dirt disciples.

    The work we are doing out at Paradise is not as sexy as building new trail at Tiger, but it's fun and rewarding nonetheless. And, we always manage to have a good time!

    I'd say we are two, maybe three workparties away from finishing Red Alder.
    Last edited by woodway; 03-04-2013 at 12:00 PM.

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    Nice work everyone! Glad to hear some newbies came out.

    Thanks to all!!
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    paradise today 7 souls a leaping

    I am new to riding paradise (I've ridden it twice, well three time technically) and wow, Amazing work out there!!

    First time I rode it was last year. Didn't know what I was riding so I think I took the mainline trail to the mt bike park and one more trail. Was pretty disappointed and haven't been back until a couple weeks ago.

    I just needed to hit some dirt as I had just gotten a new bike and had to get out. I was visiting family in Woodinville and figured Paradise is the closest. Thankfully someone in the parking lot told me to take the Red Alder trail to the perimeter... WOW. There's some fun stuff there! And the difference when I went back last weekend was just amazing! I visit family in Woodinville often and will definitely be bringing my bike!!
    Thank you guys for the hard work! It's appreciated.

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