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    T-West: New Year's Day RR

    Dirt was mint. But, considering all the people out there, most of you here already know that. Great to see sooo many familiar faces. My guess it will still be great this weekend. West is also graduating from Carnival sideshow status to maybe at least the Midway. With great plans for more in the future. Planned on maybe 2-3 hours out there and it ended up being 5+ with and extra lap up Beaver Pond to Middle to Poopy to Bobsled with Len. (horses on the Bobsled re-route again...) Grrr. Otherwise a daymmm fine day to start off the new year. Big thanks to Slop too for the grill and bacon and cheese sausage covered in Beaver ketchup with beers. Not much better and a great way to start off the new year considering there isn't really enough snow for the "other" season right now.

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    With trail conditions so freaking good right now, it's hard to be too bummed about the snow.

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    Some cool fog in the valley in the late afternoon. Not bad for a camera phone. Trails were sweet.
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    Took the same shot first thing in the morning. Thought maybe that was you Navigator in the G&R lot about 3:30 or so when I popped in to talk to Karen on my way home.

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    Yes, I think we were exiting about then. On the way there I saw four Sherrif cruisers within a mile of Fall City including one in the Tokul lot. Was curious if there was a mini man hunt going on.

    Also saw a Subaru (I think) with 2 bikes on the top road. Assumed they were builders.

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    Yeah it's definitely improving out there (at least for now).
    Thanks for all the work, everybody whos been involved!

    Is the TKW land along the SVT managed by Hancock, or is it owned by others similar to TKE?

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    What's is the most popular trail(s) at TW?
    2013 Stumpy Evo
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    All of them Lynch.

    FM, there is about a 100 foot off centerline that covers the SVT owned by KingCo. Off that, there are multiple owners but the majority uphill is Hancock.

    Heard an alarm and some speakers twice saying something off in the distance up towards the Outback area. Then heard the alarms down below too. The Subie was Slop's and we were grillin' dogs with Beaver ketchup and mustard and celebrating a grand re-opening.

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    Beaver tarter sauce is the best

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