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    T100 small reroute near tatum

    Just a heads up that there was a small reroute near tatum to move the trail to higher ground near the deep trench. This will allow that trench from becoming any deeper. I have some pics but can't post from work
    Thanks to Ranger Jim who has been putting in a lot of work to fix some heavily damaged areas east of the 51.
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    Good idea and nicely done. I rode it today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenSaddle View Post
    Good idea and nicely done. I rode it today.
    Awesome, good to hear!
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    Seems like many of the trails east of the 51 have ridden back in pretty well since a few of the big rains... all except Tr8 due north of the A&W house...looks like someone is establishing a new alignment out of the big rut which seems like a good idea. The big rut albeit all rock strata on edge, will always be a big gutter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raybum View Post
    Seems like many of the trails east of the 51 have ridden back in pretty well since a few of the big rains... all except Tr8 due north of the A&W house...looks like someone is establishing a new alignment out of the big rut which seems like a good idea. The big rut albeit all rock strata on edge, will always be a big gutter.
    That's the exact area I mentioned to ranger jim as well. I'm hoping to speak with him after turkey day to see what can be done long term since that is one of my favorite sections out there both north and south.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdog View Post
    That's the exact area I mentioned to ranger jim as well. I'm hoping to speak with him after turkey day to see what can be done long term since that is one of my favorite sections out there both north and south.
    One of my favorites as well and I've stayed away from it these last few months. I'm happy to show up for a trail day, if one is organized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azdog View Post
    see what can be done long term since that is one of my favorite sections out there both north and south.
    How about nothing? It's fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrwhlr View Post
    It's fine.
    Yup, once I build a jump over it.
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