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    Dry Creek

    Did a little recon ride up Dry Creek Wed. via Corrals,Hard Guy, then over the connecter
    trail to DC. All was in great shape until I got to the shady, more tree covered areas, where I
    ran into icy/snowy covered trail sections that were very soft between icy parts, thats where I turned around. All in all still a pretty good ride.
    Here's some pics..
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    Nice shots

    You Dog.....I'm at work and it's whiteout conditions now for the thrid day in a row. No travel except in convoys, really nasty howling blowing snow. Yuck. Glad to see you're getting to do plenty of riding, but the short sleeves and shorts is really making me rethink that 33 years in Alaska may be enough. Your trails look fun.

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    Here's a couple more.

    1...many creek crossing
    2...more green farther up
    3...going back down
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    Bonking ... not feelin' well Ok, it's time to get out of this place!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nels
    Did a little recon ride up Dry Creek Wed. via Corrals,Hard Guy, then over the connecter
    trail to DC. All was in great shape until I got to the shady, more tree covered areas, where I
    ran into icy/snowy covered trail sections that were very soft between icy parts, thats where I turned around. All in all still a pretty good ride.
    Here's some pics..
    Rain, wind, [email protected]! Break up is here! Randy is snowed in, we have windy rainy conditions and you have sunshine! Hope we are out of here mid summer.
    Dave
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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Nels
    Did a little recon ride up Dry Creek Wed. via Corrals,Hard Guy, then over the connecter
    trail to DC. All was in great shape until I got to the shady, more tree covered areas, where I
    ran into icy/snowy covered trail sections that were very soft between icy parts, thats where I turned around. All in all still a pretty good ride.
    Here's some pics..
    Just curious, "connector trail", is that the ridge road? or is there some other way to tie into the top half of Dry Creek? Thanks in advance.

    Mark
    What is it about mountain biking? Gotta love it!

    Posted after I re-read your original and looked at the pictures, Ohhhhh, you must have gone from the bottom of dry creek? DOH! .
    Last edited by mtnbkrid; 03-12-2005 at 12:35 PM.

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