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    Dry Creek pics

    On Sat. local peeps, out of town visitors, and I rode up hard guy,and down
    dry creek and had a blast. If you haven't done this in some time you should before it gets cold. Trail is in pretty good shape with a few hike-a-bikes. Of course a million creek crossings, and the fall colors are really popping.









    thanks for looking...
    Steve
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    How long are you back in town for? Hope to see you on the trails!
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    Quote Originally Posted by laffeaux
    How long are you back in town for? Hope to see you on the trails!
    Eric, I'm in town till the 15th
    Rode at Wilson Creek Sun. and Mon. conditions were pretty good, a bit dusty and a few
    pockets of deep "moon dust" but a lot of fun.

    Did some trail work with PILTDOWN on Wilson creek, after it not being rideable all spring
    and now it is rippin!
    Steve
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    the colors are wonderful, and the weather is right for a nice long ride, but bring the shell... we recieved a fall greeting in the form of a hail/torrential rain storm today on eastside. it was still a blast, and the colors were richer with the rain. i love that trail, so worth the short drive to get into the trees and some nice real dirt...aaaah. i love fall.
    Idaho dirt, river, sky

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    Such a good segway....

    Since you love that trail, are you (and everyone else who rides it) willing to put some love back into it come spring when trail work is scheduled? A little love goes a long way for your trail kharma...

    (Geez, I sound so serious these days...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Visicypher
    Such a good segway....

    Since you love that trail, are you (and everyone else who rides it) willing to put some love back into it come spring when trail work is scheduled? A little love goes a long way for your trail kharma...
    Count me in.
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    I'll do a post this coming spring. Are you coming to the Gardiner Peak/Daggett Creek brush cutting/trimming on 10/22? I hear there maybe a ride afterwards....
    ...building wherever they'll let me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visicypher
    I'll do a post this coming spring. Are you coming to the Gardiner Peak/Daggett Creek brush cutting/trimming on 10/22? I hear there maybe a ride afterwards....
    Could be. I'll let you know as the day grows closer.

    Dry Creek is one that I ride semi-regularly, and I feel a lot more attached to it.
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