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    Winter 18/19 Trail Conditions Thread

    With the surprise snow this past weekend I figured it was time to get a thread going for everyone to ask and post local trail conditions.

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    Cape Cod trails are pretty much completely free of snow however use caution as a number of trees and limbs came down during the storm.

    Rode Pine Hills in Plymouth yesterday and conditions were the same.

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    Shady's Pond / Chester Brook / Storer Conservation in Waltham is running pretty good. Big improvement over a couple days ago. Still some wet spots in Storer but not alot of mud.
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    8ish inches in Berkshire county, packed in well and riding fast

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    Billerica State Forest was perfect last night. Snow is gone trails were dry.

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    HP, Boxford State Forest, Georgetown / Rowley, Cleveland Farm, Willowdale / West, Bradley Palmer, etc... are in good shape - minor areas of mud in lower or flood prone sections and some areas may need leaf / tree attention - but great conditions this last week (until the next snow event...).
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    Cape Cod Trails are all dry and clear with the exception of a few muddy spots here and there. TOT was riding fast yesterday morning.

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    After a long period of snow and ice the Cape trails have dried up and are running great.

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    There was like a thousandy people at Otis yesterday.

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