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    Tubs Near Wilkes Barre

    Late Fall riding at the tubs....here are 5 pics...more to come.
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    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    rode the Tubs today...
    In great shape for this time of the year...

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by ljmsrv
    rode the Tubs today...
    In great shape for this time of the year...

    You, or the trail?

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    the trail is always in better shape....

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    I gotta feelin'

    that after Mondays early snow as well as the snow that is falling right now(according to my wife and daughters) that we may be back on our skis in the backwoods later this week. Hey Krazcutoms, good to see you out Sunday helpin' out on Bear Claw. When we cut in that top section you and Brian's expertise will be needed to create a great trail. Larry hopefully you will join us too!
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    Bear Claw

    Jeff, when coming back down BC on Sunday it felt like there were too many sharp turns and the trail didn't flow as well as it did going out. BTW, you missed a great ride! And the snow has stopped well short of skiable conditions. Biking is still a better option.

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    I was not able to join on Sunday....
    Is there another trail maint session planned?
    How much more work is left on the Bear Claw?

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    Plenty of work to be done..................

    no worries. Not sure how we will break up each section as far as naming goes but most of Bear Claw in my trail naming mind is complete. 3 new areas have been id'd for work. Won't go into it here but there is plenty of work on those sections. We are tenatively going to work on Sunday. Meeting time not set, will send out a note when we know.
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    Thanks for the feedback on BC.....................

    Quote Originally Posted by aizu1
    Jeff, when coming back down BC on Sunday it felt like there were too many sharp turns and the trail didn't flow as well as it did going out. BTW, you missed a great ride! And the snow has stopped well short of skiable conditions. Biking is still a better option.
    Will keep that in mind as we work on top of the ridge. We are trying to make in low intermediate to get more people riding and make it fun for the kids too! I really hope we get some snow so we can BC ski.
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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