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    Trail Conditions In Tn

    Looking tor some dry trails in TN. Raccoon, Enterprise South, 5 Points?? Anything??
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    Currently out of touch with my Chat folks, Raccoon might be worth a go, I don't think Enterprise would go right now. If you can do Nashville, Montgomery Bell is probably good, and Long Hunter is marked as open. I think Rotary Park in Clarksville is probably ok too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotharyus View Post
    Currently out of touch with my Chat folks, Raccoon might be worth a go, I don't think Enterprise would go right now. If you can do Nashville, Montgomery Bell is probably good, and Long Hunter is marked as open. I think Rotary Park in Clarksville is probably ok too.

    Thanks Cotharyus. I'll make some calls today to see what's up in Chattanooga.
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    Was out at White Oak Mountain yesterday "biology trails" there was some muddy spots but really tacky and just damp for the most part. This is next to the campus of Southern Adventist University if you are not familiar with it. Really good riding there, did not get over to Enterprise south.

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    Should get some dryer weather this week. I'm sick of all this rain! Then my friends in N.M. and CO. are telling me they are closing forestry areas due to no moisture and already blazing forest fires until they get some rain.

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    I am a Graduate of The University Of Tennessee who moved to Flagstaff, AZ 20 yrs ago. Most of our forests are closed due to fire danger. We have had appx 2" of rain this year, and none in over a month. Would gladly take some of yours. We average 100" of snow a year, this year less than 40. Too Dry.
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