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    Stolen: Canycom tracked power wheelbarrow

    The Sinuosity: Flowing Trails enclosed trailer has been broken into twice while working at Moody Park in Claremont, NH. The first time the they stole a Stihl brush cutter. The second time they came back with a truck, cut through two locked gates and stole our Canycom 602 tracked power wheelbarrow and a lot more. These rare and expensive machines are easy to spot, so please be on the lookout. Contact me or the Claremont PD if you come across one. Here is a photo of ours on the job site.

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    Brooke

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    I hope you get it back. Barring that, I hope it's insured!

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    What a drag! Be watching Craigslist, of course. Best of luck catching the crooks.

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    WTF that is like the most ridicoulous thing to steal ever. Hope your guys get it back soon.

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    that machine's kinda cute(finger mustache)

    vibes for a speedy recovery.

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    Sorry to hear it Brooke. Hope the power wheelbarrow and brush cutter are recovered soon.

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    Really sorry to hear that. You guys are doing great work in moody. Will keep an eye out for it.
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    Well, it is Claremont, NH. I wonder how much meth/Oxy you can trade that for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitebike View Post
    Well, it is Claremont, NH. I wonder how much meth/Oxy you can trade that for?
    Maybe enough to fill a storage container in Conway.

    Bummer Brooke, dread hearing this type-stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haint View Post
    Maybe enough to fill a storage container in Conway...
    Hey, keep the MWV out of this, Haint!

    I've been watching Craigslist but nothing showing up yet.

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    Thanks everyone! Sure hoping the cops find our tools!

    We are in need of additional labor to wrap up the Moody Park project. Is anyone available tomorrow (Friday), Saturday, or next week to work with us? We'd be happy to pay anyone who can commit to a couple/few days of work. Or we'd buy lunch for volunteers! It would be some hand tool trail work, some simple puncheon bridge building, and some setting of turf stone pavers. They could contact me at Brooke at Sinuosity dot net. Thanks again and spread the word if you know of anyone who may have some time available. We could use all the help we can get.

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    You should PM that JerseyDave guy, according to him Stowe, Northfield and the MRV were built by him.

    Unfortunately that $7k wheelbarrow has been painted and is in use somewhere. Hope it was insured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridingthebuff View Post
    You should PM that JerseyDave guy, according to him Stowe, Northfield and the MRV were built by him.

    Unfortunately that $7k wheelbarrow has been painted and is in use somewhere. Hope it was insured.
    Aren't you a helpful SOB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radair View Post
    Aren't you a helpful SOB?
    This was not a random theft, someone planned it well and most likely have a plan to use it.
    A logger I used in the past had a $90K skidder stolen that was never found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridingthebuff View Post
    You should PM that JerseyDave guy, according to him Stowe, Northfield and the MRV were built by him.

    Unfortunately that $7k wheelbarrow has been painted and is in use somewhere. Hope it was insured.
    Some of all of those places were. Let's not forget Waterbury.

    No idea why you would send out such a weak troll in such a random place, but you should work on your reading comprehension. I am but a link in a long chain that started long before I got here. I do my part, paid or not.

    Brooke does as well. So does Radair. You? We have no idea.....but I can guess like all complainers you do so little....so little.


    Tough for trail builders. They do work and have to wait for month and months for payment from the state, or town, or university. As if this cash flow issue isn't tough enough to manage....now insurance claims. How it works out for Brooke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveVt View Post
    No idea why you would send out such a weak troll in such a random place
    Dave, he bashed the Spindependence Day thread as well. Turns out we had a huge turnout with lots of smiling faces and trails were just fine. Proceeds are going towards trail development here in the MRV.

    Hopefully Brooke's power wheelbarrow is recovered so it can be used on our new trail Suki's Alley up at Blueberry Lake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyvt View Post
    Dave, he bashed the Spindependence Day thread as well. Turns out we had a huge turnout with lots of smiling faces and trails were just fine. Proceeds are going towards trail development here in the MRV.

    Hopefully Brooke's power wheelbarrow is recovered so it can be used on our new trail Suki's Alley up at Blueberry Lake.
    Good for you guys. Anything happening in Denny Land? Heard it was coming under MRR stewardship. That would be such a great corridor to have some legit trail in. Be nice to ride back north to the shop through there after hitting the trails up on TuckerHill ect and dropping out to Butternut or wherever.

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