Most of the North Loop was opened today! With the wind and the warm temps the last couple of days things have dried out substantially allowing for more trail to be opened. Please note that there are some spongy spots so make sure you go through them instead of around them furthering the width of the trail. There are a couple of downed trees that you might have to walk around in the interim while we get a trail work night set up.
A big THANKS goes out to all the volunteers who came out to help with the mowing, clipping and Bridge placing at the Plum Creek/Riverbluffs trail. This trail is in good shape for a couple of weeks. Again a few wet spots, ride through them. Don't widen the trail by going around them.
If you have not filled out your 2011 membership form do so and get into Revolution Cycle and Ski or Fitzharris Bike and Sport with your money and to pick up your one of a kind coffee mug, we just spent $200.00 on mower repair and gas for mowing and whipping and every ones help is needed. We are really trying to push this year if you ride the trail that you become a member because we spend a lot of time and money on keeping them in shape.
Dan mowing through the thick grass that some of the trail at the Plum Creek/Riverbluffs Trail runs along.
Anderson and Dan taking a well deserved break w/ the temps in the upper 90's and the humidity very high.
Sheila, Sawyer and Josie clipped the overhanging branches.
Doom, Anderson and Dan hauled our neighbors old dock out to the wet pit out on the trail. They also took care of some downed trees.
Thanks again to Sam Eggers, Josh Nelson, Bryon, Sheila, Sawyer and Josie Amo, Doom, Anderson and Dan for your help last night in such tough conditions.