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    Trails were great tonight.

    Bunch of ribbons and branches blocking trails. Sucks coming around a corner in the dark and almost getting your head taken off.
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    Trails are really good. DGRs not as green. I was making climbs yesterday that I was never able to clear before.

    Trails are a bit loose in some spots. A little rain might help.
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    Trails are almost to summer dry conditions. Looked like some areas of the trail have actually been groomed.

    The reports of worms are greatly exaggerated. I only encountered a few on my ride.

    Mix master is still a little mucky, but can be ridden around for the most part.

    Watch out on Batcave as 'trail construction' is going on.

    There is a large rock at the bottom of Shyst where it connects to the river trail so be careful.
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    They took out the little wooden bench at the bottom of Shyst.

    And...as I was driving home...worms were crawling all over the place. It's really hard to see were they stick and stay.

    Wumpus...are you saying that the worms will get worse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speelunker
    They took out the little wooden bench at the bottom of Shyst.
    Yeah and today there was a huge rock in the trail.




    Quote Originally Posted by Speelunker
    And...as I was driving home...worms were crawling all over the place. It's really hard to see were they stick and stay.

    Wumpus...are you saying that the worms will get worse?

    See all the white dots.


    They were like that everywhere last year. I wasn't exaggerating that I would have to stop at the top and bottom of every climb to wipe off twenty or thirty worms. I almost quit riding for a while they were so bad. It was the worst year I have ever seen. If you stopped, it would sound like it was raining.
    Last edited by Wumpus; 03-24-2005 at 08:25 PM.
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    The trails were excellent today. The little bit of rain over the weekend really helped some of the loose stuff. The limestone (dgr’s) is not bad at all.
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    The rain missed us last night.

    Trails should be great for the weekend.

    Baylor is holding a race in the park on Sunday morning. They said they will be marking the course on Saturday.
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    There were a few worms today. Nothing bad.

    Trails are pretty dry. The creeks/seeps are dried up.
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    What a ride.

    We started off in the sun. Then the thunder started rumbling. Then big ole raindrops. Finished up just before the deluge. Had near whiteout conditions on the drive home. Then the sun was back as I pulled into the driveway.

    Trials were pretty dry and the rain wasn't getting through much. Imagine they will be good to go tomorrow evening.
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    Trails were good today...the little bit of rain helped.
    I'm not a meteorologist...I just play one on TV

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    the rain helped a bit and the dust has settled for the time being, very little if any to no standing water on the trails.

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    The trails are dry.

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    Reminder

    The trails will be closed tomorrow(Sat 23) form 10 to 1ish for the duathlon.
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    Doesn't look like the trails even got wet in the last little rain.
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    Big tree across the end of little colorado
    YEHAW?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinn-Can
    Big tree across the end of little colorado
    No kidding. That thing is huge. I'm sure the park rangers know and it will be "chainsawed" soon.


    The Thor-Babbler-Bat Cave area is covered thick in poison ivy.

    Note: Drag Boat races this weekend on the Brazos. Don't know how this will effect traffic in Cameron Park.
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    where's your towel?

    Whoever might be up for a SS ride Mon or Tues (May 2nd, 3rd) suggest a good time to meet.

    Rock out with your cog out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daggaride
    Rock out with your cog out
    Please tell me this is not serious.
    RESPECT cape cult member #23, Respector of dog houses.

    Who needs 3 more inches???

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    we are here to help the humans

    go ride a season in the abyss before you come to me with such tone.

    BTW: SINGLE SPEED RIDE: MON-THURS around 11am If you need a different time we are flexible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daggaride
    go ride a season in the abyss before you come to me with such tone.
    OMFG - you are serious.
    RESPECT cape cult member #23, Respector of dog houses.

    Who needs 3 more inches???

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