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    The trails are in pretty good. A little loose in spots--mostly climbs. The leaf cover is pretty thick in spots, but doesn't seem to be any problem.

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    Trails are dry and dusty, but in good shape.

    Some Baylor folks were out picking up trash today.

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    Trails are dry to slightly damp. Roots and rocks are dry. Traction is excellent. Leaf litter in quite a few spots but not a problem. Some of the bridges are damp which makes them slippery--use caution.

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    Trails are wet but rideable. Roots are slippery. The rocks are questionable.

    More rain on the way.

    I am going running.

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    It is fall. The trails are covered with leaves. Sometimes thickly and they can be slick in spots.

    Trails are nice and tacky.

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    Trails are tacky. Rocks were slightly damp but not very slick. The climb out of the bridges on California was a little muddy. A lot of leaves on the trails.

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    It dries out quick there doesn't it?
    Outer space is just 62 miles away.

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    In the winter, it usually takes two days to dry to a rideable condition after a rain. If we get a couple a days of rain, it can be 4 or five days.

    In the summer, it is usually rideable the second day after the rain.

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    Trails were great Sunday. Watch out for blown down branches. No rain yet today.

    The outback trail had about five busted bottles in the middle of the trail. Going to take a small broom on the wednesday ride and clean it up.

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    Tanks for the report Wumpus - intending on coming up Friday, hopefully weather will be good.

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    Conditions today were almost perfect - just too danged foggy this morning, with a slight breeze making it just a shade cool.

    Trail conditions were dry to dusty, even along the river trail, so no problems there.

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    Question Conditions?

    I am planing on a road trip from Houston to ride Cameron the Friday (1/2). We had a lot of rain here, Sunday and wouldn't think about ride today. Anyway just sending out a feeler weather to make the trip. I know it is early for Friday's weather but will check posting this week.
    thanks

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    Trails were in excellent condition. We only got a little rain on Saturday night.


    50% chance of rain on Thursday. Trails are not fun when wet.

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    Trails were dry and still powdery in spots. We got a lite drizzle this morning, but by the time I went riding at 4 P.M. everything was dry.

    40% chance of rain tonight.

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    Some idiots thought it would be cool to lay a bunch of logs across the "Outback".



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    If you don't like the trails the way they are, then go buy your own land.
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    Still no rain. Trails are pretty dry and taking a beating from people riding the race course.

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    Trails were still dry, dusty and leaf covered last night.

    They lowered the river(lake brazos) so there is a wonderful wet earth smell as you cruise the river trail.

    When I started the ride, they were pulling a car from the river. I think they find at least one every year.

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    Car update...

    Found at least three cars in the river this year. At least none of them had bodies in them.

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    Trails are tacky to slightly muddy. The roots are dry. The rocks are dry to slightly slick. I would suggest a more robust tire to deal with the slight mud/dirt packing on the rear. Pythons might not be a good choice.

    Rivers still down@10feet. Adds a little fun to the river trail as you get to see how much of a drop there is into the river.

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    Trails closed

    .2" of rain today.

    The rangers have closed the trails.

    I would imagine from what I saw that it will be Monday or Tuesday before they are rideable if the big storm on the radar doesn't get here.

    More rain would make it Wednesday or Thursday before they open.

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