Sunday, September 13, 2009
Saturday, September 12, 2009
I took my daughter, Katie, with me today to do some work on the Gussy Trail. I really wanted to finish the Pond Brook Connecter by armoring the stream crossing. First we went deep into the forest to a Rock Store to get a few flat rocks.
Then began the process of arranging them and getting them to fit just right. I found a few flat rocks nearby to supplement, too.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
At the start of my ride, I headed down to the Pond Brook to check out the reroute and it's looking good. Figuring I would loop back on the new section of trail and the old section of trail I came across this trail block. While I appreciate the thought just putting logs that way probably won't deter a lot of people. If you want to block the trail you have to put a lot more brush down in order to get your point across that this section of the trail is closed. And what about the other end? Not sure if I mentioned this when I was doing the reroute but I left a spot open for people who might still use the old section.
Jerry Milne from the State DEP Forestry division emailed me the link to Paugussett State Forest, Upper Block , with the new map showing all...
Came across a tree blocking the Upper Gussy Trail on St Paddy's Day. Not only does it block the Brew Crew Roller but also the trai...
With all the rain we got on Monday, Land Managers are asking all mountain bikers to let the trails dry for 24 to 48 hours! It looks...