While it may look like fall, the drought conditions in this part of Connecticut send the trees into a premature leaf drop, it's really just the middle of summer and by the hefty amounts of waffle prints on the trails it appears the Gussy Trail is getting a lot of use now. There were tire marks in the leaves at the base of the roller pictured above, something I haven't seen yet, except for my own. The skinny, built by the trail gnomes, seems to be getting a lot of attention too with this new and improved ramp built. Yes, it seems the Gussy Trail is becoming a popular trail when riding at Upper Paugussett State Forest.
Jerry Milne from the State DEP Forestry division emailed me the link to Paugussett State Forest, Upper Block , with the new map showing all...
A snowshoe adventure 3.8 mile in the cold enjoying nature
Upper Mulikin It's Official! The Land Manager has given me permission to close is trail so that I can do a re-route on it. Plea...