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Last night I rode Sleepy Gap and there were at least 20 trees down, so I spent some time clearing as much as I could, but I'll need a saw to clear the rest. Needless to say, there is no flow on the downhill right now.

Sleepy Gap is one of the most valuable trails in the area, especially in the winter, so I'm wondering if anyone would be interested in helping me clear this trail. Bow saws should do the trick for 99% of what's down, and they're quiet......
 

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Unless you have completed a chain saw safety course in the past 3 years with the USFS, a manual saw is the ONLY kind you can use on forest service land.

Hopefully, SORBA will be sponsoring a course in the next year.

Thanks for the alert, it will be discussed as one of the many needed actions.

Mike
 
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