Check your PMsuofabill said:Thanks for the info.
Doug is shuttling some of us to the TH Saturday.
I was curious about how much dead fall there might be this year after the heavy snow last winter.
There is always some and seems like folks keep clearing more of it as the summer goes on.
It ought to be great!!!
Thanks for lettin' me tag along Bill. It was a pleasure to meet everyone. I hope to see ya in October.uofabill said:Can anyone give me a quick report on what condition SB is now, as in how much dead fall is across it and other obstacles left from the winter.
Thanks in advance.
The pleasure was all mine. I am already looking forward to the fall, especially the Aspen Grovesuofabill said:Hey Brian, we really enjoyed having you join the "mongol hordes" for the ride Saturday. We really enjoyed your company!!!!
Wish you could have stayed and camped with us, maybe next time!
Yer right, the day couldn't have been more perfect and the trail conditions were the best I've ever seen.
Props to everyone who has helped clear the deadfall this year, great job!!!!!!!
Brian, we'll be in touch and figure out another adventure!
Thanks for coming,
Elliot Barker...ugh! Beautiful trail but tough on the legs and lungs. Sorry about the mishap with your wife. Karma says we should have stopped to offer some support as we had some issues not too soon after seeing you guys. Anyway, what part of CO? I have been thinking that I need to head North to escape the the HEAT. Maybe you could show a few of us around?SicBith said:No worries on the flat. We had all the tools. She blew the sidewall in her tire, so we had to use the dollar bill method to get down. It took some time to get her going. We're from CO. and it was out first time on the trail, so I'm not sure where we ended up. We took a switch back trail down to the take out in the canyon. We rode Ellinor Barker??? the next day. What a sweet trail, and a great area to ride. We're going back as soon as we can.