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  1. That's awesome that some of the One Wheel crew are coming to help.
  2. I was stopped at Swag Rock on Deception when up rolled a guy on an e-mtb. He was very proud of himself because it was the first time he had finished the 1st half of Deception (1/4 Notch) without having to stop šŸ˜‚ Really, did you really finish it, or did you get a little help? He was a young guy and seemingly able-bodied. I could see no reason for him to be on an e-bike other than he wasn't fit enough to complete a 20-minute ride. I guess he won't ever be fit enough if he keeps riding that.
  3. Now the big machine work is done, it's time for us to wrap up this phase of the project by performing the more detailed trail work the machines couldn't do. We will meet at the Brushy Creek Sports Park by the Baseball Fields. When you enter the park from Brushy Creek road turn left at the first stop sign and drive to the end of the parking lot, that's where we will be meeting. After a brief talk, we will split into groups and head out to work on the trail. If you have tools such as loopers, rakes, pick axes, hand saws, shovels etc. bring them. Don't forget your gloves, water, and snacks. It would be great to have a big turn out to ensure the trail is in the best possible shape for the race on June 15th.
  4. The rogue 7ā€ rake hoe tool looks good, the only reservation I would have is the points on the rake side are squared, normally they are pointed which helps to dig through our rocky soils and still can be used as a rake. The squared points might make it difficult to dig with.
  5. We're building this coming Saturday at 9:00am
  6. Just asking cause volunteering for trial building seems like a sore point with you and i was curious why since i dont know who you are. Know i now. With all that experience I'd love for you to come and joins us some time when were building.
  7. Iā€™m curious how many work days you have come too?
  8. Now the big machine work is done, it's time for us to wrap up this phase of the project by performing the more detailed trail work the machines couldn't do. We will meet 9:00am Saturday, May 25th at the Brushy Creek Sports Park by the Baseball Fields. When you enter the park from Brushy Creek road turn left at the first stop sign and drive to the end of the parking lot, that's where we will be meeting. After a brief talk, we will split into groups and head out to work on the trail. If you have tools such as loopers, rakes, pickaxes, hand saws, shovels, etc. bring them. Don't forget your gloves, water, and snacks. It would be great to have a big turn out to ensure the trail is in the best possible shape for the race on June 15th.
  9. I've also run over a rattlesnake on deception and at Walnut. The only place I never see snakes is Peddlers Pass, I guess Sanit Patrick drove the snakes out of there after he got done with Ireland.
  10. The trail will get a little narrower after the vegetation grows back.
  11. I call B.S. on no Water Moccasins in Williamson County. A few months ago I was standing on Suburban ninja and noticed there was a Water Moccasin about 2 feet from my foot. It was a chilly morning and he was trying to warm up in the sun, so I was able to get a good look at it. It had a dark body, diamond-shaped head, and slits for pupils. Can you just imagine the Water Moccasin's from Travis County, " sorry boys we've got to turn around, we've reached the county line. There is a map floating around that shows Water Moccasin's in every county surrounding Williamson, but not in Williamson itself. Last time I checked snakes don't follow political boundaries.
  12. What Skyhorn said is correct, no length change.
  13. Peddlers Pass Westside is open. Two corners are still muddy (which will be fixed if it ever dries out) and final tweaks are still to come. What it needs is people to ride it and smooth out those bumps.
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