Sprague Brook Conditions

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3 years 9 months ago #44089 by Sliders Guy
Obviously it's wet and muddy at the Brook. Please go through the mud and don't make go arounds; stay on the trail. If you want to stay clean, go for a road ride.

Sliders Guy
Colden, NY

Chains and shifters are history.

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3 years 9 months ago #44065 by boogenman
A lot of sloppy mud holes on the west side this evening.

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3 years 10 months ago - 3 years 10 months ago #44026 by Scotto
As a moderator I would like to say that the last couple posts (mine included) have nothing to do with trail conditions. They technically could be deleted. I am also checking the membership data base to see the most recent people to join. The above message was written with a slight bit of sarcasm.
UPDATE: boogerman checks out. Seriously, the very least people can do is join as it supports maintenance and the building of trails in our area. I really don't think $30 is a lot, plus its for a great cause and there are some pretty good perks.
Now back to trail conditions before I have to moderate myself.
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3 years 10 months ago #44025 by Jon Sundquist

boogenman wrote:

Jon Sundquist wrote: Even members like Boogen can post.


FIXED :-P

Wow, I feel a disturbance in the force :lol:

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3 years 10 months ago #44024 by boogenman

Jon Sundquist wrote: Even members like Boogen can post.


FIXED :-P

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3 years 10 months ago - 3 years 10 months ago #44023 by Jon Sundquist
Intellicast showed an orange blob just heading east from Sprague Brook right after I saw boogen's post. It appeared to be a small but intense T-storm. Glad it didn't last.

Better to just post updates. Even better to post after visual inspection of the trails.

Anyways remember, nothing in the forum (regular or trails conditions) should ever be relied on. This is an open forum, not related to WNYMBA (WNYMBA just hosts it). Even non-members like Boogen can post.
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