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#539428 - 07/13/12 10:45 AM Re: TRAIL WORK WEEKEND >>> THIS WEEKEND SAT & SUN<<< [Re: Kenzo]
Rp3 Offline
Old Boot

Registered: 07/03/07
Posts: 38
Loc: Sugar Land, Tx
I live in Sugar Land and it's been raining for 2-3 days. Yesterday was on/off heavy. It's thundering big time right now, and looks like it's coming again today... I will still plan on coming out tomorrow...

Will for sure bring a change of clothes... smile

Looks like a big yellow/red circle right on top of SC right now, will be muddy for sure I bet...

Shoulder is doing better, I can run some loppers for sure.. Atv is loaded up and gassed up...

See you guys there sometime in the AM...

Rp

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#539433 - 07/13/12 12:12 PM Re: TRAIL WORK WEEKEND >>> THIS WEEKEND SAT & SUN<<< [Re: Rp3]
Nacho Nate Offline
Hall of Fame

Registered: 11/17/03
Posts: 1181
Loc: Katy Texas
the 450 quad doesnt go near mud or water... its a prissy flat track quad. lol going to list it for sale soon too.

i dont have the sack to look at a pond and think, hey i can skip across that on a bike/quad. the fines for breaking the laws of gravity/momentum/inertia are steep and get paid immediately.
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#539435 - 07/13/12 12:43 PM Re: TRAIL WORK WEEKEND >>> THIS WEEKEND SAT & SUN<<< [Re: Nacho Nate]
Kenzo Moderator Offline
MasterCrasher

Registered: 08/01/09
Posts: 1330
Loc: Clear Lake City
Originally Posted By: Nacho Nate


i dont have the sack to look at a pond and think, hey i can skip across that on a bike/quad. the fines for breaking the laws of gravity/momentum/inertia are steep and get paid immediately.


Ur over thinking it!!!
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2006 KTM 453 EXC
Team B.A.P. Racing
TRH/Skull Creek #611
AMA Member

"iz spellz dis way on porpose!" :-p

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#539451 - 07/13/12 05:31 PM Re: Upcoming Trail Work Weekend - 7/14/12-7/15/12 [Re: Kenzo]
Boyd Racing Offline
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Registered: 12/25/11
Posts: 4
Loc: Houston, TX
Quick question from a new member - What time does the work party start tomorrow? I live in the Katy area and my son and I want to come out tomorrow. What do you usually bring to your work parties?

thanks
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#539455 - 07/13/12 06:57 PM Re: Upcoming Trail Work Weekend - 7/14/12-7/15/12 [Re: Boyd Racing]
Kenzo Moderator Offline
MasterCrasher

Registered: 08/01/09
Posts: 1330
Loc: Clear Lake City
Originally Posted By: Boyd Racing
Quick question from a new member - What time does the work party start tomorrow? I live in the Katy area and my son and I want to come out tomorrow. What do you usually bring to your work parties?

thanks


Shoot for 8:30ish to be there and ready to work...we just need people power. If you get there later we'll still put you to work.


I just spoke to Brian and he's out at Skull Creek...

...the camp road was a bit snotty but they just had a quick moving thunderstorm pass through. All of the creek crossing were low and easily to cross. Other than some standing water and puddles it sounds reasonable.

We're still trying the get the campground road back into shape after some issues with the mining operation so stay to the north side away from the big sandpile by the clubhouse and bikewash.

Looks to be a decent weekend with cooler temps but boots and raingear on hand if needed is a good idea. A change of clothes and a towel if you want to shower.


Cheers
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2006 KTM 453 EXC
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TRH/Skull Creek #611
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#539459 - 07/13/12 08:22 PM Re: Upcoming Trail Work Weekend - 7/14/12-7/15/12 [Re: Kenzo]
Rp3 Offline
Old Boot

Registered: 07/03/07
Posts: 38
Loc: Sugar Land, Tx
Originally Posted By: Kenzo
Originally Posted By: Boyd Racing
Quick question from a new member - What time does the work party start tomorrow? I live in the Katy area and my son and I want to come out tomorrow. What do you usually bring to your work parties?

thanks


Shoot for 8:30ish to be there and ready to work...we just need people power. If you get there later we'll still put you to work.


I just spoke to Brian and he's out at Skull Creek...

...the camp road was a bit snotty but they just had a quick moving thunderstorm pass through. All of the creek crossing were low and easily to cross. Other than some standing water and puddles it sounds reasonable.

We're still trying the get the campground road back into shape after some issues with the mining operation so stay to the north side away from the big sandpile by the clubhouse and bikewash.

Looks to be a decent weekend with cooler temps but boots and raingear on hand if needed is a good idea. A change of clothes and a towel if you want to shower.


Cheers


I will be there by 8:30 or so. Just had a 'warning on the tv' for flash floods for fort bend county. I can't remember the last time I heard the emergency broadcast system be turned on... WOW.

Will have ATV and some loppers, ready to clean up some trails...

Rp

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#539476 - 07/14/12 05:43 PM Re: Upcoming Trail Work Weekend - 7/14/12-7/15/12 [Re: Rp3]
JulietPeters Offline
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Registered: 12/10/03
Posts: 1035
Loc: Magnolia,Texas
The campground is soggy in places but the road in is fine for those wondering whether they should go out tomorrow or not. The trails weren't actually too wet & there is good traction for riding.
They will be working on the Machann Trail in the morning & some of the NW Section. Tear Drop,Zaphy's & Hog Trail are all done.
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#539483 - 07/14/12 10:17 PM Re: Upcoming Trail Work Weekend - 7/14/12-7/15/12 [Re: JulietPeters]
BIZZZARE Moderator Offline
Bizarre Czar

Registered: 01/06/01
Posts: 1367
Loc: Friendswood,TX
Brad & I cut most of the big trees on the Machann trail last weekend.
It is now ride-able.May need a little trimming.
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#414 TRH,TORCS,EVO,XTREME,and any other series

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#539490 - 07/15/12 11:50 AM Re: Upcoming Trail Work Weekend - 7/14/12-7/15/12 [Re: JulietPeters]
Rp3 Offline
Old Boot

Registered: 07/03/07
Posts: 38
Loc: Sugar Land, Tx
Wanted to say thanks for feeding us after the work, it was wicked hot/humid and the food really hit the spot...

Brian thanks for setting up the cooking...

The HOG trail is good, the ground was great for riding, but getting in and out of the camp site is the tough part...

I can't believe how messed up the levee area and sand dunes are! I haven't been out in a while and boy have the miners changed things... but that can be good, new trails and new roads, etc...

Hopefully this week my shoulder repairs it self and I will make some plans to get out on the bike...

Ps.. Its pouring at my house right now! 99/90 in Sugarland! WOW

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#539497 - 07/15/12 01:57 PM Re: Upcoming Trail Work Weekend - 7/14/12-7/15/12 [Re: Rp3]
Rob Granger Offline
Gang Boss

Registered: 09/22/08
Posts: 428
Loc: Katy, TX
Ditto on the grub, that was great after getting back from wacking off those face slappers. Not sure why that makes be both sleeping and hungry....
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