I'm headed up tonight to sort out the double see-saw that some toe rag has busted up for shits and giggles. i will be walking through with the scrub cutter in a couple of weeks as the grass is getting pretty crazy in places. will need to make sure things aren't dry up there though.
If anyone sees anything that's busted or shifty people lurking, please post here and we'll sort it
hey, i'll be headed in tomorrow morning if it's not raining to haul some timber from beside Bruma road to the log/wall ride stunt. not sure what time i'll be up there but i reckon by about 10 just for 12 hours if anyone is keen to help it would be appreciated.
Hey In order to have the trails in the best possible shape for winter i'd like to get a work party out to cut back the grass along the way. the plan would be to have a couple or three scrub cutter with grass blades on (or even just petrol powered weedeaters) and a bunch of people with pitch forks and rakes to clear the debris. from previous experience it takes about a day to do each stage 1km...so the more people come and help the less time it'll take to do and the sooner we can get out riding.
The Plan: 24th April from 10am till done Meet at Laings Road gate or along the trail after 10. I'll bring a selection of tools but if you can bring your own that'd be great. I'll get some treats to celebrate the end of the day.
PS i'll be getting the log/wall ride done over the next few monday nights (not 12th April though)
After 11 hours and 9 1/2 tanks of gas in the scrub cutter, stages 1 and 2 are now super wide (relatively) and ready for action. Thanks heaps to my amazing girl for helping out today...awesome effort. By cutting all the grass and stuff back the trail should get more wind and dry out quicker. After the rain on Friday i was suprised that by the end of Saturday the trail was looking mint again. Looking forward to riding it very soon, all that training for Naseby has kept me off the fun trails.
The next session will be Sunday 9th May. I'd like to give "The Third Place" the winter treatment then get into some more of the log/wall ride at the end of "The Green Mile". I reckon the morning should be the guts of "The Third Place" done. If you're keen to help it would be appreciated.