Not that it'll be dry anytime soon, but when it is, anyone interested in fall-line goodness needs to be aware of what's going on.
Parks & Rec is redoing the pond at the bottom of the park. They are removing years of silt. The big dig in the picture above has since been filled with a bunch of the stuff. The "dam" looking part is diagonal to where the beginning of the trail cuts through the field. Anyway, that part will require a minor reroute and I plan on making it more fun than the original.
Also, all four points that the trail enters/exits the field are blocked by the erosion barricades. IF it were dry enough, and IF we ever get the trail trimmed, everyone needs to bypass all that stuff. Access can be made through the stone gate near the parking lot. Keep straight to the stones at the other side and jump on the trail 20 feet or so past that second set of stones to the left. They are piling dirt at the top of the hill too but it's easily traversed.
Some punks removed some boards from the last bridge before the last climb to the exit so I'll have to address that as well.
I don't think anyone else has done any work on the trail since last June, so my apologies to Cliff Jones. I had said I'd see you June 6th, but I have a lot to do here. I will join a crew there sometime.
Anyway, Krug is a mess for now. I'll post when it's at least rideable and the status of the bypass of the field as well.
Can you dig it? I do.