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Old 09-24-2012, 01:05 PM
Art Waugh Art Waugh is offline
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Location: Lebanon,OR
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Had a great effort to get it cleared out in less than a day. Had around 30 people and 15 or so rigs come out. USFS spent two days cutting stuff loose and we cleared it out of the trail tread in 5 hours.

They followed the route that I laid out with ribbon 2 years ago, plus gave us several bumpouts for the buggy folks to play on.

I am running 31's with a 3 inch lift on the XJ and was banging the sliders and frame reinforcements all day. Should be a fun little trail for reasonably stock rigs and some dandy stuff for the buggies.

There might be a possibility of getting about 2-300 yards of another rock wall just off this trail as a play spot in the future, but we have to take care of this first.

Now that it is open, enjoy it, but please stay on the trail and drive it like you own it, because you do.

A huge THANK YOU to all who came out on a Saturday to clean it out and get it open for use. It was great to see members and non-members working together and having a good time.
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Last edited by Art Waugh; 09-26-2012 at 01:08 PM.
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