Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby SteveF » August 25th, 2017, 7:36 am

Thanks, just as long as they're legit out there...
Sometimes the squeaky wheel gets replaced.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » September 9th, 2017, 3:57 pm

Thanks Bob, Mike and Steve for working on the hill today. I cleared the tree on the ridge.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » September 9th, 2017, 4:01 pm

South of price rd, east of the hill that had a reroute last year is another new reroute. It will probably need a little more attention but it is ready to ride for now.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » September 11th, 2017, 3:01 pm

Tim took out the small bridge on the north part of the trail today. He did not finish the project so the "bridge is out". Not sure when he plans on finishing it. Have to walk your bike across the dry creek.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby owosso bob » September 11th, 2017, 4:39 pm

DNR Sleepy Hollow wrote:South of price rd, east of the hill that had a reroute last year is another new reroute. It will probably need a little more attention but it is ready to ride for now.

The reroute is now been raked and cleaned of all debris . It is still going to be a little rough on the north end but should not take long to ride in as powdery as the soil is .
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » September 13th, 2017, 8:26 pm

The small wood bridge has been replaced with a culvert and dirt. It might be a little soft but it is ready to ride.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby wannabee » September 23rd, 2017, 4:32 pm

a big ol tree down east of 5, and a couple down just past the downhill on the south side of price. otherwise very good conditions
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » September 28th, 2017, 9:26 am

Trees should be all clear now.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby owosso bob » September 29th, 2017, 7:02 am

Dave thanks for fixing the mud hole on the north end and clearing the trees . The trail was in awesome shape for the Wed . EPIC ride . The new reroute on the south side is riding better all the time . Thanks to you and your crew for all of the hard work on the trails this year . Sleepy is now a very fast and fun trail to ride .
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » October 19th, 2017, 3:30 pm

We pulled the wood bridge between marker 2 and 3 and replaced with a culvert. Still needs some work but you can make it over, just take it slow. We tore up the trail from 2 to the bridge as well so watch out for that. Pardon our dust as they say.

We cleared 3 trees the last two days also. One south of price and then one before and after the bridge we took out.

Thanks to Mike and Bob for doing more of their weekly maintenance on the trails.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » October 20th, 2017, 7:58 am

Also, equestrian riders have a special use-permit to ride hike bike trails Saturday. Permitted to ride between markers 4-5 and 7. Their permit states they will clean up manure after the special ride.

Please yield to equestrian riders.

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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby Hammertime » October 21st, 2017, 2:03 pm

I had to ride through their manure piles today. Also lots of hoof prints in any ground that was not rock hard. I hope they clean up the hoof prints along with the disease carrying manure piles.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » February 3rd, 2018, 3:59 pm

Tree is cleared between 4 and 5. Tree is cleared east of 6

I'm not sure if anything else is down

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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby DNR Sleepy Hollow » October 12th, 2018, 7:22 am

REMINDER:

Saturday October 20 is the second year of a one day special event where horses can ride on the hike/bike trails between markers 4-10.
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Re: Mid-State: Sleepy Hollow

Postby joemel08 » October 22nd, 2018, 9:17 am

Rode Yesterday for first time. Trail was in great shape, well marked also. Thanks to people cleaning up the fallen timber. Signs of some serious fallen trees.
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