Fall / Winter Review

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Sooooo. Last summer saw our crews split up and tackle projects on the home-front and abroad. Josh, John and Clayton led the charge in Utah (Trailside Bike Park) and Virginia (Fountain Head Regional Park), while Crone and Renko held down the fort and finished Crystal Bridges Museum, and started the last phase of Blowing Springs. Both crews took turns in Alabama at White Oak Mountain State Park and converged to put some new trail on the ground at Devil’s Den.

We all drew some short breaths while at home during the holidays with family. Josh and John finished off a new mile at Blowing Springs and Crone and Renko rearranged some rocks and sticks at Devil’s Den into some new steps and bridge. Believe it or not some of us managed to find time to volunteer and do some tweaking on our local trails. Lake Fayetteville, Lake Leatherwood and Mount Kessler all received a little PTD love.

Winter finds the fab 5 split again. Crone and I are putting in another pocket park trail near a grade school in Bentonville and JJ&C are back in Virginia at a private prep school compound slaying trail with our new SWECO TRAIL DOZER. Oh yeah and Woody is stuck in a perpetual vortex of being in the office, at a meeting on the phone, in the car or on a plane to a far off land for an all to short of a visit.

Thanks for keeping us busy.

Fall / Winter Pics

It was all shrooms and snakes in Bama. Lots of thanks to go around. To Barry our SWECO driver; 9/13/69. Unbelievable! Marc & BUMP you guys really came through when we needed you. Thanks for all the food and great hospitality. Props to all the staff at Oak Mountain State Park for making us feel at home.

Devil’s Den always keeps the home light burning. Thanks Tim, Monty and Troy and staff for being there on the drop of a dime. New trail is stellar. Thanks for the opportunity. Always get a kick out of reorganizing some of your stones and trying to make them look like they have been there forever. Hope the new bridge satisfies all.


~ by progressivetraildesign on February 11, 2012.

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