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    Default Jericho State Park - 9/22 & 9/23

    Had a great time at Jericho this weekend with everyone. Thanks for coming out!











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    Looks like a great time
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    Bummed that I missed it. Looks like great time.
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    Had a great time this weekend! Some of the hardest stuff I have wheeled on. I was only able to get a couple videos… I had to go around the first 2 major obstacle’s (I would have just been pulling cable anyways). I now know why it takes all day to go 10 miles!

    Drivers view on some of the easy section on the Black Trails.
    https://youtu.be/2R5YkUWY4V8

    Here are a couple of Chris’s rig going over the first big obstacle.
    https://youtu.be/HE2Wa6g0ARE
    https://youtu.be/SvAmd9UuZJM

    Here is Noah on the same obstacle.
    https://youtu.be/W1S5B9s3BX0

    Here is Milo on the first big Obstacle.
    https://youtu.be/I_irMDCffpk
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    Here are a couple pics from the fire tower early Sunday Morning at Milan State Park, a balmy 36 degrees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cda View Post


    Ive been here long enough I think most people know I am not a tree hugger by any means, and I never try and stir the pot, but I gotta ask, why were you cutting trees on an established trail on state property?
    It's all gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSSFC View Post
    Ive been here long enough I think most people know I am not a tree hugger by any means, and I never try and stir the pot, but I gotta ask, why were you cutting trees on an established trail on state property?
    Good question, The tree had gotten caught behind the front bumper, inside the passenger side fender, and was wedged between those two as well as the hood and headlight following the jeep hitting a rock and sliding off the trail. When the jeep backed up, it broke the sapling at the base. Before the driver realized the tree was wedged in the vehicle he backed up and the tree was drawn down between the bumper and the fender, in the process of backing up 3-4ft of bark was peeled off the tree on the front and back side. At this point the tree would have been unable to recover from the damage sustained.



    Attempts to un-wedge the tree from it's position were unsuccessful due to the force on the tree and how wedged it was in the vehicle's hood/bumper/fender. I decided to cut the tree to free the vehicle, and trimmed the stump of the tree as low as possible, and removed the tree from the trail to clean up the area after the incident. I'm confident my friends at NWOR who manage the trail system for the state would agree with these actions and I'm happy to discuss further if it ever comes up.
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    Great point Tim and thanks for the clarification Chris.
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    I had a great time wheeling and the company was excellent. Thank you Chris for leading a great run! Here are the few pictures I took























    The flat tire was someone who was in a group behind us on Saturday. They wound up following us for half the day. When they popped their bead Milosz was kind enough to let them borrow his spare while Chris reseated and inflated the tire.
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    How were the trails this year compared to last year? Ive heard from a couple people that they are a lot harder after last winter and spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakinJeep View Post
    How were the trails this year compared to last year?
    The hard stuff is getting more difficult for sure, the easy stuff is being maintained nicely. NWOR is doing a great job.

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