Friday, October 23, 2009

People Are Already Using The Fish Lake Trail

The bulk of the paving on the newest segment of the Fish Lake Trail is done and I had been hearing that people are already riding it. Well here it is. Eve Nelson in our office sent this to me. That's one of her riding buddies who hit the trail with her husband yesterday to check it out. I pointed out this couldn't be the new portion of the trail because of the amount of pine needles on it and the gravel at the bottom, but Eve said it definetely is, the needles are coming down like crazy out there and the gravel is some of the leftovers from paving. So it looks like you've got another couple weeks before the snow comes down, get out there and use that trail!

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