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Fisher Farm: Tree Down on Enchanted Forest
02/08/15 at 11:04pm
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Tree down (~12-14" in diameter) on Enchanted Forest about 75 feet into the start of the trail before the first deer crossing.   It will take a chain saw to open up a path.

Balance of trail is in great shape.
  
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Re: Fisher Farm: Tree Down on Enchanted Forest
Reply #1 - 02/09/15 at 12:39am
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Time for another log over!
  
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Re: Fisher Farm: Tree Down on Enchanted Forest
Reply #2 - 02/09/15 at 1:44am
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Log rollover, that's what you said this morning about the tree at Fallstown. It would take a dump truck load of dirt to make a log roller over that tree! It was a big tree and 3 or 4 feet off  the ground.
  
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Re: Fisher Farm: Tree Down on Enchanted Forest
Reply #3 - 02/09/15 at 2:54pm
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I rolled over it on Saturday without issue, wasn't that big, but maybe it was pushed down on the ground before I got to it.

Funny how that trail (Fisher) was still a little bit muddy on Saturday, but ran Sherman on Sunday and you couldn't find a wet place.
  
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Re: Fisher Farm: Tree Down on Enchanted Forest
Reply #4 - 02/09/15 at 4:44pm
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Before and after. Mike, that tree at LNSP would make a good log ride. Not log pile. Cut off that branch sticking up and then cut the top flat with a chainsaw. Add a little dirt to the trunk and ride right up it!

John, LNSP was a little slick in a few spots but not bad at all yesterday. The only sections that stay muddy at Fisher through the winter are the field sections. We're hoping to do some armoring is those sections soon.
  
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