Wednesday, April 30, 2008

EEDR, Final Report

Looks like someone took care of the road apples that were in the middle of the trail. Looks like they were kicked off the trail. I think the best way to deal with the road apples is to ask the horseback riders to curb their horses if they are going to take a stop along the trail. That way, if they are off the trail and Trigger decides to let loose, it won't create a new up-and-over in the coming weeks. I have been talking to some of the other riders and they have told me that their horses also just go while they are walking along. We'll have to build into the TM schedule a knock the doodoo off the trail day.

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