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PostSubject: the fall of a king...   Thu Apr 07, 2011 11:20 am

I got in a hike at Crowder yesterday after a ride at Indian Creek that got cut short when my bottom bracket crapped out on me. There are some small trees down on the River Forks Loop, and one of Tall Oak's royaly tall oaks is down and across the trail -- what a monster. There is also the top of a tree hanging precariously over the trail on Tall Oaks. Everything was firm to tacky and there was one set of fresh tracks. Good stuff. I only wish I could have been making some of my own. Happy Trails.
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