With like 18 miles of total trails and a big loop of 14 listed on Singletracks
, I figured I could do a couple loops, with some exploring on the first one and get 30 plus. Well I managed 35 miles, but the loop was kind of impeded by a big boggy area. So went to that point in both directions, plus some exploring. The Ameritrail, was pretty fun, I liked it best on the way back. The rest was either dual track, with sporadic mud holes or Forest Service roads. Some of the Dual track was almost like single track, kinda. Numerous places had a slightly greasy layer, that put me down once and made for lot's of two wheel drifting around corners, which made up a little for the lack of tech and twists. Got some practice with the Knard in the mud. The 34/15 was a decent gear, except in the mud bog.
There is a lot of potential here. But some serious work would need to be done.
At least the green slimy mud did not stink!
I did not see any Though
Big Mud Bog at 4.5 miles along the Ameri-trail
If this is the rainy season in Texas, They got there average of 3 inches in February and 2.48 of 3.84 inches so far for march. Something must be jamming up some drainage.
Follow the Blue Posts
Ameri-trail mostly follows along Caney Creek, Mostly.
Before Too Much Mud bathing
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