I’ve been riding with some buddies after work and thought a thread on the topic might be interesting to start while we have the long summer sunshine. That last rain cycle was very productive for us here in the high desert. Zero dust, snow melting, lots of downed trees to clear and some new areas that were logged last fall before the forest closed for wildlife habitat and winter migration. It was also raining so hard a couple of days that we didn’t bring cameras or phones ‘cause we knew we were going to get soaked - 50 degrees and never more than 20 miles from the barn made it a fun game. Then it started raining at night and sunny for the afternoon roosts. Got up around 6000’ and hit the ice/snow line. Got kinda 'lost' but snaggled through. Here’s how tight the trail is but Brad is on that cheater 200 so he’s laughing. This is really steep and rideable downhill only right now. It dries out real quick around here but it’s still grippy and fresh this evening. Just a quick 40 miles of late day action. The dirt won’t look like this until it rains again. We rode 7 of 10 days during the storms and it looks like we have some more brewing soon for more after work fun!