The ride started with an email from our buddy who lives in North Georgia. "Who wants to come out again and help me mark trails and clear new ones for a dirtbike ride next week?" After having spent some fun times way back in my youth, clearing trails with dull hand tools, on land that we weren't even sure who owned it, this sounded like fun!! - Permission and encouragement to clear trails, plus real gas powered tools! What a blast!! I wish we had more pics of riding the actual trails and tracks - but I think we were too busy having fun. We created a new section of singletrack appropriately named the "Roller Coaster" and looked forward to sharing it with our other buddies who were coming up for the ride. Trail Work Day: "I think we ought to cut back into the woods right down there, take that sharp downhill, then cut hard left!" Nice canvas on which to create trails! Over two miles of grass track sections, much of which is old style off camber: Cool Cabin near the top: Our buddy is an avid powderhound - porch swing made from vintage ALTA ski lift chair: Chillin on the porch: An important part of Trail work day is riding on them. We finished the work day down by the lake and a beautiful sunset. Off to a Mexican feast with a hard work endorphin buzz.