Update on the new OHM trail at Tigerton. I laid it out and mapped it last week. This week I spent three days cutting and marking the trail. Today a hearty group of 7 volunteers spent the day riding in and clearing the treadway, adjusting a couple of lines, cutting some benches, doing some more trimming, closing some paths, and bumping up some markings. These guys are great! They knew what had to be done, worked in small groups, and knocked things out very quickly. Fast and efficient. AND, they worked in a steady rain for three hours as if they didn't realize it was raining. I'm very proud of these volunteers and am elated to have spent the day working with such an outstanding group of folks. A HUGE THANK YOU TO THE VOLUNTEERS THAT WERE ABLE TO HELP OUT TODAY! Once we properly sign the trail in spring it will be open for public riding. A parking lot and a kiosk will be going in right inside the gate along CTH M. The trail has a lot of entertaining and sometimes challenging features and I was glad to hear that people were very enthusiastic about their experience riding there. But, better you hear that from some of them instead of me. So, we'll press on in the spring to finish things up. In the mean time I'll work on getting more miles there. Regarding the pix, they are just a few random shots I took when I ran into people on the trail. I didn't try to highlight any of the notable features on the trail.