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My last tour with the N.C.C. was a four day jaunt back to Dayton State Park for more trail work. We were finishing the trails off that we'd started before and then tidied up a whole new set of trails over the road at an abandoned mill.


The work was a lot harder this time as most of it involved carting huge rocks around and digging/chiseling holes to put the huge rocks in. It did look damn good when finished though, if I do say so myself. Pity my camera battery ran out before I got a photo...

We invented a new term: "denascarifying". That is the act of removing a banked curve (a NASCAR turn if you will) from the trail by digging up the earth from the banked side and moving it over to the other side until the turn is level...

Posted by MrKWatkins 12:30 Archived in USA Tagged volunteer

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