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  • hey craig -- got your message ..ended up coming down with a pretty bad cold virus -- hope it went well today.
    Chris, I wait until most of the snow is gone from the trail. Scattered patches in the woods, a bit of monorail left, but that is all. On Mt Cardigan, late April/early May. On more southerly/lower trails, up to a week or two earlier. If you have been keeping tabs on how much snow fell on your mtn, which is easy enough with the weather channel or the like plus a friend or two in the neighborhood or reports here or newenglandtrailconditions.com, you can pretty well guess.
    We patrol for blowdowns first, clean drains second, just like you. The period before blackfly season hits, ie mid-May, is very active just doing those chores and noting projects for later in the season on 15 miles of trail...
    Yours ay, Craig
    Craig, how early is too early to go out and clear blowdowns. My trail is on Chocorua. I use an axe primarily but also bring a saw. I'd like to get out earlier this year to patrol and then go back to do drainages. Thanks.

    Ray, the honor is all mine. Just now I have 2 friends here, Jason Berard and you. Jason is the adopter coordinator for the Dartmouth Outing Club. We are doing some erosion control workshops this year.
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