Trail maintenance

injinji

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Dealing with some tropical weather, but able to drag a couple three logs out of the creek this morning. (most of the pile is from the riverhouse land. I've been cutting there for months, but just started on the creek land)

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injinji

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Maybe I should have been taking the time to move my other log pile at the river house instead of dragging posts out of the creek.. I tied everything off, but boy will I be pissed if my saw logs float down the river.

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injinji

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There was lots of short logs and brush piles the guys were not able to get out of the slough when I hired them to clean up. Since they are all floating, I took the opportunity to get as many of them as I could pushed across the clearing to the piles on the other side. Little brush and weeds will hang it up, so it was a job of work.

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injinji

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Yesterday I walked down to the river field. The water was just barely in the back corner of the longleaf pines. Maybe 60-75 yards.

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injinji

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It also got in the corner of my camp. Nothing floated off though.

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While I was in the area, I scoped out high ground for the hard sided camp I plan on building. (when I catch up with everything else) This wooded area is only a couple three acres, so it's going to be close to the pines on one side or the three trail road on the other. And you have to factor in hurricane damage. Lots of standing dead pines around this area that would have to be cut, but it's near my new camp, my old camp and X marks the spot.

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