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post #1591 of 1974 Old 04-15-2012, 04:49 AM
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post #1592 of 1974 Old 04-16-2012, 10:42 PM
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The last pic shows where i was having trouble. I had to gas it hard enough to get on the step but go easy enough not to slide left and either fall in the hole or smack a rock. took some finesse and a few attempts but i got it
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Anyone going this weekend?
Hey, I'm new to the site, and have never been to trails rd, but I would really like to go. I have been trying for awhile to do so, but didn't want to break rule number 1. I would be all sorts of ready to go this weekend.
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I will be going Saturday afternoon. If any of you all wanna meet up let me know.

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post #1596 of 1974 Old 04-25-2012, 05:40 AM
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I am good for Sunday if anyone is interested.
I recently went up and helped one of the home owners with dragging trees down off the hill for fire wood.
This is the same home owner who wants everyone to stay out of the water.

Needless to say people are still running the waterfall so it's only a matter of time until he "gates the trail".

His words not mine!

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post #1597 of 1974 Old 04-25-2012, 05:53 AM
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Stay on the road. It's been open for a long time. I've been going there since 1999 and if people can't respect the legal wheeling this will close also. And everyone wonders why there are no legal trails in the area besides Rausch.

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I am actually considering making some sign's stating that to continue to use trails road all drivers must stay out of the waterfall and stream. All other areas are fair game.
To be honest Mike after talking to the home owner, I am ready for him to gate it.
He made the comment that he would have no issues with letting the respectful drivers use the road after he gates it.
Everyone needs to learn the rules, and sometimes until things get taken away they just thin it's talk.
Needless to say I am wanting to head back up soon I know he needs more fire wood and I needed my line block, so I could wench more trees down to the road for him.
Who would have thought trees would be so damn heavy and get caught up on every damn thing coming down the hill. ((Joke))

Now get to work and sell some Jeeps!

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post #1599 of 1974 Old 04-25-2012, 07:04 AM
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greg that a good idea about putting up a notice down there so that way the message gets out to people that dont know this thread exist

im gonna try to swing threw Sunday I wanna check out the mtr's I put on the 94

which reminds me anyone got a extra 245/75/16 goodyear Mtr durawall laying around I need a spare to throw in the rotation
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This is the same home owner who wants everyone to stay out of the water.
Greg,
I had no idea the waterfall was a no-go.
I've heard a thousand times to stay out of the water and the group I go with always thought that meant the river at the bottom.
I will pass the word along to others I know that won't see this thread.
Thanks for talking with the property owner, if firewood keeps him happy, I'd be more than glad to put some work in to keep things on the up & up.
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Greg,
I had no idea the waterfall was a no-go.
I've heard a thousand times to stay out of the water and the group I go with always thought that meant the river at the bottom.
I will pass the word along to others I know that won't see this thread.
Thanks for talking with the property owner, if firewood keeps him happy, I'd be more than glad to put some work in to keep things on the up & up.
Very cool, yeah I had always thought the same thing as to staying out of the stream. But after talking with him last Thursday and winching some trees down to the road for him. He explained the PA law which prohibits driving through or across waterways, as well as he just wants everyone to respect his wishes and respect local laws. Which makes the waterfall a no go as far as wheeling back there.
He's a very nice guy and FWIW he's making it easier on us, he has reopened the easy exit in the middle of the trail so broken rigs can limp out in 2wd up to Midvale Rd. and he's dealing with the other home owners down there that would much rather keep us out of there all together.

I have been wheeling up there since 94 and I will personally be pretty pissed off if
a bunch of asshat's screw that up for everyone.

Chuck I am thinking something simple two plywood signs 24" x 24" one just at the opening to the rock garden and one up on W. Trails just below the drop in.
Now to find some free plywood and buy some white paint and a red or black paint for the lettering.
Maybe I'll make a stencil so the signs can be touched up as needed when I am up there.

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Chuck I am thinking something simple two plywood signs 24" x 24" one just at the opening to the rock garden and one up on W. Trails just below the drop in.
Now to find some free plywood and buy some white paint and a red or black paint for the lettering.
Maybe I'll make a stencil so the signs can be touched up as needed when I am up there.
just happen to have a extra sheet in the garage I can cut down how do you suggest they mount? 10 screws in to a tree
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lol 2 2" screws with washers should do the trick.

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Ill have to keep an eye out for that homeowner. I would gladly help him drag some tree's for firewood if that makes him happy. I got a bunch of 2 inch wood screws and some different length 2 x 4's but no plywood laying around. The divorce is making things pretty tight so I cant offer much more than that.

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