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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnette View Post
    I've found that walking around the parking lot snapping pictures of license plates clears most out for a bit. That being said it usually comes down to frequent patrolling by PD.
    i've considering just going out and riding laps of the fiddleback section......just to annoy them.
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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    Anyone been out here since the rain? I'm hoping to get a lap today or tomorrow.
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    Went for a short walk on the Ned Sheldon side. It's still a little damp for my taste.... should be good tomorrow I'd think.

    On a positive note, I didn't see any trail lurkers wandering around in the Brokeback section.
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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    There's a dead skunk in the middle of the trail on Lakeside, just after the switchback climbs after the section where you go out by the lake. Who takes care of that? Metro or that creepy homeless guy that's always out there?
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    Buzzards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    Buzzards.
    i don't think bud rides out at hammy.
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    Bud would say that we are too weak to deal with a dead skunk and that he would never close a trail over a dead skunk.

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    Play nice…

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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    The skunk is still there. Saw a buzzard eating it. It is probably one of the worst things I've ever smelled. I breathed in a mouthful of the stink and almost barfed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    Play nice…
    Bud says he can take a good ribbing - and that was fairly benign. At least I didn't accuse him of building double track and bad turns!

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    I hadn't been out there in 6-7 years . . . wow . . . that place is so run down. The trail map is all but destroyed and all the signage on the trail is illegible. The 2.5 mile loop is still fun and unfortunately due to a light shower all the rocks were super slick and I didn't brave the advanced section . . . but it was sad to see how sh*tty that place has become as far as aesthetics and ease of use to newcomers . . . could definitely use a makeover.
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    trail was a little overgrown, but seemed fine to me on sunday. a lot of the advanced side had grass growing in the trail and some of the hidden drops are covered up. started at the ned shelton trail head, so didn't see the sign. dead animal is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrenaryJL View Post
    I hadn't been out there in 6-7 years . . . wow . . . that place is so run down. The trail map is all but destroyed and all the signage on the trail is illegible. The 2.5 mile loop is still fun and unfortunately due to a light shower all the rocks were super slick and I didn't brave the advanced section . . . but it was sad to see how sh*tty that place has become as far as aesthetics and ease of use to newcomers . . . could definitely use a makeover.
    Well get your rear out there with a weed eater then! What aesthetics are you talking about? The biggest problem at Hammy is everyone making their own cut throughs and go arounds. Perhaps you noticed the additional mileage out there?

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    Uzzi, I just meant the signage, map, and parking area. The map is not readable anymore between fading and vandalism and same goes for the signs indicating the entrance to the advanced section etc. The trail itself was as fun as ever and the weeds were not bad. I do think I stumbled on some extra mileage because it seemed like a really long 2.5.

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    Thanks man! The signage is a real sore spot as well. Metro has mentioned updating the signage, but has never happened. I would love to really revitalize the trail this fall. I have some ideas to add some mileage and make two existing sections exciting "flow" sections with some bermed turns and other features. If there is enough interest, we can make it happen.

    Last year for the I AM Mountain event, a lot of trail trimming went into Hamilton Creek. It was over 20 hours of just trimming and we still didn't get it all. Last year of course, we had an insane amount of rain. I think if we had 6 to 8 weed eaters, in teams, we could get that trail trimmed up in a day. But we would need some people to make that happen.

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    I am always down to work at Hammy, especially if we can improve it. I noticed that someone had trimmed the advanced side with some pruners real recently.

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    Let's plan a work do for ..say ..two weeks? Get out there, get some people and just clear through it and get it trimmed for summer.

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    So it's cool to just show up out there with a weedeater and start going to town on the overgrowth? If so I'll prob get out there some time this week and try and tackle some of it.

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    Looks good. Are some cheater lines I found though. Not as overgrown as Chick right now but it could use a touch up.
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    I'm in to Give Back to Hammy!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TreyDownhill View Post
    Looks good. Are some cheater lines I found though. Not as overgrown as Chick right now but it could use a touch up.
    I am available to work at Hammy!! Post up the times and if it fits my schedule I'll be there.

    Thanks for initiating!!

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    I cleaned up some of the first mile (especially where poison ivy was in ankle range) on the advanced side but ran out of string not too far in. I rode both sections after that and there really aren't that many overgrown spots so it shouldn't take too much work to get it in great shape. I may try and get out there later and clean up some more in the next week or so.

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    Good work! Thanks!

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    Looks like someone did an awful lot of slapper cut-back. Much obliged! Trail was in good shape except for 3-4 small mud holes in the red clay areas.

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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    It looks like all of the rain missed hammy yesterday. It is really good out there today.
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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    There isn't much mud out there, but all the rocks and roots are super slick. I only did lakeside.
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    I rode the entire trail and finished just before the storm. It was tacky to damp with an occasional puddle in a few low spots. The rocks on the lakeside were slick but the pinnacle side was in good shape. The trail is great shape except for some knee slappers on the pinnacle side. It gets tight in places between the shortcut and the intersection back to the tunnel. It really needs more tires on the ground, come on Nashville this is an amazing trail that will build your skills!

    If anyone does not have the Davidson County Park Police phone number in their phone, I would add it. 615-880-3429 I had to call when I came up to 2 guys and I luckily did not see anything (man I need some louder hubs). The police showed up only a couple of minutes later, I heard the siren and some yelling. I am not sure what happened, I was already heading back towards the tunnel. The pinnacle side parking lot was full and none of them were bikers. I made a few comments but will those off the board.

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    I keep meaning to make it out there to ride, but it hasn't happened yet.

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    Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    Think this thing will be rideable tomorrow around 1000am? It dumped pretty hard midday today in south Nashville but seemed to dry up for the most part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrenaryJL View Post
    Think this thing will be rideable tomorrow around 1000am? It dumped pretty hard midday today in south Nashville but seemed to dry up for the most part.
    I can't speak to the condition of pinnacle but lakeside was fine this evening as of about 7pm when I was finishing up. Unless it rains between now and then you should be good to go.

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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    It rained here today pretty good just before 5pm. Incidentally I was about 1 mile into my lap when the bottom fell out.
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    Then your mud riding is excused Actually - riding WHILE it's raining is a totally different experience then riding after the rain..as you experienced.

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    Great ride today, I need to remember my hacksaw next time, there are a few down trees that have been down for a while.

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    did it rain enough here yesterday to still be wet this afternoon?
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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    Dunno who said the trail was wet... It's dam near perfect.
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    We got a little rain in H'ville last night. Did the trail get any?

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    Good question.

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    Hammy is perfect if anyone cares. Haven't ridden out there in awhile. NOTHING BUT A GOOD TIME!

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    Thanks Gavin! I'll be out there today at 5:45 if anyone else wants to join in!

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    There were a couple of mud holes, so you won't come home with a clean bike or legs.

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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    There's a new tree leaning across the trail about .2 miles before the change machine. Also, I cleared that tree that was across the trail around 5' off the ground on lakeside about 2 to 3 miles in.
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    What/where is a "change machine"?

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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    What/where is a "change machine"?
    I don't know why it is there... It's on the right about a mile or so in on lakeside. It's been there for as long as I've been riding there. Will take a pic of it if I remember the next time I'm there.

    Someone or something knocked it over so it isn't as easy to see or recognize now.
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    The trail was excellent yesterday. Saw those sketchers last night at the tech side parking lot too...

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    Stephen, found the leaner today, a short distance beyond the gully-between-the-rocks. A chain saw is needed for it and the other beyond Photo Op.

    Expert's right, conditions are great and the weather this morning was unbelievable.

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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    Stephen, found the leaner today, a short distance beyond the gully-between-the-rocks. A chain saw is needed for it and the other beyond Photo Op.

    Expert's right, conditions are great and the weather this morning was unbelievable.
    You find the change machine too?

    I don't remember one being down beyond photo op.. Must have fallen last night.
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    No change machine sighting.

    I could be mistaken with the location. I know there's one that is too high to ride over and has poison ivy on it. It was there Thursday.

    I forgot my chainsaw this morning or would have cut out the two high ones on the (relatively new) exit and the one farther out on the return. Gavin and I made a go-over on it on Thursday, so it's very rideable. Probably should be removed, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    No change machine sighting.

    I could be mistaken with the location. I know there's one that is too high to ride over and has poison ivy on it. It was there Thursday.

    I forgot my chainsaw this morning or would have cut out the two high ones on the (relatively new) exit and the one farther out on the return. Gavin and I made a go-over on it on Thursday, so it's very rideable. Probably should be removed, though.
    the change machine is a little ways past that leaner. you go around a curve and make a 90 degree or so turn to the left and dip through a ditch that has a bunch of roots on the other side. the change machine is on the right immediately before that. it is pretty small.. about the size of a newspaper machine. it has a brown front on it, but right now it is laying on its back with the door open. i'm on-call for the next week, so i won't be able to get out there to take a pic of it. maybe someone else can. =D

    also, i only did lakeside yesterday. i know that there's a tree on the other side about a mile in if you go clockwise from the tunnel.
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    I rode there yesterday and it looked like someone tried to find some change in the change machine so the front of it is off. Don't understand why people just won't leave stuff like that alone. Adds character to the trail and it was positioned there on purpose.

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    Re: Hamilton Creek Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    Quote Originally Posted by Uzzi View Post
    I rode there yesterday and it looked like someone tried to find some change in the change machine so the front of it is off. Don't understand why people just won't leave stuff like that alone. Adds character to the trail and it was positioned there on purpose.
    Is that section of trail called "the coin slot"?
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    Trail's in great shape, but I'll offer a reminder to check for ticks after riding here. I have found 1 tick on my legs each of the last 3 time I've ridden here.

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