Good thing I didn't title this blog "Smith Trails". One of the bad things about Quarryville is that there is no real public land that would be available. I am not sure how it works out, but 717 seems to be undisturbed: maybe because it is a public park? I think Chickies Rock was a similar situation; I don't think there was ever a real problem with trails being there. I guess if worst comes to worst, and we want to, we could probably find some Amishman that would rent us some woodland. Or we could just migrate to 717. I am not sure, but I don't think the trash back there helped us any. Not that it was horrible, the the existence of bottles here and there doesn't look good to someone who is trying to care for a property. We should've kept that place spotless.
we'll figure something out, i think any good trail team is faced with this situation at some point. the dirt will rise again
and for the time being i'm just going to try to stay positive and be glad for all that we picked up from that place. best trails quarryville ever saw. and were going to rays in a week, we should be very stoked for that
guys just come dig with us. you're more than welcome. our spot is pretty tight so far, and we've been digging for about a year and a half.sad to see your spot go.lets have a 'fuck it' jam.
I would definitely relocate my digging interests to 717 if I was up that way more often. In fact, if two more diggers were added up there those woods would quickly be filled. As it is, I just couldn't make it up there enough call it home. I would like to get up and dig sometime though. Maybe Sunday.