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bruce prator
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The Indian creek bridge was taken out by the forest service in JUly.  Indian creek was passable as of today.  After two heavy days of rain. it is waist deep and hauling ass by the trail crossing.  It is a major crossing till at least april depending on rainfall.  To bad as the goats trail work this year capialized on the section of trail and now it is bockled by the creek half way in. 

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Davey Sprockett
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bruce prator wrote:

The Indian creek bridge was taken out by the forest service in JUly.  Indian creek was passable as of today.  After two heavy days of rain. it is waist deep and hauling ass by the trail crossing.  It is a major crossing till at least april depending on rainfall.  To bad as the goats trail work this year capialized on the section of trail and now it is bockled by the creek half way in. 

Personally I've questioned the integrity of the Indian Creek bridge for past 5 or 6 years. Relieved to hear it's gone, though disappointed that we'll be unable to cross there. That's a very popular segment of the MFT.

Davey Sprockett

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