Ok, I'm gonna see if I can write a post before my 13 year old wakes up, she had a derby bout and then a sleepover up 'til midnight. So, I got up and took my dogs for a walk up Indiana Jones, one of the premiere trails in the Left Hand Canyon trail network.
At the entrance to Indy I met one of my failed repair projects, Over the winter I came out several times to this spot and tried to smooth the giant brake bumps. I cut down the highs and filled in the lows. I moved buckets and buckets of dirt back into the craters. Then as soon as the snow cleared my work didn't last a week. The same thing happened on Dead Ass. It's as if all the dirt I piled in the low spots transferred to the high spots and amplified them. I had a theory that if I could just disrupt the wave pattern of the brake bumps they wouldn't be so deadly.