[pct-l] Poodledog Bush Report mi 419-430

T.Rem toddremy at gmail.com
Wed May 9 21:49:56 CDT 2012

It's pretty bad but I'm not sure if I'd say "unavoidable."  A number of us
made it through OK although I'd definitely advise wearing long-pants,
long-sleeves, and paying close attention to where you walk.


On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 3:26 PM, Moynihan <mary.moynihan at gmail.com> wrote:

> Trail Report:
> The trail is overrun with poodledog brush between miles 419-430. *Overrun
> being an understatement.* It's unavoidable and Rubs and Southern advise
> avoiding it by all means. They recommend taking one of the side FS roads
> at/around mile 419 and detouring around it. They say the heaviest
> consentration is around mile 423 with waist to chest high deep poodledog
> brush.
> Dang, there was barely a trace of this stuff in 2007. Nonetheless, as the
> saying goes, I'd rather be hiking!
> -Speedstick
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