Nice. thanks. that probably answers that for alot of people.
Maybe build some fun little bridges over the non drying areas. im down to build some. Carpentry was easy to learn building speakerboxes and bars inside restaurants and niteclubs. Carter uses some of them over problem areas and they make the riding all the more fun.....
Oh yeah, did i mention that I have a TON of wood and screws, tools and saws. let me know if this may help and give me dimennsions. Ill work out a blueprint or two and do all the math and caulculations.
*Smoothing out the drop on OMG by building a drop in ramp will allow the subsequent tabletop to be used as either a tabletop hit (a big one) or allow less skilled people to roll over the top.
*The exit for MAX G'S could be redesigned. Where it merges, it will NEVER repair. Maybe relocating it over one more whoop and then out the side where the heavy equip was stored during construction would work. You could get there without sacraficing your roll from the initial drop in.
*Create some park fun in the area that Lauren Overlook is. This can raise and lower the terrain enough to get it pretty dry and not muddy. It will also get more people to use the rest area. Now they can watch advanced riders take a few hits and maybe some boxes or bridges to roll on and stunt!!!.
Just a few ideas