Me and a friend have been riding around the rain/muddy spots. Have not been over to the Flatwoods side at all. Pretty sure it's still under water/mudfest.
But got almost 17 miles in today. Left from TC, up to the levee, over to HITF. Misery was holding water a few days ago but is down to very passable mud in a few spots today. Went down Grandpa. The part from the main to the first 3 way to Palmetto was muddy a few days ago but was OK today. Rain has washed away tons of soil and a lot of that part of Grandpa resembles Washboard. It's not longer an easy, no brainer trail. Continued down Grandpa until the next break (where the big Bamboo is) and there's a big pool of water over the trail..something to be walked around. Headed towards the Piglet section, that's totally under water. Headed back towards main on Hogwild and there's one section still underwater but can be ridden thru since it's hard sand underneath.
Past the power lines heading towards Morris Bridge Park, a few days ago there was water in the trail. No standing water past the bridge today, but about 4 really wet spots with heavy, deep mud. Heavy, deep, black mud that sucks your tires and makes your legs work and makes you gasp for air. And you keep pedaling because the alternative is to be face down in that deep, black mud that's probably filled with pig *.
And again, soil washed away and roots exposed where it's not deep in mud.
On the way back on main after the power lines took the first left which would take you back to the piglet trails and intersect with hogwild and about 1/4 mile in it was totally underwater; a lake. Turned around, back to main trail. Took the right onto Enchanted. Has one underwater spot and one bad muddy spot. Palmetto is fine..back to Grandpa.
Grandpa from main to main is dry, but eaten up by hogs.
Took the levee and went over the river and went again towards Flatwoods until we hit water. The trail had standing water on it before the turn off to Panther. (that's where we turned around and went back to parking lot at TC)
This may be way too much info, but here it is.