Boat Ramp at the spur

Discussion in 'Utah Flyway Forum' started by donk, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. LGILL

    LGILL New Member

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    I'll be there to help, just let me know when.
     
  2. donk

    donk Senior Refuge Member

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    Who done the work on the ramp at the spur good job and thanks would have loved to help with it.
     
  3. Josh Noble

    Josh Noble Senior Refuge Member

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    Looks pretty good!!
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  4. donk

    donk Senior Refuge Member

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    Dirt under the gravel is still real soft pulling out can be tricky if you don't have a 4x4.
    As you know gravel not the easiest to drive in then add a little soft dirt well you know the rest.:z
     
  5. Josh Noble

    Josh Noble Senior Refuge Member

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    Launched there today and you don't need a four wheel drive but if you do have one please use it when you put your boat in and out at least until the rock settles. If you don't it'll be rutted up in no time.

    Sure is a HECK of a lot nicer than I've ever seen it though.
     
  6. donk

    donk Senior Refuge Member

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    We still have no clue who done the work on ramp at the spur, maybe they want to stay on the Down low. Anyway just want to say thanks and great job.
     
  7. western squawker

    western squawker Senior Refuge Member

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    That's cool. Plan to use it tomorrow and I'll be gentle. Now, if our mystery infrastructure improvement man:bow could fix the POS road leading to the ramp we'd be golden.:grvn
     
  8. rmk800

    rmk800 Elite Refuge Member

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    I believe that road gets graded once or twice a year. good thing its not that long of a dirt road eh?!
     

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