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 This looks so goood.
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 no drainage?
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 We have been blessed to find dirt that sucks up the water faster than the sky can provide it. Down the road, as the dirt hardens and packs from years of riding, and loses the ability to drain, we can lead a pipe to a low spot off the left to a lower spot. The pipe can be tunneled through so we can preserve the amazing clean green look of the zone. But that's far off in the future; right now you couldn't flood this place with a fire hose.
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 right on, I figured since it was Canada it would be more wet. looks great!
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 Jumps looks sick Matt gonna have to get out for a dig with ya guys when I'm home from our revy ski trip.
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 oooooo giggity goo! lookin rad matt. these are going to be sick!
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 Nice! It's really pulling through. Props on digging 24/7.
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 wow matt that looks beautiful, great job, can't wait to see it!
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 Wow awesome work guys, I'd love to shoot here!
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 WOW this is going to be awesome!
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 haha this is greenlands neighbour i take it?
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 sick, u should build a wood feature! would look cool in that forrest! even just a wood roll in
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 Awesome work! I wish it was possible to dig during winter where I live.
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 dayum. is this the new hoodlums? Wink
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 No easy set(s). Squirrel catcher to dreamland-sized 4-pack.
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 DJs as nice as your custom builds; awesome stuff Matt!
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 wow looks sick! nice work!
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 looks rad guys
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 so nice good job
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 where is drainage?
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 In the dirt. It's rained 100s of mm into this tub already with no flooding.
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