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caribooyj Parkbuilder72's photo
Feb 17, 2017 at 10:32
2 days
Looks great! Nice dirt ;-)

caribooyj elflamingo's video
Feb 17, 2017 at 7:32
2 days
Congrats Patrick! No surprise to see this becoming VOD, awesome video!

caribooyj nikoniko's photo
Feb 15, 2017 at 15:45
Feb 15, 2017
@nikoniko: You mentioned the rainy season before... here in our dry interior climate even the small dimensional pine would last quite some time.

caribooyj nikoniko's photo
Feb 15, 2017 at 6:25
Feb 15, 2017
Good advice! Solid looking structure, looking good. Built to last!

caribooyj pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 13, 2017 at 16:10
Feb 13, 2017
caribooyj pmbiassociation's article
Feb 13, 2017 at 8:38
Feb 13, 2017
PMBIA Association Announces Partnerships with Whistler Mountain Bike Park, IMBA Canada and CASI
Looking forward to taking the Level 1 course this season with Darron. Heard nothing but great comments from previous participants. Congrats on the new partnership agreements, a great way to improve connectivity and exposure of the program.
caribooyj caribooyj's photo
Feb 11, 2017 at 23:21
Feb 11, 2017
They are great Bill, Chris Masters fabricates them...various styles and sizes. Was hoping to see you at the coast this weekend, but road conditions stopped us from going. Not sure if you made it to Gibsons? Let's chat soon.

caribooyj Parkbuilder72's photo
Feb 11, 2017 at 16:20
Feb 11, 2017
@nikoniko: I think I misspelled it. Parkbuilder has it correct: McLeod. Cool, I'll look into it. I check with my friend if he has some pre-build right now so that he can get me the exact weight. I think it is worth it, you'll never buy another one to replace it. It will not break! And yes, the photo posted here is the full McLeod, the real deal. I think originally they were built for wildfire fighters as fire break rakes. At least that's what I tell students when teaching my trailbuilding workshops ;-)

caribooyj Parkbuilder72's photo
Feb 11, 2017 at 16:06
Feb 11, 2017
@nikoniko: Here's the one that I personally use the most. It is a bit lighter than the full McLeoud, but has the same features. A rake end and a flat end. The heavy gauge steel can be re-sharpened over and over again on the flat end, so you use it for hacking through roots, moss, even strip branches off trees, etc.. He also builds the full-size McLeouds. I'm sure this would last you forever. Next time I order a few I should get the weight without handle so I can price out the shipping to Japan. I'm a bad guesser with weight, but a 2kg parcel costs $30 to Japan, if it's 3kg it would be $60. Almost the same rates to Germany.

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