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Feb 22, 2020 at 11:13
Feb 22, 2020
Interview: Abby Long, Executive Director of the Kingdom Trail Association
@lifeofloon: this came out weeks after we spoke? Good lord...you seem to have a strange vendetta going here. Good luck!
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Hell yeah! Great use of rule of thirds here!

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Stunner!

briceshirbach briceshirbach's article
Feb 7, 2020 at 18:43
Feb 7, 2020
Interview: Abby Long, Executive Director of the Kingdom Trail Association
That's a great point. I'd actually love to hear her thoughts on that as well. While they do, as you mention, need to prioritize managing the problems at hand at the actual Kingdom Trails, it would be interesting to see if there might possibly be an opportunity to multitask and work on reestablishing mountain bike trails on the Victory Hill property. Knight, Ryan, and that crew are among the very best trail builders in the country, and I know how much he loved that spot. As did the rest of us!
briceshirbach briceshirbach's article
Feb 7, 2020 at 7:04
Feb 7, 2020
Interview: Abby Long, Executive Director of the Kingdom Trail Association
@Bikefellow: I think you made several sound points here. I honestly don't know much about skeletons in their closets and wouldn't want to speculate on them in this manner, but I agree and think even Abby might that an audit is long overdue. You're right though, this has historically been a great organization that has provided quite a lot of joy for hundreds of thousands of people over the years, myself very much included and this definitely marks a turning point. I have quite a lot of close friends who call East Burke home, and my ultimate hope is that this proves to be a growing pain, and an overdue launch pad for changes that are clearly needed. I know I sound like a broken record, but I do think that looking to the landowners for direction moving forward and starting that process via the public forum on Feb. 11 is a really smart way to handle this. I would love to see notes on it and hear how things go.
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