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From: Dave K <fishwatch...@hotmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2018 5:42 AM
To: steve...@rochester.rr.com
Subject: Towpath


I think you're right.....it does seem better, but not because of any 
intentional improvements. Traffic and weather have smoothed it out a bit. There 
are some deep ruts that could strand you in almost any vehicle but there are 
paths around them. The drought like conditions made it fairly easy to get to 
the first dyke. Personally, I won't go there after these rains as the worse 
will be camouflaged with water and the mud is extremely greasy with the 
potential of sliding you into ruts.

There is always something to see down Towpath but with the Knox-Mar water so 
far to the North it's about as close viewing the meat of it from East Rd.

Good luck.

Dave K.


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