The TrackUpdated: November 10th, 2017
The trustees and beneficiaries have a duty to maintain the track and as I reside here it's understandable that I have done the work for the last 25 years, Although I only walk the track there are occasions when I have visitors who use cars and there is the postman who drives, possibly on average, weekly on my behalf.
Every year I spend two or three days making improvements; the jobs include
- Cutting back the trees, hedges, verges as well as the central grass on the lower parts.
- Clearing channels down the lower half of the track; one down the centre of the track from the caravan upwards and one from the wagon down to the lower drain.
- Clearing three cross-sectional drains to limit on-track flow: One at the top, one halfway down and one by the triangle field gate.
- Levelling parts of the track
November 10th: Gavin had difficulty driving up. Much of the stone is spun out of place and gullies deepen making grip very difficult. With a lighter vehicle or four wheel drive it may be OK but Gavin had to take a rush at it, which only just worked and threw up hundreds of stones to the chassis : not good.
The stones could do with mixed gravelfrom 1cm down to bind them.
September 23rd: Gave Jamie, Yvette's son, £100 towards laying stones on the track today.
July 21st: Spent an hour clearing the three drains across the track and enhancing the central gully to guide the rainfall.
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