Archive for April 2011

Whetstone Creek Trail Volunteers

On a beautiful Saturday morning in March a group of neighbors surrounding the Whetstone Creek Trail in northwest Atlanta assembled for a very productive clean-up along the trail. Pictured below are some of the dedicated volunteers that came out  from the Adams Crossing and Windsor Hills neighborhoods to help clean-up the trail that weaves through…

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Chastain Park Trail Has Gone Loopy

We started constructing the first phase of the Chastain Park Trail in June of 1994 between the American Legion Hall and Lake Forrest Road at Rose Gate Drive. Since that time, we have built five additional phases to encircle the golf course and loop through the woodlands north of Galloway School. The trail has gotten…

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Construction Abounds

Arabia Mountain Trail, Phase 6 Lichty Construction is putting the finishing touches on the sixth phase of the Arabia Mountain Trail system between the Arabia Mountain Nature Center and the south parking lot on Klondike Road. The trail is almost entirely raised boardwalk due to the preponderance of rock near the surface that prevented grading…

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Intrenchment Creek Latest Destination for the South River Trail

DeKalb County and PATH are fostering the vision of creating a loop trail through DeKalb County that will connect with the Atlanta BeltLine Trail at Freedom Parkway and at Boulevard Crossing. The loop will include the existing Stone Mountain Trail, portions of the Arabia Mountain Trail, and the South River Trail presently under construction. Pursuant…

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Bridge Construction Completed

The City of Powder Springs recently completed construction of the Silver Comet bridge over Lost Mountain Road. Ed McBrayer helped Powder Springs officials cut the ribbon on March 29th. Photos Courtesy Powder Springs-Lithia Springs Patch (powdersprings.patch.com)

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CLIP ART

Every cyclist remembers their first time. For me it was in the parking lot of a busy restaurant on Sunday right after church. The moment is branded into my memory as much as anything else I can remember. It was a spandex nightmare!

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