I'm not sure if I'm the only one who still enjoys blasting down Ned's on Seymour but I've noticed that the entry log bridge over an initial muddy section is getting more and more off camber. It looks as if the stump that originally supported the center section is slowly rotting out and falling over. Its getting bad enough that its barely rideable in the wet (don't turn your front wheel or use your brakes!) and pretty much impossible if there is wet snow on it.
I looked at tackling the repair myself but it looks as if it will take quite a bit of work to jack / pull (come-along?) the bridge back into place (so that is level again) and then put some new supports under it. At the very least it would be very time consuming for one person to do by themselves without the right equipment and experience. The other issue is the politics behind doing the work. I have no idea if this is Metro land, CMHC land or who is in charge of this particular area. Anyone here know if this is something that the NSMBA could take care of or would it have to be done on the down low? Is Ned's a fully sanctioned trail?