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Trails, Trails, Trails
Posted on Mar 28th, 2011

Trails, Trails, Trails

As we finally break into spring, lets all keep in mind that the trails could still be wet and a little soft in many areas. Please make every effort to stay off the trails with your favorite horse if the conditions are wet and sloppy. You could injure your horse, and ruin the grass if they lose their footing. Let’s also be conscious that people’s private property is not an extension of the trails. As with snow mobiles in the winter, summer traffic should make every effort to keep within the bounds of the trail system. If you happen to be in an area where there are no trails, please keep control of your horse on the edge of the street and not the edge of a homeowner’s yard. Many have sprinkler systems and pet containment wire that could be damaged from the impressions of a heavy hoof. 

 

As always, the trail system throughout the neighborhood should not be used as a construction entrance or used as access to the rear of your property for any reason. Damage to the trail system will be the responsibility of the homeowner and you will be billed for it's repair. Please report any unauthorized vehicles to an association director; report any motorcycle or ATVs to the Omaha Police.

 

Fun in the snow!

 

Finally, you get to blow the dust off those lonely snow mobiles and show them a little attention. Hurrah! Let’s not forget to practice a little safe driving while running those sleds up the trails. Please remember that others 'on foot' use the trails in the snow as well and could be hurt if you’re not in control. Our suggestion; if you really want to open them up, do so inside the boundaries of Skyline Corral. There is a lot of open space to really get your sled moving and less danger of hitting a fellow neighbor enjoying the winter weather. 

 

While riding on the trails, please try to be respectful of others property and confine your travel to the trails only and not members yard. Remember, guests may only participate in this activity if they are in the company of an SRPOA member in good standing; and as always, four wheelers and other types of ATV's are strictly prohibited. Please ride at your own risk as SRPOA will not be held responsible for personal injury or property damage due to the risk being accepted by participants of such an activity.

 

WARNING! The ice depth on the pond in Skyline Corral is @ 1 to 2 1/2 inches and is not study enough to support any activity such as skating or ice fishing. Please refrain from venturing out on the ice until further notice.