Agreed--conditions are excellent. Green light for sure. Should be a great weekend for riding. As far as I know, we're caught up on chainsawing. Please post if you know of any significant downed trees or limbs.
Hoosier Energy has completed construction of a shelter house near the spillway. While they had their employees in mind, this is a public amenity and you are free to use it. Please do not shortcut up and down the corridor that they opened up during construction. It is covered in erosion control blanket and we've done some transplanting to help close it and restore it.
On a related note, you may notice two new paths up near the Hoosier Energy fence. You're welcome to check them out, but these are just short connectors for their employees. They lead to gates, which are closed to the general public. We're working on signage.
There is still I-69 related trail relocation/mitigation work to be done on the the southwest side. That's all flagged and partially constructed and you are welcome to ride it. Keep an eye out for a volunteer day sometime before summer. Post up if you have any questions about I-69 stuff.