Okay, so the ice is getting thin on the lakes and the snow is starting to thin down. Time to get the ATV's ready. I have a couple of questions if someone has information to share. The ATV group I'm in is usually one of the first out in the trails in our area (northern lower). We typically bring a chain saw with us, as even though we do DNR trails, there's usually a blowdown tree or two that needs handling. Anybody else run into this much? Is it an issue from a DNR standpoint for us to clear the trail? Also, trees do this funny thing called grow. Trails set up for maybe a 60" width seem to get narrower each year, and there's been issues of leftover stumps (even small ones) suddenly taking a rider off the trail and into the forest in a moments notice. Does the DNR do a field check of the trails on a regular basis for the width?