trails are obviously wet but generally okay. some mud in low areas and turns. the worst thing by far was the wet roots...slowed us down big time.
there were signs of LOT of water running through there yesterday. some of the "wooden crates" placed in low areas got washed out. we returned most of them to their proper position. 6MR itself was very high (obviously unpassable).
considering the amount of rain we got (and the amount of water that was obviously running through there yesterday) I would say that I was generally surprised by how dry the trails were.
however - I rec. you go slow. the muddy turns and wet roots are ripe for nice spills.
We did Mahlon this morning as we always do and it was fine, actually it was fun. The streams and river beds that have been dry all summer were 12" deep in some spots , so we got wet a few times.
Really no issues to report, a few downed branches.
Actuslly the most difficult thing was that the leaves are coming down and are covering the trails, so it's a little tricky to follow the trails now that they are covered and look just like the "woods".