I have been lucky to get dirt for no cost. All it took was A LOT of persistence and FB marketplace.OK maybe I will add bits in here. I saw a sign the other day for screened topsoil. It was $20 a cubic yard which can add up. But after having dug in my yard for the better part of a year, it saves my back countless hours of pain. We live 4 miles from CR so that gives you an idea of the dirt-to-rock ratio.
Had this dropped today. Behind it you can see what my whale tail has turned into - a sort of tabletop-ish like thing. The wood to the left behind it is the second line, which goes to the left of the main line. Behind the tree slightly to the right of the dirt pile peak is the landing of a gap jump on the alternate line. You can also see a wooden ramp back there which is on the shelf for now as we only use it for scoping.
This pile will go into building up the 2nd & 3rd table-tops and the exit to the berm. More than likely that will tap all of this out.
The whale tail landing will also get widened. It's pretty goddamn sturdy so I am going to bring it out 6" each side to make the landing a little more error proof.
I am also thinking that there will be a 3rd line to this side of the whale tail before the end of 2021. My guess is that we will have 3-4 of these loads dropped by then.