I didn’t get to take my sled ride yesterday but managed to get one in today after spending the morning hanging the chains on the front tires of the New Holland with the following results.
Trail #47 to Lovells is like a good highway most of the way but the snow gets a little thin the closer you get to Lovells, not impassable by any means but thinner. Trail #7 which is our problem child regardless of snow amounts is cleaner with the addition of the couple of inches we got a couple of days ago but still shows some snirty stretches. Trail #s 679 and 79 are good and white and for the most part smooth with very few bumps although me and my M-10 actually don’t care about bumps to begin with.
WEEKEND CONDITIONS: I don’t see a problem with the weekend as traffic doesn’t look to be massive compared to years past and judging by our book, state of the economy and people leary of trail conditions I suppose are the culprits here. Again I’m sticking with the fair part of the report only because of the few number of snirty areas and the ice.
GROOMING: We are and we’re happy about it!! The usual weekend schedule is set and I don’t see any reason for varying from same.
Ride Often and Please Be Safe, Keith, Sandy and The Girls
At Fay’s Motel enjoy direct access to the Grayling Area snowmobile trails.