Michigan Trail Report


Seney Trail Report – Seney – 03/08

March 8

Groomer Jim on Trail 43 last night… (See photo below.)

March 7

Groomer operators are reporting the trails as a whole to be in very good to Excellent shape, 431 is in excellent shape with the exception of the section of Trail where they are logging between the park and ride and the split at the bra tree, they went over that section twice and was able to get rid of most of the moguls but there are still a few frozen chatter bumps… we got anywhere from a half inch to an inch of fresh snow on 431.

Trail 43/8 looks unbelievably good, the trail received a couple inches of fresh snow up and trail is very flat and hard packed!

The time to ride is now, it’s March so you never know how much longer we got to ride. Hope to see you all soon!

-Randy D.

“Where Friends And Trails Meet”

VETERANS RIDE: March 10th. Okay, I’m starting my pitch for registering for the ride. It takes a lot of preplanning to pull off such a large event in a small town with all volunteers. PLEASE call or email to register today. Need numbers for T-shirts and food. We don’t turn anyone away the day of the ride but we have run out of food before and its very embarrassing and a bummer for those last in line. Contact Diane @ 906-287-0207, seneysnowmobiling@gmail.com.
If you have never been to a veterans ride before you might want to join us. We start with a ceremony at the flag pole before splitting up into guided groups for a 80-100 mile ride in the majestic woods of the Upper Peninsula on trails groomed just for the ride. A hot lunch is provided off trail at the headwaters of the Taquamanon. Dinner rounds out the day of camaraderie.
Be a Vet, Bring a Vet, or Thank a Vet!
Thats our motto. Hope to see you there.
DESERTS NEEDED: I am asking for volunteers to make the deserts again this year for the veterans ride. If you are able to bring up a desert please email me what size, i.e. 9×12 or 1/2 sheet cake pan, so I can tabulate when we have enough.
We started to groom 2 tracks for the vet ride already. If you are a cabin owner, a local, or just someone who boondocks on the 2 tracks you should consider being an SSA club member. Already a member; are your dues current? This is the money used to groom these trails. It cost $200 every time the groomer leaves the barn. As these trails aren’t part of the “system” the club encores all the cost. You can become a member or update your membership thru Paypal at seneysnowmobiling.com
or by sending it to SSA, PO Box 102, Seney, MI 49883. If you’d like to make a donation to the vet ride, mail it to the address above.

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