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Antrim County Trail Report – Jordan Valley Trails Council – 02/13

JORDAN VALLEY UPDATE via Jordan Valley Trails Council​ – 2/13

Trail update 02-13-2020 : We’ve finally received some new snow to freshen up the trails! Groomers and riders have indicated trails have been in really good shape this week. Monday we received about 3” of compacted snow and another couple inches throughout the week. We have a very solid hard base so we’re back in business again. The short term forecast has a few more inches coming through the weekend with cooler temps which should make for a good weekend of riding! Get your riding in as next weekend is predicted to be in the 40’s again 🤬😤🤯

Next weekend is East Jordan’s winter Sno-Blast, be sure to check out the events at the East Jordan Sno-Mobilers, Inc. as well as festivities in town.

Have a safe weekend and enjoy the trails!
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Monday February 17th, 2020 - 8:26 pm

East Jordan Sno-Mobilers, Inc.

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Sunday February 16th, 2020 - 8:59 pm

Jordan Valley Trails Council

Today Bruce and Tracey installed some PVC pipes to try and make a snow bridge over the “Pinney Bridge River”. There is still a section for free sled washes though 😁
This fall we were working with the DNR and Antrim County Road Commission to hopefully improve this area but ran out of time before the early snow, hopefully before next season we can get this problem taken care of.
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We went over it Monday morning and the temporary fix worked great. Thanks!

We went through the sled wash Saturday!! It was much needed after the “mud bath” from the logging road that was plowed down to dirt😳🤦‍♂️🤪

Thank you great job I was just sending it across the water haha.. see ya next weekend and for the breakfast at EJ

We will need an engineer and a $tudy before we go any further... LOL Great Job!!!

Why not put culvert in for a better fix. Long term.

Its not that bad to get through ,first time ive seen water there in my history

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Sunday February 16th, 2020 - 6:19 pm

East Jordan Sno-Mobilers, Inc.

JVTC volunteers, working for you to make trails better. Thanks goes out to Bruce Wood and Tracey Johnson. ... See MoreSee Less

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Now to get the other end of Pinney Bridge Road passable. 🤨

Don’t take away the free bath! I just baptized 3 of my children in that river last weekend!😂

Thank you for all your work!

Thank you see you next weekend!

Two of the many unsung heroes that donate their spare time so others can enjoy theirs.

Nice work fellas

Jeffrey Ainsworth check this out they fixed it today lol the day we leave

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Thursday February 13th, 2020 - 6:53 pm

East Jordan Sno-Mobilers, Inc.

Classic & Antique Snowmobile Show - Saturday, February 22, 2020 at the East Jordan Sno-Mobilers Club House. 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday February 13th, 2020 - 5:08 pm

East Jordan Sno-Mobilers, Inc.

UPDATE: This is NOT on the trail, it is a couple hundred yards south of the trail on the seasonal road

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There is a semi truck on trail 4 between Pinney Bridge road and the potato fields. Please be aware and use caution in this area
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What did he do, come in from Jordan Valley Rd?

Thursday February 13th, 2020 - 4:46 pm

Jordan Valley Trails Council

UPDATE: This is NOT on the trail, it is a couple hundred yards south of the trail on the seasonal road

🚨🚨WARNING🚨🚨
There is a semi truck on trail 4 between Pinney Bridge road and the potato fields. Please be aware and use caution in this area
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UPDATE: This is NOT on the trail, it is a couple hundred yards south of the trail on the seasonal road

🚨🚨WARNING🚨🚨
There is a semi truck on trail 4 between Pinney Bridge road and the potato fields.  Please be aware and use caution in this area

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How does this happen? GPS or not. Where’s the common sense.

Omg I'm an equipment operator and I haul my own equipment. I hate using GPS it always tries to take me down dirt roads or through neighborhoods.. I just keep passing them and make my GPS reroute itself until I get to main roads

Todd lambert. I told you not To park your semi there

Damn ice road truckers is getting desperate

There cutting by bedelas

Just a steering wheel holder

Semis out

Thx

Kevin Ivkovich 🤦‍♂️

Logging i assume

Damn

WTF?

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