It firmed up a bit again last night

We had a skiff of new snow out there overnight but not enough to get excited about. At least things firmed up overnight. When I got here this morning I heard sleds in the distance but the first ones of the day just rode into here about 11:30, they said they have been lakes of the north to grayling and that  trails are hard and firm and that they have seen way more sleds today than they did yesterday. So things are still holding and as long as it stays or gets cold at night I think we will be o.k. to ride thru the weekend. There is still a ton of snow out there so there is no way its gonna melt off yet. On our way back from the bridge yesterday conditions were softer than earlier in the day but still very good. You can see the snow starting to darken up. My parking lot is still all snow with no dirt showing,,,,,yet…..Thats the best I can tell you, enjoy it while it lasts…..Also have two great snowmobile cabin listings if you know anyone looking.  A nice and clean move in ready very neat and cute log cabin on 2 acres for 109k and a small cute little cabin for 49900k both of them close to the trails and snowmobile ready…… Call me if you are ready to buy or get your check book out…. The time is coming where I need to switch into summer selling mode….but I am not quite ready yet…Now also I would like to talk about the Veterans Ride this weekend at the Fox River Motel in Seney. Don and Diane put that ride on each year. Veterans ride for free. Its all about thanking the Veterans. “BE A VET, THANK A VET, RIDE WITH A VET”.  Last year they had about 250 riders and so far this year they have 256 signed up. Things start with a ceremony in the morning following the big ride and then back for dinner about 5. This event has grown huge over the past few years and its all about the Vetereans. You dont have to be a veteran to ride and vets ride free, all others they ask for a $25 donation. A deal when you see what they do for everyone. A big THANK YOU to Don and Diane and all their friends and helpers that put this on. Thanks for checking in. Pete

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