New Snow fell overnight, we had 3 to 4 inches of thick heavy snowfall overnight. Trouble is there is snow in the air right now and its 36 degrees. I even just saw 5 sleds ride by a few minutes ago. This snow once sleds are thru it once will be mush. We need temps to go way down which they are supposed to start doing and lake effect coming in the next couple of days. It doesn’t matter that I say trails are junk there are always riders that get out there. Even last night the Gaylord groomer ran down trail 7 to Frederic, I don’t know what he was trying to do but it in my opinion it was way to warm for it to be out there. I took the same three pictures again this morning that I have done the past few days. Sure makes it look nice out there. The Darkside Adventures guys are riding up where there is good snow. They are up northeast of Maine and crossed the St Lawrence Seaway on the ferry this morning. Here is a link to their tracking so you can see where at least someone is having fun riding. Darkside Adventures Tracking Link from there you can see their daily updates under the Frost Bytes Tab. The 3 million mark came up yesterday and as before I had multiple people that sent me pics at the 3 million mark, however Mark Cosens was the first one in at 1:12 p.m. with the first pic of the counter. So he gets the goodies, 4 spikeburgers, sledheads sweatshirt, koozies and key chain. Honorable mention also goes to Monty Wiseman who came in at same time as Mark did, Carl Vanallen, John Kotara all who came in afterwards still at 3 million. I don’t know how or why the counter does that as it did it last time too. That’s why I say first one in gets the goodies. Also had previous winner Chris Rybicki come in at 3000001 Thanks to all who tried. Lets hope the snow keeps coming. I really don’t believe we will get enough to make it a good riding weekend but this is a start. Below I am pasting a note about recreational trespass from the DNR. There was a local property owner that stopped to see me the other day and he is not happy about sleds on his property. It should be the same for everyone, this is the rules from the DNR plus some common sense should be included too otherwise don’t be surprised if you get a ticket.
Thanks for checking in. Pete