Grooming Report Feb 1st 2019
Ladybird Trail Jan 30th 2019
After a busy week repairing the tiller on the 275 it was nice to get on the trail to give it a try. The cat performed well as our vibration we had been feeling was gone. No new snow since last weeks groom so the trail was in pretty good shape. We removed a couple trees from the trail and probed 185 cm at the 19 km cat turnaround. Still decent powder up top with no crust as temps remained cold. Cross your fingers for some fresh as its diffidently needed.
Goose Creek Trail Jan 31st 2019
Trail groomed to the airport with the drag in tow all the way up. Dropped some wood and the drag at Shaw and spent some time around the cabin preparing for family day happening Feb 16th. With no new snow the snow pack has settled slightly, down to 190 cm. Cleaned up the Frosty trail and dropped off some wood and propane there as well.
On our way up the main trail we came across a hole in the middle of the trail from what looked to be the remains of a burnt sled. Not sure who’s or exactly what this was as most of the parts were gone. Our concern was that no one marked the 3 ft deep hole in the middle of the trail where most sleds travel. Yes most people would see this in the daylight but think about kids and poor visibility conditions anytime your trying to decide whether something could be dangerous as that’s how we do it. Thanks
Have a great weekend and plan on the 16th for a get together at the Shaw Cabin. See poster attached.
Tip of the week : If you create a hazard or come across one please mark it or let us know so we can make it safe. Thank you for your support.