Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Headed out again..........

I'm planning on heading out tonight again for some more seat time.  Yes I know...two nights in a row.  But the conditions are just to good to pass up.  I just have to wait for some of the guests to come back and see who wants to go out for some more riding.  Last night traffic was very light and I don't think we passed more than 12 sleds in 55 miles.  We lucked out today, because we didn't see the sun at all and had light snow in the air most of the  day.  It's getting to that time of the year, the days are getting longer and when the sun come out it melts things off really fast.  Hope you enjoy todays video, it's something a little different.

Today's Video for................

15 comments:

  1. I don't mean to get too deep into the weeds here but what is the square acreage of Stillwater reservoir and how many tons of lime did they use?

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    1. Last I checked trail one and Stillwater parking lot are no where near each other.

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  3. Ok....and your point is ???

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  4. The lime was for a bunch of small lakes and ponds in the area....

    Tomorrow is gonna be one of the better riding days of the year. So little traffic out there tonight it was AWESOME :)

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    1. tim you hook up with pinkypoo yet? i bet thats AWESOME too!

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  5. Cool video! Thanks Steven!

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  6. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY OF
    Was up OF Sunday thru Wednesday.
    Can’t say enough how good the trails were.
    Sunday got there around noon and hit the trails from 1:30 to 8 and put on 80 miles.
    Monday morning started with sleet, snow, rain and back to snow. Rode the trails out to the Pine Tree and around that area and back to OF for more riding. Total 137 miles.
    Tuesday started towards Forestport but turned back as we could not locate the trail after Moose River bridge (we made a right and went as total of 4 miles with not a sign for a trail).
    Rode up to the big T and then some more OF riding. Did not ride the lake due to heavy slush conditions. Did another 116 miles.
    Wednesday hit the OF trails at 7:30 till 10 and put on another 36 miles.
    Total miles for this trip 370 miles.
    Trail 5 Tuesday was a 10, not a brown spot showing and flat out to Eagle Bay.
    Our hats off to all that groomed the area’s we rode.
    IMO well worth the permit.

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  7. Just Checked The Still Water Web Cam @ 9:30AM 2/14 Any Idea Why All The Cops Are There?

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    1. REALLY???? Look at Wed. Video

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  8. Old Sleder - heading south once over the bridge on the pavement you need to go straight for about 100 feet and you'll see a sign to turn left. You run across the street there and then bear right going sorta parallel to RT 28. Also you can bypass the bridge altogether by taking the new trail (straight up the hill vs. the right you took back in the woods) to the tracks for a bit and over the the big McKeever trestle (http://www.flickr.com/photos/madula/6201135151). Even when the tracks are bad this is the better option in my opinion. If you kept going up the road (which nobody does/should) you did take you would have eventually hit the canal which you can ride from Forestport to Boonville on. That ride up and down Moose River Road had to really suck...lol

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    1. Thanks for your help.

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    2. Becareful on the tracks there are switch gears that everyone last weekend were gettting hooked up on. One sledder hurt herself pretty bad

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