On my way out, but wanted to show you what it was looking like. Just hoping the warmth and R don't hurt us to much.
Saturday, December 7, 2019
For those of you that haven't gotten your snowmobile permit for the year. Just a heads up the first of the year the price is going up as follows. So it will save you some $$ to get it done before the end of the year.
On January 1, 2020 permit fees will increase: $100 for seasonal permit, $60 for seasonal weekday permit, $55 for weekly (7-day) permit and $80 for preseason permits, (which will go on sale for the 2020-21 season starting March 6, 2020.) Update:
I guess that's what I get for cutting and pasting. I got the above off of the Old Forge site. It's amazing the difference a two letter word can make. So let me make this clear.
On January 1, 2020 permit fees will increase to: $100 for seasonal permit from $80, $60 for seasonal weekday permit from $50, $55 for weekly (7-day) permit from $45 and $80 for preseason permits from $65, (which will go on sale for the 2020-21 season starting March 6, 2020.)
Posted by Steve at 11:32 AM
Friday, December 6, 2019
I like it when the forecast is wrong and it's to our favor. Was calling for 1 to 3 and we got an easy 5 to 6 if not more. So at this time the snow is to the one foot mark on the snow stick out front. I'm not crazy about the warm up that's coming. But if it's short and we don't see to much R. It could very well be a blessing. It could turn the snow we have into a rock hard base. But the key will be for people to stay off of it till it freezes back down.
Posted by Steve at 6:49 PM
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
The trail crew and highway department have been out getting things ready for the up coming Snodeo weekend. All we need now is for Mother Nature to be kind to the area and give us some more snow so we can get out and do some riding. The sun was out today and with as pretty as it was, it didn't do us any good. It melted off some of the snow pack in the driveway and on the roads.
Posted by Steve at 11:46 PM
Monday, December 2, 2019
By what I'm hearing, areas to our south east like Albany got hit harder than us. But I'll take what we got and it looks like more later in the week. Yesterday I drove the posts in the ground to mark things so I don't hit them when plowing. I can tell you this for sure. There is a good two or more inches of frost in the ground at this time.
Posted by Steve at 12:41 PM