Greetings and welcome!
It looks like we got another 1.5-2″ overnight last night and it is snowing lightly.
The snow yesterday was hit and miss. When I woke up we had about an inch. In Wausaukee it was two. It didn’t snow much more here or in Wausaukee yesterday, but the word on the street is that Goodman and areas along Hwy 8 picked up a little extra, and Hwy 8 was getting slick again.
The trails that I saw along the road looked fantastic with a pure white blanket and some fresh grooming. There were some riders out, but only a pair here and there.
I am expecting a lot of people to be hitting the trails this weekend, so be ready for some company. There is ample fresh snow, reasonable temperatures, and no distractions like Packer games or holidays. This will probably be the first really big weekend of the winter.
I will be at Rapids Resort Saturday, but not until after (at least) 3pm. I have to work my day job this Saturday and won’t be at the bar at noon as usual.
If you didn’t see Jeff’s comment yesterday, here it is..
Don’t forget the “SICK DAY 100? The NEW Low Buck Vintage Riders S.C. is hosting a ride Wednesday Jan. 22nd. This is ride is open for ANY “snowmobilier” who has a feeling they may not being feeling well enough to go to work and knows a good day on our smooooth Marinette county trails will be the cure.
We will leave from the DUN-GOOD club shed at 9:00 am sharp and ride south on trail corridor 5 to Jungle Jim’s for lunch, gas up at Red Pine BP, then take the pipeline trail north back to Dunbar. There is plenty of truck and trailer parking at the Park & Ride just west of town on Airport Road.
An RSVP would be appreciated just so we can give Alan & Carole @Jungle Jim’s an idea of how many to expect for lunch. If further info needed check out our website www.newlowbuckvintageriders.com or call Jeff @ 715-927-5160
I don’t have any more to add, so have fun and be safe, and have a great weekend!