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1/17/2017

 We groomed all day Monday to get the trails flat again before the meltdown. We had the Kelly lake fishery Sat. Tons of snowmobile traffic killed some trails.Saying all that we will be closing the trails Wednesday 1/18/2017  to try to save them.

1/10/2017

The weather men were close 9" of wet heavy snow. The groomers are going out the next two days all the trails should be great if we can get all the marshes groomed.

 

1/9/2017

The weather men are reporting 5 to 8" of snow Monday and Tue more coming later this week. So I will report back Thursday night.This snow is great, we can use it on the south end of the trails. in the County

1/6/2017

Read the trail report, remember we have a meeting Saturday  at 9:00am. See you on the trails

1/3/2017

We looked over the trails last Wednesday and found that we have a very good base.  Some of the forest roads are rough due to the warm temps and trucks driving on them.   When we receive more snow cover, it should help with the rough areas.  Walking through one of the marshy areas,  I noticed on the way out, that my footprints in the snow were filling up with water.  We need help from snowmobiles to ride in these areas, to help pack down the snow, so it can start freezing up for us to groom.  For this time of the year the trails are shaping up.  With the cold temps coming this week it will only help the situation.

Thanks to all the club members, who have helped to get the trails prepared for this season.  Also the members who work behind the scenes, thank you.  A family we met, while we were checking the trails, stopped to give a big thanks to everyone, for  the hard work as well.  They have recognized all the hard work that has been done.

 

12/20/2016

Trails are now open (but read this article.)

The groomers went out today, to pan the trails, only to find out that the swamps are not frozen enough to support the groomers.  Because of this, the drivers will only groom the forest roads, fields and areas which are dry. This is what we need from you early riders, ride the trails that are not groomed as well and also ride the sides not just the center. This will help freeze up the trails. Trails not groomed are the pipe line, trail to Suring, Kelly Lake area, Lost lake swamp, the west side of White Potato lake. just to name some areas. 

12-17-2016

Trails are now open but read this article.

The B & B Joyriders trails are now open today Dec. 17th @ 2:00pm.  There is still one areas that is remaining closed,  due to corn in a 40 acre field.  This trail is from Cooley Lake to Hwy Z which heads to Suring  or the Pipeline.  The intersestion numbers are 407 to 415.  This trail will reamain closed until next week sometime. 

We don't plan to bring out the groomers until Tuesay, Dec 20th.  Please ride the trails cautiously.  There could be many dangerous areas because the club has not been through the complete system due to wet area. Stay off all lakes. Remember this is very early season riding.

There have been new changes to the trails.  Please follow the signage.  Stay on the trails as we have many landowers that allow us this privilege to use their property.  If you find an area that needs attention, please help us out and clean up the trail or if its to big of a problem, please contact us.

Enjoy the trails and don't forget to stop by our area businesses. 

Tom

10/30/2016

Trail work is started, on Sept 24 the team started working on the bridge redecking it. Each weekend after people have been working brushing, moving trails, new gates and even signing trails. We have a meeting this Sat 11/05/2016. I will get the time and place this week

 

 

Our club has spend over 500 hours this fall to make these trail safer for everyone to enjoy.  Please remember that these trails are hard to keep and maintain.  Stay on the trails, do not go off the trails.  The landowners allow us to use their property so please respect the use of the land. 

 

Tom,

Trail Boss