Cold conditions up there last night. Things groomed out as well as could be expected and should be good for the weekend. The snow was cold and squeaky with minus degrees (F).
Everything except the meadows (massive drifts) and the "Point O Bypass" to the meadow were groomed. The classic tracks were set, but may be a bit shallow, as we forgot the weights, which were buried on other equipment.
Watch out for sticks, small logs, and lots of pine boughs. Please take a few moments to help us clear the trails of the debris that has blown off the trees...there's lots of it, now mostly hidden just beneath the groomed surface.
Probably over 50 man hours spent this week on getting the trails back in shape.
Thanks to John Ullman, John Bernardin, Denny Newell, Ken Kisiel, Dave Wykoff, and of course myself, for the tree cutting Wednesday night. Dave Wykoff bladed the trails nice and flat for Ken and me to follow up with the grooming...it looks nice.