I'm learning my lesson with how that thing can do this with an uneven load pushing up high. I don't think this would have happened in the day time, but am not so sure. I shouldn't have pushed it out so far, but the main problem was the lack of traction.
Also, there was quite a bit of new snow, all very heavy and wet. That was before it really began to snow, which was about when I left around 7:30pm. Lots of the trails were already skiable! I'm sure they're quite skiable now, but some sections will still be very thin with the big rocks.
Here are some pics of what it looked like last night before the storm hit:
|Good snow near the trailhead. Several people still trying to ride bikes up there, plus some skiers|
|Fencing is working well already|
|Lots of the trails were quite well covered|
|Trees down on Dave's|
|Tree down on Dave's up near the steep hill and the big "rock" section|
|A live spruce down on TJ's|
|From the other angle|
|That infamous root ball|
|I still had a section of tree to remove on the trails that I had forgotten about, so I got to it before it was too late|
|The big tree down on the fence. It was awkward|
|A little better shot|
|The aftermath of my struggle to get it over the fence. Bad move!|
|The underside of the poor Ditch Witch. Gotta head up today to pull back up and get it off the hill.|