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Trail Report April 2, 2017

I just back to the computer from grooming the Mount Holly Snowfliers Route 7 trail from Route 100 to Route 103. Mike Poulin one of their groomer operators rode with me over Saltash to Route 103 as I thought I might need help winching, but to my surprise we went down and back with no issues! I had a nice visit with him and we did not have to work hard so it was just a nice ride. Their Tucker is down so we are trying to help out. We hope that they are satisfied with the results!

There were a lot of people getting possibly their last ride of the season in. The sun was out and it was a really nice spring day.

Dad is going to try and touch up our trails tonight if the temps allow.

Ride Safely and Ride Right!

You know me I like to take photos and here are some from today! If any people want to let me know their names to any of my photos I will insert them! I met several from out of state today that had been watching what I post so they came to ride the Shrewsbury Trails. From what I was told we had the only groomed trails in the area yesterday and the word traveled fast!

Just got to love a warm spring day on April 2nd 2017!

Some mount Holly members.

Some mount Holly members on April 2, 2017

The Old Plymouth Road April 2, 2017

The Snowfliers bypass trail.

The Snowfliers bypass trail

The Snowfliers bypass trail

The Snowfliers bypass trail

The Snowfliers bypass trail

I missed the exit to the Stouts Bridge so I had to regroup in the snowstorm.

I missed the exit to the Stouts Bridge so I had to regroup in the snowstorm.

I missed the exit to the Stouts Bridge so I had to regroup in the snowstorm.

You know me I like to take photos and here are some from today!

2 comments

  1. Claire Poulin

    Thank you for grooming our trail for us. We hope our tucker will come back better than ever for next season.

  2. John & Donna

    Great riding today on fresh or recently groomed tails between wheelerville 4&7-4 to Plymouth Rd parking. Thank You. Note: We started from Rt 4 (adj Snow Angel) parking to Wheelerville; thin cover, long lengths of exposed gravel road, ground, mud & rocks.

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