2019 January 2, Grooming Report;

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Forestville Real Grooming Report: Yesterday’s tracks are in good shape so Andy is grooming skate lanes on noque to 17, Animoosh, Chiwaji bypass, Muckwa, Migizi, cut acrosses and Wabaan.  After that he plans to roll down to the railroad tracks if ice conditions are safe; it is time to begin preparing the race course.  The section below the trail head to the rail road tracks are some of the most beautiful skiing on the entire system so if you see it is ready to ski you should add a few extra k to your plan.

 

 

Forestville:
TRAIL – First Priority
Noque to 14k
Lower Animoosh
Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Upper Animoosh Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Boozoo Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Zhing Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Papasay Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Gookookoo Groomed and Tracked 1/1/19
Bagwagi Groomed and Tracked 1/1/19
Chiwagi by pass Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Chiwagi Hills Groomed and Tracked 12/31/18 3” new snow
Migizi Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Waaban Groomed and Tracked 1/2/19
Mukwa Groomed and Tracked 1/1/19
Connectors Groomed and Tracked 1/2/18
   
   
TRAIL 2nd Priority  
Noque from 14K to 510 Groomed and Tracked 12/29/18 3” new snow
 

TRAIL – Third Priority

Noque – FV Ponds not ready to cross yet.

 

 

As always, your feedback is appreciated.    Send in pictures and you too can get your K marker moved to the front of the line.

 

Saux Head: John & Tracy rolled and combed on Tuesday (and I failed to tell you yesterday); and Tim set track that afternoon.  The trail is in great skiing condition.

 

 

Fit Strip: All trails were groomed yesterday and are in excellent shape.  Trails are groomed about once per week.

Big Bay Pathway: Too little snow in the woods so trails are closed. The Big Bay Trails are groomed for classic skiing and are through the rugged hills south of Big Bay. They are spectacular but need ample snow to cover the rugged terrain.   We groom as weather permits so think cold and snow. Trails are just off Co Rd 550 in Big Bay.

 

Way Too Long Grooming Report: One can tell when things are falling apart by the types of complaints pouring in.  Today is no exception.  No less an expert than Jen commented over the weekend that we have to do something about the deer walking in the classic tracks.  If they must walk on the trail please keep them to the other side of the skate lane.  Furthermore, whoever is eating the bumper acorn crop; please deposit the caps OFF of the trail.  Otherwise, everything would be excellent!  I do hope you all got out yesterday.  It was spectacular.

 

Sondo