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    The Woodford SnoBusters would like to thank Bill Garrison from the Green Mountain National Forest for his dedication, stewardship, and career long commitment to maintaining and improving access to our Forest We all wish Bill the best in the next chapter of his life!

    Several members of the SnoBusters presented Bill with a plaque, thanking him for his service and wishing him well in his retirement, recently at a Green Mountain National Forest Meeting.

    Members from other snowmobile clubs and user groups were also present

    Trail Report March 22nd, 2019: Trails have held up well throughout the week. A few thin spots, and yesterday was warm, yet overall good conditions. It is currently snowing, and expected to throughout the day. There is potential for rain or a mix this afternoon. Fingers crossed that it continues to snow! Enjoy this late season treat! Ride safe! ...

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    13 hours ago

    Any updates on trails today did u get rain snow or both is it currently raining ...

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    1 day ago

    Picked up my sled today from getting a new motor put in it. Figured I’d go put a few miles on it. Trails were in great shape! ...

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    1 day ago

    Wednesday 3/20 before going home I Road the I rode the loop from Pine Valley parking to BN1 to BN10 to BN4 back to BN1 and Pine Valley. Great riding (8 of 10 for spring) one minor mud/dirt crossing right at Rt 9 and two minor stream openings along/under the power lines.

    Rode for a total of 94 miles, with temps in the 40’s during the day. I saw no need for “scratchers” as most of the trails were soft corn snow.

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    Wednesday 3/20 on my return trip to the Pine Valley parking lot I stayed to the left on 7 South opposed to going on 7A south. On 7S I encountered 1/2 mile of a bare dirt road and open spots as the trail paralleled the stream. (do not recommend trail 7 to the east side of the 7 trails system) Elevations above 2500’ had much better snow/cover. ...

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