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Thread: 2/9/18 Ride Report

  1. #1
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    Thumbs up 2/9/18 Ride Report

    Left from Sherrill this morning it was little bumpy up to the canal path in Verona. Canal path to Rome freshly groomed. Rome to stokes freshly groomed. North of Westernville to west leyden was groomed. West leyden to highmarket was good. McGoldrick was freshly groomed. North Road to tabolt was bumpy. Tabolt to flat rock was good. Flat rock road and then to rector road was great. Rector road freshly groomed. Passed Valley groomer. then up by windmills to Copenhagen was very bumpy. Cottage Inn for lunch. Then back the same way. all the same. North Road freshly groomed, McGoldrick freshly groomed. south of Barrows passed Southern Tug Groomer going north and passed another one going south to west leyden. Rome was freshly Groomed. Verona to sherrill was lot better as was groomed some time today. 210 miles.

    sherrill



    Rome



    Westernville



    north of west leyden



    Valley





    Southern Tug



    Westernville



    Rome

    Tri-Valley Trail Riders

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    Nice when there's wide spread snow, DareDog. How come no pixs of that pretty Doo?

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    We had a great ride friday also! Low traffic, lots of grooming, great new snowfall!
    Work hard, play hard!

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    Penfield, NY (home) / Orwell, NY (camp)
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    I wonder if we crossed paths.

    Two of us rode from Altmar to Camden, then up to Delta Lake SP, West Leyden, Constableville, Turin, Brantingham, and back home via the northern Hill through Flat Rock, Montague, Redfield.

    There are some really nice trails I have never been on before Saturday, north of Delta Lake. Signage is weak, so I have to bust out the Ultimate a lot, but what a nice variety of woods, fields, curves, hills in that stretch going from Penn Mountain's trails through Southern Tug, over to Turin.
    Despite what you read on this site, we are in the Golden Age of Snowmobiling.
    Our trails are in good to excellent condition 90% + of the time.
    Our clubs are, for the most part, well-run by dedicated volunteers and leadership.
    Grooming is pretty consistent across the State.
    Your sled is likely the most comfortable, reliable and fuel efficient snowmobile you've ever owned.

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