Marked and groomed trail 302A and 302B from Robo’s to Lipton. Very nice snow all the way to Lipton. Groomed 302A from Roosters to Fort Qu’Appelle.
Marked trail 302A from Roosters to Fort Qu’Appelle. Trail conditions are not great. The groomed trails are very hard packed and icy and the lakes are rock hard on the north side. We need a good dump of snow.
Panned trail 302D from junction of 302C to Junction of 302B and 302B from junction of 302D to Dysart junction of 302C.
**** While marking trails we are finding our shelters are being use a lot, but, SOME people are leaving them in a big mess. It’s not like the few volunteers we have aren’t busy enough trying to get trails setup for the plated sled riders and more importantly our club members, that we have spare time to cleanup after these people. We want to remind those leaving the messes in our shelters, these shelters are not your home and we, volunteers, are not your parents who cleanup after you. Please be responsible adults and keep our shelters clean. If you pack it in then please pack it out. To those of you that are doing your part to keep our shelters clean, we thank you! ******
Marked trail 302D from junction of 302C to Junction of 302B then marked 302B from junction of 302D to Dysart junction of 302C.
Marked trail 302C from Spanco’s to Dysart.
Busy trail marking. The following trails were marked and panned today, CLC 302F from Standing Buffalo to Rooster’s and 302A from Rooster’s to Balgonie and Pilot Butte.
A huge thanks to Robert Whiting, Garnet Spanier & Tim Hollerbaum for installing a new larger window facing the firepit area at Spanco’s
A big thank you goes out to Dwayne Gafencu, Don Nashiem, Garnet Spanier, Adam Beattie and Tim Hollerbaum for hauling wood and filling the woodsheds at Spanko’s and Rooster’s.
Meet your new board that was elected at the AGM on 06Nov20. You can find the list here.
We will be looking for volunteers to help side Deer Creek shelter in the very near future. It’s that time again!