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It’s over……. now time to dry out

Well it rained and rained and rained…..  I want to thank the groomer operators for all their hard work getting the trails ready for the Snowdrifters Poker Run.

One of the operators told me he personally drove the groomer 20 hours,  and to think their are 4 operators.  That’s a lot of hours.  On the right is a picture of one of them with his smiling face!  These guys work all winter to keep the trails smooth and clear of tree’s and damage.  This week alone they worked on several trees that fell into or along the road and repaired several places that the snow had washed out (off the road)  from all the rain.  They are working hard to keeping us safe.

Lets hear it for the working man,  give the man a hand, or just a thank you, or tip of the hat to them, as we ride by on our snowmobiles.

THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK…..  NOTHING BETTER THAN SNOWMOBILING TO THE CABIN ON THE SMOOTH TRAIL.

 

Bucks Lake Snowdrifters Poker Run This Weekend

Yes that’s right tons of fun and play on the snow.  Looking forward to a great day and then the SUPER BOWL ON SUNDAY

What a great way to cap the weekend.

The groomer operators are working over time to get the trails ready.  Thanks

groomer

Sorry The camera’s down, We Will Post Some Pictures For You

January 23, 2017

January 23, 2017

Bucks Lake from Mile High Road 1/23/2017

Bucks Lake from Mile High Road
1/23/2017

It looks like a tree is blocking the signal…….

Did you know?

The camera is wireless and sends a picture to the router in the station, then to the bridge on the outside of station, then shoots the picture up to Haskin’s store, to the bridge on the B&B, then into their router, then over to their hughesnet satellite internet, then it is sent to “outer-space” and after “it” bounces off the satellite “it” returns back to earth, then it enters the World Wide Web, goes to “Flickr”, then back to this site and awaits you clicking on it to show you just how much snow is at Bucks Lake….

(about 4 feet as of this a.m 1/18/17) 3-5 more feet  due by Sunday 1/22/17

Here is a typical  picture from this week..  Enjoy!