We did get 8 inches of snow in town this weekend. BUT trails are not open yet. This was our first good snow followed by very cold temps so trail opening depends on how much snow we get this week (12″ plus in the forecast) and the temperatures.
The club has started some panning of trails but they will not post open trails until after this next storm. Please be patient just as we need to be. We will not tell you that riding is great unless it is.
The sad part for you ice fisherman; Big Wood is still open water. I do not know if the lake has ever not been frozen for opening day of ice fishing.
Think cold and snow. It will happen.
What more can I say! An awesome site on Christmas morning at 6:10 AM. Next one in 2034!
Then on the 26th, it was still pretty huge but a bit later as it set over Big wood so we got this image also.
Finally, we have some ice forming on Big Wood. Very cold temperatures and more importantly, no wind. If this keeps up, they will be ice fishing on January 1st 😀
Just a note to say thank you to those who have stayed with us in past years and to welcome those who have not. We wish you a wonderful Holiday Season and a very joyous New Year.
Yesterday, after the rain we got about 4-5 inches of snow here in town. In this picture, you can see the snow on the cabin roofs, the snow sticking to our birch tree and the snow in the mountains beyond.
Is everyone singing? “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!“