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Old 12-26-2013, 07:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know of any reports for Groveton and Nash Stream ?
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Old 12-26-2013, 08:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ill let you know what it looks like as we pass through this morning. Leaving Newport between 8-9 am
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We drove through last Saturday and there wasn't enough snow. The groomer had gone through previously to pack the snow down but we had too much warm temps and rain... Got a dusting last night here but it's not enough. I'm trailering up to Coleman on Saturday for my first ride! Can't wait!!!
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Thanks for the info guys. Going up to Lake this afternoon and pick up my sleds was wondering how far north I have to trailer to get in some half decent riding for the first ride of the year. Was going to try to ride from Groveton to the burg but might have to trailer farther north which is fine as long as I'm riding
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Try areas Around Manchester NH. They has alot of snow before the warm up. I was riding around Livingstons, Hillsboro and Peterboro on Saturday of the warm up.
Sure, Sunday was devastating, but I am guessing there is still some snow there and places to ride if you look hard enough. I could be wrong though?
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Try areas Around Manchester NH. They has alot of snow before the warm up. I was riding around Livingstons, Hillsboro and Peterboro on Saturday of the warm up.
Sure, Sunday was devastating, but I am guessing there is still some snow there and places to ride if you look hard enough. I could be wrong though?
Pretty bleak around me. There is snow, and still a good 8" where it was unpacked, but pretty much everywhere the sleds ran over was packed down and the rain uncovered the ground again. I would imagine it's a frozen tundra out there with VERY little snow cover on the trails. Some snow falling right now, lets hope we get some more soon.
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