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Old 10-28-2005, 10:22 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Spencer Snowbirds

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Old 10-28-2005, 10:58 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Sweet, another local :div20: We should hook up for a ride this season. Looking like we may have 4 or 5 HCS members that ride this area :div20: We ride through Spencer all the time, as I live right over the line in Leicester, Snowbirds do an awesome job on the trails, especially the 4H area. We go there for rides after work all the time.

Hey, I read about Moose hill on their newsletter, did you go to their meeting last night? Any info on what is going on with the trail through the moose hill area? If this trail is closed, we are stuck until Sugden freezes, if we can still cross over at Moose Hill by the duplex. Any info is greatly appreciated.

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Old 11-01-2005, 01:58 PM   #13 (permalink)
 
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www.BerkshireSnow.s.com is a fun and good sized club, grooming through Pittsfield and October Mountain State Forests and many towns in the area including all of Windsor. Meetings at Skyline Country Club every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00PM.
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Old 11-28-2005, 09:43 PM   #14 (permalink)
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anyone know what happened to the sledmass site? did someone hack into it again? and any ideas when it will be back up and running
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http://www.coldbrooksnowmobilers.com/ Here is mine from Barre, Rutland area.

Sled mass is still down.
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Old 11-29-2005, 12:16 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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Glad to see you guys talking!

Trail oriented clubs are vital, and if HCS can be the link between people I think Rob is pleased. So Use this thread and forum to the fullest extent you can!
Check out the NH forum, it is used heavily..

Post a whole new thread if you want to help a club out! If you find friction in one, try another untill you "fit in" with the core group. Whats a 1 hour drive if you can pay back some time to the trails?

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I agree. I know of many people who do not bother to register their sled with the state or their club. They choose to ride the trails till they get caught. What they don't see is the time and effort club volunteers put into making the trail system what it is.

Thanks to all the volunteers who make this happen.
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I agree. I know of many people who do not bother to register their sled with the state or their club. They choose to ride the trails till they get caught. What they don't see is the time and effort club volunteers put into making the trail system what it is.

Thanks to all the volunteers who make this happen.
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This is why SAM has a grant program for the hiring of EPOs to enforce stickers on local Trails not just state parks. I believe they have allocated $5000 for any and all clubs to request patrol.

FAIR WARNING TO ALL READING, THE EPOS (Read COPS) WILL BE PATROLING THE OTIS AREA THIS SEASON ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.
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Last year I got stopped by the EP twice. All set though. But over one weekend they wrote about 200 tickets.
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Last year I got stopped by the EP twice. All set though. But over one weekend they wrote about 200 tickets.
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I saw them plenty of times around the 4H in Spencer, a few times at the Rutland SF, and saw one up by the otter river bridge, I have all my stickers so it was never a problem. I heard they wrote up a ton of people for crossing the RR tressel up by Dennison. I think it has something to do with the post 9/11 stuff that you can't cross tracks unless it is at a road crossing or something like that Prowler
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