THANKS FOR A GREAT SEASON
WE'LL DO IT AGAIN NEXT YEAR
HAVE A SAFE AND FUN SUMMER
TRAILS ARE CLOSED
It's that time of year again. Our trails are closed on the recommendation of our board of directors.
We will be closing gates beginning on Monday March 15, 2021. This process will begin with the gates on the tracks, From North road to North Conway. The other gates will be closed as we can get to them. If a gate has not been closed it does not mean the trail is open.
A BIG THANK YOU
We would like to thank all those that made this season great even though it was shorter than we would have liked.
The Volunteers that spent time making the trails ridable.
Of course, the landowners, without them there are no trails no snowmobiling. This year was also trying for many landowners and we thank them for their generosity and understanding.
The many Business that supports our club with donations and purchasing adds on our map.
A special thank you to Colemans for making their fuel pump available to our groomer crew. That made their job much easier. The generosity of our business is gratifying. Thank you to the snowmobilers new and old that came to our valley to ride.
On behalf of Mountain Meadow Riders thank you for another great season,
ride safe and stay on the trails.
POST SEASON NEEDS
Now that our season is over, we have some end of season issues that need to be addressed.
First is a location to keep our groomer. We prefer to keep it under cover where we can work on it over the summer. The area must be at least 10 ft. tall 10 ft. wide and 22 ft. long. If you have a space that we can use, please let us know. We would truly appreciate it.
The second issue is to pull up all stakes and signs when the ground thaws. We have tools if you need them. Leave Message on Facebook if available and when.
Last but not least; we are looking for a recording secretary. The person would need to attend meetings, take notes, and prepare report to be sent to board members. They would handle membership inquires and other duties assigned by the president. If interested message on Facebook with your contact information.
RADAR RUN 2021
On Saturday 2/13/2021 We had our annual bonfire. This year we also had a radar run. This year was a single run for bragging rights. The radar topped out at 99 and several sleds pined the radar. The hot dogs, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, and cookies went like hot cakes. Even those that did not run had a good time. Groups road in from as far as Ossipee. They reported that the trails were great all the way. The farthest visitor came from FL. (not by sled) The gathering of old friends and new made the day a success.
Had tons of fun and met so many great people. Events like this could not happen without the hard work from our volunteers. Thanks to all that made it happen!