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Uncle Bill

Got snow ?

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Any ride able snow ?

With the trails opening in Wisc. on Monday and trails open in Mich. anyone been out ?

Couple friends of mine went to Bessemer, Mich. last weekend and said riding was just OK. One hit a huge rock in the trail that caused some minor damage.

Any snow in N. Minn. ?

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There could be enough snow by Sunday. There's a big snow storm forecasted this weekend for MN. Wait and see what happens...

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It seems when they talk about snow a for a week we usually get some. Last read from the national weather service is calling for up to 12" in areas this weekend. That will give us a good base...

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About a foot around Kabetogama & Ash River. Lakes are freezing, trails have been cleared but not groomed as of yet.

Please check ice conditions before traveling on area lakes and rivers. The park will begin staking the ice near the end of December, if all goes well.

LET IT SNOW

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