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snow???

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I woke up this morning and looked at my sled sitting in the yard. right behind it there was bare grass. Then I got really sad because there is no snow around any more. I want like 1 foot of snow soon. frown i cry myself to sleep sometimes!!!

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yes it appears with out a good snowfall which i think we will get one or two but the majority of the good riding is bout done

and i hate spring one its 65 the zero dirty ugly

plus not much to do

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BBBBBOOOOOOOOOO......RAIN.....BBBOOOOOOOOOO

I hope Silver Bay still has snow I got to get out at least once or twice more. The thing that really ticks me off is just to think of how much snow we would of got if the rain was snow!!!

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yea you could ride a jet ski in the ditches now, I want more snow it looks dirty out.

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I just picked up a brand new sled yesterday. I haven't even ridden it yet. Please send help, ASAP!

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ANy one know if there is any snow left up near grand rapids? I got a trip booked up there for some sledding in 2 weeks, i think i might be sittin on the ice pullin up some slabs instead of riding.

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good thing all the sleds are in the shop, no ridin for me!

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well for all of you guys out there. I hope we get no [PoorWordUsage] of a snow storm soon. 24" that covers all of minnesota but untill then I think I am going to cry myself to sleep now.

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I just put a tarp over my sled yesterday. The snow we had wont be around tomorow and the trails by my house have bare spots.

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I would guess then that the munger trail and north shore trail are just as bad huh? I'm coming home with some college buddies on the 20th to do some riding, but it's not looking promising! I thought we lived in Minnesnowta??

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Im guessing munger will be bad in areas. Im not sure about the North Shore Trails. They had more snow than we did around here.

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Most of the trails I've been on recently were running low on snow prior to the rain/warm up. I'm thinking without a significant snowfall, you'll be riding on dirt in the corners and where there is snow cover, it will be icy. I'm holding off until we get our Feb/March dump...

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Thanks for the update NL and DS. Looks like i'll be praying...

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Ya pray for 8" of nice sledding snow. Then again it could slush up the lakes.

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I think we will be riding again wink

Best way to put it is just think if the temps had been below 30 the last couple days. How much snow would we of had then confusedgrin

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I am about to cry! I had to cancle my 5 day trip to the UP of Michigan. The resort I was going to stay at e-mailed and told me to cancle. I was out there 4 weeks ago and stepped off the trail into chest deep snow. I'm 6'4" so that is a pile of snow to loose in the last week.

This sucks.

At least the resort I was going to stay at is letting me rebook at a later date or get my deposit back.

If the UP is hurting for snow I'm sure Northern Minnesota is shot too.

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Well western ND just got dumped on 14" out there.

I hopeing the DNR trail report when they come out on thursday show the North Shore still is rideable.

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just cant have the best of both worlds can we !!!!!!

headin ta winnie fri morn i guess should be able to get around

hope the fish go

i

m feelin pretty good bout reallt specially if i can get where

i want

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Trails around Kabetogama, Ash River and I. Falls held up pretty well during the warm spell and rain...plus it's snowing now. At least a new 1/2" out there.

This was sent out by the Park Service on 2/10/09...

This past weekend provided vastly improved trail conditions with the warmer

temperatures settling and packing snow on the park trails. Slush conditions

have been minimized with the warmer temperatures, overland trail portages

were groomed and snowmobile use was occurring on all staked trails within

the park. A few large groups were observed enjoying the weather with

Crappie fishing and a BBQ lunch on the ice.

The arrival of freezing rain today should further pack snow down on the

trails and new snowfall expected the remainder of the week should provide

good riding conditions for the upcoming Presidents Day weekend. Plans are

in place for park staff to groom ski trails and overland snowmobile

portages before the weekend arrives.

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North end of the Arrowhead (Orr to I. Falls) is in pretty good shape as it didn't get as much rain as to the south.

About an inch of snow has fallen today and it's snowing again now - more expected from Orr north. 3-5" possible. Groomers will be out on Kab and Ash River area trails in the evenings.

Check out the ash river - kab snowdrifters site for area condtions updated yesterday.

LET IT SNOW

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I just watched the groomer head out on the trail from Voyagaire. We should be in good shape by the weekend. It's also snowing on Crane as I type!!! Should be good!!

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