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New Snow, Groomed Trails

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 Following Monday's snow we hit the Reservoir Trail out of Twig Wed afternoon.  Freshly groomed and what a sweet ride it was but too short  More snow in the forecast.   Ride When and What You Can. Going out Fri night.

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We launched at Normana  and started on the NSST ,,, That wasnt groomed yet so turned around and hit the RR trail to Fish lake ,,, Met the groomer heading east ,,, Gave him some time to do more grooming and had nice smooth ribbon like trail for the trip back 

 

NSST was groomed when we got back to the trailer 

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For any of you that have ever had a desire to do any sledding in the Black Hills... This is definitely the year to do it. This is by far the most snow that I have seen out there. On most years, you can get lucky to ride either the Northern or Southern hills... This year both are awesome and the meadows are full! I am hoping to get out there once more before the end of the month.

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rode Friday in aitkin county, trails had lots of loose powder on top after the 8 inches Thursday, very good riding. ditch riding was even better, plenty of deep snow to play in. getting another 6+ inches tonight, next weekend should also be good riding even with the warmer demps next week.

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