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Early Winter 2015 47 Club News Wheatley Billy Dimmick and Doc for spending a weekend volunteering Our hopes are set high for another good year of snow and riding Jess Kelley Club News Correspondent Like us on Facebook Corinth Sno-Scramblers Happy Winter to our fellow snowmobilers Weve waited three seasons for our favorite season of all to be back in full force. According to the Farmers Almanac we are in for an excellent winter of long cold temperatures and an excessive amount of snowfall Our club has been hard at work these past few months making sure that our trails are in tip-top shape so you can take advantage of all that Mother Nature has to offer us this season. Over the past few weeks we have had work parties to check items off our to-do list such as repairing the one lane bridge over the Waits River in East Corinth trail 5 north of the East Corinth gas station draining a water hole on Bear Notch trail 5 filling in a washout on Blood Brook making a water bar and filling in a washout on trail 5 that runs parallel to White Road as well as working on a reroute trail in East Corinth. Of course we also checked off the yearly tasks such as debrushing all of the trails removing downed trees and installing field fences and signs along trails. Be sure to check out our intersection trail signs this year as there are some new businesses and services for you to head to particularly off of trail 91 into Bradford. We will have our last trail work day on Saturday December 12 at 8 a.m. at Rons house see our website for address. There will be a club meeting that day as well starting at 3 p.m. after work and lunch All of our officers remain the same for this year with the exception of Al Gallant Jr. who will be joining us as our new secretary. Thank you to Larry Russ our former secretary. Looking ahead to what we expect to be a great season we want to thank our landowners for allowing us the opportunity to utilize their land with our trails. We could not enjoy all the beauty that Vermont holds without your generosity. Thank you to the Windsor County clubs for hosting a great annual VAST meeting. Of course a huge thank you also goes out to VAST for the improvements and greater efficiency over this past season. We cannot wait for another wonderful season of miles and smiles. As we always say ride right abide by all laws and trail regulations and be sure to share your experiences with us on our Facebook page or by emailing your pictures to Happy trails think snow Kim Thody-Davis Webmaster Like us on Facebook