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Todd Colby his daughter Amanda and granddaughter Rebecca enjoy this 1966 Ski-Doo Alpine every year. Todds father bought it in 1969 and it has a long history of bringing kids sledding. Todd is a groomer operator for the Lunenburg Polar Bears and he sometimes brings this old double track sled out to debrush and groom narrow portions of their clubs trail system. Rowan Nichols thinks that this 1970 Little Skipper is just the right size. His father Bruce grew up riding snowmobiles in South Royalton. Sylvia Burroughs of Braintree brought her late husband Bobs racing suit with competition patches to give to Dennis Kovalesky. Dennis a member of the White River Valley Ramblers is the current owner of the 1970 Puma Mod that Bob used to race all over New England with. Bob Burroughs originally bought the sled in the 1970s from Dennis father Rod Hughes. Rod owned and operated Rodco the Northeast Arctic Cat distributor at the time in Randolph. Sylvia says she has known Dennissince he was riding a Kitty Cat. Al Parranto won the prize for furthest traveledall the way from Ham Lake Minnesota. He trailered in a few of his Boa- Ski sleds and this 1970 Rolo- Flex Wild One. TheBoa-Ski Brotherhoodhad their annual meeting here this year. Al is Boa Brother 4. Jodi Tice of Derby and Douglas Gray of Rutland ride with the Shrewsbury Sno Birds. Douglas brought his two 1976 Panthers to exhibit. Zephyr McDermott 3 years old follows in his father Uriahs footsteps should we say sled tracks with his love for having fun on old snowmobiles. Uriah is co-organizer of the Rendezvous along with Alex Riesterer. VINTAGE SNOWMOBILE RENDEZVOUS was held Feb. 27 at the Athletic Fields in Bethel. Over 350 people attended this fifth annual event to see sleds brought in from over 11 states and two Canadian provinces. The White River Valley Ramblers provided food and Bethel Youth Sports coordinated a rae. Photos by Beth Godin Cindy Locke and David Aiken 28 Snowmobile VERMONT