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Winter 2016 51 Northeast Kingdom Snow Blasters As I write this article we continue to wait for Mother Nature to give us a huge dumping of white gold We had one good week of riding in the upper elevations then came the rains and warm temps to set us back. Hopefully by the time you read this article we will be on a full grooming schedule with an awesome base to work with. Its amazing how much our conditions vary on our 63 miles of trails. On the same Saturday we had limited riding in town but awesome riding over the power line as seen in this picture. We will continue to update you daily on the weather and trail conditions. Please like us on Facebook We will have our Annual Ride-In on Saturday Feb. 13 at the Norton Store and will be serving hot chili and steamed hotdogs. Please come say hello Be safe out there David Diminico Trailmaster Like us on Facebook Northeast Kingdom Snow Blasters reported good riding conditions in early January near their power lines. FRANKLIN COUNTY Fletcher Rough Riders We are happy to report we have re- opened and extended nine miles of Trail 36 north of FN81 intersection where 36 and 36A meet to a new junction with the LVRT. This provides access to the LVRT in Fairfield just west of Ryan Road. A crew of over a dozen officers directors and volunteers cut trees opened fences repaired bridges and signed this nine miles in one day. The Northwest Riders have opened the LVRT from Sheldon Jct. to East Fairfield with gas and food available at Stones Shell station and deli. There are about 10 miles of new LVRT trail now in use. This connects an area in the center of Club News