b'DERRY SLED DOGSAnnual Ride-In By Patty CompanikThe Derry Sled Dogs Snowmobile Club held their annual ride-in event on March 3. Unlike the past few years, the weather cooperated and the trails were in great condition.Camp owner Wendy Arace and her The ride-in was held at the camp ofgranddaughter Mikhayla demonstrate Mick and Wendy Arace, which ishow their dog Rain likes to ride on the located off Jenny Coolage Road insnowmobile. Rain is truly a Derry Sled Dog! Weston on Corridor 12. The camp is located in the Green Mountain National Forest and was once a school house for children living in the area. Windsor County Director Drew Fraser cooks up hot dogs and burgers on the grill.Windham county director and Derry Sled Dogs president and groomer operator, Drew Fraser, was one of many people who helped make this event happen. Not only did he grill burgers and dogs, he also took time to personally greet everyone.You can enjoy some of the best trailside food around at these club ride-in events. Burgers, hot dogs (with all the fixings), chili and other items are usually available for a quick meal while out riding. Camp owner Wendy Arace made the chili, which many people were enjoying. Kenny Johnson also played a big part in caring for theChris Cobb and his son, Easton, enjoy theBonnie Harrington of Peru purchases some preparations for the clubs event. free hot dogs.50/50 tickets. During the course of the event, 60-75 riders stopped by to support the club. All donations from the day are going towards the clubs groomer and new debrushing equipment. Steve Fisher was the lucky winner of the 50/50 raffle. I would like to thank all the riders who came out to support the club and I am looking forward to seeing everyone at next years ride-in, said Drew Fraser.Sleds are parked alongside the trail near the camp to access the event.(Patty Companik and Beth Godin photos) 18 | Snowmobile VERMONT'