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I’m definitely thinking mactier, parry sound, and seguin...

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As of just now, the Carling Club has not had the groomer on the trails north of Parry Sound. Need some more snow.

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okay... time for everyone to pray in unison followed be the naked dance to the great snow god. If you're really serious the best effect is achieved when you do the naked snow dance on your front lawn.

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I don't think so. The young fella next door plows my driveway and I don't want to scare him away. I don't think his mother would appreciate it either. lol

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7 hours ago, Baylaker said:

I’m definitely thinking mactier, parry sound, and seguin...

Attach your scratchers!

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got a good dumping of snow here today, parry sound up to pointe au baril, finally!

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After the dump of snow we had yesterday it has been reported on another social media how good of a job that Jordan did on the Carling trails with their Prinoth. Almost everywhere I saw the trails close to the roads was white asphalt. The only bad places were right after he made a pass, some throttle jockeys decided to make a mess of his work. That was in and near the village of Nobel. Great work Jordan.

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Some great news from the Carling Trail Blazers. 

 

BIG NEWS! We are so excited to announce that we have obtained the MNR permit to reconnect the 404 to the 402! Construction on the trail will begin soon. Special thanks to our volunteers who helped locate the new trail, the people at the MNR who have advocated for us, and our friends at Shawanaga First Nations and Wasauksing First Nations! Our executive is very pleased that we will finally be able to reconnect these trails that have been a central part of our trail system for over 30 years! We are also pleased to announce that the trail will be named ‘The Mike Ryman Memorial Trail’ in memory of Mike Ryman, one of our long standing and dedicated volunteers who tragically lost his life doing what he loved, grooming, in 2007. Some of you who have been members for many years may remember the colourful newsletters that Mike used to mail out as part of his duties as secretary. Mike was an integral part of the club from the early 1980s and he is deeply missed by those of us who knew him. We are very happy that Mike will continue to be part of the future of our club.

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9 hours ago, SuperG said:

Some great news from the Carling Trail Blazers. 

 

BIG NEWS! We are so excited to announce that we have obtained the MNR permit to reconnect the 404 to the 402! Construction on the trail will begin soon. Special thanks to our volunteers who helped locate the new trail, the people at the MNR who have advocated for us, and our friends at Shawanaga First Nations and Wasauksing First Nations! Our executive is very pleased that we will finally be able to reconnect these trails that have been a central part of our trail system for over 30 years! We are also pleased to announce that the trail will be named ‘The Mike Ryman Memorial Trail’ in memory of Mike Ryman, one of our long standing and dedicated volunteers who tragically lost his life doing what he loved, grooming, in 2007. Some of you who have been members for many years may remember the colourful newsletters that Mike used to mail out as part of his duties as secretary. Mike was an integral part of the club from the early 1980s and he is deeply missed by those of us who knew him. We are very happy that Mike will continue to be part of the future of our club.

Thanks for the update G, great news.

 

I noticed some different routes regarding that area from Polaris Commander and was gonna ask the forum if they are correct.

 

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Polaris Commander has trail info from well over 10 years ago. Totally useless!

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I guess that was a waste of $$$.

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10 hours ago, Lex said:

Polaris Commander has trail info from well over 10 years ago. Totally useless!

Welcome back, stranger!

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