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could anyone from area let me know when trails around Bernard lk will open...thx

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Drove to Emsdale for a weeks vacation

rode to Edgewater on Sand Lake

things sure have changed in 5 yrs lol

decent snow 

Sunday afternoon chop on trails but I expect things will improve starting tomorrow 

 

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48 miles to get some food and back

D trail was as expected 

303 and D 123 were not all that bad for a Sunday afternoon

saw highland rovers groomer heading out 

 

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Highland Rovers posting on Instagram grooming of the seguin trail !!! 

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Seguin trail now open from Kearney to Sprucedale as per Highland Rovers Instagram 

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Almaguin trails are looking pretty mint on their FB page, miss those trails ! 
 

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16 hours ago, Sledguy74 said:

Almaguin trails are looking pretty mint on their FB page, miss those trails ! 
 

Trails were very good yesterday. Snowing right now in Kearney again.Lots of snow on lake with lots of slush. I've have been avoiding the lake. Drive down the road to trail. Buddy got his Thundercat stuck the other day on the lake.Guess it was quite a chore to get out.

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That slush is a real menace and can quickly ruin ones day 

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10 hours ago, snowchopper said:

Raining pretty good in Kearney  tonight.:angry:

Fresh snow should soak it up though. Be concrete and last longer into spring hopefully. Hopefully swamps don’t open back up. Rain might help lakes is it settles snow down. 

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55 minutes ago, snowchopper said:

Now snowing this morning and minus 5.I think they are calling for 5 to 10 cm's.

Good news. Once it gets packed down groomers should be out again. Some of swamps look nasty on photo’s o see d farther north. 

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Sand Lake is good and hard after the rain on Sunday and cold temps last night.Enough snow for slider lube,sled cooling. Swamps are well frozen.Lake Bernard at Sundridge  is good but not a lot of snow for cooling or slider lube. Trails are in great shape and groomed to perfection.

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