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3 days ago

Gary Kurz

There's snow and trails are OPEN why not ride over to The Silo for our Wing and Clam night! ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Greene Drift Riders Snowmobile Club

Monthly Club Meeting. Come see what we have going on and meet other club members.

January MeetingJanuary 18, 2018, 7:00pmGreene Emergency Squad Inc.Monthly Club Meeting. Come see what we have going on and meet other club members.
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January Meeting

So - Jeff & Ted went out on the Skandics today and ran the trails. Cleared out a couple freshly blown down trees, and broke open a lot of water holes. So they should start freezing up now. So the trails ARE OPEN. That said, lots of caution needs to be used. Lots of water holes. Some are really big, but all are fairly shallow. Mostly behind Lake Ludlow. So if you know how to run the roads around the front side of the lake, you may want to do that for a couple days to let the water holes freeze up. Also, the short seasonal road section between Tucker Road and Engarrd Extension has very deep ruts from trucks that appear to still be using it. So be really careful going through there. There is definitely more snow on the Ludlow end of the system than there is on the Silo end. But the entire route is rideable. Have fun! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank you for having your trails OPEN. Yes I agree precaution should be used. It was wet out there but some spots had a nice amount of snow.

3 weeks ago

Greene Drift Riders Snowmobile Club

The Greene Drift Riders would like to wish all our landowners and members a safe and Happy New Years. Please stay safe if your outside tonight, as it's cold out there. Here's hoping the new year brings lots of snow and smooth trails! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Greene Drift Riders Snowmobile Club

SLOW DOWN!!!

This is the Message to all the folks that are riding our trails or any trail for that matter

SLOW DOWN

Yesterday we had a sled hit our groomer. The rider came around a blind corner at excessive speed and could not stop in time to avoid hitting our front plow blade. Thank God that he was able to walk away from the accident but not with out a brand new sled that was destroyed.

Use your head and slow down!!!
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