Today’s flurries added up and we were finally able to groom. Joe was on the Bearcat before the snow stopped and then Jeremy took over. They packed most of the trails with the Ginzu but did not set a diagonal track. We will wait for a little more snow before setting a track. In places the layer of snow barely covers the ground beneath. Conditions should be good for both classic and skating but ski slowly and cautiously as you may strike bottom. Skaters should be particularly careful as they’ll be digging deeper as they push against the snow.
LIGHTS ARE ON TILL 10 PM BUT THE HUT IS NOT OPEN AND SKI LOANS ARE NOT YET AVAILABLE
Meeting with the fire department
The Fire Department are the first responders in case of emergencies. Members of the fire department will be at the garage tomorrow Wednesday to see what equipment we have for emergencies. As well Nic Ruel will show everyone the first aid supplies that were donated to the club by SAR and we’ll be discussing and developing procedures.
It’s a working meet at 7 pm in Garage. Qualified first aiders, medical personnel, and snowmobile operators are invited to attend.
EMERGENCY NUMBERS FOR INCIDENTS ON THE TRAILS
256-1111 or 911
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