“This morning I took the club sled and took a look around and found very favorable conditions.
Locally there is a lot of ice, frozen like concrete snow but very little bare ground. Once you get just a few miles away from the business area trails are actually very well covered, and really flat considering what we had for weather.
I would recommend trailering north to the Magalloway area if you don’t want to ride the ice to get fuel. Groomers will be leaving shortly to work their magic on the majority of the trail system and this will churn everything up to make for some excellent riding conditions in most areas north and east of Back Lake.
We will not be Grooming towards the gas pumps etc today it’s hard and icy and really could cause damage to our equipment until it softens up or we receive a considerable amount of snow.
Use caution watch for a few open water bars and ice in the corners.
No Grooming south of Back Lake until we get more snow. West of Back Lake will hopefully get some attention tomorrow or tomorrow night.”
Kevin Lassonde Grooming Coordinator
BIG HAPPENINGS THIS SATURDAY!
Saturday night is The PRRSC Steak Feed at the clubhouse from 4:30 to 7pm.
The raffle for the 2018 SkiDoo will be drawn as well as 4 groomer “ride a longs” to the highest bidder.
There will be prizes and a great meal, the price is $17.00 per adult.
Last Chance for SNOWMOBILE RAFFLE TICKETS!!!!
We have tickets at Young’s Store and will have a few at the door during the Steak Feed.
Please join us at the Club House this Saturday!
WARMING HUT NEWS 2/24/2018 – by Bob Gaudette
“This week we will have Cathy’s Venison stew, Anita’s split pea w/ham soup and Clubhouse Turkey soup. We have re-stocked with “the best dogs north of Yawkey Way” and we have lots of fresh baked goodies, candies, PRR hats, shirts, maps, hot & cold drinks and fun!
If you’re up riding the best trails in NH, (the PRR trails of course!” stop by and have some lunch, a snack or drink and say hello! Your hut hosts will be Cathy, Sue, Terry and I.”
The March 8th Pot Luck dinner has been changed to a Spaghetti Dinner to welcome the dog sled teams that will be racing in Pittsburg the following day.
The spaghetti dinner is from 6 to 7:00 pm, it is open to the public and the cost is $10 per person. The dinner is a benefit for the Pittsburg High School Class of 2020.
The March Monthly Meeting will follow the dinner at 7:30 pm.
From all of us at the club house,
Happy Trails and please ride safely.