Lots of snow, but no dough for snowmobile trail work
This time of year, that doesn’t mean it makes for smooth riding though.
It’s also when land-owner permission normally ends. A lot of land owners give permission until then, he said, but “as the snow melts, with the sun higher in the sky,” many of those same land owners are already moving on with their spring-time activities, which usually don’t include snowmobiles.
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