Activities this Fall and Winter 2016
December 3rd is our first general membership
meeting for this season.
Calendar December 2016
[All events start from the TTF Clubhouse]
3rd - 5pm – General Membership Mtg - Potluck following at 6:00
3rd - 10am - 2pm Open House - open for members and guests to use. Feel free to come by and use the clubhouse to meet up with other riders, warm up, eat lunch, use the restroom.
3rd - 12:30-2:00pm Hot Dog Feed
3rd - Bone Springs Shelter and lower Trails open
10th - 8:30am - Bluewood Ride - snow permitting (advanced riders) - Led by Glen Warren
10th - 9:am - Family Trail Ride to Bone Springs
16th - 3pm – 6pm Open House
17th - 9am-11am – Pancake Breakfast
17th - 10am - 2pm Open House - open for members and guests to use. Feel free to come by and use the clubhouse to meet up with other riders, warm up, eat lunch, use the restroom.
24th Merry Christmas Eve!
31st - 6pm – 9pm New Year’s Eve Party
Next membership meeting January 7 at 5:00pm
Elections were held at our last meeting March 3rd, 2016, with a good attendance at the General meeting. Elected Officers are:
President - Bob Carrell
Vice President - Brandon Christensen
Treasurer - Tammy Christensen
Secretary - Dottie Carrell
Parlimentarian - Dewayne Harvill
Newly Elected Board members are:
Jack Preston, Bob Smith, Mike Kelly, Cody Smith, Donnie Hanson, Andrew Grissom, and Cecil Berry.
PROPERTY OWNERS ON THE TRAIL: You are covered through OSSA for liability insurance. Go to NEWS/Property Owners on this website to check for your name if your property is on the trail system. Thank You.
LINK TO TRAIL MAPS
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Snow Depth Link
Below is a link to more weather information - particularly snow depths:
Tollgate snow line number 541-566--2784.
February 23, 2013
This recording is updated with current conditions everytime the groomers go out.
Grooming Reports 2016 (snow line 541-566--2784)
As we approach December 1st, I am watching intently to see if we get enough snow to start grooming. We need 18+ inches of snow to get started packing trails. It looks like this week we will get a pretty good dump of snow, so we will wait and see. The groomers are ready to go. We spent $3,000 on both SnoCats this summer, put in 64 hours maintenance time, the groomer drivers drove 530 miles up and down the mountain in 10 hours of driving time to do this work. Our diesel fuel is in the tanks and I have already received money from OSSA to pay for that.
A few of us groomer drivers drove out to Tiger Canyon during elk season to make sure we can find the trail. It does not look like it will be a problem as the fire line they cut made the road look wider most of the way. We did lose most of our diamonds on the trees, so will need to remark that trail in the future.
Thanks to the USForest Service for getting the culvert put in in the big dip above Spout this last month. We should be in good shape on that trail now.
Jess Thompson TTF grooming chairman
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Sno Park Permits
Washington Sno Park permits will NOT be honored in Oregon Sno Parks this year according to the Oregon Forest Service. An Oregon Sno Park permit can be purchased at the DMV (maybe Stateline Polaris also).
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