January 20th 2018 at 10am
Kolby Christenson is leading a kids ride to Bone Springs. Sorry, parents, you will have to ride in back.
Hope to see you there!
TTF January Newsletter 2018
This months newsletter is now out. You can view it on our news page, or you can access it if you look to your right under recent posts. Please enjoy!
We lost snow when it rained the week-end before New Years. Places where the trail crosses creeks or springs are now a hazard. Please take care!
We had a successful Poker Run and a fun New Years Eve Party and Potluck.
Victor McNeil from Wallowa Avalanche Center provided classroom and practical training ride on Jan 6.
10th-14th – OSSA’s 46th Convention Hosted by Grant County Snowballers – John Day, OR., Register by December 15th. http://www.oregonsnow.org/convention.aspx
20th – 10am, Kids’s Ride/Family Ride – Bone Springs led by Kolby Christensen
3rd – 9am, Ladies Ride to Bone-Chapman Shelter (by Tammy Davenport)
3rd – 11am, Hot dog feed at Bone-Chapman Shelter (11:00-1:30)
rd – 5pm, Membership meeting with dinner to follow
17th – 9am, Communications ride using radios and GPS
Lower Trail gates are now open but the trails are in rough condition (unable to groom yet).
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Logging on Trail
The Forest Service has informed us of logging activities currently occuring on a section of trail. Lower Luger Loop and the Sinks area has logging eqipment being used on the trail. There is supposed to be one lane available to pass the logging activities. This is between junctions 10B and 15B on our trail map. Please proceed with caution in this area. If there is any problem while snomobiling in this area please contact the Forest Service at (509) 522-6290.