Brett & Bill from Montague (New Jersey, that is) were good sports too.
They said it was the best riding they've ever had
--on the trails, not the trip up!!
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MARTIN LUTHER KING WEEKEND
The Gallinas,Grabbatins and the Templars were here for one of their regular visits and as the photo's below show were ready to hit the trail. .
The Priests and the Franks were also back MLK weekend,
and as last year, as much fun was had on the hill out back
sliding as there was on the trails!!
"On their second trip back this week-end from Gardiner, the Roosa's brought another couple and it was the gal's first time riding, first time to Tug Hill. She had a great time and so did all the rest! They love the units."
"We love having the Candor Crew back year after year. How disappointing that Pat & Amy weren't able to join the others this year. Hope you feel better, Pat. They said the trails were the best they have ever seen them this week-end. And they ventured south of Osceola for a good ride on the new snow in that area. We will see some of the boys back in a few weeks."
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HIGH N DRY
Talk about good sports!!
Sharon and Corey Martin from PA near the Mason-Dixon Line experienced the heavy snow storm of Jan. 30th and other
memorable happenings on their visit--and she with a damaged thumb.
Digging out after the storm, the more snow that comes the longer we can ride, bring it on!!!
Danny and Matt from Pennsylvania enjoyed playing on our hill out back and they weren't alone.
Danny and Matt find no shortage of good snowmobiling from Old Lard's Barn!
Peter and Mark from Buffalo rode 256 miles on Saturday into Sunday morning. They still wanted to play on the hill. Here is Peter catching some air.