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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

3/17/14 Snowmobile Trail

I cannot trace our route after we took the fork toward Glenburn.

Sunny with some wind and cold- 4 degrees when we got up- I stalled 'till it was 9. Trails are still iffy but someone took their snowmobile down the easement behind our house and the track was nice and firm so we decided to take that. Once we got to the actual trail it was wider and still good footing with only a couple of very small patches of ice. The wind was not as strong as yesterday but still biting in the open areas.

Kelley found a toy

This is not the most scenic trail , especially the first part but we did pass this farm

Eventually you veer off the easement and get into some woods

We came to a fork with a sign saying "New Trail" and indicating Bangor or Glenburn- we headed toward Glenburn. The trail continued through woods for a bit and then came to a trail we had been on before ( and had passed earlier) .

We followed it to the same place we had reached in the past

and turned back, staying on that trail rather than getting back on the "new trail ". We linked up with the trail we had come in on we headed back.

And I found a few more pictures

In spite of the cold a pretty nice hike- good footing, beautiful blue skies, sun and we met no one, making it a peaceful 3 hours .


  1. The pine cone photo is my favorite today!

    1. Thanks, Kim - I liked that because it seemed to float above the snow- I guess the light caused that effect.

  2. I see not only little kids can play with Tonka toys! :)

  3. Hi Linda- she's a very curious girl and I'm guessing the toy had a child's scent.


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