10:00 AM - March 31, 2023
First we want to thank Boucher Machining and owner Byron Boucher for sponsoring last night's wing night. For our final event of the season it was a great night.
Another few centimeters last night. This is great for the trails and helps buffer out the melting. Grooming last night had the #1 out of Rogers Lake groom to Red Pine shelter, to 507, 22 to the 301, then back to Rogers Lake where it continued to Nine Mile shelter, turned and west on 23 to Rogers Lake. It also groomed the Boucher Brook cluster as well as Shadey Lane. The #2 Jacob went from Nepisiguit to highway 360, to the Allardville intersection 23/19 then back to the Nine Mile East road on Trail 23 and back to Nepisiguit. Also did the 505.
This is a trail report from Gary: ""Good Morning Don. Reveiw of sled trip yesterday March 29th . Antonio, Kevin and my self left Nepisiguit on trail 23 to nine mile, then trail 22, and 507 to red pine.Then on trail 23 to three corner lake road, up over Mt Fronsack accross past old vacant shelter over to tv tower road and back down to trail 23 on our way to Popple Depot, topped up with gas at Marks.Then we continued on trail 23 to vixen trail or birch lake road to trail 58 on our way to Serpentine Lodge to see Aylre. We had lunch and topped gas up at Aylres, then headed towards four corners and towards park on Candy Cane trail, then turned off onto Comet trail over to Cupid trail. Up over Mt Edward toward the Park where we topped up fuel again. Never pass gas in the Mountains. Then we went on trail 19 towards Island lake, stopped for a coffee break at Island lake. Then left to go on trail 22 back to nine mile shelter and 23 back to Nepisiguit. All trails and off trails were 9.5 out of 10. No brown showing any where or signs of any wash outs or holes, 357 kms of sledding the most beautiful scenery and services that snowmobiliers dream of.