Yuck, hopefully the rain will be done by noon and we don’t have too much damage to deal with. There was no grooming yesterday and we probably won’t be getting out until tomorrow evening, but that doesn’t mean no work was being done, Bobby did some investigating on the 2009 BR180 and found a piece of plastic in the fuel line, put it back together and ran it around the yard at North Shore for an hour or so with no issues, so hopefully this is the gremlin we are looking for. At our meeting Monday we received our mail out from the federation and in it was the results of a study commissioned by the federation to find out how much snowmobiling is worth to the Province of New Brunswick and it’s a staggering $91 million dollars annually, so hopefully the federation can leverage this with government so we can get some much needed funding. We are still on for our fundraiser supper, the trail hasn’t been groomed since the Avery Run 2020 and will be rough so the suggestion is to take a nice drive in the country to the Moose Barn, details are Thursday, March 5th at the Halcomb Moose Barn, you will need to book your tickets in advance 836-2416 or contact Bobby Norton or Paul Barry, roast beef with all the trimmings, tea, coffee and dessert, 6:30 pm, you can find them at the end of trail 517 or you can drive up, they are located at 1100 Halcomb Road. This supper is sponsored by Rae’s Trailer and Sports Center. Get Out and Enjoy Your Trails.