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Sunday, 24 February 2013

Grooming the D108A Feb 23

It was a long day on the trail last night, tons of snow on the D108A, it was a challenge to groom at times. There was so much snow that on my way back I had to angle the front blade to push the snow to the side of the trail as it I would of packed it and the trail would of been higher on one side.  It was a long 14 hour, Lucky for me I had a Co-pilot, it's rare I have ride alongs.  Its a good thing our groomers are fast as it would of taken way long longer,  Because of the big amounts of snow on the trail  I often had to stop and clear the Front grill as it was blocking the air from coming into the rad, also had to go to the back and take off all the snow pilled up on the drag, there would be so much snow on the drag it would slow me down and it would block my view to the drag cutting knifes. You can see in the first picture some of the snow left on the drag, you can see a big pile at the front that after a while would extend across the whole drag and tool box to a point that I could barely see the drag cutting the trail.  Snow is not a problem now.... we have plenty, all of our trails will be posted to Green on Monday.

Heading out to do the D trail to the kaby river

The Warm-up Shack near the Kaby River.

Inside the Shack, I had the wood stove going.

The Kaby River crossing, the Picture taken from the North Side Bank

My Co-Pilot Dave shovelling the Drag Pan so we can built up the ramp at the Kaby river.

A quick Stop to clean the front Grill from Snow.

The Trail on our way back, There was lot's of snow.


Video of the trip

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