April 2, 2013 -
We were fortunate to get a bit more riding on the trails after the last snowfall but it's now time to gather the gear and the sleds and put them away. The gates will be closed and Hardy Country trails are officially shut down for the season. A hearty thank you to all those who came out and helped the club get the trails ready for the season and to those who spent long hours in the groomers trying to keep ahead of fluctuating conditions. We hope everyone had the best season possible and that we get much more snow next year.
Hardy Country Supper
APRIL 13 - 5:00 to 7:00 PM
Roast Pork Supper
Menu: roast pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, applesauce, vegetables, rolls, assorted homemade desserts, coffee & soda
$8.00 Adults / $4.00 under 10
Thanks for pitching in!
With the up-and-down temps and the lack of snow, grooming has been a challenge this winter. In the wee hours of Monday morning (2/25/13), the BR-180 drag slid on the ice under the thin snow cover and pulled the groomer sideways on Rte. 118, causing the track to "derail" and disabling the BR. Groomer operators Miles Sinclair and Walt Waring returned in the daylight to make repairs. Hardy Country is grateful to members of fellow snowmobile clubs: Don Leclair and Ray Reimold from the Bridgewater Mountain club and Bruce Sunnerburg and Keith Monmaney of the Mt.Cardigan club for their expertise and labor in helping us to get back "on track". We also would like to thank several anonymous snowmobilers who stopped to lend assistance as they passed by. Thank you! Sue Waring, Secretary, HCSC