I feel sorry for us too, usually by this time of year at least Western & Northern Maine has plenty of snow, not this year, Millinocket Maine is half way up the state and you can usually ride there no problem, Twin pines last week had 3-groomers and 60 rental sleds SETTING. Houlton is two hours north of Bangor, 1 hour north of Millinocket, unload there and ride north on the bed, usually no problem, last weekend a lot of the rail bed was showing dirt in Houlton. Rangely Maine plenty of snow this time of year (usually), a week ago my niece and her boy friend went to Rangely and put on 20 HARD MILES. I sure am glad I am not a snowmobile dealer this year.GrizzlyGriff said:I live in Bobcaygeon, Ontario(near Peterborough, about 1.5 hours NE of Toronto) Great snow in a line through Bancroft to Huntsville. South of this line is crap. Normally get 5000 miles per year as I live on Pigeon Lake and it freezes early. Got 2000 so far but trailering is becoming routine.(blame the Russians). I feel sorry for the Americans who seem to be suffering from lack of snow worse than we are.
Feb seems to be shaping up better, so keep up the snow dancing!
Anytime someone is up in upper wisconsin or UP michigan, im thereblack powder said:i am from MIRABEL 20 miles north of MONTREAL it's raining cats and dogs all day ,the trailes will be washed out for good..we better get some snow soon ..