Toad Hollow Trail Riders
The Toad Times: Your Source for Snowmobiling News and Updates
Volume 1, Issue 1 - Spring 2023
Do you have a favorite snowmobiling website or resource? Share it with us by emailing email@example.com. We're always looking for new sources of information to help keep our members informed and up-to-date on all things snowmobiling.As we enter the spring season, we wanted to update our members on the latest club news and happenings. First and foremost, we're excited to announce that this year marks the 50th anniversary of our snowmobile club! To celebrate this milestone, we recently held a special event at the Dick Flood Vintage Show in March. It was a great opportunity for members to come together and reminisce about the past while also looking forward to the future of the club.
We would also like to remind our members that we are still collecting memories and mementos from the past 50 years to create a display of the club's history. If you have any old photos, articles, or other memorabilia that you would like to contribute, please reach out to our club webmaster, firstname.lastname@example.org. We're hoping to create a comprehensive display that showcases the rich history of our club and the impact it has had on the local community.
Finally, we want to thank all of our members for their continued support of the club. We couldn't have made it to 50 years without your dedication and passion for the sport of snowmobiling. As we look ahead to the future, we're excited to continue growing and evolving as a club while also staying true to the values and traditions that have made us who we are today.
As snowmobilers, we all know how important snow is for our sport. Unfortunately, this winter has been especially challenging for snowmobilers in our area, with little to no snowfall for much of the season. According to a recent article on Syracuse.com www.syracuse.com/.../is-this-the-worst-winter..., this winter has been one of the driest on record, with snowfall well below average in many areas. Even the Tug hill region in northern New York, which is known for its abundant snowfall, has seen less snow this year.
This lack of snow has made it difficult for us to enjoy our favorite winter activities, including snowmobiling. Despite this, the snowmobile club worked hard to get our trails ready for the season. On March 11, 2023, the trails were finally opened for the first time during the 2022-2023 season, marking one of the latest openings in the club's history.
While the snow cover was not enough to open the entire trail system, we were able to open up C5 and S55 for riders to enjoy. We continued to monitor the weather conditions and snowfall amounts and opened the entire trail system on Tuesday, March 14th, 2023. However, due to changing weather patterns, we had to close the trails again on Thursday, March 16th, 2023. We will keep our members updated on any further trail openings throughout the season.
As always, safety is our top priority, and we encourage all riders to exercise caution and follow all recommended safety guidelines when out on the trails. Let's hope for more snow in the coming weeks and months so that we can all enjoy the great outdoors on our snowmobiles!
Club & Snowmobile Events:
Here's a list of upcoming club events. We hope to see you all there!
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2023 AT 7:30 PM: Monthly Club Meeting at the Amber Inn
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Links to Snowmobile Related News
Looking for more snowmobiling news and updates? Check out these articles:
Is this the worst winter ever for Central New York snowmobilers? - www.syracuse.com/.../is-this-the-worst-winter...
Snowstorm thrills Central New York snowmobilers: ‘All our gates are open’ - www.syracuse.com/.../snowstorm-thrills-central...
New Jersey snowmobilers ticketed after fleeing NYS rangers, crashing (DEC reports) – www.syracuse.com/outdoors/2022/02/new-jersey-snowmobilers-ticketed-after-fleeing-nys-rangers-cras... ... See moreSee less