2018 - 2019 Membership Newsletter

 Welcome to the 2018-19 season it’s hard to believe as I write this its 90 plus outside and I have the AC cranked and thinking about snow.

Packets are being sent to existing members and included will be a renewal form for the membership. Please read everything very closely as we have had quite a few changes this year in how you are going to be able to get your voucher that you will need to registered your sled. If you have any questions please call me @ 603-744-5497.

Also included will be a list of all the club meetings which will be held at Gilly’s Restaurant again this year as it work out great last year. All meetings will be listed on the website.

We will be starting trail work right after Labor Day. We have a bridge that needs to be re-decked and lots of work on the Tucker. Notices for work parties will be posted on the web and Facebook.

Last year we took over a portion of the Old Pemi Valley club trails and had quite a few problems with everything from trail closed due to landowners to trails closed due to washouts and Ice problems by the river due to rain and Ice jams. It was challenging at best but we have over the summer fixed the bridge by the river by putting in a culvert that will allow the water to run and the ice to go over the trail without the bridge in the way. Hopefully this will fix that problem. We also fixed the washout under the power lines on Route 11. The landowner that had the locked gate has given us permission to use the trail this year so we should be good for Route 11 south.

We do have a couple of projects for this fall that need to get done so any help you could give would be appreciated.

It would be great to have a couple of club rides and I am looking for someone that would like to head this up if you’re interested let me know.

Think Snow, Lucy

Posted 8/15/2018

March 2018 Newsletter


As this is the last newsletter included in the Sno-Traveler magazine for this season I would like to take a moment and thank all our landowners for allowing us to have a trail over their property. This year we have added new people with the increase of Pemi’s old trails and we welcome them aboard and look forward to many more years.

Our Volunteers have gone above and beyond to get us ready for this season, though we had a few stumbling blocks. But we are more determined than ever to resolve the problems and make the trails better than ever in our area.

This year we had all of our club meetings at Gilly’s restaurant in Bristol, I would like to thank Jill for allowing us to use the restaurant after hours.

Bob has been doing a great job at keeping everyone in the loop on Facebook and the web site, thanks again for all you do.


We will be doing projects this summer, we have a lot of work to do to open the trails that were closed due to landowner problems or weather related issues, and a couple of bridges which need to be rebuilt. We will be sending out work notices and looking for help to get these things done.

The Tucker Sno-Cat had some damage done to it this winter and we will need to fix it in the spring to get it ready for next season. Anyone interested in that can get ahold of Dennis.

We would like to thank Hardy Country Snowmobile Club for helping our guys get the needed equipment into the woods to fix our Tucker and assist fixing it on site. Another great thing about this sport is neighbor helping neighbor.

We hope that all of you were able to get and ride and enjoy this great sport of ours.

Think Snow

Lucy Ford

Posted 3/12/2018