Help support the club and its trail maintenance and grooming efforts. All proceeds from the meat raffles go towards our groomer, groomer shed and maintenance on trail 9A (Jack Dudley Memorial Trail).
No Ghosts, Goblins, Ghouls or bumps in the night could be seen or heard in Clam Lake last night. I miss the days of my children, the Eder children and the Cornell and Rice’s little ones going from house to house by car even in the snow making their rounds on Halloween.
Today is Monday the 26th of October, Next week we begin November on Sunday. The weather-people are talking a wintery mix on Wednesday, you all know that mix will not accumulate into anything but, let’s face it snow is right around the corner…..Did you get all your lawn ornaments put away? Every year there are a few casualties of winter and if they are your favorites it’s your loss…..
It’s Monday October 18, where did the month go? Pretty soon we’ll be talking about that dirty four letter word, that’s coming soon! Not today, it’s going to be 64 degrees! Whoopee!
Snowmobile Trail Pass
2014 Wisconsin Act 142, effective July 1, 2015, expanded the snowmobile trail pass requirement to include snowmobiles registered in Wisconsin and increased the nonresident snowmobile trail pass fee. Beginning with the 2015-16 snow season, all snowmobiles operating on a Wisconsin snowmobile trail or corridor must display a valid snowmobile trail pass whether registered in Wisconsin or another state.
As we start this week that marks mid October we are enjoying some nice days, yesterday the mercury settled at 79 degrees in Hayward. We did not get that warm as the mercury at my house was 73 degrees! Anyway it was a beautiful day. I hope you all enjoyed it…..
Good early Monday morning Readers!
It looks like it’s going to be a beautiful day out there, maybe a little rain according to the Duluth Weather. But, as we all know it’s only a weather prediction….
Gathered for their annual “Bugle Days Rendezvous” recently near Clam Lake, 65 Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) members heard an update from the state’s chief big game biologist about the health of the elk herds in Wisconsin.
They also heard a positive report from the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest supervisor about expanded timber harvest in the national forest that will benefit the elk herd.