Sunday March 3, 2013
The snow conditions continue to be fantastic for X-C Skiing! As of 7AM this morning the temperature was 2 F.
The Mackinac Cut, Wild Turkey, Rolling Hills, Tall Pines, Trapper’s Cabin, Manitou, Adventure and Blizzard trails all have excellent conditions for skate and classic skiing.
Groomer young Bob will be Ginzu snowcombing all the skating lanes this morning and setting fresh tracks where needed.
Today: Cloudy in the morning then mostly sunny in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 20’s. Wind NW 10.
Tonight: Mostly clear. Low 4. Wind NW 5 to 10.
Monday: Partly sunny in the morning then clearing. Highs in the lower 30’s. Winds light and variable.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. Highs in the Lower 30’s. Wind NE 10 to 15.
New Snow: 0 inches
Snow Depth in Woods: 12 to 15 inches
Packed Snow Depth on Trails: 6 – 12 inches
Ice, Glaze, Barespots: No Barespots, Fresh groomed snow with deep base
Today is Ribs and Blues Sunday, featuring live music of the Higgins Lake Blues Duo and our famous Sweet Baby Ray’s slow cooked barbequed ribs. Kick back to the tunes of these talented blues musicians while feasting on succulent ribs, scalloped potatoes, and cole slaw. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 8 and younger. We will start serving the Ribs about 1:30 and the band will start about 2.
The usual menu will also be available starting at 11AM.
We are a Demo and Race Center for Fischer, Salomon and Atomic skis and boots. We are also a Rossignol and Alpina Demo/Touring center. We strive to maintain a good inventory so even in March we have a great selection of skis, boots, poles and winter outdoor aerobic clothing all part of the “Let it Snow, Price Match Guarantee Plus Better Service Sale”
This looks to be a Pure Michigan day for X-C Skiing and eating!
Lynne, Bob, Fran, Stu, Mariah, Brian, Erin, Michelle, Sara, Matt, Abby, Hope, Bob, Jimmy Mac, Garrett, Gage, Jennie and the rest of the crew.
PS: Congratulations to crew member Joe Frye for finishing 4th overall in the Weight Throw yesterday at the USA Track and Field Indoor National Championships in Albuquerque New Mexico. Way to go Joe!