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 Broke down, but have a different snowcat to groom with.


 Tuesday, January 22, 2013

 

We had another break down again last Thursday night.  The right track stopped moving, but we were able to tow it back to the shed.  The Shop guys brought us up another snowcat Saturday, and we have been running good ever since 

 

The trails are hard and icy, so grooming the trails has been a challenge. 

 

No new snow to report either.

 

Last Groomed On:

 

Beaver Creek  1/21

Amazon          1/21

Franklin Basin  1/17

Tony Grove     1/11

Swan Flat        1/19

Sinks               1/20

Temple            1/20

Garden City     Not enough snow

 

Planning on Grooming:

 

Beaver Creek  1/26

Amazon          1/26

Franklin Basin  1/23

Tony Grove     1/23

Swan Flat        1/26

Sinks               1/27

Temple            1/27

Garden City     Not enough snow

 

                       

Out of State Snowmobile Permits are being sold at the following locations:

 

Bear Lake State Park – Marina

1035 North Bear Lake Blvd

Garden City, UT 84028

 

The Top 3 violations in Logan Canyon

 

Anyone 17 and younger must wear a helmet when operating or being a passenger on a snowmobile, ATV or motorcycle.

 

Off highway vehicles must be registered before transporting or operating on public roads or land.  Registration stickers must be displayed (stuck on the machine) along with the month sticker.  Do not carry them in your bag and think that is good enough.  It’s not!!!  The decals will stick on the tunnel and hood very well if the machine is warm when you stick them on.  Placing them on the belly pan will get ripped off when riding in deep snow.

 

Anyone (Utah resident or non-resident) between the age of 8 and 15 must posses Utah Safety Certificate to operate a snowmobile, ATV, or Motorcycle in Utah.  To sign up for a classes at www.stateparks.utah.gov

 

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Authored by: VictorBrown on Monday, November 13 2017 @ 04:29 AM MST Grooming Report
Snowcat breaking down is normal because of the heavy work it does for hours. I have read from reviews for essay writing services that the mechanism of the machine is such that it can be repaired easily by an expert. Sometimes, cooling down the machine is sufficient.