Sunday, February 24, 2013

I just added another six inches of snow to the snow total page and it's still coming down.  Current temp is 26 degrees with heavy overcast.  This additional snowfall will certainly provide for some great riding today.  We'll keep an eye on the extended forecast too as it's looking like more on Wednesday. 

We have been VERY busy these last two weeks so I want to send out a big thank you to all those who stopped in for lunch or stayed for a few nights for the full Bosebuck experience.  We appreciate your business. 

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Surprise!  We awoke to 8 inches of fresh powder this morning.  So you know what that means... Chad is on the end of the shovel and Mike is out in the plow truck.

This amount of snow is what we have been waiting for to top off the solid base that has been groomed on the trails.  Load up the sled and head on out.  Yesterday the report from the trails was that riding was great to excellent so this should push it right to awesome.

Friday, February 15, 2013

We have overcast skies this morning with light snow falling again today.  Although the sun peaked out a few times yesterday, it was mostly cloudy with sporadic snow showers.  Reports from the trails are good to great conditions with additional snow at elevation.

We have been very busy all week and expect a hectic long weekend too.  Perhaps Mother Nature will decide to drop another 6 to 8 inches over the weekend so the groomer will have some new stuff to pack.

All trails have been groomed within the last two days and I'm sure that BMR's groomer will be headed out again tonight.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

8 inches is about all NEMO could deliver to the western mountain of Maine.  Like most fish he stuck to the coast and the snow totals set records in many locations along the eastern seaboard.  We have very windy conditions here today with blowing, drifting snow everywhere.  The high temperature is only 9 degrees which has decreased visibility considerably.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Once again this year we experienced a large influx of visitors due to the reciprocal weekend between Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont.  A big thank you to all our staff who stepped up to make it happen.  Reciprocity is certainly great for business and how I wish the "powers that be" could figure out a way to make this permanent in an equitable way for all parties involved.

 Mike, Rick, Todd, Mary & Megan braved the cold temperatures last weekend to host a fund raising event for  Bosebuck Mountain Riders in our parking area with great success.  Thanks to all who donated and a big THANKS to Steve who paid for all the supplies which allowed the club to retain all the funds collected with no expenses.

Unfortunately we did receive a lot of rain, temperatures that surged into the mid forties and high winds.  The snow certainly took a beating.  We had a few brave souls that ventured in from Eustis yesterday who advised the trail was better than they anticipated, but we definitely need snow to cool the sleds.  The extended forecast is calling for temps in the single digits with light snow for the next several days.  A good 8 to 10 inches would be great, but we'll have to wait and see.