Lots of Trailbreaking in Powder before Facing Dreaded Powerline
The snow was very deep with Kalah breaking trail for about 80 percent of the way before Amber took over as Kalah finally said she needed a break. The snow was over our knees, causing a fall or two, but all in fun. No one got hurt. On this stretch of the O'Brien Creek trail, a snowmobile had breached etiquette and dug up the back country quiet trail. One spot we could see he got stuck and dug himself into a huge pit of snow.
Carol had her first experience looking up at the Powerline, wondering just how hard it was to go up it. But she also got to try out her televators to see how much easier it is to climb when using them.
We finished before 12:30 p.m. getting back to a full lot instead of the empty one we had when we arrived. We got back to town by 2 p.m., a very fast day with great trailbreakers.
Who went: Brenda, Kalah, Amber, Susan, Carol