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Sno-Kickers Photo Gallery - Goodchild Trail & D110A Trail

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Breaking Trail Jan. 20, 2006148 viewsThe Goodchild Trail is being broken. The BR-160 (picture taken from it) is turned around to level off a banked section of trail. Paul is in the Tucker taking pictures of the BR-160. The Tucker has the drag hooked up to make the first pass at gromming the trail. Geoff was operating the BR-160.
Breaking Trail and Broken Groomer166 viewsJan. 20, 2006 - While breaking the Goodchild Trail, the aging Tucker breaks down. An ice breaker wheel if the left front track assembly died. Geoff and Paul are trying to decide if it should be fixed, or torched! Luckily they decided to fix the groomer with the help of several of our overworked volunteers.
140 viewsThis is one of the scenes you can see as you ride south on the D110A trail. This spot is about half way between Runnalls Lake and Goodchild Lake.
130 viewsAfter a hard days work of clearing brush, this crew is heading back home.

Picture courtesy of, and copyright by, Doug Gibbons Photography.
136 viewsThis picture shows part of the work crew in front of what is left of the Camp 19 logging camp. The camp has since deteriated to nothing.

Picture courtesy of, and copyright by, Doug Gibbons Photography.

2009 January - Track Off BR-16073 viewsPaul is close to putting the track back on the BR-160. The track fell off due to being too loose.
2009 January - Where to go?79 viewsDan trying to determine the best way to get over a creek feeding Teddybear Lake.
149 viewsThe club's BR-160 is shown breaking the Goodchild Trail just north of the Pic River crossing.
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