It seems fitting on Family Day to share some exciting news in Luke’s world. On January 29th, he and Lauren welcomed a healthy baby girl to their family. Marlo and Mom are doing great and Luke is over the moon excited about his new role as proud Dad, saying she is the best little thing ever 🙂 Congrats guys we are so happy for you!
Hope everyone enjoyed the great weather this long weekend
Well we are a bit behind in getting an update out there, but perhaps better late than never? We haven’t been out riding at all yet this year, but our trusty sources say that things are starting to look better, however about a week ago they ran some open water coming across Mississagua. So for folks who are asking us if the lakes are safe, my answer is I’m not riding them just yet, especially Mississagua and Catchacoma, but there are lots of tracks out there. We heard good things about the trails over the weekend though, and you can always check their status here. Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club has postponed their annual BBQ on the trails that was originally scheduled for this Saturday. If you were planning on getting out and enjoying the trails with some food, The Catch at Beaver Lake Road and 507 is open all weekend, right on the trails!
Enjoy the rest of the week and have a great Family Day Weekend!
Another snowy weekend in the neighbourhood. For the most part, it has been snowing since Saturday morning, and the milder temps are making it fairly heavy. We have seen lots of sleds out on the trails and a few coming off the lakes but we aren’t running them yet and from what we can see, its pretty slushy out there with the weight of the snow. BDSC is working hard to repair E108 – please stay off of it! You can check out their website or facebook page for updates.
We are slowly starting to keep up with the things our younger staff keep telling us we should be doing, so we have an instagram account now ~ littlegull9088. Bear with me as I figure out how it all works, but I will try to get pictures up there more frequently (it just involves remembering which some days can be a challenge in itself!) They tell me it’s easy and doesn’t take long to figure out.
Over the past few weeks we have been deliberating on what to do this winter for hours, but have decided that we will be closed for the months of February and March this year. This is not to say we won’t be around at all, and if we are and you need gas or other things, we will happily help you out, but please don’t plan on us being here. We hope to get out and enjoy some of the time that these months grant us before we ramp up again, which also includes a trip back to Australia for Leah to visit Heather and Ryan. Luke will be working in the shop so service is still available should you run in to any sled issues. We appreciate your understanding and if you need anything in particular we are always available by email.