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    Unhappy I'ts over for me!

    It's one of the best seasons for me. Over 8500 miles and only about 4300 grooming. So I got in a heck of a lot of fun rides this year.
    Extra thanks to all the people that help us out on the Willow Trail Committee and just had fun riding with a bunch of crazy Willowbillys!!!!
    Got together with good friends this weekend and put on 84 miles just crusin the swamp trails and some of the time in a tee shirt and ball cap! 56 degrees on Sunday and just a great day!
    Well it's startin to get pretty thin in Willow so my riding over.
    See you next season
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    Thanks for all your hard work grooming trails and keeping us posted through this forum.
    Look forward to more of the same next year!
    BK

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    while goin to cooper landing yesterday, at turnagain pass it was pouring down rain, and the entire riders side of the pass was totally fogged in, like zero viz, and people were still ridin up there, bout 70 trucks parked there. Crazy I say!



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    Thanks for all the grooming! You do a wonderful job.









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    Trail Boss,

    I want to say thank you for all the grooming, and the weekly updates on here, I personally appreciate it.

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Boss View Post
    It's one of the best seasons for me. Over 8500 miles and only about 4300 grooming. So I got in a heck of a lot of fun rides this year.
    Extra thanks to all the people that help us out on the Willow Trail Committee and just had fun riding with a bunch of crazy Willowbillys!!!!
    Got together with good friends this weekend and put on 84 miles just crusin the swamp trails and some of the time in a tee shirt and ball cap! 56 degrees on Sunday and just a great day!
    Well it's startin to get pretty thin in Willow so my riding over.
    See you next season

    i love willow its a great place! its what wasilla was 30 years ago.
    Semper Fi!

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    Dont worry greythorn, at the rate things are going...new rail line, multimillion dollar tourist fishing lodge, etc.... we will be just like wasilla soon enough...

    Thanks Trail Boss for the grooming work you do and to the WTC...you guys are forward thinking by saving our trail system as Wasilla moves more North by the day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkwarthog View Post
    Dont worry greythorn, at the rate things are going...new rail line, multimillion dollar tourist fishing lodge, etc.... we will be just like wasilla soon enough...

    Thanks Trail Boss for the grooming work you do and to the WTC...you guys are forward thinking by saving our trail system as Wasilla moves more North by the day...

    O well theres always nenana!
    Semper Fi!

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    I am seriously jealous. I usually get in 2500-3000 miles per season. This year I got in a grand total of 250 miles. Really. Just no snow.
    Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocre minds. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence. Albert Einstein

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    Thanks Trail Boss

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    Thanks Trail Boss! Great job on taking care of those miles of trails! I had a chance to get out there a couple of times and really enjoyed it!

    Until next season....

    Have a great summer!

    Claude
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    I'll add my sincere thanks to TrailBoss and the crew, too. My wife and I (and our two kids) enjoyed our first winter riding in Willow -- and we even introduced two friends to the sport for the first time. The trail system there is incredible, and a wonderful place for folks to learn and enjoy.

    Until next year!
    Palmer, Alaska
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