Over the past few years I’ve spent umpteen hours with my two boys working on their snowmobiles. Short of an engine overhaul, we’ve taken apart, cleaned or rebuilt just about every mechanism on their wedgie-style Polaris sleds, an ’87 Sport and a ’91 Trail. The machines are crude compared to…
The importance of trail preservation and land conservation were outlined last month in this space. As I said then, snowmobile trails are a priority. It’s understandable how land sales have negatively impacted our trail system and are only going to get worse if we aren’t proactive. It just so happens…
Trails are a priority, it’s what SAM is all about. One of our biggest challenges is land changing hands. Many landowners sell, donate or conserve land, believing that the snowmobile trail will stay in place. That’s not always the case, even when a state agency is involved. By knowing ahead…
The agenda at a SAM meeting is pretty packed, so much so that getting through all of the business in two short hours can be a challenge. There are typically plenty of issues, which are debated thoroughly, followed by votes that define the direction of the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts….
It’s clear that the clubs and volunteers were running in overdrive this season. Sure, it can be a thankless job. Many of you volunteer to be with friends or have fun with the family. Some of you do it because you want to make sure it’s done the right way….
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