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        12-15-2013, 01:26 PM
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    My land sits very low and the snowmobile trail is close to the river. Come spring I'm marching up and down the trail, a nervous wreck worrying about the river coming up and washing me away.

    However they are good neighbors, I've had them keep my back gate open with their grooming machine and make me a pad so I could get in and out with the truck to bring the horses round bales during deep snow years. Once I made the head trail maintenance guy understand what a problem erosion could be he bent over backwards trying to accommodate me. They actually cut a second trail out there this summer so that when one gets worn down they can kick over to the other. They should bend over backwards. If I shut down my property to them it adds 32 miles to getting back to the clubhouse which sits right across the street from my property.

    Got 10 inches of fluffy snow last night. Trails officially open up here today. Got snow on the brain.
         
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