February 3rd Grooming Report--Hard Working Teewinots!

February 3rd Grooming Report

Hard Working Teewinots!

Not only were Coach Libby and crew’s Teewinots mastering Faceplant yesterday, they were also out sleuthing yesterday’s canid encounter.  Their research indicated that the canid that was briefly spotted harassing an elk yesterday in the Outward Bound area was most probably simply a quite feisty coyote.  Thanks Teewinots for checking out one of the many amazing things that happen at Trail Creek.

Speaking of amazing things, if you made it out yesterday and were able to observe or ski the trial sprint classic run of the upcoming Junior National Qualifier that was quite incredible as well.  The word is that volunteers for the upcoming race would be appreciated, if you are interested you can find opportunities on this JHSC volunteer page.  Look for full on race grooming to begin next Thursday, one week from today.

The Husky had no problem firing off into a subzero start for the day, pretty much wiping the close field into the standard configuration for now.  Most every trail received grooming today with a little extra preference being given to resetting classic tracks (skate/classic grooming) in the woods as opposed to skate only passes.  Temps have warmed somewhat and with the right clothing you will be able to find lots of great skiing today.

Groomer’s choice for today is Armin’s.