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The Amery snowmobile club is planning to host our

1st annual Vintage snowmobile ride / Trail side cook out

When: Saturday February 17th 2007.

Ride starts at 10:am sharp

Start point is the head of the Cattail Trail Next to Lamperts lumber & building center on highway 46 in the middle of down town Amery Plenty of space to park trailers.

You don’t need to have a vintage sled to ride as this event is open to any one to tag along. There is a $10.00 participation Fee for this event that will include Brats Chips and Pop at the trail side cook out.

Money Raise from this event will go towards updating all (Courtesy to our Land owner trail signage).

Please visit our web site to stay up to date with this event! This event is pending on open trails and snow conditions. In the event that we have to cancel we will post this No later than February 13th

We ask that you use our RSVP form to pre register on the web site as this will: give us a better idea on how many our planning on attending

The Amery snowmobile club will be providing

A Trail pace Leader

dead sled towing and trailer service.

And freshly groomed trails

Trail ride will be about 30 mile loop

All sleds Must have current registration or Wisconsin trail permit.

Our registration table for this even will be at the Cattail trail head From 9 am till 10 am Trail ride starts at 10:00am Sharp Plenty of room for trailers and plowed parking.

For our out of town guests here is a list of Motels To make reservations Amery Motels you can ride from to event or drive from

Camelot 359 Keller Ave 715 268 8194 or 1-800 899 7014 3 blocks away

Forrest inn 1045 River Place Dr. 1715 268 4100 or 1-800-763 1263 ride2/12 miles by trail or 1 mile car

Turtle lake St Croix casino hotel 1-800-846-8946 2 blocks from cattail trail 11 ride by snowmobile If you need more information email us at: [email protected]

Visit our web site at www.amerysnowmobileclub.com
 

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1. This might fit better in vintage
2. This is in Wisconsin
3. The website says all trails are closed
4. The webcams show a little snow
 

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5. The ride is on Feb 17, so hopefully they get some snow.
6. arcticcatmatt is a killjoy.
 

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I'm with Matt on this one. I see all kinds of ads for rides all over the place. They have meeting places like "Joe's on 52" and "Kmart outside town". You're lucky to get what town, and even more lucky what state they're in. I understand that a lot of these are posted directly from a club website, but when someone copies and pastes them for the general public if they could give a bit more info it would help a ton. It's a pain to mapquest "joeyville" and see how many states in comes up in, then dismiss the non-snow states.

Bryan
 
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