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Name: x voulnteer
Address: within club limits
City: not deer lake
Province: NL
Email: xvoulnteer@yahoo.ca
Date: 04 January 2010
Time: 21:00

Comments

Howley and Buchans become more and more distant from the trail system! When this trail system was first developed Buchans was included on the map as PRIMARY GROOMED trail and now it is not. The Groomer has only attempted to go to Buchans once but has never been in town. Howley seems to be the next to be crossed of the list as the grooming continues to be of Deer Lake and Northern area. Including Whitewash (according to guestbook entries) which I might add is not primary trail. On top of these changes is the addition to the trail across Mary Ann. This trail leaves the Deer Lake to Howley Route to cross Mary Ann only ten short Minutes from Howley and ten to fifteen from Deer Lake. Still money was wasted to build a warm up shelter on this crossing. In turn further directs traffic away from Howley and Buchans. Leading in the aid of the argument that trail stickers are not being sold in these two small towns. It’s easy for people to justify not buying stickers, when the groomer doesn’t visit there area. My question is why are primary groomed trails being overlooked to groom the NON Primary groomed trails? Wasn’t the idea of this club to open up the province for tourism and support the smaller areas? I can almost recite the answers I will receive. 1. “Trail stickers are not being sold in these areas.” (Would you buy one if the groomer isn’t in the area?) 2. “The club has many many miles of trail to groom and cannot do everything at once.” (NO DOUBT but primary groomed trails should be top priority and not the non primary groomed trails that are not even a part of the trail system, like whitewash.) 3. “The club only has one groomer” (don’t be spending money for warm up shelters just ten minutes from two towns on opposite ends of the trail system.) I’m looking forward to a reply. I still continue to buy a sticker, support my local club, and region. Thanks.


Name: xvoulnteer
Address: within club limits
City: not deer lake
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 04 January 2010
Time: 21:03

Comments

Howley and Buchans become more and more distant from the trail system! When this trail system was first developed Buchans was included on the map as PRIMARY GROOMED trail and now it is not. The Groomer has only attempted to go to Buchans once but has never been in town. Howley seems to be the next to be crossed of the list as the grooming continues to be of Deer Lake and Northern area. Including Whitewash (according to guestbook entries) which I might add is not primary trail. On top of these changes is the addition to the trail across Mary Ann. This trail leaves the Deer Lake to Howley Route to cross Mary Ann only ten short Minutes from Howley and ten to fifteen from Deer Lake. Still money was wasted to build a warm up shelter on this crossing. In turn further directs traffic away from Howley and Buchans. Leading in the aid of the argument that trail stickers are not being sold in these two small towns. It’s easy for people to justify not buying stickers, when the groomer doesn’t visit there area. My question is why are primary groomed trails being overlooked to groom the NON Primary groomed trails? Wasn’t the idea of this club to open up the province for tourism and support the smaller areas? I can almost recite the answers I will receive. 1. “Trail stickers are not being sold in these areas.” (Would you buy one if the groomer isn’t in the area?) 2. “The club has many many miles of trail to groom and cannot do everything at once.” (NO DOUBT but primary groomed trails should be top priority and not the non primary groomed trails that are not even a part of the trail system, like whitewash.) 3. “The club only has one groomer” (don’t be spending money for warm up shelters just ten minutes from two towns on opposite ends of the trail system.) I’m looking forward to a reply. I still continue to buy a sticker, support my local club, and region. Thanks.


Name: xvoulnteer
Address: within club limits
City: not deer lake
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 04 January 2010
Time: 21:08

Comments

Howley and Buchans become more and more distant from the trail system! When this trail system was first developed Buchans was included on the map as PRIMARY GROOMED trail and now it is not. The Groomer has only attempted to go to Buchans once but has never been in town. Howley seems to be the next to be crossed of the list as the grooming continues to be of Deer Lake and Northern area. Including Whitewash (according to the clubs online guestbook entries) which I might add is not primary trail. On top of these changes is the addition to the trail across Mary Ann. This trail leaves the Deer Lake to Howley Route to cross Mary Ann only ten short Minutes from Howley and ten to fifteen from Deer Lake. Still money was wasted to build a warm up shelter on this crossing. In turn further directing traffic away from Howley and Buchans. Leading in the aid of the ongoing argument that trail stickers are not being sold in these two small towns. Which is untrue, as stickers continue to be sold there. It’s easy for people to justify not buying stickers, when the groomer doesn’t visit there area. My question is why are primary groomed trails being overlooked to groom the NON Primary groomed trails? Not just now and then but most of the winter. Wasn’t the idea of this club to open up the province to more tourism and support the smaller areas? I can almost recite the answers I will receive. 1. “Trail stickers are not being sold in these areas.” (Would you buy one if the groomer isn’t in the area?) 2. “The club has many many miles of trail to groom and cannot do everything at once.” (NO DOUBT but primary groomed trails should be top priority and not the non primary groomed trails and more importantly, trails that are not even a part of the trail system, like whitewash.) 3. “The club only has one groomer” (don’t be spending money for warm up shelters just ten minutes from two towns on either side of it.) I’m looking forward to a reply. I still continue to buy a sticker, support my local club, and region. Thanks.


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Date: 11 January 2010
Time: 07:10

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Name: DL Rider
Address: Deer Lake
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Province: NL
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Date: 15 March 2010
Time: 19:50

Comments

Hey, "X" why don't you take your comments to the NLSF, oh wait, there isn't any snow this year. It just goes to show that no matter how hard someone tried they is always a whinner in the croud. why don't you wait for a year with enough snow to do these area's, unlike this year. Grow up!I am rather happy with the trails we have this year for the amount of snow we have recived. well worth the trail pass i bought!


Name: sami
Address: 12 st
City: germantown
Province: md
Email: mpark62554@mailoman.com
Date: 06 April 2010
Time: 12:11

Comments

hello all


Name: Gladys (Blanchard) Rodriguez
Address:
City: Houston
Province: Texas
Email: alyssa3@prodigy.net
Date: 28 April 2010
Time: 14:24

Comments

Originally from Woody Point, worked at Eatons in Corner Brook from 196 thru 1970 would love to hear from anyone that would have worked with me, Also anyone living in the Houston or surrounding areas.


Name: Gladys (Blanchard) Rodriguez
Address:
City: Houston
Province: Texas
Email: alyssa3@prodigy.net
Date: 28 April 2010
Time: 14:26

Comments

I am originally from Woody Point, worked at eatons in Corner Brook from 1963 thru 1970, wouod love to hear from anyone that worked with me. Also anyone living in the Houston area would love to make contack. Thanks


Name: kirk
Address:
City: deer lake
Province:
Email:
Date: 16 April 2009
Time: 10:08

Comments

Grant i am sorry that u did not enjoy your ride on the long weekend. I know that u have been a long time supporter

of our club. However during the long weekend the tempatures were not low enough to groom white river road.

We did make an attempt to groom them on sunday night but due to high temps we had to turn around at the warm up

shelter. Right now with tempatures not reaching below -5 when we groom we are doing more damage to trails then

good. What happens is that we turn up the top layer of snow causing it to melt faster then it normally would.

Also the groomer is now starting to sinking the snow causing ruts that the drag sometimes cannot get out.

Please bear with us we r doing everything that we can considering the tempatures during this time of year.


Name: LT 02
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City: Deer Lake
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Date: 15 April 2009
Time: 17:41

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Grant, I assure you grooming was done on the 11th please inform yourself a little more on the grooming how to page.

Know before you go.


Name: Grant Noble
Address: 54 Goose Arm rd
City: Deer Lake
Province: NL
Email: grantnoble@nf.sympatico.ca
Date: 14 April 2009
Time: 20:21

Comments

Sorry buy I drove white river road on April 11, the groomer was parked at the entrance of the road when I left at

10:oo am. And it was no sign of any grooming done or attempted on Saturday April 11 as you sail in your reply.

There was no sign of a groomer turning around at the warm up shelter. There wasn't a groomer track to be seen,

It was still parked where It has been for days!


Name: Ken Walt
Address: 130 The New Road
City: Bonne Bay Big Pondnl
Province: NL
Email: walts1@nf.sympatico.ca
Date: 14 April 2009
Time: 18:58

Comments

Congratualions on the 2009 trail grooming. A special thank you for including Whitewash Road in the grooming.

We have seen the negative response in the Western Star Roamer. The no name respondent must not have travelled the

Junction Trailer Blazers trails. As avid sticker buyers this has been the best year yet. Keep up the good work.

We appreiate all the volunter work that has been involed. Ken Walt, Don Hoyles, Brian Sparkes, Don Lewis,

Irv Howe, Dick Payne, Wayne Burton, Bob Evans, Randy Walsh, Wilf Carey, Bob White, Mike Canning, etc.

Thanks again


Name: LT 02
Address:
City: Deer Lake
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Date: 14 April 2009
Time: 16:16

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Grant: the groomer is un able to travel to the Goose Arm trails without the aid of a rather large truck now and if you

check out the trail updates White River Road was attempted on the 11 but conditions were too soft and the groomer

had to turn back at the warm up shelter.


Name: Dave
Address:
City: Grand Falls
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Date: 13 April 2009
Time: 13:39

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Guys, I was out your way this past weekend and I have to say that your trails are excellent. However, I was

disappointed that White's River Road was in poor shape being the long weekend and all especially when it was a

good family day with a heated shelter along the way to the gorge to enjoy. This is not a complaint as being a member

of our local club and groomer operator at times, I fully understand the conditions required for successful grooming

this time of year with only night shift available to do so. Still, places as popular as that area, I feel a priority should

have been given but I didn’t purchase my trail pass in Deer Lake either and support your efforts. . Its’ one of those

“damned if you do and damned if you don’t” situations. If you groom White’s RR and don’t groom an area that’s

popular to the local people, they will say “What are you catering to those people who come from other places and

purchase their stickers elsewhere instead of us” and I fully understand that concern. If you don’t do White’s RR you

will hear the same from those of us away and a few locals who use that road often. I guess I am greedy and a little

envious of the fact: 1. That you are still lucky enough to have snow 2. That I am able to travel your trails.

3. That you are making an honest effort to groom when the temperatures are low enough to do so.

Keep up the good work JTB. Dave M. GFW


Name: Grant Noble
Address: 54 Goose Arm rd
City: Deer Lake
Province: NL
Email: grantnoble@nf.sympatico.ca
Date: 13 April 2009
Time: 11:12

Comments

I have been a member of JTB for the past ten years and every year I buy two Trail stickers. I would like to Know

why the trails from tower road to North arm hills and the White river road to Western Brook turn off at the second

steel bridge wasn't groomed this past long weekend? We have one long weekend in prime spring ski-doo season

where the trails should be second to none but I drove both trails this weekend and they were terible!!!!!!

I'd like to know why someone with JTB didn't see how important this Easter long weekend is to snowmobilers

who pay good money to buy passes, yet we end up riding on ungroomed trails? I have said for the past two years that

I wasn't going to buy anymore trail passes because of poor service with JTB buy have went back on my word.

"But unless there is a good reason for the trails not being done this April 10,11,12 weekend JTB will not sell me

another sticker!!


Name: New Road Sticker Holders
Address: Bonne Bay Pond
City:
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 07 April 2009
Time: 09:56

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Great job on the trails in this area this year guys.Glad to see Whitewash added to the mix.It was a pleasure to ride.


Name: DL SUPPORTER
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Date: 03 April 2009
Time: 17:53

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To DL Rider if you don't like and don't support it dont ride there!!!!! Whiners like you should stay home and wash

your skirt.


Name: DL snowmobiler
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Date: 03 April 2009
Time: 17:41

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The season will be over after this week of rain coming. Another year is over, another two stickers, another rough

season. Will not be buying anymore stickers in Deer Lake!!!!


Name: wade
Address: deer lake
City:
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Date: 20 March 2009
Time: 12:18

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havent gotten 180 dollars worth for my two stickers yet and i guess i wont now! been ridin pretty bumpy trails,

except the baie verte and corner brook trails.theyre pretty good.:(


Name: Ray Reid
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Date: 04 March 2009
Time: 04:35

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OSV Trail in back of Cormack, needs a few more marks on the open marsh's.


Name: Wilf.
Address: JTBSC
City: Deer Lake
Province: NL
Email: wilfcurlew@hotmail.com
Date: 03 March 2009
Time: 11:16

Comments

To rider from cormack we are out as much as weather permits or breakdowns permit. We have only one groomer and we are grooming trails in five different

directions now, so that takes five different nights and if you happen to ride a trail thats been groomed three days ago with all the traffic we see in this area then

you can expect to ride rough trails. We have only one groomer and we know that we connot do the trails we have the way they should be done, but we are trying.

Some people suggested we drop some trail,but what ones would we drop. We have not done white river road because of this reason, it would only give you one

more trail to complain about. We are going to groom that trail when we can but right now are sticking to the five we have been grooming all winter.


Name: rider
Address: cormack
City:
Province: nl
Email:
Date: 02 March 2009
Time: 20:24

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rode last 3 week-ends trails outside deer lake area were great deer lake trails were bad i will buy where trails are grommed next year

p.s. why is white river trail not grommed yet


Name: wade
Address: deer lake
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Date: 01 March 2009
Time: 10:12

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headin out for a ride,checkin out the trail conditions and by the looks of it i guess ill have to go to the airport,people are gettin charged,and the groomin hasnt changed


Name: DL Rider
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Date: 23 February 2009
Time: 12:49

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Went to passadena on the trails yesterday, deer lakes were great! WSR not so much. Must say that it is good to see the groomer operatering full force!

but just wondering if i have to get a day pass for an out of town rider if white river road has yet to be groomed? if so, is it going to be groomed by the 28th?


Name: kirk
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Date: 23 February 2009
Time: 07:48

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I am a member of the club and as far as i can see the enforcement of the trail passes has already started. apparently there were 4 or 5 that were charged

this Saturday and a couple were charged last weekend as well.


Name: snowking
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Date: 22 February 2009
Time: 14:49

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There is a lot of machines using the trail with out sticker when is their going to be a crackdown on this. I don't mind paying $100 if everyone else do


Name: LT 02
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Date: 12 February 2009
Time: 22:49

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Grooming is going great because of the improvements in snow conditions. Thank you to all DL snowmobilers for their patients with the trail conditions.

All attempts to keep them up for those who have their trail passes will be ongoing as weather and equipment conditions permit. However because of a certain

few who seem to enjoy destroying our trails with their reckless driving trails which were recently groomed for you are being torn up shortly after the groomer

passes over them. Please keep in mind that with only one groomer and such a large area to cover we can not always be following these certain few who are

making things bad for reasonable riders.


Name: Brooker
Address:
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Email: BrookerDB@hotmail.com
Date: 04 February 2009
Time: 12:52

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Excellent to see you guys on the go! Keep up the good work


Name: Cody
Address:
City: Deer Lake
Province:
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Date: 25 January 2009
Time: 06:50

Comments

Why aren't our trails done? Why has all the clubs surrounding Deer Lake have theirs done? Why did I buy a sticker?


Name: Dwight
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Date: 23 January 2009
Time: 18:36

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In response to the comment/question by the DL snowmobiler, and I am sure many others are asking the same question.

Initial run (walking in) the trails without the drag is necessary to level bad spots and identify areas that may be a

problem when towing the drag there are usually numerous trees, unfrozen bog areas, snow drifts and other obstacles

that require the tractor portion of the groomer to back up numerous times and plow snow. or alter its path of travel.

From my very limited experience operating and as a passanger / helper, it is nearly impossible to back the drag up

without being on a very hard surface to enable the wheels to be lowered, without the wheels lowered the drag digs

in and the front raises possibly damaging the equiptment or anchoring the whole machine so it would not be able to

back up or go ahead due to the obstacle in front, this would require an additional machine to travel to the area to

assist. From my understanding two very experienced operators were on the machine when it was in the North Lake

area. Trust this explanation is OK. Constructive criticism and questions are welcome


Name: DL snowmobiler
Address:
City: Deer Lake
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Date: 22 January 2009
Time: 20:47

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Saw the groomer on north lake road today burning fuel and not towing the drag. It is great to fix the washouts but,

why wasn't the drag in tow and make that fuel actually do some good to the trail. I see White bay groomer and drag is

active and also the Bonne Bay groomer and drag is also burning fuel and grooming trails. I am sure both areas have

stumps and rocks to deal with also. Let's hear another excuse!


Name: Dwight
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Date: 22 January 2009
Time: 20:39

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On the Wiltondale trail today, It is passable however not groomed , there is a lot less snow on the trail than compared

to last year at this time. Several wet spots are visible.


Name: Dwight
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Date: 22 January 2009
Time: 06:47

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Groomer to Wiltondale yesterday to "Walk In" trail. Today a group are cutting trees etc to fix a couple of washouts

on the North Lake and Wightwash Rds.

The groomer will push snow over these and hopefully they will last the remainder of the winter.


Name: Reader
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Date: 22 January 2009
Time: 03:32

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Name: kirk
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Date: 13 January 2009
Time: 20:49

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yes north lake road may be good for grooming right now but we still have to be able to get the groomer from the race center to north lake road in order to groom it.

From the race center to north lake road there are a couple of brooks that we have to cross and also we have to travel through the transmission line from reidville road

to north lake road. The transmission line is littered with rocks and stumps.


Name: DL snowmobiler
Address:
City: Deer Lake
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Date: 13 January 2009
Time: 16:09

Comments

"ACTUALLY NORTH LAKE ROAD IS IDEAL TO GROOM RIGHT NOW, GET WITH IT GUYS!"


Name: Ray Reid
Address:
City: Norris Point
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 10 January 2009
Time: 06:57

Comments

Keep up the good work . But try to keep the trail conditions up to date


Name: DL Rider
Address: Deer Lake
City:
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 03 January 2009
Time: 13:05

Comments

To Disappointed; Trail stickers are what runs the groomer, therefore, if you do not plan on supporting the JTB, or NSLF,

please don't used the trails... it's hard to groom trails with out funding. it's also hard to groom over 700km or trail with

just one groomer. you have to understaind the the equpiment needs maintance, there for can not be on the trails all the time.

it seems that the trails are always better in corner brook due to the fact that the have little over 400 km and 2 groomers to do it,

yet, the JTB only have the one groomer. SO please redirect your complaints to the NLSF, not the JTB. In ON,

each club is distrubited funds through the federation, not like here... if all the money from stickers went to the NSLF,

we wouldn't have such a problem with the trails because there would be enough funding for each club,

not just a "look after it from you sticker sales" idea!!! BUY WHERE YOU RIDE!!! support local clubs.


Name: Disappointed
Address:
City: St. John's
Province: NL
Email: NLskidooer@hotmail.com
Date: 12 December 2008
Time: 12:21

Comments

When the grooming system is actually up to par and trails are actually groomed, THEN I will start buying trail stickers again.

Otherwise, it's like paying a plumber to plumb your house when he hasn't got all the tools or knowledge at his disposal in his fledgling business.

Get professional first and THEN get paid. Not the other way around.


Name: Elwin Stacey
Address: 38 Longview Cres
City: Spruce Grove
Province: Alberta
Email: chartlook@telus.net
Date: 16 November 2008
Time: 15:37

Comments

Looks very interesting.


Name: Matt Hunt
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Email: matthunt101@hotmail.com
Date: 27 September 2008
Time: 19:21

Comments

looking for information on the yamaha SX Viper 700 Triple.

I'm planning on buying one and I want to know if it's a good machine


Name: guy mann
Address: london
City: london
Province: kent
Email: guy@yahoo.com
Date: 13 April 2008
Time: 19:35

Comments

nice site


Name: Blair Cumby
Address: Howley,NL
City: Howley
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 10 April 2008
Time: 12:20

Comments

I think the trails this year in the howly area was not kept up to standards when it comes to being groomed.

I know their was lots of snow and the trais were rough, i am also a snowmobile rider but I am glad I never bought a trail sticker.


Name: Snowmobiler
Address: Deer Lake
City:
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 21 March 2008
Time: 16:19

Comments

Just a note, if you plan on gettign another groomer, do you plan on using two of them to get the trails done?

or are you just going to park it and let it sit? The NLSF should allow clubs to use their groomers as well as the club to try and maintain the trails,

i wouldn't mind volentering to operate a groomer a couple days a week, but one groomer isn't enough for this area...

Come on Guys, Corner Brook has 3?? Why is that? Please Tell me!!!


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Date: 17 March 2008
Time: 05:44

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Is the groomer broken? Went for a ride through hughes brook (took camp 10 trail) to the cabin on North Lake.

It was terrible especially at the intersection at white wash road to go back to hughes brook. Very disappointed in the grooming this year.

So much for buying trail stickers. Think I will ride the WSR trails...my back and machine can't take it.


Name: suzanne payne
Address: 18 edinburgh ave
City: corner brook
Province: nl
Email: sjpayne@nf.sympatico.ca
Date: 16 March 2008
Time: 07:52

Comments

the groom trails in corner brook are excellent...better than the roads we drive on...

i would agree that the trail stickers become mandatory for all machines, starting from purchase date...

congratulations on a job well done to the groomer operator and the club.


Name: Disappointed
Address:
City: Fort McMurray
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Date: 15 March 2008
Time: 18:16

Comments

My buddy and I just finished up a holiday at Bonne Bay Pond on the west coast of Newfoundland.

He came from Ontario and I came from Alberta, we put alot of miles on our Ski-doo's and had an awsome time,

but we were pretty disappointed with the so called groomed trails.

Newfoundland could be one of the top snowmobile destinations in the world,but after one trip down the groomed trails and that could all change.

Hopefully the trail conditions will improve next year.


Name:     Pat Williams
street:       831 Beacon Street, #273
city:         Newton Centre
province:     Newfoundland
postal code:  02459
phone number: 617-830-9847
date:         12-03-2008
email:        nh-Williams1088@damailbox.com
involve:      Yes

message:

I like your site.


Name:
Address: Howley
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Province: NL
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Date: 24 February 2008
Time: 10:51

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Bought 2 stickers this year for $140. I don't mind paying this amount to enjoy the trails when they are groomed.

But i have to say that i am very disappointed with the service.

Just wondering since the Mary-ann brook bridge is now open (all signs & barricade have been taken down)will the groomer be coming to Howley?

If not, should Howley residents be ecpecting a refund since these are the only groomed trails we have access to?


Name: curious
Address:
City: DL
Province: Nl
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Date: 12 February 2008
Time: 19:18

Comments

who has been hired as our new groomer operator?


To Larry

The Pynn's Brook trail was groomed last night Feb 05/08. We apologize for the delay in the grooming. The groomer was down this week with a broken sprocket. Also, we were in the process of hiring and training a groomer operator. This training etc had to be done by volunteers and there was not always someone available to train him how to operate the groomer and also take him out on each trail so he could become familiar with them. This has now been completed and ,hopefully, from here on the trails will be done on a regular basis. Of course this depends on weather and groomer troubles. Thank you for your patience.


Name: Larry
Address: pasadena
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Date: 06 February 2008
Time: 10:07

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If pyns brook to howley is part of the main trail system how come pyns brook has not been groomed since the 23rd of january. I have bought a trail sticker every year since 2005 when i started on the trails and it seems like it gets worst each year. I have no problem paying 60.00 or even 160.00 for a groomed trail but for god sake groom it. Trail stickers fuel the groomer but groomed trails sell stickers. The last 2 evening I spent in back of pasadena on the woods roads. Best trails in the area right now


Name: kirk
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Date: 29 January 2008
Time: 14:38

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The jtb would like to express our concern for your comments. We understand that grooming this year is taking along time. However due to the fact of app. 700kms of trail and only one groomer this year everything is moving slowly. we have been told by the federation that we will be getting a new groomer to replace our old one however we do not know when we will be receiving it. In the matter of grooming certain trails on fridays so it is good for the weekend it is impossible to groom 700kms of trail in one night, therefore this cannot be done for everyone wants their trail done on friday. Primary trail must be maintaned first which for our area is pynns brook to howley and doff diamonds road. Therefore this trail will if possible be maintaned for the weekend. thanks kirk groomer coordinator jtb


Name: not laughing
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City: DL
Province: NL
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Date: 28 January 2008
Time: 22:19

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To new rider, I agree with you. Unless govt. takes this operation over and removes the foolish regulations. It will remain a dead horse


Name: New
Address:
City: Deer Lake
Province: NL
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Date: 23 January 2008
Time: 19:25

Comments

I am new to the area and an avid snowmobiler. I was riding the trail from Deer Lake to the Jakeladder last Sunday, I guess you call it the Bonne Bay Pond area. It didn't take me long to figure out that this is the most used 25km's of the trail system. One would think that it would be groomed more often. I beleive it has been groomed once up until that time. For me if things don't improve, I have bought my first and last sticker. It's simple, you take peoples money and groom tails, or you don't, don't take my money and make me ride a trail like that. That piece of trail should be groomed every friday to handle the weekend traffic going to cabins or just having a lunch or beer a the Jackladder. Maybe it is time to let the club fold until people get serious about providing a service for a fee. I know I am speaking on behalf of a lot of riders. Nothing against the few that are trying however, your on a sinking ship guys. Things have to be done different, this will not survive. Concerned new rider!!!


Name: Dwight FRANKLAND
Address:
City:
Province:
Email:
Date: 22 January 2008
Time: 21:00

Comments

I understand they were there yesterday, Monday.


Name:
Address:
City:
Province:
Email:
Date: 21 January 2008
Time: 12:29

Comments

Just wondering if the groomer will be grooming North Lake Road area this year?


Name: Dwight FRANKLAND
Address: Bonne Bay Pond
City:
Province:
Email: dmfrankland@nf.sympatico.ca
Date: 18 January 2008
Time: 07:14

Comments

The groomer continues to move although slowly at times. People with a bit of time and a power saw or brush cutters even the manual kind would be welcome to widen some of the trails and build some temporary bridges, ie. put brush in holes and groomer can push snow over them. If anyone interested please let me or one of the other directors know. Also if anyone sees a potential hazard please advise a member of the executive as we are trying to compile a list for upgrade or repair later in the year. Dwight


Name: Dwight FRANKLAND
Address:
City:
Province:
Email:
Date: 12 January 2008
Time: 08:37

Comments

Dear laughing, At Least I generated a comment. This is a great means to air your concerns, ideas, views etc. trusting this mild spell doesn't last and the groomer can continue to move. Dwight


Name: laughing
Address: DL
City:
Province:
Email:
Date: 11 January 2008
Time: 20:34

Comments

if you are not complaining, then you are not tired enough!!!!


Name: laughing
Address:
City: DL
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 11 January 2008
Time: 20:37

Comments

if you are not complaining, then you are not tired enough!!!!


Name: Dwight FRANKLAND
Address: Bonne Bay Pond
City:
Province: NL
Email:
Date: 09 January 2008
Time: 18:19

Comments

I just read the "ROAMER" portion of the Western Star and the comments of an 'Avid Snowmobiler'.I would like to say "sorry" however as a new volunteer with Junction Trail Blazers , I have attended seven meetings leaving home at 6:30 pm and returnig between 11;00 and midnight. I asisted in the clean up of the groomer garage, assisted in servicing the groomer which took the best part of two days, Spent a full Sunday with my powersaw and snowmobile acompanying the groomer, cutting wind falls and filling in water obstacles, ditches etc, another Saturday spent in chest deep snow again cutting windfalls, and covering a wet area with slabs prior to groomer traveling over the area, on another day I went with the groomer operator and cut windfalls brush etc and my most recent outing was on last Sunday evening cutting wind falls in waist deep snow in the Cormack Reidville area. I am not complaining, I only wish to point out I an average volunteer trying to keep our trails in reasonable shape and keep the groomer moving. There is a lot more to operating the snowmobile clubs and the Snowmobile federation than most would imagine. I have only beein involved with this club since late fall and previously had no idea of the actual work involved for the volunters. Many individuals and business continue to be involved by providing funds and materials and services to enable us all to enjoy snowmobiling. Please suport the clubs by purchasing your trail pass. Dwight


Name: GORDON PENNELL
Address:
City: Corner Brook
Province:
Email:
Date: 19 December 2007
Time: 14:02

Comments

Just to let you know how much your work is appreciated. I am a big supporter of your trail system, and anyone who uses it , with passes of course, knows it to be top notch,and to anyone using the system without a pass, SHAME ON YOU!


Name: Joe Snow
Address:
City: Corner Brook
Province:
Email:
Date: 23 November 2007
Time: 11:57

Comments

Congrats guys...and good job by all!! I hope riders will buy passes and support the best thing to happen to NL snowmobiling.


Name: Grant Noble
Address: 54 Goose Arm Rd
City: Deer Lake
Province: nl
Email: grantnoble@nf.sympatico.ca
Date: 22 November 2007
Time: 20:16

Comments

Great to see we are going to have groomed trails this year!


Name: Joe Delaney
Address: michener ave.
City: MT. Pearl
Province: NL
Email: joey@kanstor.com
Date: 14 November 2007
Time: 12:50

Comments

Nice site , keep up the good work, ps any snow out there yet???


Name: Club Supporter
Address: Deer Lake
City:
Province:
Email:
Date: 11 November 2007
Time: 09:21

Comments

To delighted. The mentality of people like yourself has caused this non profit organization to be in the situation that it is in.

There is no reason why Deer Lake being the HUB of snowmobiling should be disputing when this volunteer based club creates financial opportunity

for the local business. Maybe it is time that some people decided to grow up and see opportunity in a more mature sense


Name: Bob Evans
Address:
City: Corner Brook
Province:
Email:
Date: 08 November 2007
Time: 11:53

Comments

To Delighted.I see you got told off once well here is the second time.

The groomed trails are just great and we dont need cheapies like you trying to spoil it for all of us who enjoy a good day on the groomed trail.I hope the

Trail Blazers can work out their problems because it will be a bleak winter without them.Keep up the good work boys and i hope you get lots of support

at your next meeting.


Name: wade russell
Address:
City: deer lake
Province: nl
Email: wadelrussell@hotmail.com
Date: 07 November 2007
Time: 20:46

Comments

hope u guys get ur problems fixed up. i ride your trails every year with stickers on both my machines and would hate to see u go.if u need help in any way

let me know.


Name: Carey Trimm
Address:
City: Grand Bank
Province: NL
Email: cjtrimm@nf.sympatico.ca
Date: 06 November 2007
Time: 12:19

Comments

I hope you guys work out the problem with lack of interest in your club and continue to groom the trails this year.

We have been travelling to wiltondale for the past 8-9 years to go snowmobiling and you guys always did a great

job on the trails!!


Name: Trail User
Address:
City: Corner Brook
Province:
Email:
Date: 05 November 2007
Time: 14:27

Comments

To Delighted....your an idiot!! I bet you used the trails every year without paying you cheap B#%^ARD!!!!!!


Name: DELIGHTED
Address: DL
City:
Province:
Email:
Date: 03 November 2007
Time: 17:30

Comments

It took a long time for people to smarten up. Who needs groomed trails anyway



Name:     adrian
Address:  bay roberts
City:     
Province: nl
Email:    asimmonds@nf.sympatico.ca
Date:     14 February 2007
Time:     21:34

Comments:

no respond from my last email but thanks for grooming woody point. hopefully this can happen at least every two weeks. thanks again 
        adrian
p.s i would like to know the cost of getting woody point groomed.

Name:     adrian
Address:  bay roberts
City:     
Province: nl
Email:    asimmonds@nf.sympatico.ca
Date:     12 February 2007
Time:     18:02

Comments:

do your club have any type of agreement for grooming trail to woody point. if so what is it?

Name:     Todd Lee
Address:  13 Oakes Road
City:     Deer Lake
Province: NL
Email:    toddlee@nf.sympatico.ca
Date:     11 February 2007
Time:     15:02

Comments:

Doing a great job this year.
Is it possible to include the first 9 km of white wash road for grooming? if not can it be done once or twice a month?

Name:     wade russell
Address:  humberview drive
City:     deer lake
Province: nl
Email:    wadelrussell@hotmail.com
Date:     09 February 2007
Time:     20:58

Comments:

rode trails tonight theyre great and worth the sticker please keep it up.

Name:     Diane
Address:  
City:     Mississauga
Province: Ontario
Email:    
Date:     23 January 2007
Time:     20:42

Comments:

Nice site people shouldn't knock it. Keep up the good work.

Name:     Curious
Address:  
City:     DL
Province: Nl
Email:    
Date:     10 January 2007
Time:     21:50

Comments:

How gutless can you get?
Answer the mans question about sticker sales!


Name:     wiskeynuts
Address:  
City:     DL
Province: NL
Email:    
Date:     07 January 2007
Time:     14:30

Comments:

How many stickers have we sold up to today?


Name:     Bruce Caravan
Address:  208 Dunluce Rd
City:     Edmonton
Province: Alberta
Email:    bcaravan@finning.ca
Date:     29 December 2006
Time:     08:22

Comments:

Great information on trail rides...
Date:     23 December 2006
Time:     11:54

Name:     Daine
Address:  
City:     Sally's Cove
Province: NL
Email:    dhewlin@longrangeadventures.com
Date:     06 January 2006
Time:     20:22

Comments:

Great site very informative.

www.longrangeadventures.com

Name:     Christine & Lawrence Parsons
Address:  P.O. Box 842
City:     Bay Roberts
Province: Newfoundland
Email:    cpollettparsons11@hotmail.com
Date:     29 December 2005
Time:     19:33

Comments:

Just checking in to see the reports on the trail conditions in December 2005. Trusting to be out there soon for a trip!  Seasons Greetings

Name:     wade russell
Address:  4 humberview dr
City:     deer lake
Province: nl
Email:    hazelmrussell@hotmail.com
Date:     27 December 2005
Time:     07:47

Comments:

please update your site

Name:     gary duncan
Address:  3 nicholsville rd
City:     deer lake
Province: nl
Email:    garylduncan@hotmail.com
Date:     26 December 2005
Time:     21:18

Comments:

your site defintiely needs alot of work

Name:     Greg Byrne
Address:  
City:     Sackville
Province: Newbrunswick
Email:    gtmakmc@hotmail
Date:     27 November 2005
Time:     05:49

Comments:

You gotta check out this web site
http://www.yukonpowderhounds.com/

Name:     Mark Ryland
Address:  84 Goose Arm Road
City:     Deer Lake
Province: The one and only 
Email:    Mark__ryland@hotmal.com
Date:     20 November 2005
Time:     12:12

Comments:

I can't wait to get my 2006 Polaris RMK 600ho on the snow of Newfoundland


            
Name:     Randy Reynolds
Address:  207 School Street
City:     Unity, Maine
Province: USA
Email:    rls@uninets.net
Date:     17 October 2005
Time:     17:10

Comments:

Very nice site

Name:     Randy Reynolds
Address:  207 School Street
City:     Unity
Province: 
Email:    
Date:     17 October 2005
Time:     17:08

Comments:


Name:     Mark Ryland
Address:  84  goose arm road
City:     Deer Lake
Province: NL
Email:    
Date:     30 August 2005
Time:     10:35

Comments:

I can't wait for the 2005-2006 season to start because I have a new sled

Name:     Cory and Sherilynn Reid
Address:  105 Campbell Cresent
City:     Fort McMurray
Province: Alberta
Email:    cory.reid@flyjazz.ca
Date:     20 March 2005
Time:     01:02

Comments:

Excellent way to keep in touch with whats happening around the area. You need to update more often and have some new photos added.Keep up the great work to
all the volunteeers !!

Name:     married at 20
Address:  
City:     
Province: 
Email:    
Date:     19 March 2005
Time:     20:42

Comments:

this site is the worst

Name:     courtney
Address:  
City:     
Province: 
Email:    
Date:     19 March 2005
Time:     20:41

Comments:

hey love the site

Name:     Don Ball
Address:  Garden rd 
City:     deer lake
Province: nfld
Email:    dondball@yahoo.ca
Date:     07 March 2005
Time:     09:31

Comments:

I`ve been Snowmobiling this weekend trailes are the pits most of the winter when i went out anyway. And groomer problems need to be addressed,this is a big problem,We pay good money for good rides ,i think members should speak out  {Don Ball]

Name:     Gary
Address:  
City:     corner brook
Province: NL
Email:    
Date:     23 February 2005
Time:     06:06

Comments:

do you guys update this web site at all. It's feb 23 and you have no updates since the 10th feb. All I can figure from this is that you don't groom the trails so why up date your site. With such beautiful trails in your area it's a total shame that people can't find out what the condition of your trails are. It also wouldn't hurt to either put up  or replace some signs. Trails are poorly marked it your area, making it very difficult to find your way.
This don't seem to be a club that should consider themselves The Snowmobile Hub of the Province.
I hope you can improve the updates of your site or give up offering that kind of info.   


            
Name:     steve
Address:  
City:     Grand Falls-Windsor
Province: 
Email:    
Date:     14 February 2005
Time:     21:12

Comments:

I think that the age limet for the ski-doo is stupid along with the trail sticker..you shoud be 14 to drive a ski-doo

Name:     Snowmobile Supporter
Address:  Corner Brook
City:     
Province: 
Email:    
Date:     31 January 2005
Time:     10:34

Comments:

Yes, your right these are trails that our fathers have built. But we would have to get our fathers back to clear the brush and fix tthe washouts. These traditional trails now would have 6" spruce on them. A groomed trail will save you the price of your sticker  in gas saving not to mention repairs. If they only charged $20, some people would still bit%# about that. In my mind, $60 is a small price to pay for this comfort!! Go Junction Trail Blazers!! 

Name:     Island Trails
Address:  PO Box 2642
City:     Paradise
Province: Newfoundland and Labrador
Email:    islandtrails@islandtrails.biz
Date:     30 January 2005
Time:     22:38

Comments:

http://www.islandtrails.biz

Name:     Jeff Hutchings
Address:  CBS
City:     CBS
Province: NL
Email:    jeffh(noSpam)@avint.net
Date:     28 January 2005
Time:     10:19

Comments:

Snowmobile associations and government are not considering the fundamental, historically and culrurally grounded, rights of all Newfoundlanders. We've used Abitibi woods roads for forty years to access cabins of ours (roads that my father helped build, by the way), and we are now expected to pay for it! Groom what you like, but don't expect others of us to help subsidise the goings on of your organization. In case you've lost sight of what snowmobiling means to some people in NL, think about those that haul wood or use them to access their cabins, or to hunt. 

They are not infringing on your trails. You are infringing on theirs - and their rights.

Again, groom to your heart's content, but don't try to manipulate those who have been snowmobiling all of their lives on what you now call 'your trails'!

 

Name:     Addventure X Lodge
Address:  10 Ststion Road
City:     St. George's
Province: Newfoundland
Email:    www.addxweb.com 
Date:     06 January 2005
Time:     15:39

Comments:

Nice Site. Junction Trailblazers can find a great day ride or over night location at the Addventure X Lodge ,right on the rail bed, in St. George's. Please visit our website to learn more. Thanks 

Name:     clifford parsons
Address:  20 greentree ave 
City:     windsor junction
Province: nova scotia
Email:    samprop@sympatico.ns.ca
Date:     17 December 2004
Time:     22:39

Comments:

great trails

Name:     
Address:  
City:     
Province: 
Email:    
Date:     14 December 2004
Time:     14:42

Comments:

mandatory sticker forum discussion group..  come join the discussion and voice your concerns http://forum.apluscs.net

Name:     MAGGOT
Address:  Canada
City:     oshawa
Province: on
Email:    maggot1968@hotmail.com
Date:     18 November 2004
Time:     13:26

Comments:

Very kool site. Keep up the great work. Check out my site here is the web address    saundershandtohandcombat.piczo.com

Name:     claude guy
Address:  
City:     calgary 
Province: alberta
Email:    brandyguy@shaw.ca
Date:     28 September 2004
Time:     23:31

Comments:

I grew up in deer lake great site keep it going. hey goosney!
                              

Name:     Sport
Address:  UK
City:     Coventry
Province: 
Email:    autownet@webpromote.com
Date:     27 September 2004
Time:     21:10

Comments:

I really like your site a lot. You have done a very good job!

Name:     Quebec Snowmobiling
Address:  
City:     
Province: Quebec
Email:    http://www.quebecsnowmobiling.com
Date:     25 September 2004
Time:     19:42

Comments:

"Snowmobiling in Quebec has never been better!  Come and see what the Mauricie region has to offer this winter.  Visit our brand new web site for snowmobile trail conditions, bulletin boards, weather, snowmobile photos and more. www.quebecsnowmobiling.com "
 

Name:     Leyon Williams
Address:  18 Al Jazeeraland Compound
City:     Doha
Province: State of Qatar
Email:    leyon.williams@cna-qatar.edu.qa
Date:     26 March 2004
Time:     14:54

Comments:

Hi Guys,
Great work over the past two years. Would loved to have seen some races at the new site.  Tried to visit last summer but didn't work out.  Still visit the website frequently with many bittersweet memories of how it all got started. 

Bye for now and thanks for the excellent photos!!

Name:     Noel Goosney
Address:  
City:     Cambridge
Province: Ontario
Email:    newfie764@hotmail.com
Date:     22 March 2004
Time:     18:39

Comments:

Awesome site. Keep up the good work. I grew up in Deer Lake. I miss the snowmobiling very much.
Hey Pa.

Name:     bob derting
Address:  cant tell you
City:     cant tell you
Province: cant tell you
Email:    will never tell you
Date:     23 February 2004
Time:     09:17

Comments:

i like youre set ups and i love to snomobile

Name:     Jason
Address:  
City:     Corner Brook
Province: 
Email:    
Date:     10 February 2004
Time:     15:37

Comments:

What an excellent way to show your trail system. Really like it. Would like to know if you would like to 
show any member from the Western Sno Riders how this can be done or setup for there trail system?? 
Would like to see it done if possible. Thanks Jason

Name:     Selby Knight
Address:  
City:     Grand Falls -Windsor
Province: NL
Email:    selby.k@thezone.net
Date:     08 January 2004
Time:     10:33

Comments:

Hopefully more snowmobilers throughout the province will view your site and support the NL 
snowmobile assoc. Attached is my letter to Kevin Sweetland, president of the assoc.
 Maybe WE can influence others!
Kevin Sweetland
 President
 Nl Snowmobile Federation
 
 Kevin
   I have being hearing of the dilema that the snowmobile assoc is in, and I want to offer my support and 
thanks to you, the assoc members & many volunteers throughout the province
 Hopefully snow will come and stickers will sell!
 But meanwhile may I suggest that instead of giving a refund
for stickers purchased this year that you offer a FREE sticker for next year. Since you  
dealing with only (4000?) people who are going to support the need anyway, don't discourage them 
from paying for a sticker.
 The 10% (?) of users paid up may be able to influence some of the other users to do the same.
 I have supported the Exploits club for the past couple of years, but this year because of lack of 
support in the smaller communities,I  decided to purchase  a sticker from
the Green Bay Snowmobile Assoc.
 Hopefully, this forced cancellation of  groomer operation
will publicize the NEED for the snowmobilers who USE the
trails, to PAY their "very fair" share.
 We all should realize that if more people don't start paying
a small voluntary fee, we we all end up paying a much bigger legislated fee.
 May your Flurries become frequent,and your frustrations
be forgotten!
 
Selby Knight
Newfoundland Outdoors
 

Name:     Junior Grandy
Address:  Stephenville
City:     Canada
Province: NL
Email:    bsgsa2003@canada.com
Date:     23 December 2003
Time:     09:03

Comments:

Great site guys, I just hope we get some more snow.  If anyone is interested in posting some snowmobile 
pictures they are welcome on http://www.geocities.com/bsgsa2003/ 
I think we have to show off this great Province that we live in.

 

Name:     Stephen Traverse
Address:  
City:     Brampton
Province: ON
Email:    Steve_Traverse@msn.com
Date:     22 November 2003
Time:     13:29

Comments:

Originally from Trout River, NL.  Looking forward to bringing my sled home for Christmas 2003 to try out 
some of the trails back on the Rock!

 


Name:     Junior Grandy
Address:  http://www.geocities.com/bsgsa2003/
City:     Stephenville
Province: Newfoundland
Email:    bsgsa2003@canada.com

Comments:

Guys the site looks great, now only if we could get some more snow we would all be more happier.

Name:     Dave Rogers
Address:  MightyGPS.com
City:     Toronto
Province: ON
Email:    dave@mightygps.com

Comments:

Good site but some articles or tutorials about GPS would make it perfect
-- your pals at www.mightygps.com

Name:     Wade Short
Address:  281 Smallwood St
City:     Ft. McMurray 
Province: AB
Email:    wshort@cbsconstruction.ca

Comments:

Hats off to those who are involved with the JTB committee. I know it requires a lot work and committment a
nd it's starting to pay off. Tony, would love to see some pictures of the new  groomer building and the 
race oval area, along with a brief update. How did the fall auction go this year?  

Name:     SOCCER SPORTS RACING
Address:  
City:     
Province: 
Email:    http://soccerpartners.org

Comments:

NICE SITE

Name:     Dave Cushway
Address:  Box 138
City:     Ymir
Province: BC
Email:    woolymir@netidea.com

Comments:

Have a look at http://www.kmatours.bc.ca if you want  a great snowmobile adventure this winter. 
They are booking up fast.

Name:     Derek Murphy
Address:  Leo's General Store
City:     Howley, NF
Province: A proud Corporate Sponsor of the JTBSC
Email:    derek_judyann@nf.sympatico.ca

Comments:

Web page is looking great. Trails are looking better but if 
we could clone a groomer we'd have it made... keep up
the good work... See you on the trails

I met your club during your Gaff Topsail trip last year. I was impressed. Great job with the trails! Your website is a great help for trail condition information and we use it

frequently when planning trips. It really helps bring people into your area!
Scott Crosbie <ccrosbie@nf.sympatico.ca>
Bay Roberts, NF Canada -

Always glad to sign a guestbook concerning the sport of snowmobiling...keep up the GW..!
W.D. - Canadian American Snowmobilers Trail Net

Wayne DeSilva <lward@netburner.net>
USA -


Beautiful pictures on your website. I happened accross the site while surfing the web for snowmobile related sites.
Here in new york the land is crowded and polluted.
Canada is oh so nice, wish I lived there.
I go to Quebec several times a year to ride and always come home with a smile on my face.
Maybe someday I will travel to Newfoundland or Labrador to ride and meet the people.
BOB

Bob Stark <Rpstk@aol.com>
Rochester, NY USA -


Nice web site.
We had 12 inches of new snow in the last two days. Plan to have a ride tommorrow.
Hope you have a good winter. If you want to have a great one try, http://www.kmatours.bc.ca.
Cheers, Dave

Dave Cushway <Dave@kmatours.bc.ca>
Nelson, BC Canada -


Hi, i am from Rose blanche, newfoundland, and i was wondering if i could possibly get some pictures of pasadena, i have been there, and i am doing an assignment on it, thanx.

krista <krista_80@hotmail.com>
rose blanche, can -


My brother, Bill Fraser appears to enjoy this weather much more than I would!However the pictures were beautiful and it looks like everyone has a lot of fun!
Dawn Moore
Dartmouth, NS -


Very fine site. I hope to try your trails in the near future. Pictures are a very nice addition.
Merne & Karen Arsenault <arsenam@home.com>
Fort mcmurray, AB Canada -


Very fine site. I hope to try your trails in the near future. Pictures are a very nice addition.
Merne & Karen (Hedd) Arsenault <arsenam@home.com>
Fort mcmurray, AB Canada -


Great site with some nice pictures, I cant wait until snowmobiling season is here again.
Justin
Corner Brook, -


Great web site,fatastic pictures and better trails. Keep up the good work and see you on the trails.
Derek & Judy Ann Murphy <dmurphy@nf.sympatico.ca>
Howley, -


Enjoyed visiting your site...
R. Isherwood <kt_racing@hotmail.com>
Nokomis, Sk. Canada -

Hey Tony,
The new pictures are awesome. I even spotted Mr.Hiscock in one.
They make us wish we were there. Keep up the good work.

Wanda <tw.loveless@home.com>
Fort McMurray, -


Excellent pictures. Just returned to Fort McMurray from a week of snowmobiling with Dick & family in the Cormack/Deer Lake area. Travelled over 600 kilometers and was


very impressed with all the trails. Hope to repeat trip next year.
Val & Bonner Pinsent <vbpinsent@home.com>
Fort McMurray, Ab USA -


Loved viewing your web site. Great job guys. Nice to see home again. Hope to particpate in your activities sometime
in the near future.

AUBREY SHORT <aubreyshort@home.com>
Ft. McMurray, AB. -


Keep Up The Great Work On The Site, See Ya At Snow Trek 2001. Exploits-Snowmobile Club
Paul Ruttgaizer <paul.ruttgaizer@nf.sympatico.ca>
Botwood , NF CA -


Great web site guys.The trails look auwsome,hope to get a chance to ride them sometime soon.Thanks to Dick for letting me know about your site.Keep up the good work.
Trevor and Jeanette Wight <trevorjewight@home.com>
Fort Mcmurray, AB Canada -


Hey Tony,
The web site is well put together.You are to be commended for your good work.

Ivan & Marina Thomas <marina.harnum@nf.sympatico.ca>
Deer Lake,Nf., Canada -


Great pictures, makes me want to come home and enjoy the trails
Audrey Yepiz
Cochrane, AB Can -


Tony
The site is getting to look like a master piece

danny oake <oake@nf.sympatico.ca>
deer Lake, canada -


tony web site looks good.keep up good work.
david evans
deer lake, newfoundland canada -


Excellent work!! Seems to be viewed better in Internet Explorer but both browsers work great!! Remember to let everyone know that we rent snowmobiles and have log cabins

available for your members. Looking forward to a great season of snowmobiling!!

Leyon Williams
Past President

Leyon Williams, P.Eng <outback.adv@thezone.net>
Deer Lake, NF Canada -


Great job on your website. Looks like we have a lot of great skidoing to look forward to this winter
Colin&Paula Pittman <pittman@sympatico.nf.ca>
Cow Head, nf Canada -


Tony
The cabin looks good,lets rent it for a night and get away.
Meery Xmas & a Happy new Year to you, your family and all the menbers of the Junction Trail Blazers
Danny

Danny oake <Oake@nf.sympatico.ca>
deerlake, nf canada -


Just lookin' at home and wondering what the Heck I am going here. No snow here at all. Nice site. Good to see home.
Peter Glover <peterg@woodbuffalo.ab.ca>
Fort McMurray, AB Canada -


The site looks great, especially the pictures,the only problem is,is that alot of us are going to get home sick alot more. Great JOB
Shawn Pittman <ssp@mb.sympatica.ca>
Thompson, mb Canada -


Great site. But the pics are not loading up. Is there a prob on your end?
Darryl Barnes <darryl.barnes@nf.sympatico.ca>
Stephenville, NF Canada -


you guys have done a lot of great work -trails,bridges,
and also a great job on your site. keep up the good
work

Adrian. Walsh <info@mainriversafari.com>
pasadena, nf canada -


I needed a laugh so I mom told me about your website, her picture is rather amusing.

Angie

Angie Shand
Bridgewater, ns CA -


Photos are nice! Like to see more pictures of them.

Alex

Alex Payne <alexpayne@nf.aibn.com>
Cox's Cove, Nf Canada -


Now I want to get on my sled and go for a ride with you all, this is a very well laid out and completed web sight. I will definitely

pass it on to everyone, especially those who are considering a sled purchase, the scenery is second to none. Here in Thompson we have some good riding

too and there is never a shortage of snow. Keep the good work coming, photo's rule.
Colin Fritz <cfritz@norcom.mb.ca>
Thompson, Mb Canada -


Really enjoyed your web site. You are doing an awesome job.
The pictures are great. Hello to all you Cormack trail riders.

Wanda Loveless
Fort McMurray, -


Very impressed with the website. Thanks to Dick for telling us about it. Looking forward to snowmobiling on the trails in our March trip to Cormack. Keep up the good work.
Bonner & Valerie Pinsent <vbpinsent@home.com>
Fort McMurray, Alberta