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 Post Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2015 6:36 pm 
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To be honest I thought the oxbow trail was good , those rocks stick up after a foot storm. Yea there was a ton of traffic everywhere which is great . Thanks for the hard work.


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 Post Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2015 7:14 pm 
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Spike man, things were much better than fair on saturday. You guys are awesome.Thanks

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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 26, 2015 5:41 am 
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Hey Bob C ,
been wondering myself where you been.
Rich
grooming has been good ,from what I've read from John Foley on here.

Rich


Yes, DRAG has always been a team effort and w/o me grooming the others have filled right in and done a great job. It is something we planned for and as you can tell the trails are in great shape. I am still involved remotely w/ the website, groomer reports and state paper work but very little time in the groomer. I will be up at camp grooming for a week in Feb and I am looking forward to it. As w/ everyone, family comes 1st and this is Rob's 1st year of travel hockey so time is very limited to be at camp.

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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:31 am 
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Bob C. wrote:
Gsx800 wrote:
Hey Bob C ,
been wondering myself where you been.
Rich
grooming has been good ,from what I've read from John Foley on here.

Rich


Yes, DRAG has always been a team effort and w/o me grooming the others have filled right in and done a great job. It is something we planned for and as you can tell the trails are in great shape. I am still involved remotely w/ the website, groomer reports and state paper work but very little time in the groomer. I will be up at camp grooming for a week in Feb and I am looking forward to it. As w/ everyone, family comes 1st and this is Rob's 1st year of travel hockey so time is very limited to be at camp.

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Ah ,been there done that with the travel hockey.
I take it Rob is in the Schenectady youth hockey uniform???

This is weird my brothers son played in their organization for the last 3 yrs ,but is now in troy.
My son who is now 30 also played for troy through out his travel youth hockey.
When an if I see you ,if interested I'll give you a whole history an on going saga of Ice hockey in my family.

I still play 3 times a week now at age 61.
Take care ,matbe see you in Feb.

Rich

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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:14 am 
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Gsx800 wrote:
Bob C. wrote:
Gsx800 wrote:
Hey Bob C ,
been wondering myself where you been.
Rich
grooming has been good ,from what I've read from John Foley on here.

Rich


Yes, DRAG has always been a team effort and w/o me grooming the others have filled right in and done a great job. It is something we planned for and as you can tell the trails are in great shape. I am still involved remotely w/ the website, groomer reports and state paper work but very little time in the groomer. I will be up at camp grooming for a week in Feb and I am looking forward to it. As w/ everyone, family comes 1st and this is Rob's 1st year of travel hockey so time is very limited to be at camp.

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Ah ,been there done that with the travel hockey.
I take it Rob is in the Schenectady youth hockey uniform???

This is weird my brothers son played in their organization for the last 3 yrs ,but is now in troy.
My son who is now 30 also played for troy through out his travel youth hockey.
When an if I see you ,if interested I'll give you a whole history an on going saga of Ice hockey in my family.

I still play 3 times a week now at age 61.
Take care ,matbe see you in Feb.

Rich


Yes #6 right wing SYHA Squirt B. He will play Troy next Saturday and it will be a good game just like Union vs. RPI. I try to play at least twice per week at Union and Saratoga in a 50 +. Keeps you young!

We should try and get a PU game at the Speculator Ice rink over the holiday week. There are a bunch of DRAG members who play hockey.

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 Post Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2015 11:38 pm 
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Good Evening Wellsnowrider...
Sorry for that, and YES, Bob C. sort of handled the posting of grooming operations in the past. He's got some other activities as his primary focus this winter, so I'll try and jump in here and help out.

To get things started, I took Darrin on a grooming action last Sunday (1/25/2015) to give him a feel for our "contact sport" called GROOMING as Bob like to call it. Yeah, we made some "contact", but we didn't break anything serious. Just a shear pin on the grizzly and slight teeth chattering for Darrin (he did get to experience a "tail hook").

We groomed LP4A board flat. I did the BAT (Business Access Trail) later that night. The River Trail was groomed Saturday afternoon. That's all I have for this report. I'll try and collect pictures as much as possible for you, as I know those are certainly more impressive... and pretty too.


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 Post Posted: Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:58 am 
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Big Mike, thanks for the update!

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