Weather: Up in the low 30’s with a chance of a little snow
Trail Conditions: Good to fair
Stay off the rail road track in Bergland. Or anywhere for that matter. The DNR have received many calls because of people riding the tracks. They are going to be writing tickets if you get caught. In Bergland the trail coming off the Lake is right next to the road, 50 foot south are the rail road tracks. I think the major problem is people running from the Hoop to Bergland down the tracks, there are houses right next to them and people are feed up. Use the Lake, there is no excuse for sleds running the tracks. Same goes for using the highway. All season I have seen sleds going down M-28. I followed a guy into the gas station and tried to warn him and all he could say was “I didn’t know where the trail was”. Common sense people, stay off the damn highway.
Trails are holding up much better that I thought they would considering all the traffic we have. 13 north and south of Bergland were still real rough though. 8 east was a bit choppy but the rest of Lake Gogebic/Bergland was OK.
I get asked from time to time about going off trail. I know a guy that will take you on some extreme off trail rides. He charges a fee but I don’t think you would be disappointed. This is the guy Click here too For serious riders only, if your interested email me and I’ll put you in touch with him.
“Here’s your equipment –chair, whip and a gun.
“Who wants to try out first?”
The girl says, “I’ll go first.”
She walks past the chair, the whip and the gun and steps right into the lion’s cage. The lion starts to snarl and pant and begins to charge her.
About halfway there, she throws open her coat revealing her beautiful naked body. The lion stops dead in his tracks, sheepishly crawls up to her and starts licking her feet and ankles. He continues to lick and kiss her entire body for several minutes and then rests his head at her feet.
The circus owner’s jaw is on the floor. “I’ve never seen a display like that in my life.”
He turns to the old pilot and asks, “Can you top that?”
The old pilot says, “No problem, just get that lion out of there.”