Warden Spahr of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and the camera crew from North Woods Law were there to see the start of a new trail that will link the Ossipee Mountain ATVERS with the Limington trails to the north. We worked together with the Warden's Service, a state biologist and other ATV, and snowmobile groups to begin cutting in the new trail. The Army is going to be using their base for training so our trail will now be outside the base. I felt like a protected Moose with the wardens there.
Mahindra tractor was helpful to say the least. Also gave its operator a nice seat for lunch.
My trusty steed with the Bush Buggy trailer filled with chainsaws, gas, oil, brush cutter and more.
About half the group that worked on the trail. The group I worked with did a 12' wide, 4/10ths of a mile clearing through the woods. Not sure how far the group working south made it.