The snow started falling on November 17, 2014 and the temperature remained slightly below freezing. Unofficially, this marked the start of the 2014/15 snow biking season!
Fortunately today’s temperature was a high of -7 °C. Since road conditions were poor, a trip was made to Guelph Lake!
A View of the Speed River Flowing Freely
Double Track Trails were in Great Condition
Start of the Metal Bridge
Crossing the Metal Bridge over the Freezing Creek
Twisty Green Pine Trails
The Farmer’s Field was Still Nice and Green Looking
Homestead had Fresh Undisturbed Snow
Carving Tire Tracks into the Snow on Homestead
“You are Here” Sign
Continental Trail King 2.4 Covered in Snow
Leaves were Still Falling onto the Trail
Grass was Still Visible Despite an Inch of Snow
A New Bench Near the Dam . . . “So Remembered Patrick Swaby 1930-2013”
Down the Half-Pipe and Right into a Snow Bank!
Another Photo of My Mountain Bike Stuck in the Snow Bank
Visibility was Poor as Snow Fell onto the Guelph Lake Dam
Somebody Forgot Their Trailer in the Middle of the Forest!