Thanks to Marc for a unique ride. There were several groups of tweeners at Swedetown today. Between season or end of season trail users. Bikers, skiers, and hunters. I'd have to say the bikers grabbed the most fun today. Because of the well designed gentle nature of these singletracks the tread was very easy to stay on. The snow was so light there was little (if any) resistance and traction was good enough to climb everything. Only one down tree (on South side). Fast cornering will be tricky and a rut on the main dirt road took me down.
I recommend trying this unique between season opportunity. No mud, no equipment clogging...only fluffy snow that cushions the trail and deadens sounds.
My sympathies to those that are yearning for deep snow and to those that think Marc and I are crazy to ride single track in December in Calumet.