Webster City got 6" to 10" of snow. If I had noticed the trees so laden with snow I might have not tried to groom the Woodland trail, as it has no place to turn around with the groomer. However, my mistake has created a magical skiing experience. In at least twenty spots, trees from both sides of the trail bowed down to the ground. It took an hour, but between plowing ahead with the Kabota, and physically climbing and shaking trees, the trail is groomed and open with tunnels of snow covered foliage. It is crazy beautiful!
I also laid a classic track on the Ten Hills 5k race course on the golf course, but due to the wind, I couldn't lay the second width today. If you do come and ski the Woodland Trail, you might want to park up by the conservation building, as the lake parking lot is muddy and deeply rutted.