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Less snow means fewer snowmobilers on Smith Mt.

The Adams County Record of Council, Idaho

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Visiting Cuprum over the weekend were Chad and Natalie Raynor who enjoyed snowmobiling while there. They also visited Larry Cornell and Kathy Hogan and brought fire-starters they had made for Butch and Leila Cornell as well as Larry and Kathy.

Charles Oscar Warner arrived at his grandparents' home at Bear via Ben Warner's vehicle on Saturday. He is spending the whole week with grandparents, Joe and Sue Warner. Some mornings he visits his great-grandparents and entertains them as well.

Super Bowl Sunday was spent at Joe and Sue Warner's with ample refreshments. Nan Rankin and Lowell Tietje and the Bert Warners joined them for an entertaining evening since it was the first football game Bert and Tina had ever seen and were very disappointed with the outcome.

Steve and Kathy Carter of Indian Valley drove up sightseeing and visited the Bert Warners Monday afternoon.

It appears there is very little snow on Smith Mountain for the rocks and timber are no longer covered. And very few snowmobilers have been by.

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Original Publication Date: February 5, 2009

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