There is a really pretty snow cover out on the grounds of the Maine Forest and Logging Museum, located off the Government Road off Rte. 178 in Bradley. Unfortunately, it leonards-millsis covering a serious amount of ice.

Powder in ruts of ice make for very difficult conditions for walking or pulling a sled.  The ice storm crust is still lingering in the woods, so the trails are still not in condition to be able to offer sled rides.  For safety, there is a sign closing the grounds at the moment due to the ice on the roadway and trails down on the grounds.  The museum is aiming for Feb. 2 to try again to have sled rides.  Please call 944-2999 for updates.

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