HERMON – While most of the state is excited for warmer weather, snowmobilers were a bit disappointed that they couldn’t take it to the trails.
“We’ll passed down these memories for years to come,” said Nick Huff, race promoter.
For some, those memories have already been passed down. 50 years later, they are now showcasing some of the vintage sleds with the next generation.
“I love the outdoors. When others kids were learning music, I loved the outdoors,” said Trail Master, Byron Ogden.
The 15th Annual Vintage Sled Show is bringing families, friends and lovers of snowmobiles together to enjoy what remains of the snow.
“It’s a chance to promote the snow mobile club and raise some funds for the operation,” said Ogden.
Not only is it helping the operation, but it’s also helping the local economy.
“It’s become big business. It’s pouring millions into the state,” he said.
“It’s impressive,” said John Monk, the executive vice president of the Maine Snowmobile Association, “This club has done great work pulling people out of the woodwork.”
“They carry a lot of stories. It’s just a lot of memories to pass down to other generation,” said Huff.