There has been some concerns raised about the road conditions, which are actually quite good for a backwoods logging trail and on a personal note, the association has done a fantastic job of maintaining the road with limited resources, and coupled with a winter road plowing collection, we have access year round. This weekend alone, (New Years), we have over 60 vehicles at the landing, unfortunately, a corresponding collection of winter road plowing dues wasn't forwarded. The issue is not accumulation of snow but a result of temperature. With the temperatures close to thaw, the road is icy, and coupled with fog and a smattering of freezing drizzle, conditions are slippery to say the least. Comment has been made about speed and encountering vehicles cutting to the inside of corners or meeting a vehicle cresting the hill in the middle of the road causing a conflict. Our road is winding with hilly terrain with narrow sections and this impacts sight lines. And please remember, this is a two way road. Don't assume that you won't have a meet on a blind curve or hill because of the time of day or day of the week. Lets be careful out there.