That's what local sledders are wishing for.
All the snow we got over the new year is a good start.  Rob Brandt from Crikside Enterprises says their sales have been going strong since December and with the snow December 31st, even more people are out riding and creating hype for the sport.  Wally Wusowicz from Supreme Boats adds sales and service have picked up since the huge dump of snow.  But Harold Kihn with the Southeast Snoriders Association says there is not near enough of the white stuff.  He explains the trails are rideable, however, conditions are not ideal because they don't have enough snow to run the grooming equipment.  Kihn is wishing for 10 to 12 inches of more snow and some colder weather so the ice can thicken .