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By Andi Bourne

The Only Constant is Change

35 Years of OSCR


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Racers lined up to start the 25K in February 1991. Pictured (L-R): Jim Jaimes, Al Slaight, Ray Fox, Anne Dahl, Mike McGrew, Ann Castren, and Lynn Carey.

SEELEY LAKE – Saturday, Jan. 28 will mark the 35th annual Over Seeley's Creeks & Ridges (OSCR) 50 kilometer (K) ski race. The OSCR has become a local legend in the ski community because of its length, history and reputation for ruggedness and delivering the unexpected. Avid racer and race director since the early 1990s Lynn Carey said the only thing constant with OSCR for the past 35 years has been change.

Prior to the OSCR was the Marathon Ovando Seeley Tour (MOST) race. The course started at the Two Creek Ranch in Ovando and ran 38 miles (just over 61K) to the north end of Seeley L...

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