Post in 'The Inglenook' started by quads, Dec 4, 2009.
We didn't get nearly as much snow as some places, but it's starting, after a warm November.
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Its on now...
Some frost in the ground and another 20" of snow and those pictures will be perfect. (for snowmobiling)
Is that your deer stand quads?
It won't be long now and we'll have another 20"! I sold my last snowmobile a few years ago.
One of the neighbors hunts from that stand. I don't hunt anymore, but sometimes I sit up there and take pictures.
I was sitting in mine today thinking man there's alot of btu's out there. :cheese: Had i seen any deer i wouldn't have been thinking that. :shut:
I love snow.
Engage low range.
Bring it on!
I used to love snow, but then as I got older it became more and more work. I also loved snowmobiling. My dad owned a snowmobile dealership in the late '60s early '70s (Boatels, Rupps, Speedways, Allouette). First one around here actually, 1964 Boatel SkiBird was the first one he ever sold.
You are right quads; it is beginning. I put the snow blade on the atv yesterday and cleared driveways. Looks like I'll leave the blade on too because more is forecast next week.
I heard some places on your side of the lake got quite a bit, Dennis. Just that little skiff is all we got, but they are forecasting significant snow for Tuesday/Wednesday. We'll see. Generally they can't forecast this afternoon, let alone 5 days ahead.
I did read that a significant snow storm is expected next week but naturally, the path of the storm is yet to be determined. Time will tell.
Some areas defintely got more than others while some were expecting a lot and got almost nothing. The lake effect off Lake Superior did not kick in until during the night but even then, 8" is about the most (I think) that fell. 10" around Grand Rapids and probably more along the lake.
Come on now, snow keeps us young!
Now that I am "old," I still love it, now even more.
Nice, all are great brands. Fine winter toys for all! Love the sound
of a 2 stroke on new fallen snow.
Keep warm and enjoy your winter toys!
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