Sunday, January 26, 2014

A little short.............

I'm going to go with 3 to 4 inches for the snow total over the weekend.  It was a little hard to tell, because at times the wind was whipping pretty good.  Looks like more snow for the beginning of the week, with good temps for riding.  I didn't have anyone say anything about wet spots or slush on the lakes.  So I guess the cold from last week really did it's thing.  The cold did return this morning as we dropped down to 9 below.

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10 comments:

  1. Correct Steve. No slush on the lakes at all. Who ever said that last week must of been at the bar first.

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  2. I would give it 80% of the trails have good conditions. The rest is fair. Prob the best conditions I have seen in OF over the last 2 years.

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  3. Indian Lake Shane Apex RiderJanuary 26, 2014 at 10:36 PM

    Ever Wonder where all the Sleds from the 90s are?? Were talking Hundreds of thousands of sleds sold in the 90s and prices Half of todays costs... We Rode 4 Dayz the past weekend from MRP to Tug Hill and back into Inlet.. You see maybe some 2004 stuff and Much newer stuff..

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    2. Like how weather underground has it clear with a sun and yet all the cams show that its snowing at a pretty good clip.

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    3. I know what you mean. I hang onto my 91 RXL 650 just for fun. Its a blast on a good trail but brutal on the bumps. No one rides the older stuff.

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    4. I had a 88 650 Indy that was polished and ported, with the front end widened out. It was like riding a dirt track snowmobile, till up hit a bump.

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  4. Not any more....Hope it fires back up !!

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  5. John deere needs to start building again, . They were the fastest sleds on smooth trails..

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    1. How about a Merc. Had one of them also. One of the fastest sleds out there. Once you got it to fire up, without fouling out the plugs.

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