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my charming husband always wanted to get me my own quad,, well now I have it,, bought it for me a few years back, and I totally love it! now I"m not crammed onto the rack of his quad taking up valuable "space" frown

here's a picture of it while we were out camping, I almost spent the night in the bush this time, I went out alone, and buried it,, d'oh!!

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here's a picture of both our quads while icefishing

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here's one while we were out on our anual moose hunting trip.. his is in the lead,, mine in behind

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both are Arctic cats,, I know some folks really don't like them for quads,, but we like 'em!!

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Thanks for the pics! Nuttin wrong with them Cats!

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Ok....I'm jealous now! Thanks for sharing.

I love the moose hunting pic. Looks like fun.

As long as you like your cats, that is all that matters! Who care what someone else may think.

Thor

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Nice pics. Love the scenery in Ontario.

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nuthin wrong with a cat....love mine!!!

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Love the pics, especially the moose hunt - Thanks for sharing!

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thanks!! I should get some more of our moose hunt pics up,, those are goooooooooooooooooood times!

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Nothing the matter with those cats Sue and they are simple,functional and tough especially for the way we use them and where . The back country of the north while fishing,hunting or trapping is not the place to start dealing with electronic b.s. or anything else and all it better take is some trap wire ,vice grips and a screwdriver to get you out . Well maybe a winch .LOL

Is Mike still running the same cat he had some years ago ? Tell him my big bear is tougher .LOL

Great pics .

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TD

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