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Rather ride my Harleys to but its Minnesota and if nothing else its going to get cold soon. Put my bikes into storage and the snowmobile is siting in their place and ready to go. I know its going to get cold I just hope we get some snow with it this year. Sure would like to get more than the usual 2-300 miles on the sled this year.

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mine has been put to bed too, the sled cause of the lack of snow I gave to the kids and grand kids last year.  Just the wheeler  left for winter.

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My sleds are home, but with the forecast, didnt see any reason to rush and get them ready to roll.

 

I did go out last Thursday and brush the trail from the house out to the state trail (@ 2/3 of a mile).

Boy did the wind storm and aftermath do a number on it, took quite awhile and some serious chainsaw work to get it all cleaned out.  All ready to go now tho.

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Thanksgiving week is looking to be cooling down to near normal temps up here ,,,Im hoping we can be riding the NSST by new years ,,,Im not holding out any hope to be out riding before that 

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Hey it's coming. I saw a "sign" in the woods last weekend. The biggest, fattest, most obese squirrel I have ever seen in my life waddling around by my Deer stand. He's getting ready for something really big and bad! ;):lol:

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31 minutes ago, Walleyehooker said:

Ive got one of those sitting at the bird feeder right now eating like a pig. Not sure that is a sign winter is coming but he is definitely taking advantage of the nice weather to fatten up.

 

He!! ya, fat squirrel's and the size of White mans wood pile are all signs! :D

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On ‎11‎/‎8‎/‎2016 at 10:59 AM, leech~~ said:

Hey it's coming. I saw a "sign" in the woods last weekend. The biggest, fattest, most obese squirrel I have ever seen in my life waddling around by my Deer stand. He's getting ready for something really big and bad! ;):lol:

I also have never seen so many red squirrels working so hard to gather food of late, and they are not even afraid of you at all. something wicked is coming our way.

late freeze is a good thing, the average late freeze ups in the metro, I believe 12 out of 15 winters have been cold and snowy.

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On 11/11/2016 at 5:48 PM, knoppers said:

I also have never seen so many red squirrels working so hard to gather food of late, and they are not even afraid of you at all. something wicked is coming our way.

late freeze is a good thing, the average late freeze ups in the metro, I believe 12 out of 15 winters have been cold and snowy.

 

I agree, I think in the last two weekends I must have easily seem over 100 Doe's a fawns in the ditches eating. It's crazy and their getting loaded up for something? ;)

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Hmmmm  looks like the snow started to come this year and now left around here. Forecast isn't looking promising either. Heck if I didn't have my bikes in storage I would have taken a ride today. Hope the snow stays up on the range as it landed in my yard up there and just might take a ride up there when the trails open on December 1st

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15 minutes ago, Walleyehooker said:

Hmmmm  looks like the snow started to come this year and now left around here. Forecast isn't looking promising either. Heck if I didn't have my bikes in storage I would have taken a ride today. Hope the snow stays up on the range as it landed in my yard up there and just might take a ride up there when the trails open on December 1st

 

I saw a Scooter on the road today in the rain! :D

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Saw lots of tracks in the ditches up in Xlake this weekend, but with the rain it will all be a bout gone, except the plow drifts. I spent 3 hours blowing the driveway on Friday, and should have just left it, haha! :) Now if the lakes will just be able to freeze before the next snow...

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