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Snowmobiling Buddy??

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I am living up by Ely this winter and am wondering if anyone from the area or if anyone is going to be up visiting the area wanted to do some snowmobiling.

The type of riding that I like to do is mostly off trail/boondocking/power line riding. I have an older RMK 700 so it is pretty much set up for this kind of riding as apposed to the trail variety.

Cory

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