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Walleyehooker

Anyone getting a little optimistic about getting their sled out this year?

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This little cooler weather has got me thinking about snowmobiling. At least a guy can dream. I think I said this last year,if it snows as much as its been raining it cold be a snowy winter. Going to get the sleds out of storage at the end of the month and shine them up. Need to install a set of ice scratchers on the new sled and should be ready to patiently wait for snow. Maybe make it to the Trestle Inn this year.

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Started mine up the other day to burn out the cobwebs! Great to smell the smoke again!  My wife hates it when I do that because I come in reeking of sled smoke!  Auuu. :lol:

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7 hours ago, leech~~ said:

Started mine up the other day to burn out the cobwebs! Great to smell the smoke again!  My wife hates it when I do that because I come in reeking of sled smoke!  Auuu. :lol:

Yer sled caught on fire?! ;)

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Im optimistic,,, We have had lots of moisture over the last few months and hope that pattern sticks around when it gets colder ,,, I will be pulling the sled out of storage later this month to prep it for another season of solo riding during the week on the NSST,,, With a quiet 4 stroke and riding solo you sure see a lot more wild life on the trails ,, Now if I could only get used to taking picture when out riding  

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On ‎10‎/‎8‎/‎2017 at 10:14 PM, leech~~ said:

Started mine up the other day to burn out the cobwebs! Great to smell the smoke again!  My wife hates it when I do that because I come in reeking of sled smoke!  Auuu. :lol:

Old sled here,

Wife calls me "zaust man"

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2 hours ago, LoonASea said:

Im optimistic,,, We have had lots of moisture over the last few months and hope that pattern sticks around when it gets colder ,,, I will be pulling the sled out of storage later this month to prep it for another season of solo riding during the week on the NSST,,, With a quiet 4 stroke and riding solo you sure see a lot more wild life on the trails ,, Now if I could only get used to taking picture when out riding  

So did you take the big R and can now ride any day of the week?  I'm still a weekender for a few more years. :(

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43 minutes ago, LoonASea said:

Yup,,,, took the big R in july ,,, No more planning to ride ,,, just wake up look outside and go

Well dang it! You and Walleyehooker better save me one weekend ride at least this winter!!! :(

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10 minutes ago, Walleyehooker said:

Smokers to the rear of the pack:D

I always follow the big dogs with 900cc motors. Out of respect!  :)

Plus it keeps getting hit around the corners down a bit! :lol:

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42 minutes ago, Walleyehooker said:

And try to stay ON the trail next time :D

And please use your "mirrors" so I don't have to dig myself out next time! :angry:  :grin:

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We will think about you working guys when we are out riding :D

1 hour ago, leech~~ said:

And please use your "mirrors" so I don't have to dig myself out next time! :angry:  :grin:

If we wanted to help dig you out we would have came back right away :D

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1 hour ago, Walleyehooker said:

If we wanted to help dig you out we would have came back right away :D

Getting pretty cocky there. Wait until you need help getting that 700lb behemoth out of a drift! ;)

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