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Canuck last won the day on September 29

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About Canuck

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  • Location
    Six Mile Lake / Midland
  • Main Riding Area
    Georgian Bay
  • Club
    Baxter Snow Riders
  • Sled
    Arctic Cat 5000 '17
  • Previous and/or Other Sleds
    Yamaha Viper, Yamaha Apex, Yamahas (Venture, 700 Triple), Arctic Cat spine crusher ('92)
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  1. Canuck

    Kap Snow Rovers Facebook Page..

    Incredible trails.
  2. Canuck

    Quebec Trail Map

    Their Jan free ride weekend is enticing. Looking at a way of riding Friday (Ontario ); Sat - Sun Quebec and Mon ( Ontario ) ... without duplicating ride out/in from Ontario.
  3. Canuck

    eye in the sky

    Presumably, there's 'boots on ground' ahead to enforce. Hopefully, we'll develop a signal similar to 'flashing headlights' to assist riders with obeying the law. I've seen circular hand motions over the head. Index finger up, pointing to sky, in a helicopter pattern. How ironic - that was used years ago, before the advent of eye in the sky.
  4. Canuck

    Are We Getting An App ?

    Thanks for taking the time to post screenshots, farmer.. Also looking forward to purchasing the app. The ability to save a route (routes??) like I do with boating app (Navionics) is helpful.
  5. Canuck

    First Open Trails

    It's the elevation. We've left in GTA rain on Boxing Day and entered falling snow as we climbed up to Haliburton Forest. Never observed them make snow, but there are ski hill type hoses as you exit/enter the parking lot area. That area is also used for dogs/sleighs and I suspect that it gets pretty beat up. So, yes, there's snow making equipment for about 100 metres (that I could see) but a 'football field' of snow making somehow got translated into the myth of 'they make snow on trails'. Worth going to break in a new sled, introduce a beginner to sledding, get away from inlaws over the holidays (outside voice??) - but HF once every other season is enough. There may be folks on oc.com with a camp there; more local knowledge. That's what I thought the equipment was for. Many nice memories of riding there with Sledjunk and his family. In later years, with my yoots. Food's quite good in the onsite restaurant.
  6. Canuck

    Quebec Free Trails Weekend

    Thanks BBaker. Forgot about 'that' weekend. It's been a while since I visited "la belle province" .
  7. Canuck

    Lot's of the White stuff in Parry Sound

    Thanks for the visual Wonderful pic
  8. Canuck

    East of north bay today

    Great pic ATV.. Wonderful news in the follow up. Lake we're on ( Six Mile) in Port Severn basically melted last weekend. Assumed North Bay would be similar. Glad things are firm up there.
  9. Canuck

    OFSC Trail Guide

    I use the interactive guide to plan trips. On trail, use of the IAFTG has been limited due to lack of ' follow me' function. Concur with above - paper trail guides and blue signs (for now)
  10. Canuck

    OFSC Trail Guide

    Some sites are doing away with Apps and simply improving the mobile (smartphone) experience. Basically, no App - just store url, click (via data or wi-fi) and you're on. The actual trail guide appears to be a work in progress. The App is 'stay tuned'. Wonder if resources shouldn't be thrown at the website...put the App on hold for now. Chuckled at the 'paper maps'/blue signs approach. Back to the Future.
  11. Canuck


    Also wishing you a great season on a great looking sled.
  12. Canuck

    Early rides 2018 - 2019

    Way to go, Blake. On all levels - Riding. Riding the Cat. Bravo [and not the Yamaha kind ]
  13. Canuck

    OFSC Trail Guide

    Enjoyed it last year. Thanks.
  14. Canuck

    cold weather

    Great looking sled.
  15. If I'm reading this right, snow prancing soon?