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stoney

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About stoney

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  • Location
    Holland Landing
  • Main Riding Area
    Dorset
  • Sled
    2013 HC 800 SP Ltd.
  • Previous and/or Other Sleds
    2009 Crossfire 800
    2007 Crossfire 800
    2005 F7
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. stoney

    195 charges laid this past weekend in Eastern Ontario

    Most times the person at the mto counter puts it on the back side of ownership....otherwise it's on the same paper as your sticker.
  2. stoney

    Done with winter!!!

    I am sure if it keeps like this, April for sure, for those that still want to ride. Where I am, when the "winter" starts to disappear, my mind starts to focus on other things around the house, and driving North where winter is still present, is hard.....but living in that wintery region, would be a different story I am sure. This is a great time though, as long a bit of snow falls every other day to keep those South facing areas covered!
  3. stoney

    Done with winter!!!

    It is only mid February, man.....easily another 1.5 months left for you up there!!
  4. stoney

    195 charges laid this past weekend in Eastern Ontario

    Good to hear, agreed would be so much more informative to know what was laid. Knowing how the media and police sometimes like to stretch things a bit, I also wonder if the real number was 195.....Odot1 might have some inside details that he might share seeing I think he works out that way'ish. I ran into a a couple trail side stops actually on Sat, the first was three officers at D102B and 54, it was myself and two other riders, officer came over, talked for a short bit asking about the trails & I assume checking out for my permit and sticker, than off I went.....the other two guys that I followed into the check were pulling out all their paperwork to show the officer that was checking them. Second stop was I assume a trail patrol guy checking for permits on the D trail heading back into Ghurst. I did pass a sled that was tapping his helmet, so I assumed there was another check point ahead, but never actually saw or ran through another trails side check.
  5. stoney

    No respect!

    Agreed 110% that this cost for crop damage is best kept with the club vs. paying for damage caused by a few hooligans. I was just wondering what the cost associated with these behaviours was to a club.....I imagine it will depend on the extent of the damage (which is why I was wondering if the blanket of snow helps out in that category) and if the farmer is looking for that replacement, which should not be a topic that should come up, but sadly does?
  6. stoney

    No respect!

    Right there says it all! Farm kids/life have a totally different up bringing.
  7. stoney

    No respect!

    Does a trail run by that field, if so, I think a better effort could have been made to put a fence along that field (not that we should need to, but given the people of today, perhaps a must). Not excusing the moron(s) that ran the field, but you just know it is bound to happen. Anyone know if there is a layer of snow on the crop, how much damage is actually done to the crop? And what is the amount that the club pays for crop damage?
  8. stoney

    Southerners

    That is one of the things we were talking about and I asked him if he ever pulled his clutch before, I did not think he was going to have much luck sitting in the middle of LOB, so we were talking about places in the area he could tow the sled too, once his kids returned, that could pull the clutch off for him with the right tools and a whole lot faster.
  9. stoney

    Port Sydney conditions

    Rode some of the 50 series on Sat, they were good in the AM and PM....does not see no where near the same traffic as the others.
  10. stoney

    Southerners

    What....this is a rare thing to hear! Just recalled a guy on LOB past Sat that I stopped to see what I could do, his belt blew and the thread from the belt was wrapped around the pri. real good, he was wondering if I had a wrench big enough to take off the pri., but my tool kit is not that vast. He already had a friend with him and his kids were heading back to get some tools. We got talking about things and one of the things was actually if anyone else stopped....and the answer was no....
  11. stoney

    Port Sydney conditions

    I had to grab regular this morning there, just put in 10 liters until I could fill up with 91 at the next station....then on the way home, pulled into the Esso with the truck just South if Ghurst, they only had regular as well! AM trails were great, in the PM, the feeder trails were still great, all the main trails were well used. Lots of snow for the groomers to work with and it is getting colder tonight, so should set up nice.....base was softer this morning, so did not take long to get beat!
  12. stoney

    Port Sydney conditions

    Saw all the old iron earlier when I rode by....neat stuff. Lots of snow on the lakes!
  13. stoney

    Help needed in whitney

    That sucks! Is it just me, or does there seem to be more collisions this year on the trails?
  14. stoney

    big Storm. how much u gettin?

    I gotta say, you are one hell of a lucky person! I guess the "oh sh!t, I need help" thread did not come in handy this time. I was wondering the same thing?
  15. stoney

    Help needed in whitney

    Don't say sled, use vehicle. I was thinking exact same thing....tell the call center what they want to hear, a tow is a tow, who cares what they are towing, I'm paying the damn membership fee, so tow my stuff!
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