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I’m sure you will and congrats on the new store, you re going to be one busy guy there 

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I wouldn't change any plans due to this partial reroute onto a section of Lone Pine Drive. I've run Lone Pine along here dozens of times in the past, as opposed to the trail. The road is typically ice and snow covered, and not heavily sanded.

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How can they say no trespassing when its the pipe line/hydro cut? Makes no sense to me. 

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Private property. TCPL and Hydro have easements for their own use.

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6 hours ago, Blake G said:

Private property. TCPL and Hydro have easements for their own use.

Blake exactly right. I talked to mike about this at golf and ski in mattawa. He owns a section of pipeline in that area too. If riders don’t respect and stay on trail, we will loose these key trails. 
Thanks for heads up on pine lane drive. Never know when you encounter roads, if not familiar with area. 

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Yes this new section is usually snow covered ,maybe we can get the old trail back next winter 

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On ‎12‎/‎25‎/‎2019 at 10:01 AM, Blake G said:

Private property. TCPL and Hydro have easements for their own use.

So many people foolishly assume that because there is a hydro line it's crown land and open to all. Farmer friend has transmission towers in his farm field where his cattle graze. Definitely private property.

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3 hours ago, 02Sled said:

So many people foolishly assume that because there is a hydro line it's crown land and open to all.

Perhaps "mistakenly" assume rather than "foolishly" assume? I say that because SteveF6 is no fool. LOLOLOLOL 

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19 hours ago, Blake G said:

Perhaps "mistakenly" assume rather than "foolishly" assume? I say that because SteveF6 is no fool. LOLOLOLOL 

I wouldn't suggest HE is a fool but lots of others out there.....

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Some people prefer to believe what is convenient for them instead of researching the truth. 

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Looks like a few sleds are still going down D trail and past the the trespassing signs ,can't see the new neighbours liking that 

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2 hours ago, Muskoka Man said:

Looks like a few sleds are still going down D trail and past the the trespassing signs ,can't see the new neighbours liking that 

 

Don't you know... those signs are meant for other people. Not them. They're special

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On 12/30/2019 at 2:04 PM, 02Sled said:

Don't you know... those signs are meant for other people. Not them. They're special

Yup and most likely no permits either would be my guess. 

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ASC, Tall pines and HR trails were in good shape. Dwight over to Dorset was excellent, other than one nasty  (2-3km) section of plowed logging just south of the ASC shelter on d101. Came back for lunch in Dwight then headed north towards highland rovers, trails were getting beat up by then plus it was snowing hard so turned around at d102/95. Nice trails for opening weekend! 

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38 minutes ago, Steve F6 said:

ASC, Tall pines and HR trails were in good shape. Dwight over to Dorset was excellent, other than one nasty  (2-3km) section of plowed logging just south of the ASC shelter on d101. Came back for lunch in Dwight then headed north towards highland rovers, trails were getting beat up by then plus it was snowing hard so turned around at d102/95. Nice trails for opening weekend! 

Went from my place across Seguin to d101b and down to dwight. Turned at that crap plowed section. Back up to d102b and to 95 and back to Seguin. All good. 

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