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1 hour ago, TURBO DOO said:

Should have called Revrnd.  He knows a thing or 2 about swimming...:icon_munching:...

 

Thanks for your efforts all kidding aside. 

Soupkids can help out too.

 

I'm surprised none of you have suggested I should 'snow check' 1 of these:

 

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During my Ranger ride today, I could see a fresh sled track on the snow we got yesterday.

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1 hour ago, TURBO DOO said:

Should have called Revrnd.  He knows a thing or 2 about swimming...:icon_munching:...

 

Thanks for your efforts all kidding aside. 

No feet got wet in the making of this situation. LOL

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6 hours ago, Strong Farmer said:

How you know those people took signs? Maybe they stopped to walk their dog. I see lots of people doing that this winter and with thier backs to sledders walking down middle of trail.  
 

cause you could see there foot print where they got out of the vehicle and walk to where the missing sign was, then walk back to the vehicle 

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3 hours ago, revrnd said:

Soupkids can help out too.

 

I'm surprised none of you have suggested I should 'snow check' 1 of these:

 

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During my Ranger ride today, I could see a fresh sled track on the snow we got yesterday.

I forgot about soupkids...:lmao:....

 

Your good for the rangers, he  is good for sleds..

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3 hours ago, Crow said:

No feet got wet in the making of this situation. LOL

Thats good to hear..:right_on:

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3 hours ago, ecarnell said:

Lake Huron for a quick spin, as sleds all put away.

 

 

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Looking good.  Love the lake huron water..

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6 hours ago, Crow said:

I only leave up the signs that are on private property in the bush that don't tend to be shot at. Other than those, I take em all down, billboard's too.

Here's this morning's little adventure on the A trail. It's been better, LOL.

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Least you got anchor points nearby. We learned a lesson from our dunking, leave a clevis in the receiver. Pretty much froze our hands trying to put one & the adapter in last spring.

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11 minutes ago, TURBO DOO said:

I forgot about soupkids...:lmao:....

 

Your good for the rangers, he  is good for sleds..

I've sunk a quad a few times !!

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30 minutes ago, revrnd said:

 

Least you got anchor points nearby. We learned a lesson from our dunking, leave a clevis in the receiver. Pretty much froze our hands trying to put one & the adapter in last spring.

Got lucky, as I was alone, but was able to winch off a small dead cedar tree. It wiggled some but held up. Won't cut it down now. LOL

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Heading out tomorrow to try to get the pickets off the lake again, attempt 1 was a failure.

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48 minutes ago, soupkids said:

Heading out tomorrow to try to get the pickets off the lake again, attempt 1 was a failure.

Good luck Soup. Maybe wear your water wings out there.

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13 hours ago, soupkids said:

Heading out tomorrow to try to get the pickets off the lake again, attempt 1 was a failure.

Off topic but I find it funny that different areas of Ontario have different dialect. In northern Ontario they are pickets and in our area we call them stakes.

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10 hours ago, PISTON LAKE CRUISER said:

Off topic but I find it funny that different areas of Ontario have different dialect. In northern Ontario they are pickets and in our area we call them stakes.

Up here we also call the lake stakes, down south field markers.

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Self isolation on hydroline , just son and I out for first little rip of the season (first year a full size adult bike will take some getting use too).

Didn’t see , or expect to see, anyone.
 

took pic of the only snow we found (from large drifting and in the shade).

 

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I know that trail.

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15 minutes ago, ecarnell said:

Self isolation on hydroline , just son and I out for first little rip of the season (first year a full size adult bike will take some getting use too).

Didn’t see , or expect to see, anyone.
 

took pic of the only snow we found (from large drifting and in the shade).

 

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Saw 3 dual sports (individually) go thru the village today.

 

One rider was sporting 'colours'. WTF When did H-D last offer an offroad bike? I know they did @ 1 time.

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12 hours ago, PISTON LAKE CRUISER said:

Off topic but I find it funny that different areas of Ontario have different dialect. In northern Ontario they are pickets and in our area we call them stakes.

And sometimes we call them sticks.  At least around this part of the township.  :rotflmao:

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Self isolation day today, going ice fishing.

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On 3/25/2020 at 6:36 PM, ecarnell said:

Lake Huron for a quick spin, as sleds all put away.

 

 

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Too soon.

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13 hours ago, revrnd said:

One rider was sporting 'colours'. WTF When did H-D last offer an offroad bike? I know they did @ 1 time.

In the early 80's, I think

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