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heres a winter and early fall picture comparison. I always enjoy seeing the change in seasons. 

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1 hour ago, coldfinger said:

heres a winter and early fall picture comparison. I always enjoy seeing the change in seasons. 

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Where is your cabin located? 

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Trail 585  between Maryhill and Ariss

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LOL!

 

There is someone on Snowest with the name "ThistleDoo", but I think that he is from Colorado?

 

Possibly Alberta, but I know he's not in Ontario.

 

 

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Nutter had some great pics years ago. Same idea - winter ( sled ) and summer ( motorcycle ).

 

Great pic of thistle doo, above. Winter's better :)

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I don't have any 'before & after' pics, but have taken a few off-season photos of the trails during my travels.

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I wish I had some pics of just outside of Pukaskwa National Park.

There's some big rocks in there!

 

 

Or even the bottom end of Long Lac, where you can get to the road. 

That's a big mine field! Meandering between Volkswagen Bugs basically....

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Not seasonal......just progress (I think)

 

First pic - Sheppard and Kennedy (where I grew up)  looking west sometime in the 50's

 

Second Pic - Sheppard and Kennedy more recently!

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1 hour ago, Bigfish said:

Not seasonal......just progress (I think)

 

I don't think....

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Dub, front yard winter/summer

 

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Dub, back yard, winter/summer

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Is it just me, or is that lake water a bit "Green"?

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Ox said:

Is it just me, or is that lake water a bit "Green"?

 

 

 

That's the grass Ox! LOL

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Yeah. You're right...

It looks more like Magpie Blue eh?

 

 

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Ox, that is the Magpie river, behind the house. we are 4 houses west of the gas station. Ski

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14 hours ago, Motorhead said:

My cabin in the woods . Muskoka.

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Looks nice. Did you steal the cart from Santa's Village? LOL

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7 hours ago, Ox said:

Is it just me, or is that lake water a bit "Green"?

 

 

 

 

5 hours ago, PISTON LAKE CRUISER said:

That's the grass Ox! LOL

 

LOL

 

I remember a co-worker having to layover @ Lillabelle about 15 years ago when flying to the Fort Severn area for fishing. Weather in the North Bay area forced them to fly around it. Their original day was supposed to take them from Scugog to Moosonee. Anyways, when he got back from holidays, he says, "The water at Lillabelle is green!" I replied, "How would I know I've only been there on snowmobile!" "Hmmm, I guess you're right". He knew we had stayed there on our sled trips.

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I've been to Dub on ATV's a few times too.

That isn't a bad place to stage out of - especially now that Pat is back at the Motel.

 

* Note that I haven't stayed there since Pat has been back tho.

Swung in one evening to say Hey to Luc, and that's it for a long time now.

Also stopped to see AC/YA, but only his wife was there. 

He was out sledding. Whod'a thunk eh?

 

I think it was the day or at least the weekend that we scored this prize, not far from Dubreuil

FWIW - The boy was prolly 6'2" at that time.

 

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9 hours ago, revrnd said:

 

Looks nice. Did you steal the cart from Santa's Village? LOL

Not exactly it was an impulse buy to run the kids around and to the lake. Never know what you find on kijiji. Lol. 

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12 hours ago, Ox said:

I've been to Dub on ATV's a few times too.

That isn't a bad place to stage out of - especially now that Pat is back at the Motel.

 

* Note that I haven't stayed there since Pat has been back tho.

Swung in one evening to say Hey to Luc, and that's it for a long time now.

Also stopped to see AC/YA, but only his wife was there. 

He was out sledding. Whod'a thunk eh?

 

I think it was the day or at least the weekend that we scored this prize, not far from Dubreuil

FWIW - The boy was prolly 6'2" at that time.

 

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I still remember my wife telling me you had stopped while Paige and I went over to Henry's on Hwy 17 that day.  We had to cut trees and break the trail since it was around Christmas / New Years 2012.  We made it to Ernie's too that week through the park as Dog Lake wasn't ready yet.  We also broke trail up to Hornepayne by ourselves.  We were the first to cross the Kaby River and break through to the road.  Good times.  This was before the motel was re-opened. 

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It's too bad D'ville is such a long haul from my part of the province. I imagine the summer exploration would be interesting around there.

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