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Thanks, T-D. 

 

Also sense the slower season (weather) start this year. Hope things improve up there.

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1 hour ago, Canuck said:

Thanks, T-D. 

 

Also sense the slower season (weather) start this year. Hope things improve up there.

If there's no heading North this season, I want NO SNOW then..:unsure:

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The "club sled" eh?

I wonder if there is some way that I can write off my sled/expenses? :wtf:

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10 hours ago, Ox said:

The "club sled" eh?

I wonder if there is some way that I can write off my sled/expenses? :wtf:

Several clubs have club sleds.  Used for packing,  trail marking etc..:poke2:...

 

 

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11 hours ago, Ox said:

The "club sled" eh?

I wonder if there is some way that I can write off my sled/expenses? :wtf:

Thats everyones initial thought Ox but the PBR has more than 500 km. of trail to take care of. No volunteer should be expected to provide their own sled and fuel to perform all the functions required to keep that 500 km. going. JMHO

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2 hours ago, Turbo Doo said:

Several clubs have club sleds.  Used for packing,  trail marking etc..:poke2:...

 

 

We have 2-a Cat Groomer Special for smaller trails/floating bridge etc. & a Potato Digger Voyageur to do just what PBR does

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10 hours ago, Muskoka1 said:

We have 2-a Cat Groomer Special for smaller trails/floating bridge etc. & a Potato Digger Voyageur to do just what PBR does

:right_on:

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I'm guessing that the "club sled" is a wide track with a hitch?

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1 hour ago, Ox said:

I'm guessing that the "club sled" is a wide track with a hitch?

Both are-Cat is the Groomer Special model from a few years ago-wide skis/winch on front/hitch on back to pull 4' drag!

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It is not unusual for a club to "ask"  riders to pack the trails as well......not usually an open invitation, but it is done. 

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On 12/4/2020 at 2:29 PM, stoney said:

It is not unusual for a club to "ask"  riders to pack the trails as well......not usually an open invitation, but it is done. 

we were asked several times, in multiple areas in algoma/superior north areas. always enjoyed helping, early brushing, signing, and reporting to the club what to expect. Ski

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