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  2. I don’t recall seeing one in my inbox, could you let me know if I’m up to date or need to be.
  3. I think our work crew looks forward to me going north as much as I do!
  4. Damn. Wish I could do this. Stupid work gets in the way.
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  6. "Sat phones come in handy when you need to order a pizza or whatever!" mmmmmmm, Pizza!! BonJour... Est-ce-que vous livrez? Où, entre le chantier à bois et Chibougamau. Prénom.. GutZ
  7. Membership has always been cheap, like $100 per year for an individual, and they recently started offering shorter-term subscriptions. They don't just send a heli if you have a belly-ache, they may dispatch ground rescue depending on severity & accessibility. Sat phones come in handy when you need to order a pizza or whatever!
  8. 25k if they are called out. GutZ
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  10. How does this service work? Thry only respond if you've purchased? Or you get a stupid big bill if they respond if you hadn't purchased the service originally?
  11. bonsoir !!! talked with a friend today on my way back from work at the grocery... he works on the duniere reserve....east of here.....still drifts 3 -5 ' high !!! duniere reserve border park matane and block faribault....faribault camp... jean-guy
  12. Someone who's Quebecois fluent should invite these guys to be a QR sponsor (I'm sorry I'm not)! Looks like they've added 3 bringing the fleet to 9... From: <> Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:34 PM Subject: Airmedic se dote d’hélicoptères Airbus parmi les plus performants au monde ! Airmedic agrandit sa flotte Leader dans le transport médical aérien, Airmedic poursuit sa croissance avec l’acquisition de trois nouveaux hélicoptères EC145e® à la fine pointe de la technologie. L’entreprise mise sur l’expertise du géant mondial Airbus et le savoir-faire de Metro Aviation, chargé notamment de la configuration intérieure d’aéronefs destinés aux services médicaux d’urgence. L’investissement de près de 30 M$ permettra avant tout à Airmedic de déployer les appareils les plus performants au monde pour sauver toujours plus de vies, partout au Québec. Airmedic a choisi avec soin les hélicoptères EC145e® qui porteront à neuf le nombre total d’aéronefs entièrement dédiés aux services médicaux d’urgence que détient Airmedic. Clairement adaptés aux réalités du Québec, ces appareils se démarquent notamment par leur grande autonomie qui permet de parcourir une plus longue distance sans ravitaillement, réduisant d’autant les délais d’intervention. Ils sont reconnus pour leur sécurité et l’espace accru de la cabine ayant la capacité de transporter deux patients à la fois et qui peut accueillir jusqu’à quatre passagers et ainsi permettre au personnel médical d’offrir des soins de grande qualité. « Nous avons toujours eu le souci de définir les standards de notre industrie, de bâtir une culture d’excellence et de capitaliser sur les équipements et les technologies les plus avancées. Aujourd’hui, nous bonifions une flotte d’aéronefs déjà ultraperformante avec ce qui se fait de mieux sur la planètepour offrir une meilleure couverture du territoire, une répartition encore plus stratégique et un service rehaussé à nos clients », de commenter Sophie Larochelle, vice‑présidente exécutive d’Airmedic. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Contact
  13. He is a good one to follow! I can attest to that
  14. We are postponing it for a little bit. The weather has not been cooperating, but we will be up there after the black fly season there slows down. Thank you for all the information you gave me. When are you heading back up?
  15. Triggerhappy how did you do on your ride, or did you not go yet? When I called late last week, they said the black flies had just started in the metropolis.
  16. Where ever he is going, I'm following!
  17. You going for a ride or to the electric chair ??
  18. hi smclelan !!! about time...few mosquitoes...oldest brother went with one of my b i l today ,at the 17 miles on logging rd...on a side road...still snow for 30' !!!...ahhaa mt albert no much snow left blanc still some.. back from looking at the moon ..up the road for ste marguerite !!! jean-guy
  19. Looking good Buddy. Things are greening up in the Gaspesie.
  20. bonjour !!! came back last night.....cut the grass for the first time friday !!! 1 moose yesterday morning !!! jean-guy
  21. Earlier
  22. bonjour artsled !!! merci ....back from camp ...even if sunny ...windy and cold....-2c at 5 30 am yesterday still no mosquitoes !!!😛 5 moose ....still lots of snow mt logan area !!! jean-guy
  23. Great pics Jean ! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
  24. ¤ Tourtière! ¤ Guedille au Homard! ¤ Gross Poutine extra Fromage!
  25. My group tends to like miles and we usually ride around 150-200 miles a day. Be mindful of your range and plan accordingly. I get about 75-80 miles per 2.9 gallon tank of fuel, riding at 60mph. Me current setup has a 1.5 gal fuel can mount
  26. Another vote for Ski Doo absolute zero
  27. I would guess depending on the trails you ride up there that 150 miles would be a pretty good average day ride. I haven't ridden it yet either, but those I have talked to say if riding pretty open trails that they have ridden 200 miles in a day. depends on the trails and obviously what you are looking to do (sight seeing, push from town to town etc..)
  28. What kind of mileage are you guys riding on a typical ATV trip in a day? Been looking at maybe trying a trip north of Saint Anne du Lac. Just curious is 130 km a reasonable day? Comparable to maybe a 300 km day on the sleds?
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