Je me souviens

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    Have fun, be safe, and ride right
  • Birthday 12/17/1980

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  1. Yes that is Wayne’s new place. He treats us well. He said spring snow check was crazy this year.
  2. Funny, that’s my dealer in Malone. I thought I recognized the parking lot.
  3. I understand the frustration of a petty offense ending with a money grab fine, but if you can afford an $18k sled you can obviously afford a $200 ticket. Pay it and stop whining. Lesson learned, don’t ride in Pittsburg. There was a local cop in island pond VT that used to do the same thing. Write a ticket for something everybody did while coming into town to spend money locally on tourism. Foolish I know but it worked for him. In the end the long arm of the law will always win, right or wrong.
  4. Hi Mike, sweet wrap. 3 hours from Stanstead would put you in St Raymond. The place to stay is the Roquemont. I consider it safe. From there you could go to L’Etape and back one day. La Tuque and back the next day. Day 3 would be your choice. I know you said basecamp for the first time, but if you felt like it you could go to the Saguenay day one and base camp 2 days there. It’s 180 miles from the Roquemont to the Saguenay region straight up 23. Plenty of options to stay up there. Most use the Delta. George
  5. If you leave the stackable can in your trailer all summer it expands and you can squeeze in an extra half gallon...😂
  6. Agreed. Don’t make it the juiciest target is step 1
  7. Locks are for honest people. Have you ever seen a pair of bolt cutters in action? I lost a key a few weeks ago. I scared myself how easily the lock cut. It was like a hot knife going through butter. Much quicker and considerably quieter than a grinder/ hacksaw
  8. Great. Let them think that. Less traffic on the trails for us. I mean it sucks yes. After 2 or 3 seasons I would let them take my sled. Dump the high mileage sled get the insurance and buy a new one. Voila... back in St. Donut the next week driving a new XRS looking to cruise across Lac Archambault.
  9. More info needed on the second part of the post women... did you get a rental for the day and another rental for the night too? Lol
  10. You must live in a different NY than I do.
  11. How convenient, no ID. Based on the rest of the story sounds like he probably wouldn’t have given his ID even if he had it. Riding someone else’s sled, he probably has no insurance of his own. I always thought it would be a shit show trailside either way. The most important thing is your buddy is not hurt. The rest is just cash. You can usually make more of that. Limbs are harder to grow.
  12. My buddy mentioned all the scratches on the right side of my sled. I told him that’s how I try to stay alive as the lead dog in Quebec. Ride right again “criss de con”. I hope no one was hurt. And if he was not hurt I hope he told him what a fucking moron he is to be that far over. Looks like a right hand corner for team yellow. Not even a left. No excuse for that shit
  13. No bueno another hero on a long track still not sure people really need a backcountry in the east been said here many times. around letape, in the chics chocs, and way up north maybe. The rest of the time they have to try hard to find a place to use the long track and the pics above are the results. Sometimes I swear they go off trail right next to the “rester dans le sentier” sign to show us they can do as they please. In french they say “criss de cons” the only time I like seeing it off trail under the “mount laurier to La Tuque line” is when they find the hidden stump or boulder... game over moron.
  14. How does that new xrs handle
  15. Agreed. Pretty serious rig. Imagine how much that set up costs... I thought a flat bed ride alone would be about $1k if it was far enough, add the fact that they come directly to you with the tracked rig. Holy shit... does CAA cover that bill?