Je me souviens

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  • Birthday 12/17/1980

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  1. Get a spare tire mounted on a rim, pretty easy to have a blowout that a plug wont touch
  2. Start at the FQCQ website, download iquad. Keep in mind the groomer shows you where to go in the winter, the summer roads can be a little more difficult to navigate. The city of LaTuque has some proposed layouts that are nice. You can check the motorized sports link there. We just got back from a 2 day trip last weekend. Still quite a bit of snow on the Lepine road. I try to avoid the little trails near the towns. As previously mentioned, the trail is usually pretty rough. I stick to the roads further north.
  3. Pretty serious adventure. Johnny definitely looks ready...lol Thanks for sharing
  4. Excellent plan. Glad you brought this to our attention.
  5. Your trucks were still there when we left Mattawin. Nice collection on stickers on the back of the Triton. Have fun on the north slope.
  6. Hi Jim, Another great ride report. You know it pretty serious when you wear out a winch...lol
  7. Gramps, Thanks for the great report and pics. The 3rd picture of the sunset is awesome. The rest are great, but that one is really something, some times you just hit it right. For years I have been waiting to add the pic of the belvedere in Mont St. Pierre, here's what I saw last March. What a bummer.
  8. The rock wall is in a church that has been repurposed into a community center in the the town of St. Stanislas, between Milot and Girardville. The place is called restaurant au Clocher. http://st-stanislas.com/restaurant
  9. A few additional trip notes: The new polaris indy 850 really hugs the trail, as a die hard Skidoo man it pains me to admit it The owner of the faillon took his leaf blower to all the sleds in the yard so all guests started on a clean sled in the morning, never had that experience before, it was nice to not have to deal with the powder on everything 1st thing in the AM Breakfast at Montagner and Vilain does not start until 8, we deferred to the local snack bar so we could get an earlier start in ASJ. At vilain they sent us to our cabin with all the necessities to make ourselves an early breakfast in our cabin Gas was 1.29/L at the mill, and 2.00/L in Desmaraisville You can find gas at Lac Eden, head right around the lake and stop at the log cabin with the red tin roof. They leave the radio on in the heated garage at the Nordic, like cows in the barn, the sleds were happy in the morning Mario gets a little testy if you want to eat after 7 but Celine's jokes make up for it. Getting from the bottom of M19 back to St. Raymond is a PIA