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NHTOM last won the day on November 5 2018

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  1. Hes a big boy. Know any WWF wrestlers?
  2. Well maybe today the number of casual US riders is so small that this wont make a big difference. But like manditory passports reduced US ridership, this will again reduce US sledder numbers riding in QC. No fault of anyone here, just the way it is.....
  3. Is this still true? A lot of Americans are in the habit of just getting day and week passes at the Hotels when they show up. I did this for years when I worked for a living, and had no free time.
  4. Yes, hes everywhere. Sadly everywhere but on this forum..........................😢
  5. In late February , on a friday, we rode from Saguenney back down 83. 83 was perfect. Got down to 3 west, and it was almost immediatly bumpy. Had lunch at the 1st relay. The name of which escapes me, buts its one cabin like big room with 6mil poly all over the rafters to stop leaks I guess, but fast service and great chow. There were lots of sleds there and from that point on 3 was a bounce fest for the next 50 miles, until we got close to St anne-de-beaupre, and a new club tookover. Gotta say, over the years, the section east of St Anne de beaupre, until about 10 miles south of the 83-3 split, is rarely good and often bad. And the Pig farm smells around Clermont just add to the ambiance
  6. I must not be keeping up with the latest technology. Carbides?.......they look like nuns for a Rev.
  7. Amen to that. Bill told me in February that he wasnt on because the Delta wasnt an advertiser, and he stays there,... something to that effect. Still makes no sense, Why would he care? I know his last post was about his on board fire extinguisher, a couple of folks replied and i dont think he liked the replys. That was Last year... Ice took exception to a reply someone gave him on his trip in early February and he replyed back. His reply was removed and I guess that was enough to cause him to go MIA. Its a real shame because we all go to this site for real time info from the serious riders who live there. Their knowledge, stories, advice is what made this site. I cant offer diddly from down here in Cow Hampshire about anything current up there. The reality is we are rewarded by Iceman, Bill and others being on here, They dont really get much back in return, so when they go, its Our loss.
  8. Looks like mid-winter up there still Groomer! Even the river is still tight.Great day to be a wind mill owner.
  9. Thanks for another another super report Alaine! I agree with you on liking the hard smooth trails. They're the best How many miles/kilometers do you typically ride in a season? Just curious.
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMixnGRrMjE Kennebec river Maine 1976
  11. I talked to Bill at the Delta last week. He says his non-reporting has something to do with him being at the Delta and theyre not a QR sponsor..... I still dont get it. Its not like you can get jail time for giving trail reports. And it looks like Iceman has left QR as well (Im still hoping not...). So, the 2 places I frequent the most, Shawinigan and Saguenne have no one with boots on the ground local reporting knowledge.😟
  12. Bill is the ultimate American promoter of Quebec sledding, especially in Saguenney lac st. Jean. Too bad he isnt on here anymore😟
  13. I know this is Icemans reporting page but as of yesterday, heres what I saw. From Shawinigan over to St. Raymond there is close to 4 feet of snow on the ground. Only in 2008 have I seen deeper snow there. Reggie and Pascal have a crew in today to clear the roof on the low units at the Drakkar. Unless it gets very warm, or a big rain, this area should run deep into March.
  14. I got Lasik in Montreal in 2002 for the same reason. I use to wear contacts when I rode, but some days when it was super cold I could actually feel them getting crunchy. Best medical outcome ever.
  15. Great idea. Thats always the weak point. Dont know if any folks on here saw todays temps. Its -18F at 1pm in St Michel, -14f at Shawinigan. Nasty cold. Today is one of those "test your helmet and shield" days that Im glad Im missing.