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Everything posted by NSHM

  1. Long track, 4 stroke, aggressive gets my vote.
  2. How much did you end up with there?My friend said 18" in Island Pond VT.Go get it!! Up to 26" now and still snowing at 8:30 a.m.
  3. Finding fresh groomed trails is a problem we all should have!
  4. Maybe the secondary was adjusted to the old worn belt and the newer replacement was then sitting too high not allowing shift out.
  5. Amazing how fast all the snow is disappearing.
  6. They don't like to groom when it is above freezing.It just makes a mess of the trails.Looking at the forecast I would bet they will be out tonight.
  7. Wow..Sledders have run into many things, but he may be the only one in the world that can say he t-boned a Black Hawk. I'm sure he would rather be saying he almost hit one.I hope he has a speedy and complete recovery.
  8. Looks like just a wrap.Fake news imo.
  9. Sometimes zeros matter.You got 3 extra for now.LOL
  10. what was the reason for the change?How many miles were on it?
  11. 1.)That's why you always need to ride with at least one buddy who is slower than you. 2.)Chances are a single wolf is not going to take on a pack of helmet wearing aliens unless it is rabid. 3.)If it is,refer back to #1😉
  12. My condolences,may your memory's keep you strong and help you thru this.
  13. Sounds like some big drifts are in your near future!
  14. This needs to be asked... Does anybody know what the ferry crossing will be like in 2 weeks??
  15. You could be the first to do it on all groomed trails!Enjoy!
  16. Don't you just hate having your own private trail network!!😅
  17. They have a shuttle service..... pick you up at Bernieres and drop you off in St Foy at the Colibri. No black trail!!
  18. 3 crossings, 2 by ferry (Tadoussac,then either Baie Comeau or Godbout )and one by trailer in Quebec, either to start the trip or end it.
  19. Looks like they will be riding there in 2 weeks!
  20. Going to be a low snow year.That bee hive is close to the ground.