actionjack

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    garrett county snowdrifters

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    Westminster, Maryland
  • Snowmobile
    2017 SideWinder LTX LE Red

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  1. Did this actually open? Did anyone ride it? I don't see it on iMotoneige. The Saint Faustin connector is probably more important for the Saint Donat area anyway.
  2. Good to hear. Hope the trail connection actually gets realized.
  3. Thanks for the report. Great adventure. Gripping. Glad everyone survived.
  4. Congrats Bill. Please come back to posting reports.
  5. OK yeah agreed. Nice how out of the way Lac Carling is tho. Maybe worth a call for a fee to park.
  6. Hotel Lac Carling, Very close to Pine Hill. Secure parking, nice rooms, good dinner and good breakfast. They do not have trail passes. May be or used to be a site sponsor.
  7. Incredible story. Thank goodness no one was more hurt.
  8. I wear Klim Fusion gloves and they are good down to the coldest temps you want to ride in. But when it’s really cold and the trucks are the light at the end of the tunnel I have a pair of Quebec fur mittens buried in the depths of my gear bag. If it’s too cold for them, the trip will have to be extended while I get a message and the finest dinner within reach I have tried on Kilm Ultras and I bet they are worth a try, just too rich while I’m already riding around with $500 in gloves. Soon enough I’ll loose one of Fusions and buy the Ultras.
  9. I wasn't there, I was still riding in. I have no idea what Bernard had other than the cigs, but I assure you my buds drank all day while hanging out. When we came down the trail not only did we see our rigs safe and sound in the compound, but the limo the boys arranged to continue the party. Which we weren't frankly too enthused about.
  10. I sure miss Bernard. Thanks for the report. That’s part of my gang. 2 guys wouldn’t leave L’Etape after lunch because it was -40° so Bernard sent someone to pick them up. That was a cold ride that night. Hot pizza waiting for us at swanky motel Bon Air. They spent the whole next day drinking with Bernard while the rest of us rode in.
  11. One of my buddies brings his along. Can’t sleep without it.
  12. Click on trail and name of the club is displayed.
  13. Les 3 surfaceuses seront en opération ce soir afin de surfacer tout notre réseau de sentiers.
  14. I just had this problem with my Maine maps and I was able to load my Maine trail map package by dragging the maps on to the root directory of my Montana 600 (Reveal in Finder then drag a copy). The Map Install option does not appear in the BaseCamp 4.7 menu tree. I hope it’s a bug and not a “feature”. Garmin has needed some new human interface engineers for some time now.
  15. Holy Hijack Sorry Dude. The old way to do a panorama. I used to carry several disposable cameras with me on my trips. Saranac Lake was a memorable one. This taped together pano lives in the house to this day. My memory might be wrong but I always remember having to time the passing of those poles when another sled was not coming through. And counting them in my head. shwoosh 88 . . . swoosh 89 . . .