Shore1066

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About Shore1066

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    Shore1066
  • Birthday 01/16/1951

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    Thousand Island Snowmobile Club Inc. /75

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    Clayton Ny
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    Riding my snowmobile, Relaxing and working on our cabin on Grindstone Is. in the middle of the St. Lawerence River, Little boating now and then, spending time with family, mainly grand kids, going to Quebec for 10 days a year in the winter.
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    Ski doo

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  1. First I don't eat bats. I think there isn't any meat on them. Second as someone said this is political. The government is paying for the vaccine and the politicians own the company that makes the vaccine. Third they are trying to control our lives a little bit at a time. I truly believe we are in for a tuff road to stop this. Fourth I just hope it doesn't take our snowmobiling away from us. After many years of riding in Quebec it just isn't fun to ride across a field or through the woods on just plain snow. I like groomed trails. Am I spoiled, maybe, but I pay for it with a smile on my face. Everyone be safe and stay healthy.
  2. Mike are you making plans to ride in the same area as last year. Do you feel that there maybe still a problem with the border. I'm just asking because I was stubborn and didn't ride anywhere last year. If not Quebec I'm thinking the upper peninsula or Maine. I do have friends that ride the lake placid area. It's such a chame that this virus is controlling so much in all of our lives.
  3. We orders renegade adrenalines with 850 motors.
  4. We have, as in my son and I, have rode Renegade Adrenaline stock sleds since 2015. We do put on extras as in mirrors, GPS and studding our selves. We only ride in quebec and the trails in our opinion for us they do just what we need. Plus usually we ride 10 days in early Feb and 5 days in March. My son lives in NC so it's a little hard for him. I live in NY and have a older son who makes a trip too that I catch up to. Never had a problem so it works for us.
  5. Well I got a call today. Our September delivery date sleds turned in to June delivery sleds. Makes me wonder what the serial numbers will be. Oh well its still exciting.
  6. I sure hope it is near the end too. I did read one medical person said that a large percentage of people have a natural defense in their system against the virus. I also read that the hot weather helps stop getting it but if that's true it's pretty hot in India so that idea doesn't hold water. I just want to ride my new snowmobile .
  7. I got both shots and never had a problem. My older brother got a terrible rash on his whole body. My other brother lost all his energy. I guess everyone is different. I do think it may be different in northern Quebec than near the big cities, Montreal, Quebec city, as in the north might not be monitored as much as the cities and they may be a little more lacks. Maybe not too.
  8. That will be a truly exciting experience. More power than you will need but great to have.
  9. How about a wind mill mounted to the front bumper.
  10. What about the smell of a 2 stroker burning Koltz oil.
  11. Where I work the new Bobcat electric lawn mowers came in. No belts. Each moving component has its own motor. Good for 6 hour's of mowing on a charge. It really just hums when the mowers are engaged. They have sold them all that have came in. The 72 inch goes for 35 thousand plus. I told them I would demo them anytime. Should be interesting.
  12. I'm glad to read others reactions to this guys riding. He is why I like riding in Quebec where most do respect the trails and other riders. I hope more people respond to how crazy this video is on the way he is riding. Everyone has had close encounters with other sleds but meeting him on a trail would be a lot more than a close encounter.
  13. Same here Jack only I didn't have a new sled sitting in my trailer. My kid did come home and rode about 200 miles around here. Not the same as Quebec. Call us spoiled but that's the way it is. Now I may need some support next year on how to have a brand new sled in the trailer and can't ride it if the border doesn't open up. We have new 850 renegades coming. Have a great summer.
  14. Get better soon Bill. When you ride as many miles as he has odds are a little crash in order. We should all think about that. See you next year Bill. A friend always George
  15. Yes, truck driving. They get though the southern border in trucks. I think I could get 10 sleds and a enclosed area big enough for 10 men. We had a large loader bucket come over and the driver told me he barely stopped. What about custom agents. Government should be saving money because they should be laid off. RIGHT.