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  1. Hello Alain, I very well understand Kristine’s feet being cold. I have sat behind three Skidoo GT’s so I know how cold her feet could be. May I recommend electric socks? I have been using electric gloves and socks for 20 years ( thanks to my wonderful hubby). I could not be without those when we are riding.😁😁 Thanks for the pictures and videos. Have a safe ride ! Gemma
  2. Thank you for taking us along for the ride. I have to admit I am jealous! GTRIDER and I normally would have been there for our annual trip . Glad that you did not get hurt and happy that you are enjoying this sport with your beloved the same way I enjoy this sport with mine.
  3. Looks familiar 😁 Stuck, off trail somewhere/anywhere ?
  4. The second picture is on TQ 3 on the North shore by Longue Pointe de Mingan?
  5. First picture. I recognized right away La Pocatiere, Green Trail right off TQ5 east heading to RDL. Remembered it well because it was so cold going through the open fields. That odd looking solitary mountain also gave it away.
  6. La Bannik......... Best bread ever, Fluffy bathrobe ( I wanted to take it home but could not fit it anywhere in the sled😄), Hot fresh made cappuccino ( ask GT Rider how good it was😂), scrumptious dinner , beautiful cabin with hot tub overlooking the lake. One of the nicest place we ever stayed at. One of my best memories with my wonderful husband!
  7. I consulted with GTRider , he says Kanawata.
  8. You got it! It is the the Bistro Saint Zenon.
  9. This picture IS a POSTCARD!!! Breathtaking!!!
  10. Best chocolate mousse EVER!!!! Yummy 😋
  11. Do you think Mini Gutz will lend it to me?This is probably the only snowmobile Jim is going to let me drive🤣🤣🤣
  12. The Pfizer/Moderna vaccines have the messenger genetic materials that encodes for the COVID spike protein. When vaccinated , our cells will release just the spike protein which will then stimulate our immune system to form antibodies to the Covid spike protein. What this does is if our body gets exposed to Covid-19, it will quickly recognize the spike protein and destroy it before it can make us sick. There is no possibility of getting Covid-19 from the vaccine. What we still do not know is how long the immunity lasts once we get the vaccine and is it going to help prevent transmission to others. What we know is the COVID-19 vaccine helps the body fight the coronavirus if infected. So.....Draw your own conclusions.
  13. Valga Oops, I did not realize someone got it right already. Oh well.......