Sled Dog

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Sled Dog last won the day on May 11 2017

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    Club Les Ours Blancs inc., BCSP, Cato Trail Blazers

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    Cato, NY
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    Booze, drugs, woman. Just a little partying...
  • Snowmobile
    2018 Renegade 850X

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  1. Just over 1300 miles here in Central NY. 3/4's right from my house, which is nice. Went to Tug Hill a couple times, trails were amazing there. Overall they were all pretty good! A month of cold does a lot of good! Sucks not going to Quebec this year but being able to leave from your house after work to get some dinner with friends was pretty nice too!
  2. Give him our best! I bruised my ribs playing rugby...can't imagine breaking them...
  3. But at least we are getting some snow and cold at least! Solid 75 miles on my new sled!
  4. Has to be the same...although I don't remember the church being that nice! Trail was very close to it though. I was riding a 2007 Vector so it was a little bit ago!
  5. Is that the church we went to do you think? I don't remember how long we on the road. The trail ended up not being far from the church. I can remember seeing the trail and thinking, "this is gonna be a long day!" Then, in the distance we see sled headlights. We waited and then a orange Crossfire with a bunch of other riders appears. The guy on the Crossfire busts through the bank, stops, opens his shield and yells, "Vive la Canada!!!" It was awesome!!
  6. OMG its so weird that you posted this picture because I remember this exact spot!! Our first trip to Gaspe it snowed. And snowed. We were following single tracks in the morning. When we got to this, we went straight. It looked as if no one had groomed at all the trail to left. So we went straight. Up the hill on right was a shack of some sort where we were told this was not the direction we wanted. Others sledders starting to do same thing we did. Went back, got on a road, ended up in a old church of some kind that had food. Ate and at this point others had been through and told us which direction to go. Next trip to Gaspe we stopped at this point and it looked like this picture. It was amazing the snow and how it changed the landscape!!! Thanks for posting Groomer!
  7. La redemption in Gaspesie. We lucked out on a great day to see them.
  8. What I thought...only one I've guessed! I've been to a lot of these places but it all seems to blend together! Wonder how that place is doing...thought the owner was an older gentleman. His grandson or something like that was helping him with it? This was a couple years ago. Neat place. These pics are really making me miss Quebec this year!! But keep them coming!
  9. And dealer here in Upstate NY just called. My 900T Renegade X is in!!!
  10. Some leaves already seem to be falling her in upstate NY! I have a 900T on the way also! Not getting my hopes up about a Quebec trip this year though. Is what it is!
  11. Totally agree with this! At my work, a large brewery, people in my department started feeling ill to the point we all socially distanced ourselves. Half of my department went home early. This NEVER happens. The next day, massive call-ins. It went through the entire place like wildfire. I was leaving for my Quebec trip that Sunday and getting sick was the last thing I wanted! Anyways, lots of people had the same symptoms as COVID-19. Some tested positive for the flu, some did not. I was one of the few that did not get sick....so I'm either immune or just waiting my turn! I'd go with the latter, I'm not that lucky!
  12. I spring checked a 900T. Was happy with what they gave me for trade-in. All the accessories on my 850 will fit my 900T. I justified it by realizing I had my 2012 1200 for 18,000 miles. Can't get that from a 2 stroke. Or maybe you can but I wouldn't feel comfortable taking it to Quebec on a 1000 mile trip! I work in the Beer industry and the brewery is running hard right now. Hopefully it stays that way. I feel very fortunate to still be working. I just hope the cure for this isn't worse than the actual disease...