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Overnight to 100 Lacs

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Left our camp in St Damien with two friends for an overnight trip to 100 Lacs on Friday. Encountered great trails all the way to Lac Repos. Gas and go. Then got on 33 all the way to 100 Lacs. Talk about a superhighway. Wide and fast 10/10. A real treat for us was seeing a cougar on the trail. It jumped off the trail and meandered slowly away so we got a real good look at it.

Got to poivorie 100 Lacs about 3:30, so we cleaned up and spent a pleasant afternoon at the bar/dining room. Needless to say they served a very good dinner of beef,roasted potatoes, and veggies.

Cannot say enough good about this place. Staff/Owners very anxious to please.

Got a good nights sleep, and up early for a hearty breakfast. Wanted to get on the trail early as they were calling for snow. As promised it started to snow just as we pulled out. Rode in light to medium snowfall pretty much all the way back to Lac Repos. Again gas and go. Then the snow let up for the rest of the trip.

Got to camp about 3:00. After that it started to snow a bit heavier. Got up Sunday and found that it had snowed about 8" to 10" overnight, and was still snowing. Needless to say we had a slow ride back to Vermont.

This was our last weekend of riding. We will go back up to camp next weekend to close it up and bring back all of our gear, and trailer and sleds. This was a great trip for our last weekend with great trails and a great Poirvoirie.

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I saw 3 last week up in Abitibi, first thought was same as Boomer's but pointy ears and short tail, brownish...could be a Bobcat?...but is was big!!

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I thought it was a Lynx at first also.But

1. It didn't have tufted ears

2. It was very large for a Lynx

3. It had a long tail

4. It's hind legs were all wrong. ( After looking at a mounted Lynx at 100 Lacs )

5. Owner at 100 Lacs said there were a lot of them around.

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Canadian Lynx are supposed to be a large lynx, compared to one's around here. It is definetly cool when you see a big cat.

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