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Old 02-20-2019, 08:13 AM
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Cool Fantastic snow; Brainerd Lakes area.

Best conditions in several years.

Groomers are out all over the area. Plenty of snow.
Crow Wing cty, Cass cty, Aitkin cty, northern Morrisson cty.

Nine (9) clubs in Cr. Wing county are currently grooming.
Its snowing right now as I type this.

Awesome.
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Still not enough to make me wanna ride there. :
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Old 02-23-2019, 08:34 AM
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Still not enough to make me wanna ride there. :
Yeah I know, too many liberal DemoRats here as well.

You're here every year for hot , dusty, humid , crowded Hay Days, so you should experience 22,000 miles of SNOWMOBILE trails from Iowa Border to Canadian border, and Dakotas borders to Wisconsin.

We have foot-hill type riding along Lake Superior to Canadian border.
Also steep hills & valleys along the Miss-i-pee-pee river, in S.E. MN.

MN has more registered snowmobiles than any other snow-state.
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I was up there riding a couple wednesdays ago. It was sweet, only ran into 8 sleds all day on the trail. Plus a friend of mine let me ride his 850 Axys......sweet machine
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Not so much the political landscape, as the flat landscape. :
See where those trees stop? That's called "Treeline".
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MN has more registered snowmobiles than any other snow-state.
But doo they all run ?
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But doo they all run ?
Sled registrations are for three years. At $130 /3 yr sticker , Yeah, if somebody pays the fee, they probably run.
I have 3 sleds moth-balled, 1973 Scorpion TK400, 1973 Sno-Jet SST-240 (yamaha engine.) 1st generation slide suspension , and 1995 Poo Indy 500 w/ M-10 suspension. Non-current reg.

My main sled is current reg. 2005 Cat T660 Turbo.
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Classic hoarder.. In a good way
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They are saying another 10 plus inches for us tomorrow.
I have 2 '68 wheel horses (one is a20" wide track) 4) '70-'73 Chaparrals, '73 puma. All run except 1 Chap. Tabs are not current on any
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Not so much the political landscape, as the flat landscape. :
See where those trees stop? That's called "Treeline".
We have tree lines too. Where bogs and swamps can't support trees, only brush.
Also where the beautiful dense forests ( and we have many) bump up against homesteads, or farm land, oats, barley, soy, wheat, potato's , corn, sweet cane, hay, yahda yahda.
Oh, forgot, timber wood, and pulp {Aspen / Popple} wood for our paperless society?

Over 360 lakes in my county. Crow Wing.
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