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    NY Ice Redux

    Back on dirt now but here's another couple of ice pics...
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    Riding under NY55 was always a trip, this year the beavers and thaw left it unrideable. The older looking pics are~ I resnapped them on my digi.
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    That tunnel looks like it has quite a drop off.........

    in the 2nd picture of the tunnel! Looks like it was a good time, one heck of a bonfire too!
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    That pic's to show how its changed this year. A few years ago I chased a beaver back to his den, I was above he was below the ice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedaler845
    That pic's to show how its changed this year. A few years ago I chased a beaver back to his den, I was above he was below the ice.
    zo glad i live in ze tropikz.....

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    another showing Grip....
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    I never get tired of seeing those ice pictures. How thick is the ice?? We don't get that sort of thing here so It's new to me.

    Great shots!
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    This year the ice was 3" more or less I'd guess. Falling through wouldnt be an easy drowning in most places as its "mostly" shallow!
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