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    Good job! 2/26/10 I miss the MUD!

    Today, still snowing and gloomy, riding was really slow. Quads made a path that could be ridden except it isn't wide enough to allow room for pedaling. Feet were always hucking snow for miles becoming quite a chore!

    The rest of the time was spent shoveling 3/4 of a mile of trail. That was great to ride, but almost didn't happen, as finding the shovel I hid yesterday was really buried... LOL

    Back to looking for a plowed or quad ridden road to ride tomorrow

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    We got over 18" of snow in NY this week. With another couple inches due tonight. It's gonna be a long spring.
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    You could borrow my snow blower and make a trail

    We have our roving reporter Ozzy outside to give his weather report.


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    I imagine Ozzy will have iceticles if he gets out in the deep stuff!

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    He's funny, when the snow has a hard crust he'll be walking across it, and when it gives way and he sinks in, he turns around and looks at me, I tell him, hey you got yourself out there, get yourself back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA
    Today, still snowing and gloomy, riding was really slow. Quads made a path that could be ridden except it isn't wide enough to allow room for pedaling. Feet were always hucking snow for miles becoming quite a chore!

    The rest of the time was spent shoveling 3/4 of a mile of trail. That was great to ride, but almost didn't happen, as finding the shovel I hid yesterday was really buried... LOL

    Back to looking for a plowed or quad ridden road to ride tomorrow

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    And I thought me and my buddy were the only people dumb enough to go out and try to shovel a trail off!!!!!

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