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    Hauling bridge materials (on snow)

    We've done this before using two guys on one end of a 24' long beam and one person in back guiding the other end on a sled. It worked well but was still grunt labor.

    I've been grooming for the last couple of winters with a Snowdog and put it to use last weekend hauling bridge stringers to a dilapidated bridge site. It worked killer and I wish I started a couple weeks ago so all the decking was also stockpiled.

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