i like it when i hear long term weather forecasts like that because sometimes you have to figure just how smart one is and when that person starts yipping one way or the other about the weather a year from now then i know i don't have to figure anymore.
I managed to get 770 miles in mostly poor conditions as well. Save your pennies and head farther north if the snow doesn't come. I sure wish I'd prepared for the snow that's hit the UP this past couple of weeks. What a spring break that would be!
I feel sorry for you guy's that didn't get much snow, but up in northern ontario our winter did start off a little slow, but now we are still riding awsome trails. I have 2 sleds, and combined I've put 7500 km's. And still have a long way to go. Trail systems have closed south of us so they have loaned us a groomer. We need it with so many tourists in our area our trails need it.
I dont think there will be a El Nino winter next year. If there is, from what I remember the last El Nino was a better winter than this one. So, it can only get better. Lets all just hope that we get a good winter next year. This one was terrible. I only put about 420 miles on my sled.
Just means there is more of ya to love.Besides snowmobiling is one of the few sports you dont want to be a lightweight for, if ya have a couple of xtra pounds I've noticed I can throw my sled through the corners a little better.Permafrost says the same thing happens to him.LOL
I'm not that fat just a little pudgy which is better fer cuddling says the wife.I figure 80% of the guys that sled are in the 200lb plus club anyways but my slim 235lb is no where near some of the big fellers in these forums
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