This was the worst winter ive ever had. but you know what the funny thing is, is that I originally in April of 01 ordered an 02 RMK vertical edge 700, and in september it turned out i couldnt afford it, i got PISSED, so i started selling my bike parts and stuff, and i eventually got enough money to get an 01 MX Z 600, which i havent had to much luck with, but i guess it all worked out for the better, #### having an RMK this season in Maine would have SUCKED BAD.
Grand Rapids area had a record year of just over 100" !!!
It sure as heck didn't seem like it though. We got dumped on the end of December, begining of January, but it all melted, got dumped on again and it melted....etc.
How can you have a record year and still feel like it was one of the worst winters for snow???
It was just too #### warm. Hopefully this winter will be a little colder so the stuff sticks around.
In Apsley we got dumped on between Christmas & New Years, about 16" Then after that at the most we had on the ground was a foot. When we needed snow all we seemed to get was rain. If February all the snowfall was "flurries", just enough to cover the driveway
I'm in the same boat as 02MXZ600 and Screamer. But we got a dusting of snow last night. Christmas city, wonderful city, all dressed up in snow and mistle toe...
I'm going riding tonight! Wait, no I'm not!
Just got back from the cabin. Spent the last two days there. Snowmobiled out to the cabin. played around for two days and snowmobiled back. That shud be just about the end of our season. Lots of ice still on the lakes, guys are still driving trucks out there, but snow is just in the bays. Been a great season in Northern Saskatchewan. to bad it has to come to an end. Oh well, will get the boat out in a couple of weeks
To add to my previous posting. Have not put the machines away just yet. Bunch of us went for a little ride yesterday. Had to trailer over to the lake but that was only a few hundred yards, as La Ronge is on the shore of Lac La Ronge, an area 40 miles by 60 miles, with lots of islands. We put about 50 miles on cruising the shore line. Lovely way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Eventually all good things must come to an end and snowmobiling will end here soon for another year.
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