Out of the pump, it's about 90 cents/litre for 87 octane. The cardlock sells 91 octane for about 80 cents. I have a 225 litre sliptank that the bulk dealer fills with 92 octane for 70 to 75 cents/litre. That much fuel doesn't last me that long (2 sleds), but the dealer is very good about delivering on short notice.
I dunno Paul. It took me moving to a place where winter barely thinks about paying a visit to realize just how much I liked the season. With the A/C already on down here, I sure wouldn't mind a couple of feet of snow right about now.
poor old wolfman with a sled in texas, he must get the ribbing that my wife gets here in ontario. she has horses and i am constently whooping at her that if she had a sled atleast when she shuts the key off the money stops unlike the hay burners that never quit burning the bank.
Surprisingly, nothing. Not many people around here know that I have it, and the few that do, know that it came down when I lost my storage in Denver. I got quite a bit of ribbing when I took my YNP trip though. Everybody down here whined about how cold it is up in the mountains, and couldn't understand WHY I would ever want to go up there.
To these people, 50 degree weather is time to don the heavy jackets. I'm still running around in short sleeved shirts and taking nightly walks without a jacket.
Lawn? Is that one of them green carpety looking things around your house?? Haven't seen mine in a long time.
Looks like it may all be coming to an end. Sunny and well above freezing all of this week. It was a heckuva run though, usually we only get about 4 months of sledding. The normals for this date are around 13 C, so this is really unusual.
Zog.....What are you trying to do, get everyone to move up north? This is just a guess....You ride an MXZ 700, and it's probably black. You sound like the type of person that would add a few mods to that sled as well. Snowmobiling in May......oh sure!! What are you going to tell us next..you ate homemade Deer Sausage yesterday?
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