I HEARD ABOUT THAT!! I live in Portland, Maine, they say the temps MIGHT be cold enough for snow the whole time, but where I live (the coast) which sux, I hate the coast, dont ever live near it, will probably get a mix of snow, sleet, rain....... But my sled is just about down, and ready to go riding! Ill trailer if i have to!
My fingers are crossed. I'm sure that where I ride in woodford will get plastered, but those trails aren't open until after hunting season, so they do me no good. I'm hoping to at least get enough that I can ride in the field near my house.
you cant get any closer to the coast than i am..I am on an Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.. last night we got about 6 inches of the white stuff but It has changed to rain and is now raining very hard with the wind south east at about 35-40 mph.. :angry: too miserable to even take the sled out for a little run. :nervous:
Hopefully I'll get the sled in the field tonight. We've got 4" or 5" of that super-wet sleet slop crap that froze, and last night another 4" of powder over it. I should be able to ride without chewing up the lawns now. :hallo1:
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