Fastcat let me call in for you.Ill send your boss some cupcakes.They are getting a little stale by now.We just ate a scooby cake.I will tell your boss that you are extremely ill and the only cure is 1000km on a sled with some buds
I just got back from Kilarney park area( lively, lake panache)
on Sunday March 3, we almost got snowed in this morning.
They were calling for 50 cm last night , we got between 30-40 last night . There were trucks stuck all ovet the parking lot this morning.
Carefull on the lakes if you go, they are slushy
Looks like that snowmobile is the ONLY way to get around! Man, what an AWESOME problem to have!!
Now to make the SEVERELY snow deprived mad. There was snow on the ground around my house when I got back into town last night, and the temps were in the low 20's. Not enough to ride in, but snow nonetheless.
The owner of the lodge that we stay at said he had to crawl thru the top of the door to get out of his lodge yesterday morning. Is it possible to have too much of a good thing??? He said drifts range in the 10'-12' on the trails and against banks and buildings. The lakes have 2' of fresh snow with 2' of slush underneath. He said that even his widetrack won't go in the stuff. All of this would make for slow and sweaty riding. I think I would still go though. I'm pretty desperate.
Oh, yeah. He is above North Bay near Moose Mountain.
How's this for all of you that don't have enough snow? Here's my back yard today, with this winters' snow that I snowblowed and my neighbour just shovelling off his roof. I hope we don't get much more snow this winter (nowhere to put it). We actually had a snowstorm Saturday night which caused the CSRA to cancel Sundays' snowcross races here in Timmins.
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