My mind never gets sick of it but my body does, after 3 days in a row my back and knees are shot and I need a few days rest.
JT-THIS IS THE WAY WE THINK IN THE GREAT STATE OF MICHIGAN.We are NOT kidding JT! :thumbsup:[/b]
Hey I understand Mark! If I am ever a family man I guess I know what is comingI love sledding dont get me wrong here but I feel sorry for people who have no other life in the winter besides power sledding. there is just so much more for me to do .I value the few weekends I do get up there but it isnt my entire life .So , as passionately as you feel about sledding Dave ,I feel about my family . like on the rtyp and I asked if you would limit your Sunday morning ride to noon, it was so I could make the drive home in time to see my family before bed. too bad we were too late. and on the pole barn trip when I left on monday and you were calling me a "fool" for leaving those great conditions to watch Haleigh and Hamilton in a band concert .You called me an "idiot" for even having a sled as I couldnt go as much as you. the reason I couldn`t make any more trips this year is because I`m taking my "family" to Maine this summer to see our kin. but I guess you wouldn`t understand . Mark[/b]
You pin point everything I write snow4! I guess Snofrog took this thread to seriously! Sorry if you did buddy! This is suppose to be for fun to ya know?Can I just add another 2 cents in here? lol [attachment=34476:25.gif]
I believe Dave's original question was how long would we " LIKE" to ride for? We all know that we can't ride forever and ever due to work, family, mechanical issues or whatever it may be.
I understand Dave's passion for ths sport because I have it too ! I'm lucky enough to have a husband who loves it that much as well.
I read Dave's question to be a hypothetical one because the reality is we can't ride as much as we would like too. ( at least WE can't anyway), but it doesn't change the fact that I would like to ride more than I doo.[attachment=34477:23.gif]