did you atleast ride around your home for a day or two this season ? everytime i went trailering i got the coments from others about the mud and dirt on my mudflap. we didn't even have enough snow to load the sleds without the dirt on the sleds. i live on 7 acres which 3 are lawn the rest is hay and even in low snow i never felt that my son would ruin his sled when he buzzed around the yard.
Yes i actually did Paul. One of the best rides I had this season was near my home in the maze.Awesome day, but I must say most of my miles are Cochrane miles this year.I too live on acreage (75) and had a hard time loading the sled up to the back of our dodge diesel truck.Last year the sled dropped down into the bed of the truck when loading.
Let's hope that next season everything freezes up early and we get a good amount of snow for all of southern Ontario. I'll still be planning a trip wayyyy up north. You can't be those wide open spaces and no weekend warriors to deal with.
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