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Well the whole thing happened so fast that its sort of a blur right now. Around wednesday last week I noticed like everyone else that there would be a warm up coming this week and any good powder riding might be coming to an end. We went back and forth on wether or not to go up riding for the second long weekend in a row but after finding out the the motel that we like to stay at in Seney had a cancellation the trip was on !!! I did tell Sledheaddude800 of our plans and he was going to attempt the trip but got bogged down at work Friday night and tried to bail. Anyways after some ribbing and threats of big powder pics without him in them he changed his mind (sorry Budda :blush: ) making it to my place late Friday night :cool: . We left my place at around 5am Sat and was riding around 10:30-11am.
Conditions where everything that we had hoped and much more. Appox 1-2 feet of fresh powder had fallen since our previous trip (RTYP trip) to the area last weekend. Many area that I like to play where almost unpassable and we where stuck multiple times just 5 miles north of Seney. The powder was so light and fluffy that it was impossible to go anywhere without the snow flying over the windshield and all you could do was shake your head in disbelief at the conditions that we hadn't seen since 04. The official word of the trip was "cake" as that was what it felt like we where riding through. :tongue:
Here is a vid and a few pics of the adventure :thumbsup:
Sorry about the title SnoFrog :lookaround:


The Vid, taken within the first hour of our trip.
 

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Here are some of my pics, we all know that Sledhead likes to slip a few in as well :wink:

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After a little coaxing I finally got Sledhead to cross this makeshift bridge. After the crossing I looked underneath only to find that it was only supported by a falled birch tree :eek:hmy:
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Some more
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I think Renegademike and I tired "the Dude" out. :tongue:
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Looks like it was a blast jason. SNow4 and I are heading up mon am for a wk to yooper land . Weather man saying SNOW all wk now :thumbsup:

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AWESOME :cool:
 

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Nice ! and in the words of Dave.........."THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT"


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Here are some of my pics, we all know that Sledhead likes to slip a few in as well :wink:[/b]
This has to be thus far one of the BEST Snow decisions I have ever made! I will
never doubt The Man Behind the MASK...JasonF. ever again! Good call on this one
buddy. You can never get enough of this true U.P. Pow Pow!!!
Here are some pics I tooK!!! :thumbsup: -Dave


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: That bridge looks familar... :crazy:

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Well aint that funny :tongue:

Heres a pic of another bridge crossing, this one supported by a few rotted telephone poles but in much better shape than the first.
 

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Here are some of my pics, we all know that Sledhead likes to slip a few in as well :wink:

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After a little coaxing I finally got Sledhead to cross this makeshift bridge. After the crossing I looked underneath only to find that it was only supported by a falled birch tree :eek:hmy:
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What, no pics of the "Hotdog Stand!" :tongue:
 

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What, no pics of the "Hotdog Stand!" :tongue:[/b]
We might have boondocked it that far had I not fallen in a creek up to my neck :blush: No pics of that one sorry, thankfully
 

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:thumbsup: Dave was lucky to get off with $30, those were the best hot dogs ever w00t Even better than the dogs from Tiger stadium :wink: Thanks again for the RTYP trip and dogs w00t That was the most fun I think I have ever had sledding......word for this winter...BOONDOCKING :D
 
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