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Trails were mostly white, sparkled less than my engagement ring but still pretty. Muddy in some spots, didn’t get any on new snow pants though. Need to figure out how to bottle the exhaust smell of 2 stroke so women can wear it during snowmobile season to get their man’s attention. Groin area hurts from sitting in snowmobile position for so long. Don’t know how prostitutes can have their legs open like that for so long! I drove the sled and got it up to 50 mph wow, fast I know. I could have gone faster but didn’t want to scare Matt. Overall good ride, didn’t break any nails.
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Video of me driving the ZRT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEf1cv0w1-U

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ArcticCatMattsGirl said:
I drove the sled and got it up to 50 mph wow, fast I know. I could have gone faster but didn’t want to scare Matt.
Fastest that sled has been to eh? [thumb]
 

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Nice work woman..

What she left out - I take her on one ride a year 2up. We have no/low snow conditions in the valley but we live on the trail and it is easy to head to high elevation fast. So we ventured out this AM and headed up (probably around 1500-1600 feet). We went to Slaterville and back. C2 in Berkshire had a few mud spots in the woods (3?). Up high was fine as expected. After the heat all day the lower elevations are now NOT rideable. If you must ride, trailer to the high elevations and ride them and prevent land owner issues for our club but prepare to ride up on a hill all day and not leave it for gas or food. As of 6 pm tonight all local trails in the low elevations were over 50% dirt.

On our way back a guy was unloading his nice looking F7 out of the trailer with a little boy. He flagged me down. Turns out he reads my ride reports on here but doesn't post. He just read my last report about where the riding was so he unloaded up high and rode from the high elevation.
Remember that green ZRT from a couple reports ago? That was his friends. He blew up that sled on the way home after I took that picture. Looks like I took its obituary picture. Please have your friend contact me if he wants to sell the sled. I could use it for parts for mine for the future. You can join up on here and send me a PM or email. You should so you can post your ride reports and give me tips on where to ride :). Or, if you want to join a local snowmobile forum with our local clubs and all local members.. this forum has great information for local conditions http://twintiersleddin.proboards.com I can email you the picture of you and your nephew full size if you contact me or you can open that picture full size and that will be large (I only resized it 1/2 size for upload). Hope you guys had fun and good food at cross creek! Lou is a great guy.

We got home and took the motorcycle out for a 2 up ride LOL. Now the sled and bike have switched spots. Looks like season is over. That is OK with me.. I will pack the memories of this 16th snowmobile season away with other 15.


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ArcticCatMattsGirl said:
I drove the sled and got it up to 50 mph wow, fast I know. I could have gone faster but didn’t want to scare Matt.
Fastest that sled has been to eh? [thumb]
Of course [8D]


I just edited her report to show the video I took haha.. "once we hit 88 mph!!!"
 

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Nice report! My wife and I were going to ride the two sleds in Finger Lakes National Forest, but trail from my house was shot and club closed it Friday. We weren't sure where to drop in the Forest. We decided to go snowshoeing instead, but found a spot to park the trailer. They don't plow out the parking areas at all. With the weather though, it looks like we won't get to do it this year.
 

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ArcticCatMattsGirl said:
Trails were mostly white, sparkled less than my engagement ring but still pretty. Muddy in some spots, didn’t get any on new snow pants though. Need to figure out [highlight=yellow]how to bottle the exhaust smell of 2 stroke so women can wear it during [/highlight=yellow][highlight=yellow]snowmobile season to get their man’s attention[/highlight=yellow]. Groin area hurts from sitting in snowmobile position for so long. Don’t know how prostitutes can have their legs open like that for so long! I drove the sled and got it up to 50 mph wow, fast I know. I could have gone faster but didn’t want to scare Matt. Overall good ride, didn’t break any nails.
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201037122252339_521.jpg
201037122431682_521.jpg
20103712244710_521.jpg
20103712250370_521.jpg
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Video of me driving the ZRT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEf1cv0w1-U

Matt's post is below
So, that is why my wife is always sniffing her jacket? To make sure she still has my attention?
 

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Again great trail report and pictures. Some of those places sound familiar. I rode the speedsville enduro a couple of times, Level Green Rd I think is where we started. Nice hills. Also thank you for the info on the tekvest. Didn't want to post over at TC.com aka bitch and moan.com as I would have to be possibly burned at the stake by Old Jerry, Roady and the rest for complimenting your reports.
 
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