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Winter time I don't do much riding as my recreation of choice is skiing. The past few weeks have been tough with warm and rain and it looked like it was going to end prematurely. Thankfully a nice storm came in and brought winter back. I do use the spare machine for plowing so it does get me some seat time. Quad does well plowing the snow.

 

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Here in Northeast PA, this storm fizzled out, only brought about 3 inches, not the 8-16 predicted. None of it stuck to the ground so no need for the plow.

Better then rain for the slopes, but the local snowmobile trails aren't doing too good. (I don't own a sled)

Talking another possible storm next week. ✌️

 

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2 hours ago, mikeexplorer said:

A quick video of rocking the moguls. Its like mid winter out there in spring. A few weeks ago it looked like all the ski resorts in

my area were going to close. Possible more snow  this week too!

Mike

 

Great video, I like the "Yeah" at the end! 

Forecast calling for 12-16 inches of heavy snow in the lower hudson valley, NY area tomorrow, so winter doesn't want to go away!

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Only calling for 2 -5 her in Northeast PA. Normally my local ski area would shut down this Saturday but there are plans to go longer.

 

This time of year very few are skiing and the resort is empty, no so this year, not crowded, but more then enough skiers they are still making money, so they will stay open longer, I don't mind, season is a short one compared to quadding.

Mike

 

 

 

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