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Went up for a Snow Ride with Untitled Document last weekend.....Pretty much got snowed in at the Resort...over 5 feet of powder in 48 hrs:laugh: So the resort couldnt keep up with it and the Trails were pretty much closed to ATV's....However,,,,The snowmobiles had a Great time!!! Anyway,,,,,the Resort lost power about 2am Sunday morning and we had NO HEAT in the Rooms:cry: All thre Roads were closed coming in and going out...But the Sherrif said he couldnt stop us from leaving....We had about 13 trucks in our group,,,,We didnt think we would have a problem getting out....I had to go 100 miles north (out of my way) to hit I-5 and go south:confused: But we got out.......Here are some pictures.....

Enjoy....

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Can you spot the Crack in my Windshield????? LMAO!!!!

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Some of these are the Road leading out to Roseburg Or. Pretty much Single lane....The guy in front of me is a 2 wheel Drive Chevy....LOL....Watching him Break was like watching a Pinball machine.....

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Then,,,,,,,,,,,,,There was the night life!!!!!:laugh:

We Drank the Bar almost Dry!!!

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Just nothing like hanging with a Bunch of Great Friends!!!

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Welp......Thats all for now:smile:

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WOW, that is some heavy snow! I have not seen snow like that in a while. Those pictures are freakin' awesome! You guys got some fantastic shots. Looks like a ton of fun, plus the after party!

Thanks for posting those, beautiful scenic shots! :yes:

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That is cool looks great!!! I wish it would snow here. :cheers2c:

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