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    Munising to Copper Harbor, foot of fresh in parts of the Keeweenaw.
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    Sitting in hearst for the night. Rip back to Cochrane in the morning then drive home. Trails are good.
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    Well. I added another vintage to the stable. '76 SnoTwister. I've wanted one of these since 1976 when they first hit the snow. This one is about as original as they come. Original belly pan, seat, tunnel, cowling, motor. I also have the stock skis, handle bars, airbox, pipes, headlight, clutches, etc to make it completely stock if I ever want to. This one started life as a 340 and that is the motor in it now. I also got 440 cylinders, pistons and head in the deal so I could turn it into a 440 if I wanted to. I got 2 big totes of spare parts with the deal. @jammin @f7ben This thing is in almost perfect condition.
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    OK, just in from work and missed all this, I wish I could spend all day on FS like Puzzle but I was working.....and I'm almost sixty...wise up I understand the butthurt dude. We had a ton of fun in rides over the years. I understand your resentment to me and my brother. My bro and I have been riding for years, flying airplanes together and just doing a ton of great family stuff. Maybe if you could patch stuff up with your brother it may help in your anger. I have an extra Polaris Snow Check coupon Tommy gave me. Maybe offer to your bro…..and next year we could have a total bro ride and get back on Gilligan’s Island.. What you say????, it’s only a bro hug away…..and I know you have it in yah….
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    Not my photo but I think it's good shot. This is about 10 miles from my camp.
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    Got the boy out for a little ride around the yard and neighborhood. Hopefully he's hooked!
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    A few from last weeks saddle baga around Maine. Dilly dilly 🍻
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    Cool pictures guys. Glad to see folks out riding. Iron Doggers were out practicing today. My buddy Robbie on his Gen4 MXZX. He ran into a little trouble today. Ice bridge completely failed while he was crossing. Was able to get stopped on a berg. Floated down river about 200 yards and then skipped to shore. The river is over 10' deep there and moving pretty good. This is good practice for the Dog.
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    50 miles before someone had cold toes. Got warmers for tomorrow.
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    Day 1 we did alotta bushwacking and 150 miles. Day 2 we left at 8 am and didn't get back to camp until 10:30 with 396 miles on. Good day. The legs are feeling it today
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    Fail might have a problem understanding this one too....
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    I imagine some fathers feel uncomfortable around their gay sons and just let it be.....
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    The local club is getting ready to go out for the first time of the season. We have about 10" here in town, but closer to 2' in the higher elevations.
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    Got a bridge stripped of the rotten and soft planks today. Good day weather wise to do it.
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    Lack of even the most rudimentary knowledge has never stopped you from commenting on any given topic in the past. Why the change of heart?
  22. 5 points
    Let this be a lesson... A very Sad day! After 7 years of medical training & hard work, a very good friend of mine has been fired after one minor indiscretion. He slept with one of his patients and can no longer work in the profession. What a waste of time, effort, training & money. Shows how one minor mistake can ruin one's career. He was a genuinely nice guy and a brilliant veterinarian.
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