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Stoney

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    2013 Arctic cat 800

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  1. This is good info, & question to ask, given the environment right now. Reading that people are suggesting they have been told to turn around, but as stated, that is not allowed or what has been communicated by the government.
  2. Great for him!! .....who would have thought some crazy sledder from Gravenhurst would own his own helicopter biz!
  3. Nah, Glen went/goes by Diesel93 (???) and I see him posting on the Snowcrest Riders Facebook page, so it is not him.....and last I recall his son Denver was in BC living his dreams of riding the powder in the winter and flying helicopter in the off season, but that was a few years ago! I think Doonut (that died) name was Sean, he had a daughter if I am not mistaken (that was also on the old FS forum), owned a mechanic's shop & had a really, really nice speed boat!
  4. I believe that was Doonut that died, I think "TheOtherDoonut" is still around (I hope I am correct).....maybe just not on the forums all that much......
  5. Agreed....just lip service! I would even go as far to say trails might show unavailable when they are, perhaps even more so this year than usual, but that is nothing new really, after all it still takes a volunteer/person to make the update happen.
  6. So stating the correct political answer that goes along with what the province is saying, I get that.....but realistically putting the words into action & enforcing them on the trails will be a challenge for the clubs that groom the trails that go between regions stopping people from going from one to the other. All of Ontario will be locked down as of Dec 26, however even in the "lock down", sledding is allowed, so wait for some Yellow trails, go out, ride and enjoy yourself! Bigger challenges might be finding snow, a place to stay or eat. https://www.ofsc.on.ca/category/ne
  7. Over $2,000 of it, why not.....it is the same as cash being stolen, but I imagine Cdn Tire would follow the same method as Visa or MC, which the triangle card is a credit card with there points tied to it, so investigate, if no foul play, reimburse. Going to take at least a month or more before you hear anything though.
  8. All stores have a camera system and there primary focus is the registers and returns desk, so they know the store and time the card was used, so just a matter of checking the footage to try and ID the person. Most retails stores also have camera's in the lots now too for liability, so there might be footage there too with car, license plate, etc.....
  9. Stoney

    Sled ride

    Sure would be nice!
  10. Stoney

    Sled ride

    I am thinking this will be a year that you will need to pre-book well ahead to have any hopes of having accommodations.
  11. Stoney

    Sled ride

    Going for the long haul.....I assume perhaps a late season trip.
  12. Stoney

    2021 Trail Pass

    Ahh, I knew there was some reason there was discussion of increased government involvement . 24:1 using Yamalube 2R as described in the manual. I am sure I could go with a higher ratio given the enhancements to oil now a days based on the year of the bike.
  13. Stoney

    2021 Trail Pass

    Yep, 2-smoke....I'll try that this weekend if we get out. Permit money goes to the OFSC & it's clubs....I am trying to recall what exactly the Ontario government got involved for, but that does ring a bell, however I am 99% sure the permit money still goes to the OFSC.
  14. Stoney

    2021 Trail Pass

    No, usually let it warm up, give it a few blips of the throttle and off I go. I cannot see how the OFSC can sell permits with the intent to open trails, to than not groom them.....but crazy things happen. It is going to likely be a very strange year, maybe some will opt to not ride this year, and then we go and have an awesome snow year. Anyone in the know what the early season permit numbers are compared to years past with being it such an odd one??? Since when does your trail pass money go to the government? It goes to the OFSC and the clubs that make up the OFSC. License sticker,
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