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We use loaders, giant snowblowers on loaders, dump trucks with plows, side blades and sanders and G16 graders for the clean up.  This dump was big enough to have all the road maintenance equipment out running.  

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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

Munising to Copper Harbor, foot of fresh in parts of the Keeweenaw.  

How bout this one.

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9 hours ago, AKIQPilot said:

We use loaders, giant snowblowers on loaders, dump trucks with plows, side blades and sanders and G16 graders for the clean up.  This dump was big enough to have all the road maintenance equipment out running.  

 

Saw some of that on the book , friggin insane    :bc:

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5 minutes ago, Woodtick said:

Has anyone seen Bennytoomany around? This photo was taken very near his camp.:lol:

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Yikes...need a bearcat with a winch for that. :lol:

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28 minutes ago, Woodtick said:

Has anyone seen Bennytoomany around? This photo was taken very near his camp.:lol:

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Tug on the ski and give it a little wiggle.  That shit will pop right out no prob.  

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16 hours ago, DAVE said:

Wish i still lived in Niagara...south of Buffalo is getting dumped on.....buddy days they got over a foot of LE so far.

Aren't you planning to come back? I thought you said further north you guys were thinking? :bc: 

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41 minutes ago, Kev144 said:

Aren't you planning to come back? I thought you said further north you guys were thinking? :bc: 

Shes now looking down around St. Thomas area. 

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23 hours ago, DAVE said:

Shes now looking down around St. Thomas area. 

I see.  I can't do southern Ont anymore.  Once I prop up my career more I may move if I can find work to gravenhurst or Huntsville area. :bc: 

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2 hours ago, Kev144 said:

I see.  I can't do southern Ont anymore.  Once I prop up my career more I may move if I can find work to gravenhurst or Huntsville area. :bc: 

More bang for the buck around there...and no bugs.

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On December 5, 2017 at 6:35 PM, s pump said:

, it's called a burn because there's a fire burning underneath the ground there for decades I think.

Cool I guess like an underground coal seam could burn for centuries :dunno: 

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On December 9, 2017 at 10:58 AM, DriftBusta said:

We were in Quebec some years back and there was a guy clearing a lot with one of those monster snowblowers on a loader.  I think he aimed it at us on purpose, cuz as we rode by on the sleds we all got pelted and it was freakin painful, getting hit from like 100 ft. away with the snow and ice chunks. :lol: 

Frog prick :guzzle: 

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The video this morning is about 120 miles North of Wasilla and this one is about 70 miles east of Wasilla.  We still need about 5 more feet to make it good but thigs are finally starting to shape up around here.  Most of those alders are 5'-7' tall.  Takes at least 6' of snow to cover them with any consistency.  

 

 

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